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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (8.8.19)

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In this segment, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best #GolfWRX tagged photos on Instagram. In case you aren’t already, there’s a whole load of action going on at our page, so follow us: @golfwrx

Let’s get to it then, here are six of the best #GolfWRX photos from the past 24 hours.

Throwback to Scotty’s retro “Jackpot Johnny” cover from 2009.

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New release on the way from Swag.

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Belt buckle teaser from Bettinardi.

“Black Magic Wand” from Olson Putter Co.

Drew Harvie showcasing Calgary Golf & Country Club.

OG donut marker, and the new OG Divot tool from Tyson Lamb.

Get hashtagging your golf posts #GolfWRX for your chance to feature in our best of Instagram posts in the future!

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How much each player won at the 2021 RBC Heritage

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Stewart Cink rolled back the years at Harbour Town to secure his eighth career win on the PGA Tour, and it has earned the 47-year-old $1,278,000. Harold Varner III and Emiliano Grillo shared second place and will each take home $631,900 for their efforts.

With a total prize purse of $7.1 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2021 RBC Heritage.

1: Stewart Cink, -19, $1,278,000
T-2: Harold Varner III, -15, $631,900
T-2: Emiliano Grillo, -15, $631,900
T-4: Maverick McNealy, -13, $298,791.67
T-4: Corey Conners, -13, $298,791.67
T-4: Matt Fitzpatrick, -13, $298,791.67
T-7: Chris Kirk, 272/-12, $230,750
T-7: Collin Morikawa, 272/-12, $230,750
T-9: Russell Henley, 273/-11, $186,375
T-9: Shane Lowry, 273/-11, $186,375
T-9: Webb Simpson, 273/-11, $186,375
T-9: Cameron Smith, 273/-11, $186,375
T-13: Daniel Berger, 274/-10, $130,995
T-13: Brian Harman, 274/-10, $130,995
T-13: Sungjae Im, 274/-10, $130,995
T-13: Dustin Johnson, 274/-10, $130,995
T-13: Denny McCarthy, 274/-10, $130,995
T-18: Charles Howell III, 275/-9, $87,583.58
T-18: Abraham Ancer, 275/-9, $87,583.57
T-18: Charley Hoffman, 275/-9, $87,583.57
T-18: Matt Kuchar, 275/-9, $87,583.57
T-18: Brian Stuard, 275/-9, $87,583.57
T-18: Matt Wallace, 275/-9, $87,583.57
T-18: Danny Willett, 275/-9, $87,583.57
T-25: Wesley Bryan, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-25: Cameron Davis, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-25: Tom Hoge, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-25: Billy Horschel, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-25: Tom Lewis, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-25: Alex Noren, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-25: Adam Schenk, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-25: Camilo Villegas, 276/-8, $52,273.75
T-33: Doug Ghim, 277/-7, $37,866.67
T-33: Lucas Glover, 277/-7, $37,866.67
T-33: Si Woo Kim, 277/-7, $37,866.67
T-33: Andrew Landry, 277/-7, $37,866.67
T-33: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, 277/-7, $37,866.66
T-33: Kevin Streelman, 277/-7, $37,866.66
T-39: Sam Burns, 278/-6, $30,885
T-39: Tyrrell Hatton, 278/-6, $30,885
T-39: Brendon Todd, 278/-6, $30,885
T-42: Branden Grace, 279/-5, $24,495
T-42: Scott Harrington, 279/-5, $24,495
T-42: Chase Seiffert, 279/-5, $24,495
T-42: Brandt Snedeker, 279/-5, $24,495
T-42: Michael Thompson, 279/-5, $24,495
T-42: Will Zalatoris, 279/-5, $24,495
T-48: Matthew NeSmith, 280/-4, $18,957
T-48: Ian Poulter, 280/-4, $18,957
T-48: Kevin Tway, 280/-4, $18,957

51: Rory Sabbatini, 281/-3, $17,821
T-52: Brice Garnett, 282/-2, $17,004.50
T-52: Mackenzie Hughes, 282/-2, $17,004.50
T-52: Ryan Moore, 282/-2, $17,004.50
T-52: Robert Streb, 282/-2, $17,004.50
T-56: Dylan Frittelli, 283/-1, $16,472
T-56: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, 283/-1, $16,472
58: Luke List, 284/E, $16,259
T-59: Harry Higgs, 285/+1, $15,975
T-59: Robert MacIntyre, 285/+1, $15,975
T-59: Sepp Straka, 285/+1, $15,975
62: Scott Piercy, 286/+2, $15,691
63: Lee Westwood, 287/+3, $15,549
64: Wyndham Clark, 288/+4, $15,407
65: Sung Kang, 289/+5, $15,265
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Billy Horschel wants armlock ban: ‘I’ll give the belly putter back and take away the armlock’

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Billy Horschel has caused a stir this week at the RBC Heritage, with the 34-year-old making the controversial claim that the popular armlock putting technique should be banned as “guys are doing it too good”.

The Florida native explained that the method needs reviewing due to the ability to change the grip position so that it’s “parallel or matches the face” and that he’d even happily exchange the technique for the belly putter.

“I mean, I’m bringing up something different here, and I’m sort going out on a limb, but I don’t think this arm lock putting is — should be allowed either. I’ll give the belly putter back and take away the arm lock.

I think when you look at what guys are doing now with the arm lock and moving the grips to the side where it’s parallel or matches the face and then when you do that up against your arm, I mean, it’s — you know that face is dead square and that face doesn’t rotate at all.

It’s just sort of locked in. Guys are doing it too good.”

Horschel further revealed that there is “a little more flow” in his view with the belly putter and flirted with calling the armlock, a technique very popular on tour, the dreaded ‘A’ word: Anchoring.

“Yes, you could say it’s anchored. I don’t know because I guess anchored is having one point against somewhere and a fixed point. I know that’s not fixed, but it’s something similar to an anchor style.

Like I said, I would rather give them the belly putter back. I think there is a little bit more flow. Some guys going that way are becoming great putters, but it’s just something guys are trying and seeing some benefits for.”

Bryson DeChambeau, Matt Kuchar, Bernhard Langer and now Kevin Kisner are some of Horschel’s peers currently using the armlock method. It’ll be very interesting to see what response we get from them (if any) in defense of the technique.

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Tiger Woods appears to be renovating his practice facility

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Tiger Woods’ home practice facility seems to be getting a makeover this spring, and it has got golf fans speculating on the 15-time major champion’s future.

A photo taken and shared this week by pilot Dakota Atkinson shows Woods’ backyard under construction, with three of the facilities’ four greens being renovated.

Per Tiger Woods’ design website, the facility is broken down as the following:

“Tiger started with a flat, 3.5-acre area, and, teaming with TGR Design, directed its design, layout, and shaping. The result is a practice facility of tournament-conditioned turf and bunkering that recreates the look, feel, and playability of various major courses. Using a variety of turf found on the PGA TOUR, the design allows Tiger to hit almost any shot of 150 yards or less to one of four unique greens.”

What this signifies for Tiger’s future is unclear, with many golf fans suggesting that the renovation could well be for his son Charlie. In contrast, others believe it’s a positive sign for Tiger’s potential comeback.

It’s worth noting that many tour pros have commented on Woods’ good progress from his injuries, and that Rory McIlroy told media before the Masters that: “When you hear of these things and you look at the car and you see the crash, it’s like, you think he’s going to be in a hospital bed for six months. But he was actually doing better than that”

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