I am nothing if not redundant. Obviously you need a 7500 yard golf course with canyons on both sides of every fairway, rock piles in the middle of the fairway and 8 tired greens to defend itself from the PGA Tour players.
Wait, 25 under par wins on those kinds of courses. Again it is proven that narrow tree lined fairways, with rough and subtle slopes in the greens so you have to hit the ball on the correct side and you have to play break on 5 footers and it’s not straight in bang fest.
Patrick Cantlay continues to prove he is going to make a lot of money playing golf. He is not a one time amateur fluke. he plays well every time he tees it up. Amateurs are taking over the world. One was a winner on the Nationwide Tour and another finished 2rd, one stroke back with a bogey on 18. Harris English not only won the event, he led in driving distance.
So much for the “swinging smooth” nonsense.
Props to Peter Kostis. He made an excellent and helpful point about the back swing stopping when the turn stops and not having any extra arm swing.
If he would stick to simple illustrations like this that are helpful to the average golfer, all I would be able to make fun of is his continuous use of double adverbs. You know it’s bad when I make fun of your grammar. It’s like a porn actress calling some girl a slut.
I always root for Sean O’Hair. Not a dynamic personality, but I still like him.
Kris Blanks shows you that a short swing can produce results and that “take it to parallel” is nonsense.
Romero shows us as long as your return the club to square, you can change planes and spine angles 27 times.
Major props out to Adam Hardwin. A Canadian Tout player, with the weight of a nation, almost got the job done and didn’t fold after some early troubles on Sunday.