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Anyone hit one of these? I know Day's hitting it on tour, and Rose has apparently picked up 10 yards since switching to it, and I'm sure many others are using/testing it too. I saw it in the store and scoffed at the $500 price and walked on. I never paid much attention to it, but apparently, after reading about it, TM said in the past, they've looked at carbon/composite technology but could always do better with titanium. but now they say they've gone as far as they can with titanium and so they are now, at least with the M1, incorporating carbon composite for the top layer:
in 1966, interestingly that was the year I was born...another future golfer was born, who turned out to be the only player to ever beat Tiger Woods in a playoff of an official tour event...
So does yesterday's British Open with count as the Career Grand Slam for Inbee or not? Starting to hear the discussion of whether this qualifies her or not...The LPGA now has 5 majors not four and one of them InBee won BEFORE it was a major. So some are saying they don't recognize it because the conditions of play when she won Evian was just a "normal" tournament, along with the entry criteria for players, which is usually better for Majors than most weekend events, were all geared to the normal weekend events. So you didn't have the conditions of play, the competition or the feel/pres
We've all had bad days on the golf course but just know it could be worse...much worse:
7/12/1916: Playing in the United States Carpet Trade Golf Competition at Hackensack Golf Club in Oradell, New Jersey, John F. Murphy returned a card with nines of 147 and 151 for a total of 298. Murphy's partner is said to have been surprised by his much improved play at the 18th, where he made a 10, thus avoiding a horrendous round of 300 by two shots.
GULLANE, Scotland -- Rickie Fowler had a season full of near misses last year. He is finding the winner's circle much easier to locate in 2015.
Two months after winning The Players Championship to end a three-year title drought, Fowler produced another nerveless display down the stretch to capture the Scottish Open on Sunday for his first victory on European soil.
The 46-year-old Gillis, who was attempting to become the oldest first-time winner on the PGA Tour in 20 years, sent an approach into the water. Spieth made par for his second win at TPC Deere Run in three years and improved to 3-2 in playoffs in his career.
So apparently the courses around here too a big hit this winter and spring with "winterkill". See below from our CGA "
Many golf courses in North Carolina have experienced significant Winterkill to their Bermuda grass and other warm season turfgrasses. Even with the best-laid-plans, superintendents can still see destruction from Winterkill.
DUBLIN, Ohio -- They surrounded the 18th green at Muirfield Village Golf Club, spectators lined several rows deep, the leaders hours away from even teeing off Sunday, let alone getting to the finishing hole of the Memorial Tournament.