Month: December 2019

The decade starting in 2010 presented some real challenges to course designers. With the economy struggling, new golf courses were no longer being built, which meant even golf’s most well-known architects saw the number of projects sharply declining. Despite those initial lack of opportunities came a level of ingenuity in designing courses, giving us a
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My friend, PGA Professional Larry Salmi, invited me to Golftec in Pasadena, CA, to check out my swing. The numbers were interesting! Golf’s Greatest Lessons available here! http://myswingevolution.com/store/#!/… After 7 years of intense study, Christo Garcia shares the most important, game-changing lessons he has used to rebuild his golf swing in Golf’s Greatest Lessons. This
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12:39 AM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — The rules violation that cost him two strokes and, perhaps, part of his reputation has followed Patrick Reed from the Bahamas to Australia. The seven-time PGA Tour winner who was deemed to have improved his lie in a sandy waste area last week at the Hero World Challenge heard
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Following the third round of the 2019 Hero World Challenge, Tiger Woods talks with GOLFTV’s Henni Zuel about how he feels through 54 holes and looks ahead to the Presidents Cup. SUBSCRIBE to PGA TOUR now: http://pgat.us/vBxcZSh GOLFTV powered by PGA TOUR, the global live and on-demand video streaming service jointly developed by Discovery and
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5:42 PM ET MELBOURNE, Australia — Nobody has finished second to Tiger Woods more than Ernie Els, a testament to the South African’s stature in the game over the years as well as the frustration he faced in trying to beat the game’s top player. Els now has a different task in trying to bring
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11:28 AM ET Danish teenager Rasmus Hojgaard gave a nerveless display in a tense sudden-death playoff Sunday to win the Mauritius Open in a three-man shootout. Hojgaard, 18, made eagle on the third playoff hole — after Italy’s Renato Paratore had been eliminated at the first — to edge France’s Antoine Rozner, and in so
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10:18 AM ET Patrick Reed could be in for a long week in Australia in the aftermath of a rules-breaking controversy that occurred Friday at the Hero World Challenge. Reed was due to arrive Monday morning in Melbourne with the rest of his U.S. teammates for the Presidents Cup. And a couple of members of
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