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Golf: Bryson Beating Up Augusta?

“It’s easy to imagine him having wedges into 1, 7, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, and 18. And he can drive it onto the green at number 3. On the par-5 2nd and 15th holes he might have at most a 9-iron in, and he’ll get home on 8, too. Short-irons on three par-3s: 6, 12 and 16.

Golf: Cambo’s ‘Underwhelming’ 2005 US Open Win

“Michael Campbell has laughed off an article describing his US Open victory as "underwhelming" and was pleased to see how social media reacted to the comments.”

Golf: DJ’s Simple Fix For Poor Putting

“Dustin Johnson used this simple drill to fix his putting and win $15 million,” writes Luke Kerr-Dineen

Golf: Applauds For Arrowtown Golf Course

‘Expert’s take: Not only a great short course. It’s one of the very best courses in New Zealand. Brilliant. Wild. And you can be a member for a year for $600, less than it costs for one game across the road at The Hills.’ As quoted by golf.com

Golf: Nice Chutt

No it’s not a typo. Add this one to your golf vocabulary and maybe even try it.
Chutt is a chip-putt shot.

Tod Leonard writes, “Incredible ace with a putter at Sheep Ranch: Golfer talks about how she pulled it off”

Golf: From Impact And Back - Golf Drill

This one’s for me so that I won’t forget or lose it.
For quite some time I’ve been following a guy called Mike Malaska and in the absence of something that would excite me to write about I turned to Mike’s YouTube channel and viewed this one.

Golf: Chamblee Has A Go At Hogan

“Chamblee explained.

Golf: Bryson is Mickey Mouse

“And he warned: “Bryson is Mickey Mouse. This is the thing we’ve got to realise.

Golf: Hogan Says It’s Simple

“I went down a strange golf YouTube rabbit hole last night, as a I often do, which is how I stumbled upon this rather fascinating tip from none other than Ben Hogan,” writes Luke Kerr-Dineen who headlines his article, “Watch Ben Hogan explain how to swing a golf club, in

Golf: "Can’t Play Blades"

“I can’t play a blade,” (Kevin) Na says. “It’s too difficult, and I’m a pro golfer. I think a blade goes shorter. Off-center hits aren’t going to perform as well as cavity-backs. I don’t see a reason why you’d want to play a blade.