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MUST WATCH: Tiger Woods unleashes incredible stinger (with Toptracer) on the 18th hole at The Players



Just days ago, Tiger Woods revealed the origin of his famous “stinger” shot. And after hitting one in the water off the 18th tee at TPC Sawgrass on Thursday, Tiger unleashed this ridiculous stinger draw that split the fairway on Friday, en route to a 1-under 71 (he started on the back nine on Friday).

Please watch the video below (click here if the video embed doesn’t work for you).

Can’t. Stop. Watching … ???????????? #LiveUnderPar

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Haven’t seen a ball flight that incredible since Ollie Schniederjans’ 2-iron at the 2017 Wyndham Championship. You know, this one…

More importantly, Tiger finished at 1-under through 36 holes at Sawgrass, which puts him right on the projected cut line. So it looks like we’ll see Tiger play the weekend at The Players.

Click here to see what clubs are in Tiger’s bag this week!

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He played on the Hawaii Pacific University Men's Golf team and earned a Masters degree in Communications. He also played college golf at Rutgers University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.



  1. Pendaftaran PMB

    May 28, 2018 at 7:38 pm

    let’s we see together this match

  2. TeeBone

    May 15, 2018 at 1:28 am

    Totally awesome. But then why does it seem like he has trouble drawing his driver more than a few yards?

  3. Dave r

    May 14, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    So he can hit a low shot good for him . now onto other stuff boys.

  4. Dixie doc

    May 14, 2018 at 11:57 am

    I am really tired of hearing about the stinger.

  5. Deadpool

    May 13, 2018 at 10:01 am

    Pay attention, morons:
    He can’t hit that off the deck. He’s hitting it off a tee.

  6. sid

    May 12, 2018 at 7:09 am

    The game of golf will survive and flourish now that the Tiger is on the prowl and unleashing his “stinger” shot for all to view in awe, wonderment, admiration, reverence, respect, and the highest of esteem.

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Interesting photos from the Safeway Open



GolfWRX was scouring the range and practice greens at the Safeway Open earlier this week, and we have a ton of photos from Napa for your viewing pleasure.

In addition to five general galleries of photos, we got WITB looks at Hideki Matsuyama, Morgan Hoffmann, Jhonny Vegas, among others. We also took a peek at Bryson DeChambeau’s prototype LA Golf Shafts “Rebar” wedge shaft, the new Scotty Cameron Tour Rat putter cover, some Nippon prototype and KBS graphite driver shafts, and new Ping PLD putters.

So, yeah, it was a pretty good week if you’re a gear junkie in need of your tour equipment photo fix.

A few of the most interesting shots, below.

*Featured image: Kevin Stadler’s Callaway Steelhead III 4+ wood

When at the Safeway Open…

Hey, we know that guy!

Bryson DeChambeau’s new “Rebar” wedge shaft (details here)

Hideki Matsuyama with a leaden offering to the golf gods

Jhonny Vegas may be the last Nike Vapor wood holdout on tour

SuperStroke with a geographically appropriate limited-edition grip offering

Prototype Nippon N.S. Pro iron shafts

New Scotty Cameron Tour Rat putter covers spotted

KBS graphite shafts spotted

Callaway’s tour only 60T Jaws MD5 wedge

Ping PLD goodness

General galleries

Special galleries



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Interesting photos from the 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship



GolfWRX was on site at the 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship at the Country Club of Jackson in Jackson, Mississippi.

In addition to the usual spread of range photos from Monday and Tuesday, we also got a look at a new flatstick from Bettinardi, a few of Matt Jones’ Scotty Cameron putters, new wands from PXG, and some new shafts from Mitsubishi.

Check out a few highlights below and find the links to all our galleries after that.

2018 Scotty Cameron Hula Girl cover sighting!

A look at the unique tee markers

New Callaway staffer Akshay Bhatia’s awesome Callaway Apex MB irons

“Furby Boy” Joaquin Niemann’s 56-degree wedge

New Mitsubishi Tensei AV shafts spotted

One of the several new PXG Gen2 putters we got an in-hand look at

Sam Ryder with a little weight taken out of his Cleveland RTX-3 wedges

One of Matt Jones’ prototype Scotty Cameron putters

An in-hand look at the limited Bettinardi QB8 that launched in The Hive this week

All our photos from the Sanderson Farms Championship


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Interesting photos from A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier



GolfWRX was watching the range, circling the putting green, and generally keeping an eye on the notable equipment on display for the first PGA Tour event of the 2019-2020 season, A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier.

While we encourage you to check out all of our photos from White Sulphur Springs, here are a few hand-picked shots to whet your appetite.

New Mitsubishi MMT 125-gram iron shaft

Kevin Chappell with a Golf Pride SNSR putter grip..on his driver?

Maverick McNealy’s Top Gun-inspired putter cover

Face on shot of one of the many new SeeMore putter models spotted at The Greenbrier

Odyssey’s New Stroke Lab Ten putters

Face-on look at Cam Smith’s Scotty Cameron Teryllium TFB 1.5

Jason Dufner’s prototype LA Golf Shafts iron shaft (more info)

TaylorMade Original One Mini Driver spotted on Tour! (in Grayson Murray’s bag)

2019 BV Proto wedge belonging to Rafa Campos

…and another Vokey, this time it’s Kris Ventura’s 60-degree SM7

Check out all our photos from The Greenbrier below!




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