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“Holy s&*#, that was unbelievable,” McIlroy said. (To which we would say the same thing about McIlroy’s response.) Admittedly impressed by DeChambeau’s added length, McIlroy stopped short, however, of saying he’s ready to follow the Bryson path to added yardage. Asked specifically if he could add 20 miles per hour of ball speed by gaining
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The Change Driver Men’s Polo | Pre-Order Now: $84The Change Driver Women’s Polo | Pre-Order Now: $84 Rhoback’s relationship with Valentine started about a year ago, which led to ongoing discussions about the challenging financial barriers for players attempting to find success in professional golf. Valentine currently plays on the PGA Mackenzie Tour in Canada
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Editor’s note: In celebration of Golf Digest’s 70th anniversary, we’re revisiting the best literature and journalism we’ve ever published. Catch up on earlier installments. The National Golf Links on New York’s Long Island was the first great American course to engage in massive tree removal, circa 1990. But it wasn’t until Oakmont near Pittsburgh started
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In celebration of Phil Mickelson’s 50th birthday, we offer our 50 favorite examples of why the five-time major winner and World Golf Hall of Famer is one of the most unique golfers—and people—of this or any time. How many classic “Phil being Phil” moments have there been over the years? Come join us as we
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Fitters across the country have employed detailed methods that involve social distancing, hand sanitizers and almost constant club wipedowns. But it’s the latter aspect that got one of golf’s most innovative clubfitters thinking about a better way. Wondering if wiping down grips is the most efficient—and least damaging—method for keeping clubs free of any possible
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What constitutes a win? If it’s public sentiment, the medalist is Jordan Spieth, his long-awaited revival the light that sparked weekend excitement at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Should publicity be the barometer, it was captured (and bench-pressed) by Bryson DeChambeau. For those of literal interpretations, the spoils belong to Daniel Berger, who put on the
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With the PGA Tour re-starting this week at the Charles Schwab Challenge, it also served as a re-start for the tour’s road warriors—those who work out of the equipment vans that go from tournament to tournament servicing the equipment needs of their respective players until the opening tee shot on Thursday. As with everything in
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Marcia Chambers was never much of a golfer, but she became the voice of reason on all of golf’s serious issues pertaining to the law and discrimination during an important period of change—the late 1980s and 1990s. I met Marcia in 1982 when she was dating Stan Wheeler, a sociology professor at Yale Law School.
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