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Puma reveals what Rickie Fowler, Gary Woodland and Bryson DeChambeau will wear at this week’s PGA Championship

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Puma Golf has unveiled what their athletes Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau and Gary Woodland will be wearing as they attempt to hunt down their maiden major at this week’s PGA Championship, and it includes the companies limited edition Warning pack.

Rickie Fowler will showcase Puma’s Warning pack during the opening two rounds at Bethpage Black which includes a pair of Limited-Edition IGNITE PROADAPT’s ($200) in a jet black and bright fuchsia colorway.

The sock liner of the shoe features a warning sign which states “The IGNITE PROADAPT is an Extremely Advanced Golf Spike which we Recommend Only for Highly Skilled Golfers.”

The fuchsia colorway will also be a staple in the rest of Fowler’s apparel and accessories for the PGA Championship. The 30-year-old will sport the companies Faraday polo ($70), Grill to Green shirt ($60) and Nineties polo ($70), and will wear Puma’s Jackpot 5 Pocket pants ($85) and Modern Break pants ($90) during the championship.

Along with Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau will use a custom COBRA x Vessel Tour Staff Bag at Bethpage Black.

DeChambeau will don the company’s Bonded Colorback polo ($70), Breezer shirt ($70), Rotation Stripe polo ($70), and Grill to Green shirt ($60) for the PGA Championship. DeChambeau will wear Puma’s Jackpot pants ($80) each day of the event.

Woodland will wear a mix of Puma’s Rotation polo ($55),  Grill to Green shirt ($60) and Volition polo shirts ($75/$80) and will wear the companies Jackpot pants ($80) for all four days of the event.

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Gianni is a freelance writer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Diploma in Sports Journalism. He can be contacted at gmagliocco@outlook.com. Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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  1. sammy

    May 15, 2019 at 2:06 pm

    What happens if a duffer wears those shoes that have Extremely Advanced Golf Spike which are Recommended Only for Highly Skilled Golfers?

  2. Johnny Penso

    May 15, 2019 at 10:21 am

    If anyone is interested, on Saturday I’ll be playing at a local muni. I think I’ll go with blue Ben Hogan shorts I bought on sale at Walmart for $11 and my favourite green (school colours) St. Clair College golf shirt with my black Nike shoes and multi-coloured ankle socks. For a hat, probably my Callaway in black. That is all.

  3. James T

    May 14, 2019 at 3:36 pm

    I was thinking of posting what I will be wearing this week. No fuchsia involved.

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The Economist’s Eagle predictor rates betting favorite Rory McIlroy as just the third-most-likely player to win The Open

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Rory McIlroy is the betting favorite at this week’s Open Championship, but according to the Economist’s Eagle statistical model, the Ulsterman is the third most likely winner of the event – possessing a 5.6% win probability.

The Economist’s Eagle model creates up-to-the-minute calculations for every player: their probability of each score outcome on every hole, predicted final score to par, and chances of winning the tournament or finishing among the top five, ten or 20.

The two men which Eagle sees as possessing a greater chance of winning the 148th Open Championship are Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson, who hold a 6.3 percent and 7.4 percent likelihood according to the model.

The results may surprise you, but according to The Economist’s Dan Rosencheck, the venue this week hurts McIlroy’s chances of winning his second Open Championship.

“The 7,344-yard layout at Royal Portrush does not particularly reward Mr McIlroy’s strengths. His skills are best suited for ultra-long courses with wide fairways and forgiving greens, like Erin Hills at the 2017 US Open (which played at some 7,840 yards during the first two rounds). In contrast, links courses often reward precision over power.”

Mcilroy is just one of three players with a pre-tournament win probability of over 5%, which Rosencheck stresses makes him quite clearly one of the world’s absolute best. But The Economist author warns that while his win probability is relatively high, it also represents that “about 17 times out of 18, Mr McIlroy’s fervent supporters will go home disappointed.”

You can follow the Eagle statistical model live throughout the four days of play at eagle.economist.com.

 

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Golf coach Pete Cowen labels Matt Wallace a “complete idiot” and calls for the golfer to be banned

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Legendary golf coach Pete Cowen has labelled Matt Wallace a “complete idiot” and called for the 29-year-old to be banned for his treatment of his caddie at the BMW International last month.

Cowen, who works with the likes of Brooks Koepka, Henrik Stenson and Gary Woodland, was speaking to The Times, where he claimed

“He is a complete idiot and the European Tour has to do something about it. A bollocking is no good, a fine is no good. He needs a ban. It’s a form of cheating because you’re putting your opponent off.

“The best thing would have been if his caddie had dropped his bag — I’d have chucked it in the bloody lake — but that wouldn’t do Dave McNeilly any good.”

Wallace was seen angrily remonstrating with his caddie, Dave McNeilly, on the 18th hole of the BMW International in June, and the English golfer also came under fire for a putter slam at the British Masters back in May.

Hitting back at Cowen’s claim that Wallace should be banned was the golfer’s agent, Chubby Chandler, who stated to James Corrigan of The Telegraph 

“He’s a good kid who hasn’t smashed up markers or abused officials unlike some other players and to say he should be banned is utterly ridiculous. It’s funny, I remember a young player who I was on Tour with in the 70s who was renowned for his tantrums and snapping clubs. His name was Pete Cowen.”

Matt Wallace tees off alongside Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed at this week’s Open Championship on Thursday.

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The Open Championship betting: Prop bets

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The Open Championship gets underway tomorrow, and for those of you who want a little action on the event but aren’t looking to commit to the outright market, here we will highlight some of the prop bet offerings that Sportsbook.ag have chalked up this week.

The Open Championship betting: Prop bets

Highest Single Round

Over 81.5 – 10/13

Under 81.5 – 1/1

Lowest Single Round

Over 64 – 1/1

Under 64 – 10/13

R McIlroy/B Koepka/D Johnson Win Open Championship?

Yes – 7/2

No – 4/19

R McIlroy/B Koepka/D Johnson/J Rahm/T Woods Win Open Championship?

Yes – 2/1

No – 2/5

Nationality of Winner

USA – 23/20

Field – 20/29

Will there be a Playoff?

Yes – 14/5

No – 5/18

Will there be a Hole in One in the tournament?

Yes – 20/29

No – 23/20

Will the Winner be in Final Group in Final Round?

Yes – 2/5

No – 2/1

Winning Score

Over 272.5 – 4/5

Under 272.5 – 20/21

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