Jul 20, 2018

Henrik Stenson’s History-making Open Championship Victory ‘16

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  7/20/2018 05:04:00 PM   No comments

Henrik Stenson teeing off (Source: Shutterstock)



Swedish golfer Henrik Stenson made history in 2016 when he won the Open Championship at the Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland.
In winning his first major, he became the first male Scandinavian to win a major tournament and improved on his second place finish at the 2013 Championship.




His performance at the 2016 Open was the lowest ever 72-hole score in a major, finishing on 20 under with 264.

Unfortunately for Stenson, he has been unable to rediscover his form since, although the Open Championship this year represents the perfect opportunity for him to return to form.

The Betfair Golf Open odds see 2016 winner Stenson priced at 25/1 to win the tournament for a second time, while last year’s winner Jordan Spieth is third favourite at 14/1.Let’s take a trip down memory lane into his 2016 victory.

First Round

Stenson found himself trailing the first round leader Phil Mickelson by five shots, as he shot three under par, while American Mickelson shot eight under.

In fact, Stenson was trailing behind 11 others - two shots behind Germany’s Martin Kaymer and Patrick Reed of the United States and one shot behind eight other players. He, and nine other players, shot 68 come the close of round one.

The first round of the tournament saw perfect weather conditions which resulted in 50 players shooting under par.

Phil Mickelson came close to becoming the first player to score 62 at a major championship. However, despite the ball looking set to drop in and create history, it was not to be, as the ball lipped out to deny Mickelson victory. Instead the American had to settle for producing the 28th round of 63 in a major and be three shots better off than his nearest rivals.
Being five shots behind the leader, Stenson knew he would have to produce something magic or hope Mickelson would slip up to stand any chance of winning.

Second Round


Phil Mickelson- Clubhouse leader after the second round (Source: Shutterstock)


After the second round, Phil Mickelson remained in the lead. However, having shot 69, he presented an opportunity to close the gap at the top.
Henrik Stenson, who was five shots behind Mickelson after the first round fought back, having shot 65, leaving him just one shot behind the leader.
After Stenson birdied the 16th hole, he was one shot behind Mickelson, but he was unable to capitalise on his opportunity to take the lead in the final two holes.


Third Round

Phil Mickelson finally relinquished the lead after the third round, with his worst performance on the course, shooting 70.

Henrik Stenson became the new clubhouse leader after shooting 68, giving him a one shot lead at the top.

The top two were comfortably ahead of their nearest rival, American Bill Haas, who was sitting in third place, trailing Mickelson by five shots and Stenson by six.


(Stenson kissing the trophy following victory)

Source: http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2016/jul/17/henrik-stenson-wins-duel-with-phil-mickelson-to-cl/


Final Round

Stenson saved his most magical and memorable performance for the final round, which was a tightly contested affair with Mickelson.

After hitting a 65, Mickelson left himself on a total of 267 for the tournament, meaning Stenson was required to match or better that score to win. By this point Stenson had hit 68, 65 and 68 so there was the possibility that he could miss out on winning his first major.

It was on this round that Stenson produced his best golf of the tournament, scoring a record- breaking 63, to leave him three shots clear of Mickelson and claim his first major title.




Having previously only ever finished as runner-up at a major once and third four times, this victory at Royal Troon represented his and Sweden’s first male victory at a major.

Stenson’s win is also a reverse of the 2013 Open Championship, in which Mickelson finished three shots ahead of Stenson

Jul 18, 2018

CHASE54 Launches Fall 2018 Collection

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  7/18/2018 10:21:00 PM   No comments
CHASE54 announced the launch of its fall 2018 Choose Your Now collection featuring men's and women's designs inspired by the past, present and future of golf style. Will be doing a review soon so stay tuned.






Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 11, 2018

(New York, New York) – CHASE54 – a golf and lifestyle apparel brand named for the pursuit of the perfect score in golf – announces the launch of its fall 2018 Choose Your Now collection. Inspired by the past, present and future of golf style, the range boasts nostalgic, modern-classic designs married with CHASE54’s proprietary fabric technologies that set the brand apart.

The Choose Your Now collection includes two men’s groups and two women’s groups, plus the brand’s ever-evolving Elements line that can be mixed and matched into each group to round-out the collection with a timeless look. Incorporated into each item are technical material elements like sun protection, cooling properties and moisture-wicking qualities.

"Our fall 2018 collection embodies the richness and thrill of golf's past and present, as well as the possibilities of what is yet to come,” says Lulu Faddis, CHASE54 Designer. “There is something for everyone and every era of style you want your game to reflect.”

The men's offerings include the sporty Retro Active range featuring crease-free material, while the Outdoor Games group offers CHASE54’s take on today’s golf style trends with an athletic influence. The Alternate Bliss ladies’ line is inspired by the idea of a floating new world, boasting whimsical prints in moisture-wicking and cooling tech fabrics. Additionally, the Power Style group offers mesh insert and cutaway details combined with bold, color-block designs.

For more information, please contact CHASE54 Marketing Coordinator, Keely Pemberton: keely@chase54.com  970-302-8110.

ABOUT CHASE54

Based in New York, Chase54 is a lifestyle brand created by golfers for golfers and beyond. Founded and backed by 30 years of garment manufacturing excellence and more than 400 million garments produced, Chase54 offers golf apparel for both men and women with phenomenal styling and superior fabrics, all at an affordable price. To learn more about the brand, visit www.chase54.com

Jul 16, 2018

Turning Stone Resort - Great Destination For Father Son Golf Getaway

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  7/16/2018 09:15:00 PM   No comments
Had the pleasure of finally heading down to Turning Stone Resort the long weekend in July with my son Gus on a two night golf trip. Although Turning Stone is more noted for its gambling prowess I was excited to test out 3 of their 5 golf courses with Gus my 10 year old son who's been golfing for the last 4-5 years.


If you don't know Turning Stone Resort it's about 3.5 hrs from the Ottawa area and is a premier four-season, destination resort in Upstate New York proudly owned and operated by the Oneida Indian Nation.

The golf courses we were going to play were:

Atunyote Golf Course

The longest of Turning Stone Resort’s three championship courses, at 7,315 yards, this Tom Fazio design was home to the Turning Stone Resort Championship from 2007 – 2010. In 2006 it was the site of both the PGA Professional National Championship and the BC Open. The parkland setting of Atunyote (the Oneida word for 'eagle') features vast stretches of open space, gently rolling hills, a stream of small waterfalls, and several lakes. Walk the fairways that past champions Tiger Woods, Camilo Villegas, Matt Kuchar, Steve Flesch, and Dustin Johnson have all walked.

Shenendoah Golf Course

Be among the first to experience Turning Stone’s new Shenendoah Golf Course! After an almost year-long redesign that resulted in seven new holes, the golf course has officially reopened.
Shenendoah offers 18 holes of PGA-level golf in a spectacular natural setting. The course was built and is maintained to comply with stringent Audubon International standards for environmental protection and preservation. Designer Rick Smith used the natural landscape to create wooded parkland holes, open pastures that capture the links feel, and beautifully simple low country-style holes. Designed, constructed and maintained to TOUR standards at more than 7,000 yards, the course offers conditions normally reserved for TOUR professionals. In 2006, Turning Stone Resort’s Shenendoah Golf Club was host of the PGA National Club Professional Championship.

Sandstone Hollow Par 3 Golf Course

Sandstone Hollow was built with the busy golfer in mind. The result: a nine-hole, par three course that winds through woods and wetlands, with greens surrounded by wild fescue grasses and rock outcroppings. This isn’t a pitch-and-putt course. Designed by Rick Smith, Sandstone Hollow is rated among the top 25 par three courses in the USA by Golf Event magazine – and Sandstone Hollow will push your game to the limit.


Atunyote Golf Course



When you enter Atunyote Golf Course through the beautiful gate you know you're in for something special. Gus and I teed off at 9:20am and had a blast the whole round. Just make sure you tee off from the appropriate tee box. Gus is 10 and has been golfing for about 4-5 years so we both teed off from the reds(It's important to tee off of the same tees much more enjoyable for father and son and still challenging for the Dad). 






The view from the clubhouse eating our lovely breakfast, Gus had a hard time finishing his pancakes (and there his favourite).


Ah bacon!




Lots of wildlife at Atunyote including this toad who was hanging out on the ball washer.





Atunyote was a very playable golf course for Gus no long carries, larger fairways and some great par 3s. Perfect for a father and son getaway.





The service was amazing at Atunyote and the carts that the Ladies used were the coolest Gus and I had ever seen. Thanks Allie you were great.




Shenendoah Golf Course




Ready to start our round at Shenendoah. 


 Gus loves firing over a water. Managed to skip this one onto the bank. Conditions and layout were perfect for the long weekend in July especially the par 3s.





Gus really enjoyed his round at Shenendoah although he found some of the carries(over fescue) from the red tees tough. 








Sandstone Hollow Par 3 Golf Course

Although only a par 3 course Rick Smith knew what he was doing when he designed this beauty perfect way to end our Father and Son Golf Getaway. No tee time needed and relatively cheap for the quality and a test of golf for any skill of golfer. Remember tee it up at the appropriate tees. 










Ready to golf at Sandstone Hollow.









Golf Dome

You'd think after a morning of golfing at Atunyote Golf Course Gus would of been tired but he wanted to check out the PGA Superstore and Golf Dome which offers an indoor practice area with 40 driving range hitting stations arranged in a double-deck structure. Needless to say he wore himself and the Ping G 812 Driver out.  He pounded balls into the Golf Dome which stands seven stories high, and stretches 110 yards long by 80 yards wide. It was hard to get him out of there he enjoyed it so much.








Why Turning Stone Resort was great for a Father/Son Golf Getaway

  • Amazing golf course the three (Atunyote, Shenendoah, Sandstone Hollow) Gus and I played top notch all the way from service on and off the course to quality and condition of the course.
  • Accommodations to fit all budgets.
  • Amazing service, Gus quote, "the people(Staff) here are so nice".
  • SO much else to do if you're not golfing. Gus loved access to the pool, arcade, Golf Dome, and many restaurants.




Special dessert from staff at Upstate Tavern.



Got amazing service from this young lady (Allie). Gus and I thought she was awesome. Ended up seeing her both at Shenendoah and Atunyote great smile and fun to talk to. Good Luck Allie.

Jul 3, 2018

RBC scores ‘A HOLE IN ONE’ with 2019 PGA TOUR Schedule Change

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  7/03/2018 09:17:00 PM   No comments
Dustin Johnson revealed yesterday what the Press Release today confirmed. RBC Canadian Open gets a date change.




Critical date change will enrich golf in Canada and the RBC Canadian Open for years to come
TORONTO, July 3, 2018 —  RBC, Golf Canada and the PGA TOUR today announced that the 2019 RBC Canadian Open will be moving to a premier spot on the PGA TOUR schedule starting in 2019, one week before the U.S. Open. The 110th RBC Canadian Open, to be played at the historic Hamilton Golf and Country Club with new dates, June 3-9, 2019, is expected to attract an even better field for Canada’s National Championship.

The 2018 RBC Canadian Open will be played as scheduled, July 23-29, at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario.

“The RBC Canadian Open is one of the oldest and most-prestigious golf events in the world and we’re thrilled to start a new chapter in 2019,” said Mary DePaoli, executive vice-president and chief marketing officer, RBC. “As the only Canadian stop on the Tour, the June tournament date will help enrich the experience for fans, players and all Canadians.”

In addition to the new spot on the PGA TOUR schedule, the 2019 RBC Canadian Open will also feature an increased purse, set at USD $7.6-million.

“The PGA TOUR, RBC and Golf Canada have collaborated to ensure this new date is the right fit for players and fans of the RBC Canadian Open,” said Andy Pazder, chief tournaments & competitions officer, PGA TOUR. “As title sponsor of both the RBC Canadian Open and the RBC Heritage, RBC has been a tremendous partner of the PGA TOUR, and we’re thrilled to have this opportunity to move one of golf’s most important and historic tournaments to a new date for the event starting in 2019.”
With even stronger fields and competition anticipated with the new date, the RBC Canadian Open is expected to:

Increase global awareness for golf in Canada and the RBC Canadian Open tournament
Drive deeper interest and participation in golf in Canada
Positively impact the regional economy with increased ticket sales, hospitality and tourism

“Golf Canada is beyond thrilled by RBC’s overall support for the Canadian Open. Together with the PGA TOUR, the new 2019 date change is a clear demonstration of our combined commitment to the game and Canada’s National Open Championship,” said Laurence Applebaum, chief executive officer, Golf Canada. “This exciting change will inject tremendous energy into the RBC Canadian Open and make Canadian golf better.”

For ticket, volunteering, sponsorship and corporate hospitality information on the 2018 RBC Canadian Open, details are available online at www.rbccanadianopen.com.
About RBCGolf Royal Bank of Canada is a global financial institution with a purpose-driven, principles-led approach to delivering leading performance. Our success comes from the 81,000+ employees who bring our vision, values and strategy to life so we can help our clients thrive and communities prosper. As Canada’s biggest bank, and one of the largest in the world based on market capitalization, we have a diversified business model with a focus on innovation and providing exceptional experiences to our 16 million clients in Canada, the U.S. and 34 other countries. Learn more at rbc.com.‎

We are proud to support a broad range of community initiatives through donations, community investments and employee volunteer activities. See how at rbc.com/community-sustainability.

About Golf CanadaGolf Golf Canada is the National Sports Federation and governing body for golf in Canada representing 319,000 golfers and 1,400 member clubs across the country. A proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, Golf Canada’s mission is to grow participation, excellence and passion in the sport while upholding the integrity and traditions of the game. By investing in the growth of the sport and introducing more participants of all ages to the game, our goal is to be relevant to and respected by all Canadian golf enthusiasts from coast to coast.

For more information about what Golf Canada is doing to support golf in your community, visit: www.golfcanada.ca.

About PGA TOUR
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By showcasing golf’s greatest players, the PGA TOUR engages, inspires and positively impacts our fans, partners and communities worldwide. The PGA TOUR co-sanctions more than 130 tournaments on the PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions, Web.com Tour, PGA TOUR Latinoamérica, Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada, and PGA TOUR Series-China. Members of the PGA TOUR represent the world’s best players, hailing from 25 countries (85 members are from outside the United States). Worldwide, PGA TOUR tournaments are broadcast to more than 1 billion households in 226 countries and territories in 23 languages. Virtually all tournaments are organized as non-profit organizations to maximize charitable giving. In 2017, tournaments across all Tours generated a record of more than $180 million for local and national charitable organizations, bringing the all-time total to $2.65 billion.

The PGA TOUR's web site is PGATOUR.COM, the No. 1 site in golf, and the organization is headquartered in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.



Galvin Green Launches 2018 Ventil8™ Plus Range

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  7/03/2018 09:12:00 PM   No comments
Galvin Green one of my favourite apparel brands has announced the launch of its 2018 Spring/Summer Ventil8 Plus apparel. Galvin Green just has that great mix of style, technology and performance within their apparel. Once again this years offering looks amazing.




Ventil8™ Plus embodies ‘fashion meets function’ with no compromise on quality. The line features modern, eye-catching designs made of exceptionally comfortable, lightweight and breathable fabric that won’t stick to skin or interrupt your swing. As always, the entire Ventil8™ collection provides UV protection 20+











Modern Designs, Extremely Breathable Material Designed for Warm Weather Conditions
 
(Växjö, Sweden) – Galvin Green – the world’s leading maker of high-performance and functional golf clothing for serious players and the No. 1 global golf partner of GORE-TEX® – has announced the launch of new apparel offerings for their 2018 Spring/Summer Ventil8 Plus collection.

The Ventil8 Plus functional men’s and women’s golf shirts, shorts, pants and skorts are designed to keep golfers cool and comfortable in the summer heat while sustaining top-level performance on the course. Each item is constructed with highly technical, lightweight and breathable materials to help regulate body temperature and transport moisture and heat away from the skin twice as fast as a traditional polyester golf shirt.

“With advances in modern fabric technology, today’s performance apparel brands are held to the highest competitive standards,” says Jonathan Wong, President of Galvin Green Canada. “Our team knows firsthand what it takes to exceed expectations and has developed a quality line of lightweight attire guaranteed to keep golfers cool and composed in high temperatures.”

Function meets fashion in the men’s polo range highlighted by the Mayer with horizontal stripe design and the Marty solid shirt available in eight colorways and in an exclusive Tour Edition. Completing the ensemble are the all-purpose Noah and Nash pants and Parker shorts.

Headlining the colorful ladies’ line is the Megan shirt with contrast color detailing, the May skort and the Miriam jumpsuit, a lightweight, eye-catching piece with extreme breathability designed to minimize restriction when swinging. In addition to providing UV protection 20+, all Ventil8 Plus garments are easy to care for and contain hygienic anti-bacterial elements.

Galvin Green is also the Official Team Supplier of Weatherwear for the 2018 European Ryder Cup Team. Through this partnership, the company will provide its premium outerwear garments to the captains, vice captains, team members and their caddies during the matches at Le Golf National. Part of the brand’s esteemed Multi-Layer system, the outfit includes a GORE-TEX® fabric shell layer and an Interface-1™ hybrid jacket.

Based in Sweden, Galvin Green is a pure golf brand that developed the sport’s first apparel layering system – the Multi-Layer Concept – more than a decade ago. This distinctive approach uses leading-edge fabric technologies to ensure the dry comfort, thermal regulation and outer protection that helps players optimize performance.

Learn more at www.GalvinGreen.com. Get social at www.Facebook.com/GalvinGreen and @GalvinGreen with #staycool #stayahead.

About Galvin Green

Galvin Green is a family-owned business founded in 1990. A pure golf brand, its products – including premium outerwear, tops, bottoms and accessories – are available for purchase at better green grass shops and golf-specialty retail locations in more than 20 countries.

Crafted by golfers for golfers, every garment and layer has been developed to be compatible – providing exceptional comfort, freedom of movement and protection from the elements. Each detail exists because the game demands it.




Jun 29, 2018

10 Ways to Play Golf Without Breaking the Bank

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  6/29/2018 09:40:00 AM   No comments


Golf has long had the reputation of being the rich man’s game. It’s hardly surprising when you consider that green fees alone can run into hundreds of dollars on select courses. Once you start to add on all the little extras, such as equipment, attire, and food, the cost can seem steep even for those with deep pockets.
To make sure you’re never in a position where you have to consider hanging up your clubs due to cost, we’ve compiled a list of ten money-saving steps you can start taking today.
1) Learn to Re-Grip Your Clubs
Golfers who play most weekends usually get their clubs regripped once every 12 months. While the cost of getting this done at a golf club is only around $2-3 per club, it can quickly add up if you’re playing with an average set of 14 different clubs.
The workaround for this issue is to learn how to re-grip clubs by yourself. Double-sided tape and a new replacement grip are arguably the only essential tools you need to get the job done.
2) Try Pre-Owned Clubs


Source: Max Pixel
There’s no shame in looking around local garage sales or browsing online auction sites to try and find a decent set of second-hand clubs. A lot of the time, these clubs will only have minor cosmetic imperfections that won’t affect your game in any way.
3) Sell any Unused or Unwanted Kit
It’s common for regular players to acquire a number of different clubs over the course of their playing career. Rather than banishing old clubs to the garage or attic, sell them online for some extra money.
4) Play Later in the Day
Most golf courses offer discounted rates to those willing play later in the afternoon. Of course, playing in a fading light isn’t ideal, but with no waiting around for groups in front of you, it does have its additional benefits. 
5) Steer Clear of Weekends
Basic economics of scale tells us that the more demand there is for something, the higher the price is likelier to be. People want to play golf with their friends and family on the weekends. Therefore, if you’re flexible enough to be able to play during the week, you should be able to bag yourself a cheaper rate.


6) Ball Hunt in the Winter
With little to no foliage around during the winter months, it’s easily the best time of the year to fill up your shag bag in preparation for the summer sun.
7) Bring Your Own Food When You Play
It doesn’t take much time or effort to prepare a packed lunch and it could end up saving you hundreds of dollars each year.
8) Book Online and in Advance
Don’t ring up a course and attempt to arrange a booking at short notice. That’s one sure-fire way of getting the worse possible rate.
Instead, try to book a tee time online around a week in advance. Doing so could well save you around $10 bucks each time – enough for an extra bottle of wine on the weekly shop.
9) Only use Recycled Balls
The performance difference between a premium and recycled balls is minimal – particularly for amateur golfers who struggle replicate the same swing.
10) Don’t Hire a Cart

Hiring a cart isn’t necessary to enjoy a round of golf (no matter how fun they’re to drive). Besides, walking is good exercise, and who doesn’t need some of that?

Jun 24, 2018

Golf Sunglass Review: Electric Tech One Pro Sunglasses

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  6/24/2018 07:45:00 PM   No comments
Over the years I've worn sunglasses on and off the golf course but lately my eye health took a back seat and I haven't been wearing sunglasses.


Luckily some things happened recently that will hopefully help my long term eye health.

1) Finally went for my annual eye exam
2)  I found out I have sun damage on my eyes but no cataracts.
3) Got progressive lenses instead of using Costco reading glasses.
4) Got contacted by Electric a Sunglass company out of California to do a sunglass review (The first one ever on my blog).
5) Those sunglasses are Electric's Tech One Pro Sunglasses with Ohm Grey Lens.


Details as per Electric's website:

FRAME: 8 base mold injected Grilamid frame in feather weight construction with performance grip nose bridge and temple tips. Innovative double action hinge system.

OPTICS: 8 base OHM Polycarbonate lens. 100% UV protection. Up to 98% Blue Light protection.

GREY TINT: VLT 10% . Optimal lens for daily use. Increased clarity and depth perception while providing visual comfort.

MEASURMENT:46h - 144w - 161l

WEIGHT: 27 grams

California Design. Hand Crafted In Italy.



The Tech One Pro sunglasses were awesome for keeping down the glare on my eyes on and off the golf course. This was the thing I noticed the most about wearing them over the last few months.



Tech One Pros first taste of golf at Bald Head Island Club. Performed beautifully in cool, winding, sunny conditions  at Bald Head Island Club in North Carolina.





So although this Electric sunglasses aren't going to reverse any damage I've caused already I wanted to see how they would perform with my busy lifestyle both on and off the golf course.


Comfort 
The Tech Zone Pro sunglasses have a very light frame made from Grilamid high-performance polyamide. They fit perfectly and were so lightweight. This was one criteria that was important to me for sunglasses or glasses especially if I was going to wear them everyday.




Vision

The Tech One Pro offers a full 8-base wrap, that became one of the most comfortable fit of any sunglasses I've tried over the years. The Melanin enhanced rimless peripheral vision.

These are an amazing high performance sunglass. Electric has expanded their most popular 8-base sunglass style to add the protection, clarity, and comfort features users desire in a high performance sunglass.





The Ohm Grey Lens was great for all round wear not only on the golf course. I did find them a bit too dark during early morning rounds and later evening rounds. For driving they were more then capable with giving my eyes rest and clarity, a real bonus considering how much I drive.

 The following list are the highlights of these lens:


PROTECTION
Acts like SPF 140 for your eyes
Prolongs retinal health
Helps to prevent crow’s-feet

COMFORT
With increased protection come less strain and a relaxed, soothing feeling for your eyes.

ENHANCED VISON
Not to be confused with a “color enhancing tint”, our standard issue OHM lenses provide vibrant images with clarity, contrast, and depth.




With so many options out there for sunglasses. Electric California Sunglasses has come to the forefront for me when it comes to the Tech One Pro with Ohm Lens. A perfect balance of performance and style. Lightweight yet durable for on or off the golf course. With my busy lifestyle this was the perfect combo. I'm going to order some lens specifically for golf in the near future so stay tuned. In the mean time Electric Sunglasses can be ordered on Electric's website. They range from about $120USD and up depending on lens(The ones I review the Tech One Pro with Ohm Lens $140) and can also be found at various golf courses near you. Like Bigwin Island, London Hunt Club and Port Carling Golf Club to name just a few here in Ontario.


Jun 13, 2018

U.S. Open Equals Fast Greens - Shinnecock 2018 Doesn't Disappoint Video

By Sean Crogie   Posted at  6/13/2018 09:15:00 PM   No comments
What would a US Open be like without some fast greens well this weeks 118th US Open looks no different as Posted by Jeff Smith otherwise known as Radar Golf Pro things are shaping up for the World's best to putt on Shinnecock's greens. I love this kind of stuff because working at a golf course you can appreciate it more all the time and effort the grounds crew takes to make the setup tough for the US Open. Let's just hope it doesn't get away from them like what happened in 2004. Check it out.





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