Month: July 2019

This was my second lesson with Martin Ayers. The “feeling” of how to wind up the club and the grip was addressed. The ebook for The Hogan Code is available at myswingevolution.com!!! Click on THE HOGAN CODE on the left side of the main page. Enter your information, and in a minute you will be
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***🎥 WATCH FREE VIDEO SERIES TO SEE IF THIS GOLF METHODOLOGY IS RIGHT FOR YOUR GAME.–CLICK BELOW *** https://www.ggswingtipsgolf.com/pl/81765 Known for his unconventional method of golf instruction, George Gankas golf lessons are very unique in the way that they utilize everyday objects in order to teach players proper form and composition in their golf swings.
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It’s do-or-die time this week at the Wyndham Championship, where many FedEx Cup bubble boys have one last shot at cracking the top 125 in the standings, thus earning a spot in the playoffs. The PGA Tour’s regular-season finale, held at the Donald Ross-designed Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C., always provides high drama, and
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12:50 PM ET After wanting to get away from golf and needing rest following a missed cut at The Open Championship, Tiger Woods on Wednesday committed to playing in the first two events of next month’s FedEx Cup Playoffs. Woods announced he is committed to playing next week at The Northern Trust at Liberty National
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Member-guest season is upon us. It’s an event many golfers look forward to for months, and one you want to fully enjoy. I know this because mine just concluded and my partner, Golf Digest senior equipment editor Mike Stachura, spent hours losing balls around the chipping green while trying to find a short game. He
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Golf is not the only professional sport that features official contests among players “of a certain age,” by which I mean those who have passed their competitive prime and entered the autumn of their years. If you’re a tennis fan, you can watch John McEnroe play in barnstorming exhibitions, and you can see similar matches
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3:42 AM ET Defending Champion Georgia Hall has revealed she had her replica version of the British Open trophy stolen from her car two months ago. Hall, who claimed her only major victory to date with victory on home soil at the Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club last year, had her replica version
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In this Ben Hogan golf lesson, I talk about the importance of the legs in the golf swing with my student, Lance, who came out from Chicago. MY SWING EVOLUTION GOLF SYSTEM https://myswingevolution.com/collections Please leave a comment or a Thumbs Up if you like the video! https://www.facebook.com/MySwingEvolu… Tweets by MySwingEvo https://www.instagram.com/myswingevol…
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4:37 PM ET ESPN News Services Lexi Thompson is not off to the best start during the LPGA Tour’s back-to-back majors in Europe. She missed the cut at the Evian Championship with rounds of 77-72, and then criticized course conditions that led to bad breaks in an Instagram post in which she concluded, “I’m actually
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2:50 PM ET Fewer players will be around for the weekend at PGA Tour events starting next season. The PGA Tour Player Advisory Council and Policy Board voted last month to reduce the 36-hole cut size from the top 70 players and ties to the top 65 players and ties starting with the 2019-20 season.
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Lexi Thompson had a rough experience at last week’s Evian Championship. Her start to the Women’s British Open isn’t much better. Thompson, who sounded off about course conditions following a missed cut in France, accidentally left her passport in her golf bag, according to a Golf Channel report. Thompson’s clubs were with 40 other players’
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STOPPING LATERAL SLIDE GOLF LESSON Subscribe here http://www.youtube.com/rickshielspgagolf Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RickShielsGolf Twitter: https://twitter.com/RickShielsPGA Web: http://www.rickshielsgolf.co.uk/ Mobile: 07952514656 Rick Shiels Senior PGA Golf Coach at Trafford Golf Centre helps Neil Coates with his strike and distance and consistency.
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Watch highlights of Tournament Leader Rory McIlroy as he shoots his lowest ever WGC round during Day 3 at the 2019 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. ► SUBSCRIBE: http://et.golf/Subscribe The FedEx St. Jude Invitational is contested at TPC Southwind in Memphis. With a field including Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Bryson DeChambeau, Jon
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10:58 AM ET The 2019-20 PGA Tour schedule will include 49 FedEx Cup tournaments — three more than this season – and an open date during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The current season ends with the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta on Aug. 22-25. The 2019-20 season begins two
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10:58 AM ET Associated Press LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England — Bernhard Langer beat Paul Broadhurst by two shots to win the Senior British Open on Sunday for his record-extending 11th senior major title. Starting three shots off the overnight lead held by Broadhurst, the 61-year-old German fired a 4-under 66 to finish at 6-under 274
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Callaway CEO and President Chip Brewer released a statement defending Xander Schauffele in the wake of Schauffele’s driver failing a random test for spring-like effect, the so-called characteristic time or CT test, conducted the week of the British Open. While Brewer’s statement strongly supported Schauffele, it laid the blame solely on his company (“We provide
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8:39 PM ET Associated Press RENO, Nev. — Collin Morikawa birdied his last three holes Sunday to win the Barracuda Championship, making him the second recent college alumni to win on the PGA Tour this summer. Morikawa closed with seven birdies against no bogeys in the modified Stableford scoring system, giving him 14 points at
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Impatience has become the hallmark of this iteration of the next generation in professional golf, represented by a trio of players determined to prove that the future already has arrived. Collin Morikawa, 22, emphasized the point previously made by Matthew Wolff by birdieing the final three holes at Montreux Golf & Country Club in Reno
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