Here is an old video featuring short-game guru Dave Pelz on the Golf Channel explaining mechanics of a chip shot.
When we’re having a few issues with our short game, we always default to Pelz who keeps the wedge game as simple as possible. And we love this one and thought it was worth a share.
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Golf Business Forum 2020 unveils its next group of speakers, with early-bird delegate tickets now on sale.
Working together with Event Partner, Australian Sports Turf Managers Association, and Foundation Partner Golf Australia, Golf Business Forum has just announced its next group of speakers for Australia’s most influential golf business event, to be held in Melbourne from 23-24 June.
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Adam Scott has won his second consecutive tournament after winning the Genesis Invitational in his first start for 2020.
In 2004 Adam Scott unofficially won the tournament formerly known as the Nissan Open at the Riviera Country Club after severe weather reduced the tournament to just 36-holes.
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The wrap-up and a short highlights package that doesn’t do justice to the chaotic ending to the 2020 Qld PGA Championship.
Courtesy of Australian Golf Media
Gold Coast-based Michael Sim has completed the Queensland quinella after dropped shots and scoring miscalculations saw the final round of the Coca-Cola Queensland PGA Championship conclude in chaotic fashion.
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Inbee Park cruised to a three-stroke victory to claim the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open at Royal Adelaide.
Courtesy of Australian Golf Media by Martin Blake
Add to the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open trophy the name of Inbee Park, South Korea’s quiet, humble champion of the game.
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England’s Jodi Ewart Shadoff leads through round one at Royal Adelaide with a bunch of stars right behind including Jeongeun Lee6 and former world No. 1 Inbee Park.
Courtesy of Australian Golf Media
by Martin Blake @ Royal Adelaide
Jodi Ewart Shadoff almost reprised her 65 from round one last year at Royal Adelaide today, and with a seven-under par 66, the Englishwoman leads the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open, just as she did in 2019.
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A massive hit in the US, a “Thunderdome” version of mini-golf is coming to Australian TV screens with Greg Norman on board.
Greg Norman has been announced as one of the hosts of Australia’s version of the US hit TV show Mega Mini Golf.
Titled Holey Moley in Australia, Norman will appear in every episode as “resident golf pro” – a role performed by Steph Curry in the US version of the show.
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After the huge downpour of rain that hit Australia’s east coast in the last week, golf courses are among some of the community spaces currently mopping up.
The weather system that brought torrential rains and drenched large parts of New South Wales and Queensland over the weekend, saw some places receive more than 200mm of rain.
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Royal Adelaide Golf Club is host to the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open this week and you can catch it live on the ABC from 3pm Thursday (AEDT).
A stellar field including defending champion Nelly Korda, Minjee Lee, Karrie Webb, Hannah Green, Jeongeun Lee6, Inbee Park and So Yeon Ryu will tee it up at Royal Adelaide for a share of the US$1.3million
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Australia has a wealth of wonderful, accessible golf courses and Golf Australia Magazine has attempted to rank them once again.
If you missed the December 2019 issue of Golf Australia Magazine you can now check out the list of Australia’s top-100 golf courses for 2020 on their website.
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