Just when you thought we’ve seen everything from Phil Mickelson, his short-game repertoire has officially been expanded. Add “flop shot over an enormous hospitality chalet” to the list of shots the 44-time PGA Tour winner is willing to pull off. On the final hole of his second round, Phil pulled his approach to Riviera County
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ABOUT Spanish tour pro Belen Mozo, who joined the LPGA in 2011, has always combined physical fitness with golf technique to raise her game. As a top-level player and fitness enthusiast, Mozo understands both sides and strives to balance them. She constantly refines her workouts to target the muscles that are most important in the
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The phrase “risk-reward” is thrown around rather haphazardly as it relates to course architecture. Strategically, though, there is no denying the greatness when risk-reward elements are incorporated successfully into a great par 4. As the great architect George C. Thomas wrote in his Anatomy of a Golf Course: “The great courses entice the golfer to
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Looks like a lengthened fifth hole won’t be the only change at Augusta National this spring. According to ABC affiliate WJBF.com, Augusta National is currently constructing a tunnel under Washington Road, the street that sits outside the venerable property’s gates. Plans submitted with the city of Augusta illustrate a project dubbed the “Washington Road Underpass.”
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PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan recently described the six-month stretch that kicks off with the Players in March as “the season of championships.” But could this reconfigured part of the schedule possibly begin without one of the tour’s biggest stars? It sure sounds that way. RELATED: The Players raises purse, boasts biggest tournament payday in
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I keep my technique around the greens as simple as possible. Maybe that’s why I finished second on the PGA Tour in 2018 in scrambling from the rough—though I’m not so sure being in greenside rough more than 100 times last year was a good thing. Still, it’s nice to know that missing a green
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The new Accra TZ5 and TZ6 shafts might be resonating with some tour players, but it’s average players who might be the inspiration and the beneficiary of these new models. That’s a fundamental change with the trend in shafts on tour, particularly when it comes to the responsive-tip TZ6, said Gawain Robertson, co-owner and founder
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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. 11. Drama in the dark The weather was biblical at Pebble
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PEBBLE BEACH — There are lyrics to an old song by The Fifth Dimension that come to mind while surveying the sodden landscape at the still-to-be-completed AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Something about lines and circles and angles—features that observant PGA Tour pros likely were assessing last week as they made their way along Pebble Beach
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