“A country of immense natural beauty, New Zealand is emerging as an exciting golf destination oozing with adventure and sophistication.” That's the opening sentence from the PGA’s travel recommendation, “Winter golf blues? Try New Zealand”.
"I wish I would have had that rather than hit a million balls and then go, 'Oh, I wonder how this feels?” That’s Sir Nick Faldo as quoted on Geoff Shackelford’s blog referring to the use of the Trackman radar technology
“Throughout it all he maintained a light tone in his writing, even describing how he had contemplated suicide and revealing that the fortifying whisky had put him to sleep before he could take the tablets.” That’s a passage taken from “Henry Longhurst,” in a recent i
“For all his gruffness, he’s intelligent, insightful, frank, and on his subject, extremely knowing.
“Last year, I helped Williams write a short first-person piece about Adam Scott for Sports Illustrated.
“It is obvious Jordan is the best putter in the world,” says Haney, who also coached Mark O’Meara to two major championship wins. “And he has been for the last two years. It’s not like he is in the middle of a hot streak. He’s just the best putter.”
“Already drawing comparisons to Royal Dornoch and Cypress Point, this private, low-key club doesn’t officially open until October 2015.” That’s from golf.com
“So Graham DeLaet, playing in the Ricky and Suzanne Barnes Foundation charity pro-am on Monday, found two pages of an amateur's rather extensive swing keys, suggesting a golfer who might be overthinking things.”
Never fear it’s not a new bunker you missed hearing about at this famous course which unlike the Old Course does not require several changes to test the latest long hitting.golfers. Of course it’s very debatable that the Grand Old Lady ever needed a face lift(s).
“Spieth closed with a one-under par 69 and won by four, assisted by several efficient waves of the magic wand he calls his putter.
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