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Submitted by Scott Rushing on Sun, 04/20/2014 - 14:16
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Sun, 04/20/2014 - 14:13
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Lee Westwood jumped out to a four-shot lead, but it was Pablo Larrazabal's leap into a water hazard to escape hornets that had everybody buzzing during the Malaysian Open second round on Friday.
Westwood moved closer to ending a two-year winless drought in adding a 6-under-par 66 to his opening round of 65 at Kuala Lumpur Country Club.
However, the action was overshadowed by Larrazabal needing on-course medical attention after being attacked by hornets at the 14th hole, the fifth of his round.
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 02:55
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 02:53
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Lee Westwood ended a two-year winless drought with a seven-shot victory at the Malaysian Open on Sunday.
After a four-hour delay due to the threat of lightning in the middle of the final round, Westwood went on to shoot a 4-under par 68 to complete an 18-under 270 at the Kuala Lumpur Country Club course for his 36th career victory.
Westwood led from start to finish in the co-sanctioned European and Asian Tour event that he also won in 1997.
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 02:08
One fact about Bubba Watson:
He was an unspectacular college player
Watson transferred from Faulkner State Junior College in summer 1999, and played in 10 of the Bulldogs' 12 events during his junior season, winning the Schenkel E-Z-Go Invitational in March 2000. His senior year, however, he competed only once, finishing T-20 while trying to defend his title at the Schenkel. For his Georgia career, he had a 72.93 scoring average. The best thing to come out of his time in Athens: meeting future wife Angie, who played basketball for the Bulldogs.
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Sat, 04/05/2014 - 04:18
#2 Don't be seduced by results.
How can Trevor Immelman get to the 18th green of the final round of the 2008 Masters and not know where he stands? It's called staying in the present, and it's a philosophy I teach all the players I work with. It means not allowing yourself to be seduced by a score or by winning until you run out of holes. Instead, you get lost in the process of executing each shot and accept the result.
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Sat, 03/08/2014 - 14:47
Golf Ball Research. Check out the findings of a Golf Digest study from a few years back:
"Golf Balls are likely to be lost or damaged before they wear out. According to Golf Digest, unless there is visible damage to the cover, the average golf ball should last at least seven full 18-hole rounds without any degradation in performance. A little lost paint or other marks that leave the contours of the cover intact are acceptable, but once there is a scuff on the cover that feels rough to the touch it is time to take the ball out of play."
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Sat, 03/08/2014 - 13:10
There are a lot of easy to use personal swing analyzers (PSA) on the market now. Some have devices that attach to your club, like 3BaysGSA PSA which attached to the tip of the grip. Others attach to the shaft of the club or the glove on your hand. Those provide detailed statistics on your swing along with visual displays of the swing path. They also allow you to compare your wings and some allow you to add in pro swings for comparison.
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Tue, 03/04/2014 - 00:41
Someone has to help the rookies learn the game...
DORAL, Fla. -- Ian Poulter took to Twitter on Friday night to blast another player competing in the WGC-Cadillac Championship -- one he will be paired with Saturday.
Poulter criticized Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama, calling him an "idiot" for apparently damaging a green by thrusting his putter into the putting surface at the 13th hole.
"Playing with Matsuyama tomo. He buried his putter in the 13th green 5ft from the hole. Referee had to repair the crater. Because he didn't," Poulter wrote via his Twitter account.
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Tue, 03/04/2014 - 00:24
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Mon, 03/03/2014 - 23:30
Submitted by Scott Rushing on Sun, 03/02/2014 - 22:22
The golf swing is a complex dance of muscles working together to produce a powerful result. Some swings are mostly arm based while others engage the entire body. The full body swing produces more force and energy than the arm swing, and engaged 4 muscle groups instead of 2.
TYadkin country club gets a lot of negative reviews on the web. Some deserving but others not. Yes, theis course could use some work but in this economy and with what they charge, I think you get a fair test for a fair price.
The clubhouse is nothing to write home about. Basically run out of the basement of what looks to have been a residential home at one time. There is a small driving range that tops out at about 220yards. A small bag of range balls will run you $2, with about 15-20 balls. Carts are standard, nothing fancy carts.