ABOUT Tour players have always been the best models for a powerful, efficient golf swing. Now they’re becoming the models for fitness, too. With our new series “Tour Pro Workouts,” the pros share their fitness secrets with you. In this episode, PGA Tour player Scott Stallings walks you through what he does in the gym
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Previewed at the Genesis Invitational by Adidas-sponsored golfers Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, Sergio Garcia and Xander Schauffele, the much-anticipated collaboration between Adidas Golf and skate brand Palace (Adidas Palace) is now available. It marks the first golf line from Palace, a London-based trendsetter in streetwear founded by avid skater Lev Tanju. Tanju started the brand
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RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico — The name popped from the caddie’s back, bolded in black against a white bib. That did little to help the volunteer tasked with taking scores during Wednesday’s pro-am, who was having a hell of a time deducing who was finishing on the 18th green. “Campbell … Campbell … Campbell,” the
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The most hardcore golfers don’t let winter temperatures stop their golf season. With proper layering (and the right attitude), chilly rounds can be some of the most memorable. Some cold-weather veterans probably have their favorite jackets and thermal underwear, but golf apparel companies are designing performance-ready sweaters that are warm, stylish and on-trend. We rounded
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Adam Scott has played professional for two decades and has been associated with Titleist for all of them. The talented Aussie has a major to his credit at the 2013 Masters and just added the Genesis Invitational to his list of PGA Tour wins. Scott spoke with GolfDigest.com (as well as three other golf media
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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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