The Lamkin grip lineup for 2020 could be summarized in one word: Comfort. But don’t be confused that its latest offerings are simply focused on soft, cushioned feel. No, rather the Lamkin grip philosophy seems geared to getting golfers to be more comfortable with how to line up the hands on the club to produce
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The United States has boasted some very golf-oriented presidents in American history. Dwight Eisenhower was intimately connected with Augusta National, both Bushes are/were lifelong fans who became regular fixtures at golf’s big events, and Barrack Obama, despite his well-documented love for basketball, also became a near-diehard. None of them, however, rise to the level of
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Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of Feb. 17. Adam Scott, Hall of Famer Adam Scott has quietly, even
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The rarest and perhaps most pitiful category of golfer (some would describe it as insufferable) is the golf course architecture fanatic. No one has ever been able to explain why a small number of irretrievably corrupted souls happen to gravitate toward golf courses and architecture above all other parts of the game, but all I
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Back in action, Tiger Woods isn’t just the host of this week’s Genesis Invitational, he’s seeking a record-breaking 83rd victory on the PGA Tour in the tournament. This will be Woods’ third start of the 2019-’20 tour season after a win at the Zozo Championship last October and a T-9 finish at the Farmers Insurance
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PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — In hindsight, Tiger Woods’ pre-tournament press conference was foreshadowing. Foreboding, even. “Historically, I have never really putted well here,” Woods said on Tuesday, before this week’s inaugural Genesis Invitational. Historically, and also on Saturday. Woods four-putted the 13th hole and needed 33 putts overall in shooting a five-over 76 at Riviera,
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In celebration of Golf Digest’s 70th anniversary, we went back through our archives to find a collection of interesting—and sometimes controversial—instruction images and asked today’s top teachers to give their contemporary interpretation of the advice from decades past. In this story from June 1953, soon-to-be 1953 PGA champion Johnny Revolta displayed his leg action to
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PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — Tiger Woods did not commit to the WGC-Mexico Championship by the Friday deadline, meaning the 15-time major champion will not be playing next week at Club de Golf Chapultepec. All signs point toward Woods wanting to rest after a week of double duty as player-host of the Genesis Invitational. There was
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When it comes to finding new and on-trend golf apparel, online retailer Trendy Golf has become a top destination since its launch in 2010. Curating both established and up-and-coming brands, Trendy Golf aims to make golfers more fashionable. In its latest buzzworthy move, Trendy Golf has collaborated with fashion company American Rag Cie to open
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The Odyssey Toulon Design family of putters, the premium collection of classic milled designs that features modern technological elements in the face and shaft, adds two new models for 2020. Even better, that lineup is part of the company’s Odyssey Fits interactive putting analysis tool that matches your stroke to a particular model in as
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Tiger Woods’ short game is perhaps the greatest of all time—his ability to turn a tough greenside shot into an unforgettable moment is unmatched. Fortunately he has shared some of his best secrets with Golf Digest through the years. Though it might take some practice before your short game reaches elite status, Tiger’s tips will
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