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November, 2016

Woods to Make Long Awaited Debut at the Hero World Challenge

Nov. 29, 2016     By     Comments (2)

Former top ranked golfer Tiger Woods has been away from the golf course for the past 15 months due to a series of back and knee injuries that required surgery. Due to his absence and his level of play before being sidelined by the injuries, Woods has dropped in the world golf rankings, and isn't considered the same player he was before. However, he plan s on making his return to competitive golf this week at the Hero World Challenge. If you're interested in placing some wagers on the tournament, you can find top U.S. Golf odds at MyBookie.

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Mackenzie Hughes Gets First PGA Tour Victory

Nov. 22, 2016     By     Comments (0)

Rookie golfer Mackenzie Hughes surprised a lot of people, including himself, on Monday, when he won the RSM Classic. It was his first career PGA Tour win. The Canadian golfer's first career PGA Tour victory not only made him happy, it also made the people who had him winning on US Betting lines a lot of money since he was a big underdog.

Hughes won a four-man playoff on Monday by pouring in an 18-foot par putt on the 17th hole, after the three other players missed putts from 10 feet or less.

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Deep Dive Analysis of Fairway_CY’s Golf Game

Nov. 14, 2016     By     Comments (1)

The Numbers GameIntroduction
We are starting a new feature where a volunteer steps forward every so often and allows a statistical deep dive into their most recent rounds. All we expect in return is that they diligently work on the areas that we identify as their biggest problems.

The purpose is to show how we can use GAME GOLF (GG) and the principles in Section 2 of Lowest Score Wins (LSW), "Building Your PracticePlan," to move our games forward. We will:

  1. delve into the data provided from the GG rounds,
  2. use LSW as a framework to discuss areas of the player's game that need improvement, and
  3. suggest very specific ways to go about lowering their scores.

One issue we foresee is: based on past experience and knowledge, it is extremely likely that we will all be the same: fix our full swings!