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Golf: Jim Furyk Agrees, “I Am A Plodder.”

G-Mac at the U.S. Open thought twice about his remark about Jim Furyk and apologised if it was thought to be disrespectful. Fortunately Jim agreed, “I am a plodder”

Golf in Godzone: Cambo’s Courage

As a past U.S. Open Champion Michael Campbell is entitled to play in this week’s U.S. Open at Olympic Club in San Francisco.

Golf: Let’s Hear It For The Ladies – That Makes It Four For Europe

“In winning it 10½-9½, Great Britain & Ireland’s women amateurs not only ended a run of seven painful defeats at the hands of their American counterparts.

Golf: Why Weir Has Hired Grant Waite?

Canadian and past-Masters Champion Mike Weir says, “It’ll take time to get back to where I want to be.” But alas it appears he’s got some way to go with 83-81 at Memorial.

Golf: Dufner’s Waggle – The Way To Go?

To waggle or not to waggle? That is the question.
Ben Hogan the man most admired as a ball-striker and an expert on the mechanics of the golf swing considered the “Waggle” to be a critical feature of the golf swing.

Golf: TrackMan Tells It Like It Really Is

“It has been an enlightening experience using TrackMan in almost every lesson for a year now.  There are so many widespread ‘philosophies’ (see: fallacies) that we, as golfers, have heard so many times we simply accept them to be truth.

Golf: Ben Hogan’s Lesson On Ball-Striking

“One story goes that Hogan once played Colonial with a young assistant pro and he hit the green, hole high, from 150 yards out. The assistant innocently asked Hogan what club he used. Hogan glared at the young man and dumped out some practice balls from his shag bag.

Golf: Aussie Acts Like It’s No Big Deal

"What do you do after you shoot a 16 under 55? If you are Rhein Gibson, you go home and mow the lawn.”

Golf: Cambo’s Disappearance From Competitive Golf

Golf: Cambo’s Disappearance From Competitive Golf

“Michael Campbell won the 2005 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No.2 beating this one player that we’re trying not to mention here, and almost immediately he tried to “get better,” too. He practically disappeared from competitive golf.”

Golf: Brian Davis And Body Language

“It was fascinating watching Sky Sports’ pre-final round interview with Florida-based Englishman Brian Davis - only a handful of shots behind the leaders but, it seemed to me, so lacking in belief in his ability to pull off a shock win."