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  1. Nice to see folks taking a break and celebrating the holidays! https://www.golfdigest.com/story/how-the-golf-world-celebrated-christmas
  2. KUCH! Looks like Matt Kuchar has finally found a way to get it done again. Been quite a drought for one of golf's most consistent players... Anyway, I thought it a fine time to take a look at his armlock putting style and splash a few photos of his Bettinardi. Any of you try the armlock style of putting?
  3. Hey guys, We have recently taken up golf and are now on a very tongue-in-cheek journey to becoming scratch golfers. Don’t worry, we’re closer to landing on the moon at this rate. We document each round and would love to hear any feedback, tips or if anyone else around London/Essex wants to play. Our latest video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6K8KtmpGbA Check it out, if you can!
  4. Tomorrow will be the first step in my potential career change from private accountant to PGA Professional with the Playing Ability Test. It is something I have been both excited and nervous about but I know that I love golf and coaching my college team too much to continue to sit behind a desk for 10 hours a day and not give this passion a legitimate shot to become my real career while I am still young and without kids. I have been playing awful lately (pretty sure its all mental as usual) but I will be playing 36 holes and need a 2 round score of 158 (+14) or better to pass and enter the PGM Program without restrictions. Here's to straight drives and lots of birdie putts!
  5. Hey everyone it's been a while, since I was last on, a lot has happened. I got professionally fitted for a set of irons for the first time, I shot My low round of 38, I went to a stay away golf camp in Richmond, I had my first eagle during tryouts, and made it to number seven on my high school's golf team. Finally, I became a senior in high school, and with that came a dilemma: What am I going to do after high school? I have thought about doing something in medicine since I was four and this year, whilst taking two medical classes, came up with the idea of maybe pursuing physical therapy. But since going to the stay away golf camp over the summer where a bunch of PGM students were interning, I also began messing around with the idea that I could maybe do PGM and become a PGA Professional. This idea was furthered when my best friend from the golf team announced that he would be attending Methodist University as part of their PGM program. This made me think about what the pros and cons of each would be, and this is what I came up with: PRO: Being a golf pro would allow me to further pursue my love of golf and being at a golf course. PRO: I would be able to work with kids, as well as teach people the game I love. CON: Mediocre to lousy starting pay, as well as annoying hours. CON: Would have to start out as an assistant pro somewhere, and that does not easily lend itself to golfing on my own during the week. PRO: Latest equipment from manufacturer. PRO: Less schooling to become a PGA pro. PRO: Physical therapist starting salary is around 80k. PRO: I'd probably be happier as a PGA pro. PRO: I'd get to travel with the PGA. Let me know what you guys and gals think, cause I could really use some outside opinions.
  6. The 2015 playoffs are coming to a close. Who is going to win? Does Jason Day seal up Player of the Year with a victory? We invite you to join in the conversation with other passionate golfers, while having a chance to win prizes. WATCH, DISCUSS, WIN! From the MyGolfSpy Prize Vault - comment and win this awesome package -- Save Par flat billed cap, Champ oversized putter greip, and an Easy18 t-shirt (Large).
  7. Here is a link to the first round pairings at the masters. Anyone like or dislike any of these pairings for your front runners? http://www.masters.com/en_US/players/pairings/ Pairings Round 1 Round 1 | 2 Group Time (ET) Starting Tee Players 1 7:45 am 1 Stewart Cink Tim Clark 2 7:56 am 1 John Huh Ian Woosnam Kevin Stadler 3 8:07 am 1 Ben Crenshaw Yong-Eun Yang Jonas Blixt 4 8:18 am 1 Jordan Niebrugge Mark O'Meara Steven Bowditch 5 8:29 am 1 David Lynn Boo Weekley John Senden 6 8:40 am 1 Scott Stallings Craig Stadler Martin Kaymer 7 8:51 am 1 Billy Horschel Tom Watson Brendon DeJonge 8 9:02 am 1 Roberto Castro Mike Weir Matt Every 9 9:13 am 1 Angel Cabrera Ian Poulter Gary Woodland 10 9:24 am 1 Chang-Woo Lee Fred Couples Webb Simpson 11 9:35 am 1 Graeme McDowell Jimmy Walker Rickie Fowler 12 9:57 am 1 Steve Stricker K.J. Choi Zach Johnson 13 10:08 am 1 Miguel-Angel Jimenez Matteo Manassero Bill Haas 14 10:19 am 1 Hideki Matsuyama Jamie Donaldson Brandt Snedeker 15 10:30 am 1 Jim Furyk Charl Schwartzel Thorbjorn Olesen 16 10:41 am 1 Jason Dufner Adam Scott Matthew Fitzpatrick 17 10:52 am 1 Patrick Reed Rory McIlroy Jordan Spieth 18 11:03 am 1 D.A. Points Kevin Streelman 19 11:14 am 1 Branden Grace Larry Mize Michael McCoy 20 11:25 am 1 Matt Jones Ken Duke Sandy Lyle 21 11:36 am 1 Garrick Porteous Lucas Glover Jose-Maria Olazabal 22 11:47 am 1 Nick Watney Stephen Gallacher Darren Clarke 23 12:09 pm 1 Thomas Bjorn Ryan Moore Vijay Singh 24 12:20 pm 1 Thongchai Jaidee Louis Oosthuizen Matt Kuchar 25 12:31 pm 1 Trevor Immelman Oliver Goss Graham Delaet 26 12:42 pm 1 Derek Ernst Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano Sang-Moon Bae 27 12:53 pm 1 Bernhard Langer Francesco Molinari Chris Kirk 28 1:04 pm 1 Dustin Johnson Jason Day Henrik Stenson 29 1:15 pm 1 Sergio Garcia Bubba Watson Luke Donald 30 1:26 pm 1 Joost Luiten Marc Leishman Hunter Mahan 31 1:37 pm 1 Victor Dubuisson Peter Hanson Keegan Bradley 32 1:48 pm 1 Phil Mickelson Ernie Els Justin Rose 33 1:59 pm 1 Harris English Russell Henley Lee Westwood
  8. RIP Dr. Charlie Sifford....passed at age 92. Here's a link to his BIO at the World Golf Hall of Fame.....http://www.worldgolfhalloffame.org/charlie-sifford/
  9. PGA Championship-Valhalla JOB FAIR - Hiring Concessions & Food Prep Levy Restaurants at PGA Championship at Valhalla is looking for enthusiastic, hard working people like you to join us for this exciting event!! This is a great opportunity to earn extra $$ while taking part in this premier PGA Championship! JOIN US FOR OUR JOB FAIR! PAID HOURLY POSITIONS: Concessions Cashiers, Concessions Counter Workers, Hot Food Prep & Cold Food Prep To apply in person for Levy Restaurants at the PGA Championship Attend our Job Fair Monday to Wednesday - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Churchill Downs 700 Central Avenue Louisville *please note the location of our job fair is at our Churchill Downs location! Applicants can enter and park at Churchill Downs gate 1 (main entrance) Inform security you are applying for a position with Levy Restaurants Cross the paddock area - take service elevators to the basement or apply online at www.workatlevy.com - select location and desired positions No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." www.levyrestaurants.com We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that considers applicants without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
  10. NonProfit Opportunities at PGA Championship/Valhalla Make a Difference One dollar at a time! Levy Restaurants at PGA Championship at Valhalla is looking for enthusiastic, hard working people like you to join us for this exciting event!! This is a great opportunity to earn $$ for your non-profit while taking part in this premier PGA Championship! Become a part of an exciting team, have fun & raise money for your great cause when you team up with Levy Restaurants at the PGA Golf Tournament at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville! We currently provide NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS the opportunity to raise money for their cause as we train them to run concession stands. Proof of IRS 501C3 compliance required. For more information on this amazing opportunity please respond to this post! No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." www.levyrestaurants.com We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that considers applicants without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
  11. PGA Championship-Valhalla JOB FAIR - Hiring Concessions & Food Prep Levy Restaurants at PGA Championship at Valhalla is looking for enthusiastic, hard working people like you to join us for this exciting event!! This is a great opportunity to earn extra $$ while taking part in this premier PGA Championship! JOIN US FOR OUR JOB FAIR! PAID HOURLY POSITIONS: Concessions Cashiers, Concessions Counter Workers, Hot Food Prep & Cold Food Prep To apply in person for Levy Restaurants at the PGA Championship Attend our Job Fair Monday to Wednesday - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Churchill Downs 700 Central Avenue Louisville *please note the location of our job fair is at our Churchill Downs location! Applicants can enter and park at Churchill Downs gate 1 (main entrance) Inform security you are applying for a position with Levy Restaurants Cross the paddock area - take service elevators to the basement or apply online at www.workatlevy.com - select location and desired positions No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." www.levyrestaurants.com We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that considers applicants without regard to race, sex, religion, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
  12. Hi all, Writing from Golf121 - a new iPhone app that provides you with a personalised PGA professional video lesson (screenshots below). The core function of the Golf121 app allows you to send videos of your swings to a PGA professional, who will then deliver a comprehensive and personalised video lesson back to your phone. This lesson includes voice over analysis, graphical cues, written reminders and personalised practice drills to help you improve your game. Whether you're in the office, at home, or out on the course, the app will serve as a constant reminder of how to improve your game, anywhere. You can find out more and download the app here: http://golf-121.com/ We've got 5 codes for a free lesson with Golf121 to give away, which are worth $13.99 each. Simply leave a reply to this post on why you would like to review Golf121 and we'll select the 5 best responses. And we'd love to hear your feedback on the app - good and bad. We're looking to improve the app for golfers everywhere, so your comments are welcome. Thanks for your interest!
  13. From the Golf Channel: http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golftalkcentral/spieth-plays-pine-valley-augusta-in-same-day/ So, how about this doozie of a double dip? On Tuesday, in the same day, Jordan Spieth played Pine Valley and Augusta National, the top two ranked courses in the country, according to Golf Digest's rankings. Fading daylight forced only an emergency nine at the National, but fear not: Spieth and his swing coach, Dallas-based Cameron McCormick, are teeing it up for all 18 holes Wednesday. For the record, Spieth shot 67 at Pine Valley. Oh, to be 20 and immensely talented …
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