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Tiger eyes No. 8 at Bay Hill
Throughout Tiger Woods’ career, his late father Earl got his attention on the golf course by calling him “Sam.” “He rarely ever called me Tiger,” Woods said. “I would ask him, ‘Why don’t you ever call me...
- Posted 91 days ago
USGA, R&A propose anchor ban
The USGA and R&A have proposed a change to the Rules of Golf that will prohibit the anchoring of a club in during all strokes, including during putting. The proposed rule will fall under Rule 14-1b, and...
- Posted 191 days ago
Swing efficiency: How ugly golf swings win
Shaun Webb is a PGA Class A Member, a TPI Level 2 Golf Instructor and certified K-Vest Level 2 instructor. A question I am often asked as an instructor is, “How can golfers with swings like Tommy Gainey...
- Posted 205 days ago
Op-ed: Banning the anchored stroke is bad for golf
By Ryan David GolfWRX Contributor There has been speculation for over a year now, and we finally have some sort of confirmation. The USGA and the R&A have hinted they will ban the anchored stroke sometime “in...
- Posted 230 days ago
World’s best go to Mission Hills for HSBC Champions
By Tim Hartin GolfWRX Contributor The world’s best golfers continue their international fall schedule on Thursday, as a field of 78 prepare to battle in China for the prestigious title of the 2012 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions....
- Posted 231 days ago
The book on belly putters
By Zak Kozuchowski GolfWRX Managing Editor It was a putt we’ve seen Ernie Els miss countless times in recent years – one that he needed to make. Els stood over his 12-foot birdie putt on No. 18...
- Posted 324 days ago
RBC Canadian Open preview: Expect a tough test
By Stan Kosinski GolfWRX Contributor The PGA Tour heads north of the border this week to Ancaster, Ontario, Canada for the 108th RBC Canadian Open held this year at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club. The field...
- Posted 329 days ago
Scott lets one slip; Els wins the British Open
Some tournaments are remembered for who won, while others are remembered for who lost. The 2012 Open Championship will be remembered for both. Adam Scott’s par putt slid by the cup on the 18th hole, giving Erne...
- Posted 331 days ago
The Open Winner: Ernie Els What’s In The Bag
Sure Adam Scott bogeyed the last four holes, but a clutch putt on 18 to gave The Big Easy the clubhouse lead at Royal Lytham moments before. What’s in Ernie Els’ bag? Clubs: Callaway RAZR Fit Driver,...
- Posted 332 days ago
The real top 10: PGA Tour Power Rankings
By Nick DeConti GolfWRX Contributor PGA Tour player performance is something that fans and media alike are always measuring and sharing their opinions about. When these matters are discussed between friends, enemies, co-workers, spouses, in-laws – there...
- Posted 358 days ago
Will Ernie ever win again?
By Michael Williams GolfWRX Staff Writer There would have been something so right about Ernie Els (The Big Easy) getting back in the win column in New Orleans (The Big Easy). Alas, it was not to be....
- Posted 415 days ago
“Dufining moment” — Dufner wins the Zurich Classic
By James Dalthorp GolfWRX Staff Writer Two weeks ago in the first round at Hilton Head, Jason Dufner had one of those moments where a lot of golfers may have lost their cool. After waiting for two...
- Posted 415 days ago
RBC Heritage Preview
By Pete Pappas GolfWRX Staff Writer The PGA Tour leaves the picturesque Magnolia Lane (and thrilling finish of the 76th Masters) and travels southeast to the magnificent scenery of Hilton Head, S.C., for the 44th RBC-Heritage (and...
- Posted 433 days ago
Hunter season: Mahan edges Pettersson for SHO title
By Michael Williams GolfWRX Staff Writer American Hunter Mahan made a statement about his place in the golf world, carving out a nervy win 1-shot at the 2012 Shell Houston Open over Swede Carl Pettersson. Mahan began...
- Posted 443 days ago
Oosthuizen cruises to the top at Redstone
By Seth Kerr GolfWRX Staff Writer Louis Oosthuizen looked lost for most of the front nine during the third round at the Shell Houston Open. Then on the eighth hole, he woke up and proceeded to make...
- Posted 444 days ago
Oosthuizen, Davis lead after two days in Houston
By Seth Kerr GolfWRX Staff Writer The rains stayed away on Friday for the completion of the first round and beginning of the second round at the Shell Houston Open. Players took advantage of the softened conditions...
- Posted 445 days ago
Rain suspends Round 1, Cabrera and Pettersson lead
By Seth Kerr GolfWRX Staff Writer Angel Cabrera and Carl Pettersson are tied for the lead at 7-under after rain halted Round 1 play at the Shell Houston Open. Only 51 players finished the first round at...
- Posted 446 days ago
Can Tiger close this time?
By Dennis de Jesus GolfWRX Contributor After posting a 1-under 71, Tiger Woods remains atop the leader board at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard, a round which saw a mix of birdies, pars, bogeys and...
- Posted 451 days ago
Here we go again
By Seth Kerr GolfWRX Staff Writer Here we go again. At nearly every tournament Tiger Woods has played in this year we have thought he was back. At Abu Dhabi, it was the first three rounds before...
- Posted 452 days ago
Preview: Arnold Palmer Invitational
By Pete Pappas GolfWRX Staff Writer Men’s Journal magazine recently published an ultimate “bucket list” of things to do before you die. And one item on the list was “shake hands with Arnold Palmer.” Well you just...
- Posted 454 days ago
Lake Nona wins Tavistock Cup, now let the real games begin
By Michael Williams GolfWRX Staff Writer Some of the best players in the world took some time off to do what most of us would do on an off day; play some golf. The occasion was the...
- Posted 455 days ago
Donald wins Transitions Championship, regains world No. 1 ranking
Luke Donald played like a man who would be king, winning the 2012 Transitions Championship with a magnificent birdie on the first playoff hole over Sang-Moon Bae, Jim Furyk, Robert Garrigus. Coming from three strokes off the...
- Posted 457 days ago
Goosen makes a Masters charge, on top with Furyk
By Seth Kerr GolfWRX Staff Writer Retief Goosen and Jim Furyk are tied at 11-under going into the final round of the Transitions Championship. For Goosen, struggling with a debilitating back injury, it is an incredible recovery...
- Posted 458 days ago
Day 1 of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship
By Seth Kerr GolfWRX Staff Writer When Tiger Woods got called out in 2006 by Stephen Ames, he steamrolled him 9 and 8 for the most lopsided win in the history of the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match...
- Posted 482 days ago
The Perfect Appetizer: Shell Houston Open
With public eyes trained steadily on Augusta National and next week’s Masters, the Shell Houston Open can often be overlooked. But if you join in on that stream of thought you might just be missing a lot, especially...
- Posted 1177 days ago
Ernie Rolling As He Preps For Augusta
"I'd like to put this in some dye–some green dye!” said Ernie Els to the crowd at Bay Hill today as he donned the blue blazer he earned by winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. He...
- Posted 1178 days ago