The 5 Most Influential Names In Golf Right Now

2022 was perhaps the most disruptive year in men’s professional golf history. In the last 12 months, Tiger Woods returned to the course while Phil Mickelson was missing in action. Additionally, Greg Norman attempted to even his score with the PGA Tour, and Scottie Scheffler cemented his place as a legit star.

You must have heard of these notable names if you wager on golf events. Suppose you are on GamStop; no need to worry; you can find sports betting sites not on GamStop to wager on your favorite games. With that in mind, let’s look at the five most influential names in golf right now.

How Hard is it to Make a Living in Professional Golf?

How excellent must your everyday game be to play golf professionally? Let’s examine some of the elements that affect a golfer’s chances of realizing his dream of becoming a professional.

Looking to Bet on Golf?

How can you bet on golf?

Have you ever wanted to bet on a golf game? If so, then you have come to the right place! Betting on golf can be a fun and exciting way to get involved in the game. Whether you are a fan of the sport or simply looking for an interesting and new way to potentially make some money by enhancing your sports betting passion and experiences, this article will provide all the information you need to get started betting on golf.

PGA Tour Changes Schedule In Response to LIV

The PGA Tour is making sweeping changes to the schedule in response to the 54-hole exhibition tour LIV Golf.

According to a press statement released last month by the PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan, players have been informed about significant changes to the Tour expected to take place in the fall of 2023.

True Spec Golf Review

True Spec GolfSnowflakes started falling on the range as I began to loosen up for my fitting at True Spec Golf in Columbus, Ohio. Appropriately enough, it was April 1. Mother Nature had clearly pranked me. At least the snow melted as soon as it landed on the newly greened range grass.

True Spec’s Columbus location occupies one side of the range at Brookside Golf & Country Club, a course that regularly co-hosts the final round of U.S. Open qualifying. True Spec uses a brand-agnostic approach to custom fitting and building clubs to best fit any player’s golf swing. That means you get to try a much wider variety of clubheads and shafts than you would at a typical demo day. And while most big box golf stores can put you on a simulator or launch monitor and walk you through several brands of clubheads, the shafts are limited to the stock options and perhaps a handful of special-order shafts, In comparison, True Spec boasts some 50,000 clubhead and shaft combinations to find just the right fit for any player. With 23 locations in the U.S. and three in Europe, you may need to travel a little to get fit. (Maybe finally take the wife to Paris and work in a full bag fitting for yourself?)

Candidates to Win the U.S. Open

The U.S. Open Golf Championship will take place at The Country Club between the 16th and 19th of June. As one of golf’s four major championships, winning at The Country Club will be a special moment for any golfer, no matter their previous accolades.

But who is the most likely to win at this historic and exclusive golf course? It has a history of producing U.S. winners and was even a happy hunting ground for the US Ryder Cup team in 1999.

The 149th Open: Discussing the Odds of the Top Contenders

A year later than scheduled, Shane Lowry will be heading off to Sandwich, Kent, in the hope of retaining the Claret Jug he won in 2019. The 149th Open takes place from the 15th-18th July at Royal St George’s. The course last held the event in 2011 – when Darren Clarke was a surprise winner. It’s not the easiest course on The Open rotation, but it’s no Carnoustie either. It’s what players like to call a “fair” course.

As for the contenders this year, it’s, well – it looks very open. It’s always worth taking the odds with a pinch of salt when betting on golf, particularly the majors. This year, we have already seen a shock winner with Phil Mickelson taking the PGA Championship – “Lefty” was 150/1 with some sportsbooks before rolling back the years at Kiawah Island. The last two winners of The Open at Royal St George’s, Darren Clarke (2011) and Ben Curtis (2003), were also huge betting outsiders.

BirdieWrap Tape Review

Does BirdieWrap revolutionize taping your fingers?

BirdieWrap HeroBirdieWrap, at birdiewrap.com, is just what it looks like: pre-cut pieces of tape in a colorful style that make it easy to apply just the right amount of tape to your fingers, your heel, or anywhere that you may currently use athletic tape to solve hot spots, small cuts, blisters, or other ailments.

BirdieWrap asks if golfers:

  • Have hot-spots or blisters show up during a round or a long session at the driving range?
  • Get irritated by small nicks and cuts that seem to appear only when playing golf?
  • Think about how you can eliminate distractions from your game?
  • Use band-aids or white medical tape to wrap your fingers?

Of course, if you meet any of those criteria, BirdieWap can help. Does it?

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Filming Your Golf Swing

The proper angles and camera positions to film your golf swing with modern technology.

This is an updated (and slimmed down) article to the original one here.

Filming Your Swing

Recording your swing from the proper angles is very important. Consistently filming your swing from the proper locations not only makes it easier for you to compare your swings against previous and future swings, but also makes it easier for others you might show your swing to (for example, to folks in the Member Swings forum or to an instructor) see what’s going on.

Two views are commonly used in looking at a golf swing. If you’ve watched golf on television, you’ll be familiar with them. They are the “Down the Line” view and the “Face-On” or “Caddie” view.

Here’s how to set up and record each. (Mentally replace the camera images with your iPhone 23 Pro if you don’t mind. 😀)