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Caddies Angry File  $50 Million Lawsuit Against PGA Tour

Caddies Angry File $50 Million Lawsuit Against PGA Tour

🕔19:32, 24.Mar 2015

While PGA Tour players earn hundreds-of-thousands of dollars wearing logos on their shirts, hats, and golf bags, caddies make zilch and they’re angry, rightfully so. Over 100 PGA Tour caddies filed a lawsuit in February against the Tour, claiming restraint

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Golf’s Toughest Competitor: Lloyd Mangrum

Golf’s Toughest Competitor: Lloyd Mangrum

🕔01:00, 30.Dec 2014

Golf’s Toughest Competitor (More So Than Tiger): Lloyd Mangrum  by Ried Holien People say Tiger Woods is golf’s fiercest competitor, but such talk would just make Lloyd Mangrum laugh. You see, Mangrum was, is, and likely always will be golf’s

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GOLF PENCILS: Gross Story With a Happy Ending

GOLF PENCILS: Gross Story With a Happy Ending

🕔00:58, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Ried Holien Like oxygen and sex, golf pencils become a huge concern only when you’re forced to do without them. “Everyone takes the golf pencil for granted,” says Larry Krane, co-owner and Vice President of Sales for Panda

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BIG Makes a Difference

BIG Makes a Difference

🕔00:57, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Ried Holien Tiger Woods Curls 10 Lbs. Using Just His Pinky. Muscle Means Winning on the PGA & LPGA Tours. “Dude, did you see the massive arms on Tiger?” That seemed to be the most repeated question in

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Pain and Momentum on Tour

🕔00:56, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Interview with John Cook by Dan Poppers Virtually all PGA Tour players “play through pain” says 11-time PGA Tour winner John Cook. GolfNews Magazine: Thinking of the injuries in your career that includes a shoulder injury, and your

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Body Parts and Eyes Need to Be Aligned to the Target

Body Parts and Eyes Need to Be Aligned to the Target

🕔00:35, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Al Geiberger Swing improvement by utilizing proper alignment Once you have the clubface properly aimed, align your body squarely with it. That means you set your feet, knees, hips and shoulders on a line that is perpendicular to

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