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Puma launches limited-edition Patriot Pack ahead of the 2019 U.S. Open

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Puma Golf is celebrating this week’s U.S. Open championship with its limited-edition Patriot Pack.

The Patriot Pack features designs inspired by the stars and stripes of the American flag. Mixing the colors of red, white and blue, Puma has infused a dose a patriotism throughout a pair of its IGNITE NXT shoes, P 110 Snapback Cap, a COBRA x CRU headcover and a COBRA x VESSEL Limited Edition Standbag.

IGNITE NXT Shoes ($120)

Featuring a Pro-Form TPU outsole and an organically-altered traction pattern designed for ultimate stability, the shoes feature a red, white and blue colorway, incorporating stars and stripes.

P 110 Snapback Cap Stars & Stripes ($30)

The hat features a navy brim and white body with an embroidered P logo that contains the stars and stripes. A fresh take on Rickie Fowler’s favorite hat.

COBRA GOLF x Vessel Patriot Pack Tour Standbag ($599)

A joint-venture with Vessel, this bag utilizes a white body with red and blue accents to showcase the stars and stripes of the U.S.

COBRA Golf x CRU Patriot Pack Headcover ($99)

COBRA teamed up with CRU to create a Limited Edition headcover, sold in limited quantities on cobragolf.com. The stars and stripes headcover also features Rickie Fowler’s signature.

The Patriot Pack IGNITE NXT shoes and P 110 Snapback Cap are available now through PumaGolf.com

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The hilarious mind game Phil Mickelson used against Colin Montgomerie

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Phil Mickelson may be one of the most charismatic and entertaining characters on Tour, but he’s also one of the fiercest competitors, as we recently saw at Kiawah Island.

With that competitive edge in mind, Lefty is not averse to playing mind games, and when it came to Colin Montgomerie, he implemented a simple yet classic strategy.

Per Monty, Mickelson referred to him as Chris for about a decade, and when Colin addressed him over it, Lefty just continued to call him Chris. Just beautiful.

Of course, the playful Mickelson weighed in on the short clip, adding his surprise that Monty’s forename is, in fact, not Chris.

Whatever it takes, Lefty will find that edge!

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Jack Nicklaus says Bryson-Brooks feud is driven by media

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Ahead of this week’s Memorial Tournament, host Jack Nicklaus has weighed in on the Bryson-Brooks saga, which he feels is media driven.

The feud has escalated in recent weeks, primarily because of a leaked video showing Brooks’ disdain for the golf scientist; however, the 18-time major champion doesn’t believe there is as much animosity between the two as others.

“If a feud is there, my guess it was probably more media driven than by Bryson or Brooks. I don’t think either one of them are driven in that direction. It gets in the news and all of a sudden it’s there.

Could I imagine playing with social media the way it is today? It would drive you crazy. I don’t care what you do, you’re not right or you’re not wrong. You got a side to everything and everybody debates everything.”

The Golden Bear also compared the situation between DeChambeau and Koepka to Arnold Palmer and himself back in the day, revealing that they both had each other’s backs despite the odd feud.

“Did we have arguments with guys? Sure. We all had arguments. Arnold (Palmer) and I were the best of friends but we would have a feud every once in a while. Arnold and I 99% of the time agreed on everything that should be good for the game of golf.

We didn’t agree on some things, but that’s okay. But every time I needed support, Arnold had my back and every time he needed support, I had his back. In the end, I don’t think you would find Bryson and Brooks to be any different.”

 

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Tom Watson: ‘Tiger will be back playing pro golf before next year’s Open’

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A few months after Tiger Woods’ horrific single-car accident, Tom Watson has told media that he believes Tiger will be back playing competitive golf before next year’s Open Championship.

Woods is currently in the midst of what he has called the most “painful” rehabilitation of his life and has been photographed recently on crutches and in a walking boot on his right side.

The location of the injury is key in Watson’s mind, who believes that the leg and ankle break occurring on Woods’ right side allows for a much speedier recovery down the line for Tiger.

Speaking to UK media outlets on Tuesday, Watson said

“I don’t know what to expect. The only thing from a medical standpoint and a physical standpoint is that since it is his right foot that is damaged, you can play golf with a damaged right foot, but you can’t with a damaged left foot.”

As a right-handed player you post on your left side, and if you have a damaged left side then you can’t play. If you have a damaged right side, you can play with a damaged right side.”

As for a predicted date that Watson sees Woods back playing competitive golf, the 8-time major champion pinpointed the summer of 2022: “I would suspect that Tiger will be back playing professional golf before the Open Championship in 2022.”

The 2022 Open will be the 150th edition of the iconic event and will take place at St. Andrews, where Woods has won multiple times.

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