Month: July 2019

11:39 PM ET Associated Press RENO, Nev. — Troy Merritt scored five points with a 53-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th on Saturday to take a two-point lead in the Barracuda Championship, the PGA Tour’s only modified Stableford scoring event. Merritt had an 18-point round for a 37-point total at Montreaux Golf and Country
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You likely know that TPC Sawgrass started the Tournament Players Club movement in the 1980s as the first PGA Tour-owned and operated club. But do you know the origin of the concept of stadium golf, and how the TPC golf courses network grew since Sawgrass’ debut 38 years ago? Much credit is due to Deane
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Since signing with Bonobos earlier this year, Justin Rose’s shirts have become a can’t miss at any tournament. From pineapple patterns to floral arrangements, the 38-year-old’s tournament apparel scripting is like a how-to guide for dressing stylishly on the golf course. His looks for the Open Championship range from edgy to whimsical—driven by the versatile
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3:23 PM ET ESPN News Services Tom Watson will not take part in the U.S. Senior Open or the Senior Open Championship after this year, he announced Saturday. “I can’t compete against these guys anymore,” said Watson, a three-time Senior Open champion and five-time winner of the Open Championship during his Hall of Fame career.
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Prime Day 2019 is officially here, an international day of online deals, discounts and two-day shipping. Expect sales through Tuesday (July 16) on home and golf tech, apparel, accessories, training aids and more. We scoured the sales to find some of the Amazon Prime Day golf deals available now. If you’re an Amazon Prime member,
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European Tour Originals presents Rory vs The Robot. Rory McIlroy has beaten just about every human on the planet so for the latest European Tour challenge he’s up against a robot. Or a Golf Laboratory Computer Controlled Hitting Machine to be precise. ► SUBSCRIBE: http://et.golf/Subscribe Ranging from agonisingly awkward, player-led pranks, to incredible feats of
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In this video, we will show you how to understand the fundamentals of the golf swing and focus on easily made mistakes, while giving you something practical to take away and put into your game. COMMENT below to let us know what you need help with, or what type of video you’d like to see
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It’s not a huge surprise that at the final major of the year, the outfit scripting is very navy. With traditionally dreary weather conditions, Open Championship competitors will match their outfits with the dark skies. And with layering an integral part of planning for any golf played in the United Kingdom, darker shades can be
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ABOUT For the first time ever, Golf Digest presents Tiger Woods in his own voice explaining how he does it. Authentic, candid, clear-cut, Tiger reveals the way he approaches the game. Just him, looking you in the eyes, and opening up about his thinking, his strategy, his motivation and his legendary golf swing. • “My
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9:07 PM ET Associated Press RENO, Nev. — Tom Hoge topped the Barracuda Championship leaderboard with 21 points Friday when second-round play at Montreaux Golf and Country Club was suspended for the day after a long delay because of lightning and heavy rain. Hoge scored eight points in the second round, finishing with five birdies
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One of the great mysteries of links golf—aside from why there isn’t more of it in golf’s competitive landscape—is the inherent inscrutability of the wind. Golf on linksland has many distinct challenges from firm conditions that emphasize ball control over power, to bunkers that have nicknames like “Coffin” and “Hell” for what amounts to almost
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