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Golf: Recalling Tiger’s Famous 2019 Masters Victory – Never Say Never

“The consensus after that (major surgery) was that Tiger would never win another major. But you never say never.” That’s from Curtis Strange and one of many quotes reflecting on Tiger’s famous win.

Golf: The Most Important Fundamental Says Jack Nicklaus

“I like to feel as though there was a shaft that came right down through my head and down through the middle of my back,” Nicklaus says.

Golf: The Three-Step to Success

“A svelte 5’10” and 165 pounds, Kevin Kisner is an outlier in the PGA Tour’s era of brute force and explosive athleticism.

Golf: $200 million – Not Life Changing

“Brooks Koepka is nothing if not direct. So when the topic of the Premier Golf League came up on Wednesday at the Honda Classic, he didn’t mince words,” writes Brian Wacker.

Brooks explains

Golf: Best Swing Ever

"Whenever I talked to the great players like Ben Hogan and Jackie Burke about who they thought had the best swing ever, they always said it was Mickey Wright," says McLean, a Golf Digest 50 Best Teacher based at The Biltmore in Coral Gables, Fla.

Golf Tip: The Toe Cuts – The Heel Digs

Tiger Woods best short game tips is covered by Madeline MacClurg

Golf: Kinloch The Newcomer

 Coming in at #94 on Golf Digest’s fourth biennial ranking of the World 100 Greatest Golf Courses where it’s described as being, “nestled beneath hills that resemble the folds of a giant slumbering Shar-Pei.”

Golf: An Aussie’s Revenge

“Case that cost Sunningdale £475,000 shows up golf’s arrogant image", writes James Corrigan with the headline, “Top club pay high price for haughty elitism”.

Real ales - not for real rounds

Golf: Putting Using a Line – The Findings

“At a recent TaylorMade event that was attended by some of the brand’s biggest stars, Rory McIlroy was captured on video talking about how not using a line while putting has helped him,” writes Jessica Marksbury.

Rory is not alone

Golf: Teaching from Impact and Back

“Of the wild array of things I see golfers working on, the impact position is rarely one of them.