Month: August 2017

Three years ago, Hunter Mahan headed to TPC Boston and the then Deutsche Bank Championship at a high point in his career. Days before, against a field that included Jason Day, Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy and a rookie by the name of Jordan Spieth, Mahan—the only player at Ridgewood Country Club to have played in
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The new Titleist 818 hybrids remind golfers that when you’re talking about clubs that are used primarily to hit targets distance cannot be an amorphous goal in and of itself. Rather, these clubs are best when distance is specific and functionality is paramount. The upgrade from the Titleist 816 hybrids of two years ago, the
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Driving the ball longer makes golf a lot more fun, thanks to shorter approach shots, easier pars and bragging rights with your buddies. Plus, who doesn’t love giving the ball a good, healthy rip? But power is elusive; sometimes the harder you try, the shorter you hit it. In this video series, PGA Tour instructor
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Golf courses in the greater Houston area, albeit the least of concerns there, nonetheless have been inundated with flooding that will contribute to the devastating economic impact the region will experience in the weeks and months ahead. The extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey won’t be understood for awhile and is likely to
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On the Tuesday of U.S. Open week, I was with my short-game coach, Pete Cowen. He pulled me aside and said he wouldn’t work with me until we talked. That’s when he told me there was no way I could win the way I was going about things. It was harsh, but I’m the type
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In the summer, NCAA golf champions can bask in the glory of their recent success. And the University of Oklahoma men’s golf team was able to do just that, enjoying the new best friend they made last May at Rich Harvest Farms when the Sooners defeated 2016 champs Oregon in the final match. https://twitter.com/OUgolfHYBL/status/893116703810494465 https://twitter.com/OU_Athletics/status/897224650962370563
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In the borough of Queens, in the shadow of Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, and Arthur Ashe Stadium, where the U.S. Open tennis championship is played, sits Flushing Meadows Pitch & Putt, a fun, gritty little 18-hole par-3 course that exemplifies the unique urban appeal of public golf in New York City.
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