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The 19th Hole Episode 163: Torrey story!

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Host Michael Williams recaps the week at the U.S. Open in Torrey Pines. Also features European Tour star Joost Luiten and Tom Southworth of Southworth Development.

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Golf's Perfect Imperfections

Golf’s Perfect Imperfections: When the competition level raises around you…opportunity knocks!

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In this episode, we analyze the two types of swingers in golf which are hitters and swingers. We also reflect how good competitors learn to raise their performance when they are in the presence of someone who exemplifies excellence in the practice or their execution.

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Club Junkie: Club changes at the Invitational

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Played in a club invitational and had to make a few club changes during last week’s Invitational that I played in. The driver was really good until it wasn’t, then had to bring in a reliever to finish the tournament. Each morning I was the guy on the range with multiple drivers as you would expect!

 

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Golf's Perfect Imperfections

Golf’s Perfect Imperfections: Shorter shaft on driver?

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If you hit your 3-wood farther than your driver you could be a candidate for a shorter shaft with the driver. All it takes is a nice session with a launch monitor with a 3-wood and identify the clubhead speed with the driver and the 3-wood and you may be surprised with the findings.

 

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