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    Three things every golf fan should know

    If you spend a lot of your time watching the very best golfers in the world, there will be many occasions when they make things look easy. Anyone who’s tried to emulate their favorite golfer’s greatest moments on the local course will know that reaching that level is far from easy. Whether you’re watching on […] More

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    The Best Golf Betting Guide

    Golf is one the world’s most popular sports. Millions both watch and play golf, and among them are fans that like to place a bet on their favorite players. There’s no shortage of standout tournaments and competitions for golf fans to place a bet on. From majors like the US Open to the world-famous Ryder […] More

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    How Golf is Moving Into the Modern Era

    Golf has long been an old-fashioned game, reflected in how golf clubs are operated, the way in which tournaments work and even the expected dress code. If you’re playing on a proper course, not a minigolf venue, then casual clothes just won’t be accepted. So, how has golf moved forward over time and is there […] More

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    Justin Thomas Is a Serial Trolling Victim

    Are you a fan of golf or just an internet user who loves to see top athletes getting trolled by their peers? Here we’re running through the very best Justin Thomas moments that saw him getting joked on by fellow golfers as well as spectators and those in the media.  Regardless of whether you’re a […] More

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    R&A and USGA Decision To Limit Driver Length Hit With Criticism

    The R&A and USGA have introduced a new local ruling that will allow top-level golf tournaments to limit driver length to 46 inches from next year in an attempt to reduce driving distances. The United States Golf Association (USGA) announced a new 46-inch limit on driver club length last week, which has been met with […] More

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    USGA And R&A Have Capped Driver Length To 64 Inches

    The USGA and R&A announced a new local rule Tuesday, which lowers the maximum length of driver shafts from 48 to 46 inches. The length restriction, which takes effect on Jan. 1, will enable the various tours to adopt a local rule (MLR G-10) that restricts drivers to a maximum length of 46 inches. This […] More

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    How Much Did Golfers Earn From The 2020 U.S. Women’s Open?

    On her first shot, A Lim Kim claimed her first major championship, getting birdies on the last three holes to take the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open and the $1 million winner’s check with it. At Cypress Hill, Jin Young Ko and Amy Olson equally claimed second place, and both ladies will take home $487,286 for their hard work for the week. Here is a look at how much each player took home from the total prize of $5.5 million in the 2020 U.S. Women’s Open. 1, A Lim Kim, -3, $1,000,000 T-2, Jin Young Ko, -2, $487,286 T-2, Amy Olson, -2, $487,286 4, Hinako Shibuno, -1, $266,779 5, Megan Khang, […] More

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    Bryson DeChambeau Watches As Kyle Berkshire Hits An Incredible 302-Yard 8-Iron Strike

    Golf fans were in awe as Bryson DeChambeau displayed exceptional performance in 2020, however this week it was the turn of the Californian to be amazed as the reigning World Long Drive champion Kyle Berkshire pushed the limits with an 8-iron. DeChambeau watched Berkshire pull off the amazing feat of hitting his 8-iron 302-yards in an Instagram video, which included a 290-yard carry and a ball speed of 169.4 mph. Watch the astonishing strike below:   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Golf menswear and fashion (@canarygolf) The 302-yard 8-iron is farther than the average drive on the PGA Tour, and over 130 yards further than the average pro hits his 8-iron, as DeChambeau correctly points in the video. Berkshire took the world record ball speed at 228 mph for a drive he attained at the 2019 World Long Drive Championship, and struck a spectacular 260-yards with his lob wedge earlier this year. More

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    Sean Foley Talks About His Time Coaching Tiger Woods Admitting He ‘Over-Coached’ Him

    Renewed golf instructor Sean Foley recalls his tenure as Tiger Woods’ swing coach, and the Canadian said that he thinks he may have over-coached Woods at the time. Foley continued working together with Woods from August 2010 to 2014 and realized that at the time, he thought that he had prioritized efficient technique too much. […] More

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    5 Things We Learnt From Saturday’s U.S. Women’s Open

    The year 2020 was as gracious to the golfers at the Champions Golf Club as it was to the rest of mankind. We’ve found that narcissism always plays a part in the USGA Tournament Set-up Committee. We’ve discovered there’s little to no chance of the fourth round ending on Sunday. All and all, December in […] More

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