The golf swing has so many moving components, that it is a challenge to determine which areas are dominant during our golf swing. I can say for sure that I do not use my lets as much as I should when hitting driver and that might be a challenge I can fix in my DIY golf net. This is not an ‘ah-ha’ moment, just one of the many aspects of my golf swing that I know needs attention. I am writing about my shortfall because I came across a video by Michelle Wie on this very topic and I thought that it was worth sharing.Continue reading
Sponsor Exempt Player Shoots 54 Over Par
I am sure you read the articles regarding Julio “The Machine” Bell, (self-proclaimed) who received a sponsor’s exempt position for a Web.com Tour event and shot 93-105. Of course he missed the cut, however the plethora of remarks from the golfing world sparked my desire to comment.
Prediction for KPMG Women’s PGA Championship
This weekend is the second major on the LPGA. Last year’s winner, Brooke Henderson, will be teeing it up at 0840 hrs. After winning just two weeks ago, Brooke is poised to repeat as champion.
“In 2016, Brooke Henderson began her week at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship with a hole-in-one that won her a new car. She ended it with an even bigger keepsake – her first major championship, won in a battle against another of the LPGA Tour’s youngest stars, Lydia Ko. Henderson’s clinched the second victory of her career on the first extra hole at Sahalee Country Club.” Continue reading
I Am Tired of Golf Already
The season has not even started and I am tired of golf already……no, that is not right. I am tired of waiting for golf. I get so confused sometimes. Yesterday, I was having coffee with my friend Blair and informed me that our local course is planning to hope in 2 weeks. That puts the date at 15 April; which coincidentally is my target date every year. So now it starts! Continue reading
The LPGA Tour – Worth Watching!
The golfing world is still reeling from the adventures at The Masters last weekend! Everyone is still talking about the back nine at Augusta, but most golfing pundits realize that the green jacket is won or lost on the last nine holes on Sunday. During all the hype, the other tours took a back seat, but it is now time for them to claim their position in the limelight!
I am a fan of the LPGA. The excitement of the women’s professional golf might not seem to have the same draw as other tours, but I believe they have their own superstars and are sometimes overshadowed for no reason. I am not sure where you stand, but the LPGA is worth watching, especially for amateurs trying to lower their golf scores. Continue reading