Which Putter Is In Most Professionals’ Hands?

The Olympic Club in San Francisco hosts the 2012 U.S. Open for the first time since Lee Janzen won the open title there in 1998. It’s a ways away, Website, but it’s never too soon to wonder who the 2012 winner might be. The 2011 Open winner, Rory McIlroy, comes first to mind. However, winning the U.S. Open in back to back years is rare. The last golfer to accomplish it was Curtis Strange in 1988 and 1989. Luke Donald is certainly on a roll. With his win last week, Donald secured the 2011 season earnings title. 2012 might just be his year. Never count out a golfer who’s won the U.S. Open before. Two time winner Retief Goosen isn’t playing too badly right now. If he can bring his game up to his old standards, Goosen might be a three time winner. The same could be said of Ernie Els. The one golfer who it seems many people have written off could once again demonstrate the brillance that made him one of the greatest golfers of all time. Tiger Woods has had his ups and downs on and off the course. However, if he can stay healthy, he might find 2012 to be a very good year.Keep looking, there’s more: 2011 U.S. Open Preview & Fantasy Picks

Here Are The Hottest Clubs On The PGA Tour

One of the best things about following golf is that you have first-hand knowledge of the hottest new equipment. More and more, golf has become a game where players are reliant upon great clubs in order to have long-term success. They will often have the best drivers, the newest iron sets, and they might even be willing to try out the best new hybrids on occasion. So what are the hottest clubs on tour right now?

One of the hottest clubs on tour is the Nike Victory Red driver.

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Check Out What Is In This Guy’s Bag

Golfers are very particular about the equipment that is in their golf bag. Players are superstitious and must ensure that there clubs in their bag are stored in a certain way and that all of the drivers have a lucky club head cover on them. A particularly popular club head cover in recent memory has been the tiger that has been made ubiquitous by Tiger Woods and his historic rise to dominance in the Sport. Other players have club head covers that pay homage to their college mascot or their country of origin.

If you

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Who Is The Rookie Of The Year On The Tour?

A small handful of PGA Tour rookies have made a solid case for Rookie of the Year honors, but only one of them will have the profitable and otherwise beneficial reward bestowed upon them. After a close look at the season’s results and a close examination of some of the most important stats, we have arrived at a conclusion, although we cannot be sure that the good people at the PGA Tour will see things the same way.

John Huh has earned our vote for 2012 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. Over the course of a long and demanding

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Is Phil Mickelson Running Out Of Time To Win?

Phil Mickelson is one of the PGA Tour’s most recognizable and popular players. He has won four majors and a total of 39 events over a 19 year career on tour. Will he win more tournaments? Will he win more majors? Answer to the first question is “yes”. Seven players have won at least seven tournaments after age 40. Vijay Singh has won an astonishing 22 times after turning 40. Kenny Perry has won 11 times, Steve Stricker eight times. Mickelson’s game is still

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Will Tiger Ever Get Out From The Woods?

Five years ago Tiger Woods was not only the most dominant golfer in the world, he was arguably the most dominate person in sports. No matter where he was playing he was always the favorite. And while he may not have won every week he at least did enough to make it interesting, something that couldn’t be said about the other golfers out there. He never seemed out of an event. You got the feeling that being down by nine strokes with nine holes to go wasn’t cause for concern. Plus, everyone else out there on the course could

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Who Will Win The 2012 British Open?

While it may be eight months away it’s never too early to start looking ahead to the 2012 British Open. For the first time since 2001 the open will return to the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in Lytham St Annes, England. Located on the western coast of England, golfers can expect everything that they have grown to love (and hate) about the British Open: wind and rain, all in unpredictable fashion. Yes, it could be sunny and calm when you start on the first hole and rainy and windy by the

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Who Will Win The 2012 U.S. Open?

The Olympic Club in San Francisco hosts the 2012 U.S. Open for the first time since Lee Janzen won the open title there in 1998. It’s a ways away, but it’s never too soon to wonder who the 2012 winner might be.
The 2011 Open winner, Rory McIlroy, comes first to mind. However, winning the U.S. Open in back to back years is rare. The last golfer to accomplish it was Curtis Strange in 1988 and 1989.
Luke Donald is certainly on a roll. With his win last week, Donald secured

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