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If you’re in the choir that’s concerned about Jordan Spieth’s putting struggles this season, the three-time major winner wants to alleviate those worries. Albeit in an interesting fashion. Speaking at this week’s Houston Open, which has historically served as the three-time major winner’s last-minute Masters tune-up, Spieth insisted his current plight is nothing compared to
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ABOUT When you think about game improvement, the image that probably comes to mind is giant buckets of range balls or marathon sessions on the practice green. But that’s just wasting time, says Will Robins, a Golf Digest Best Young Teacher in Folsom, Calif. Robins takes his students on the course and shows them exactly
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Good news, Augusta National diehards. Your tracer wishes are coming to fruition. For the first time on its Masters television broadcasts, CBS will utilize shot-tracer technology during the 2018 tournament. “We’re trying to blend in the technology with our traditional coverage,” CBS chairman Sean McManus said during a conference call on Wednesday. “We’ve had good
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It almost makes too much sense. The combination of Bubba Watson’s unique strengths, temperamental attitude and creative eye make him golf’s ultimate horses-for-courses player. Three tournaments account for seven of his 11 PGA Tour wins. Two of those came at Augusta National, of course, which don’t just double as his only major wins. They’re his only
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