Monday, November 30, 2009

Golf Pet Peeve #9: Cell Phone Guy


Hill Shot Golf

Hill Shot Golf is a driving range mat that is on an angle allowing you to practice uphill, downhill and side angle lie shots.
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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Friday, November 27, 2009

Thursday, November 26, 2009

PGA Championship w Rich Beem and Caddy For A Cure

What a cool experience at Hazeltine with Rich Beem and the PGA Championship. Joe Faeh and Tuan Schneider got the chance of lifetime to walk inside the ropes at a MAJOR!
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Titleist AP1 and AP2 2009 Iron Review by

Titleist AP1 and AP2 2009 Iron Review by
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The Flip n Chip

In the first episode of The Golf Innovator we feature the Flip n Chip, a portable target for practicing your short game.
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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

A Wie Bit Short! Stanford Holds off Wie to Win SBS Open

Angela Stanford held of Michelle Wie in Saturday's final round to win the 2009 SBS Open at Turtle Bay by three-strokes.

Wie managed only two birdies on the day which coupled with a double bogey in the par-4 eleventh hole cost her a chance at winning. Stanford shot off three consecutive birdies starting with the thirteenth hole, finishing with four birdies and two bogey's on the day for a 2-under 70 on the day and a 10-under 206 and a three stroke victory.

With the exception of Michelle Wie having pulled off the victory, the start to the 2009 LPGA season couldn't have gotten off to a better start. Wie solid performance will create alot of buzz for the former child prodigy as will the solid performance of LPGA Tour rookies Vicky Hurst and Stacy Lewis.

Although Hurst and Lewis both stumbled on the day's final round, the played well enough through the first two rounds to show why they are so highly regarded coming into their rookie seasons on the tour. Hurst dropped from fifth place through two rounds to finish in fifteenth place after carding five bogey's and finishing at an even-par 216 for the tournament. Lewis dropped from fifth place through two rounds to finish in a four way tie for twentieth place with a 1-over 217 for the tournament. Lewis had four bogeys and a double-bogey on the day.

Yani Tseng, the second highest ranked female golfer in the world behind Lorena Ochoa, finished with a 2-under for the tournament for a fifth place finish.

Natalie Gulbis, starts 2009 season with a top 10 finish, with a 1-under for the tournament finishing in a four way tie for tenth place on the leaderboard.

Paula Creamer finished at an even-par for the tournament for a fifteenth place finish.

With these top names getting off to a strong start, the LPGA change some of the negative momentum leading up to the start of the season after losing several sponsors for tournaments because of the ailing economy.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Gary Player talks about his new design in Moracco - Golf de Mogador

Gary Player was on Moroccos Atlantic coast over the weekend to unveil his newest golf course design at Golf de Mogador, located in the historic port town of Essaouira. Player inaugurated the course by leading distinguished guests in a ceremonial opening round during the first Mogador Classic Tournament. After the round, Player commented, I am blown away by the beauty of what we have created here in Essaouira and my greatest hope is that the course increases tourism and creates jobs for the ...
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Sunday, November 22, 2009

The Robo Cup

Robo Cup - The golf ball return robot
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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Golf - Mizuno T-10 Wedge Review by

Mizuno T-10 Wedge Review by
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Friday, November 20, 2009

John Gallagher Cack-Handed Professional Golfer

Home of Golf TV with Andy Brown - In this episode Andy visited Scottish professional golfer John Gallagher at Swanston Golf Club, just South of Edinburgh. He is unique in that he plays cack handed (cross handed), meaning for a right handed golfer his right hand is above his left one. Watch the video to see this self taught method in action and how we may all be gripping the golf club the wrong way! John currently plays on the europro Tour, though successful qualification in the final stage ...
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