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Revealed golfer hit even further than Bryson DeChambeau

Although still at the top of the PGA Tour in terms of driver ability, in another arena, DeChambeau is being closely chased by a world ranked 295 golfer.
At 337.8 yards, Bryson DeChambeau is currently leading the PGA Tour in terms of serving distance this season. The Masters last weekend, DeChambeau was still in form, swinging his driver averaging 324.4 yards. Meanwhile at the European Tour, the best golfer was Wilco Nienaber, with a peak of 336.89 yards.

On November 20, at the same time RSM Classic opened on Sea Island Stadium in Georgia, the old continent’s tournament system also started the Joburg Open event in South Africa. When Wilco Nienaber reached the 597-yard 4-par 5 hole, the 20-year-old golfer’s kick exceeded his own average and DeChambeau’s average distance by over 100 yards, to be exact 439 yards from the white tee. Randpark Golf Club. Even Nienaber’s batting was 16 yards longer with the longest-hit PGA Tour player recorded for the 2020-2021 season, Connor Syme with 423 yards at the US Open in September.
If the ball did not hit the left rough, Nienaber’s driver could have broken the European Tour record set by Nicolas Colsaert, with 447 yards in 2014. After the first round of the Joburg Open, Nienaber kept the top of the group with the round. 63 strokes (-8).
Thanks to weight gain and hard work out, Bryson DeChambeau created an impressive advantage in his ability to hit drivers. However, the “golfer” has issued warnings to players who are intending to act this way.


The American golfer kicks off nearly 91 meters high

Not only creating the impression of horizontal distance, Kyle Berkshire’s swing of the driving force stick also takes the ball to new heights.

Berkshire may be a six-time long-distance soccer event champion, including the 2019 World Long Drive Championship crowning with 406 yards within the final. The Berkshire record ever recorded during this contest is 492 yards.Recently, the golfer born in 1996 also recorded a “record” of high altitude. “This is one among the very best hits I’ve ever hit. it’s nearly 300 feet (91.44 m) tall and flies within the air for about 10 seconds, ”Berkshire said of the new feat on Instagram. consistent with the technical information display at the Drive Shack training ground in West Palm Beach, Florida, from the time the club head touched the ball to the landing, the ball was within the air for 14.5 seconds. the utmost height of the ball was 270 feet (82.3 m), flew 224 yards and continued rolling another 4 yards. Launch angle is at 27.9 degrees while ball speech reaches 169 mph, or 272 km / h.With these numbers, the ball might not get on green as is usually seen. “Would like to see the ball that this high kick left,” Berkshire added on his personal account. especially, the “long-range pitcher” at the PGA Tour Bryson DeChambeau liked the Berkshire post. Considered to be a comparatively safe sport within the context of epidemics, golf business is booming quite ever within the country with the most important number of golf courses within the world.

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Golf fans are happier than fans of other sports

A recent study revealed that golf fans are happy and engaged to interact with the side activities of the sport.
Specifically, Britain’s number one online golf equipment store (Golfsupport) conducted a survey of 6,530 sports fans around the globe. From there, based on the obtained data, we analyzed the fan satisfaction rating, the like – dislike rate (like and dislike) of the videos on Youtube and the level of interaction on social networks. . The results showed that golf ranked number one.

With a happiness index of 90.8 / 100, golf fans topped the list of 10 sports including athletics, tennis, Formula 1 racing, cricket, baseball, boxing, basketball, American rugby and soccer. . The golf fan also has the highest satisfaction (satisfaction) rating among the fans surveyed, with 90.3 / 100.
During the survey, Golfsupport asked fans how satisfied they were on a scale of 1 to 10 with the accessibility of a subject’s coverage, personal experience, support costs, and interests. enjoy playing as well as idol, ideal role model for that sport. There was also a level of fan excitement when watched live; the payment of expenses for related goods; the degree of satisfaction with the president or head director; complexity in the rules of the game and associated sponsors.


Important milestones in Phil Mickelson’s career

Philip Alfred Mickelson (born June 16, 1970) is one of America’s top golfers, who continually captivates fans by his incredible achievements and unique playing style.

A career spanning more than two decades has seen Phil Mickelson emerge as one of the top stars of golf.
Phil Mickelson Basics:
Full name: Philip Alfred Mickelson
Nickname: Lefty
Birthday: June 16, 1970
Zodiac: Gemini
Place of birth: San Diego, California
Nationality: American
Height: 6 ft 3 in – Weight: 91 kg (200 lbs)
Educational background: Cathedral High School, University of San Diego High School, Arizona State University
Father: Phil Mickelson Sr. – Mother: Mary Mickelson
Siblings: Tim Mickelson (older brother), Tina Mickelson (older sister)
Wife / husband: Amy Mickelson (married 1996)
Children: Evan Samuel Mickelson (son), Amanda Brynn Mickelson (girl), Sophia Isabel Mickelson (girl)
Net worth: $ 375 million
Occupation: Golfer at PGA Tour
Competition career: Since 1992
Official site:
Phil Mickelson Childhood and Childhood
Phil Mickelson is one of three children born by Sr. Phil Mickelson and Mary Mickelson. Phil was born in California, raised in Scottsdale, Arizona.
As a boy, Phil always liked to play golf. His parents recalled that Phil was rarely at home, always looking to the nearest golf course. Phil is a right-handed person who plays golf with his left hand.
After graduating from high school, Phil Mickelson attended Arizona State University on a golf scholarship. In college, Mickelson played really well.

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Adrian Otaegui won the Scottish Championship

Having won two European Tour titles but for the first time ever, Adrian Otaegui was crowned at an event in the system’s 72-hole stroke play format.

On a work designed by Sam Torrance, the Fairmont courtyard outside St. Petersburg Andrews, Otaegui are golfer who owns two titles in the European tournament system but are in a match-to-fight format, with Paul Lawrie Match Play 2017 and Belgian Knock-Out 2018. In addition, the Spanish golfer is also known for was fined 3000 USD in an event last year for slow play.
After three rounds of 62-70-70, Otaegui was four strokes behind Matt Wallace’s top when he entered the decisive day. A good start with a birdie point, Otaegui accumulated four more strokes in the first half. The 10-year-old bogey score is the only technical mistake of the 27-year-old golfer because he scored five more birdies, including the scoring phase in the 63-stroke round hole (-9). At -23, Otaegui won the Scottish Championship presented by AXA 2020, a four-stroke difference with runner-up Wallace. Thereby, receiving checks worth 156,825 euros out of a total bonus fund of 1 million euros.
Third place (-17) goes to Aaron Rai, a golfer whose performance has been fairly good at recent events (Irish Open runner-up, Scottish Open champion). Chris Paisley and Garrick Porteous shared 4th place at -16.
The recent victory also helped Otaegui become the third Spanish golfer after legendary Seve Ballesteros and Rafa Cabrera-Bello crowned in a professional tournament in Scotland, “The House of Golf”.

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The Shriners Open set the record for the lowest cut-off in PGA Tour history

With a cut line at -7, the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open became the lowest 36-hole cut-off event in the history of the American professional golf tournament system.
The PGA Tour has been doing the job of keeping detailed records of tournaments since 1970. During the statistical data tour, the Tour recorded the cut-off at -6 (the lowest) appearing a few times, with The last time was also at an event at the TPC Summerlin Stadium in 2008. To the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open 2020, this is the first tournament a golfer needs to achieve -7 or better after two days of competition to win the competition. Go on.

Five golfers are sharing the top spot on the chart with -14 strokes, with four US nationals: Patrick Cantlay, Brian Harman, Austin Cook, Peter Malnati. Scottish golfer Martin Laird joined this group by hitting 63 strokes (-9) earning 6 birdies and 1 Eagle. Also scoring Eagle but better than a birdie, Malnati re-established Bryson DeChambeau’s 62-stroke round on the opening day.
Clinging to the top of the board with a distance of 1 club (-13) is DeChambeau. The “golfer” has twice peged -2 ​​against the par hole on the 67-club scorecard, alongside a birdie and a bogey. 7th place (-12) includes two new season champions: Sergio Garcia (Sanderson Farms Championship), Stewark Cink (Safeway Open) and four other golfers.
Reluctantly becoming a “snowman” after a 16 par 5 hole burning 8 sticks for three shots into the water, Rickie Fowler stopped early at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at score -1 (67-74).

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Hudson Swafford wins the Corales Puntacana golf tournament

Thanks to the result of 69 strokes in the final round, Swafford brought back the second trophy on the PGA Tour after three years of “white title” and being crowned CareerBuilder Challenge 2017.
For all four days, Swafford was part of the group of contenders for the title. With 65 clubs opening on September 24, Swafford shared the top of the table with three other golfers and took the lead over the next 18 holes, despite being stung by a wasp in his right hand. By the third round, Swafford gave up his position to Adam Long but was still able to win the trophy because it was close to the top of Long’s -17 group with a 2-stroke difference.

On the day of the decisive match, Swafford for a moment had a four-stroke lead. Starting from hole 1 of the par72 stadium in the Dominican Republic, Swafford was not only clean of bogey but also collected three birdies with the same Eagle score over the first eight holes. However, a golfer born in 1987 made a mistake with a double bogey in hole 13 and bogey on hole 15 while Tyler McCumber stabilized to close the gap. However, Swafford did not miss the opportunity to enjoy the full 500 FedEx Cup points as well as the ticket to The Masters 2021 thanks to the birdie point at the penultimate hole to bring back the 69-club round.
Swafford became the third player in a row at Corales Puntacana to win the title at -18, behind Graeme McDowell and Brice Garnett. At -17, McCumber finished runner-up while last season runner Mackenzie Hughes finished third (-16). The two top 5 golfers are Nate Lashley (-15) and Adam Long (-14).

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Tiger Woods pledges to defend his title at ZOZO Championship 2020

Super Tiger will kick off at the tournament where he has leveled Sam Snead’s record 82 wins PGA Tour.
On 23/9, the day after the Ryder Cup match to raise the charity of four former world champions ended on Payne’s Valley, Woods confirmed his participation in the golf tournament in the upcoming October via twitter: ” I’m excited to defend my title.”

The ZOZO Championship was the PGA Tour’s first stop in Japan and just appeared on the season’s calendar last year. At that time, Woods was outstanding with an overall score of -19 and continued to make a historic milestone in his career with sticks. This year, due to the impact of the pandemic, the tournament is still under the organization from the 22nd to 25th of October, but was moved from Japan to the Sherwood Country Club in the US. The par 72 golf course in Southern California designed by Jack Nicklaus is one of the most familiar battlegrounds in Woods’ home town. Super Tiger has won the Hero World Challenge 5 times in the role of both host and golfer, with the most recent victory in 2011.
According to the 2020-2021 “Super Season” schedule of the PGA Tour, ZOZO Championship will be part of the West Coast series of events early in the season. Before the week when Woods defended the title would be two events in Las Vegas: Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, TPC Summerlin (October 8-11) and the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek Stadium (October 15-18).
The PGA Tour’s “WLaw Seasons” marked the season with the most events since 1975 (51 awards). The new season will include 50 events, including 14 affected tournaments (postponed, canceled) of 2020.

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21 golfers scored negative in the first round of the US Open 2020

Justin Thomas lead with a score of -5, while another 20 golfers hit below par70 in the opening round of the major at West Winged Foot, New York.
Thomas’s 65-stroke record on September 17 was the culmination of six US Opens held at West Winged Foot. The previous record belonged to Fuzzy Zoeller, with 66 strokes, in the second round of 1984.
“It’s fun to have 65 strokes in any field. But, at Winged Foot it is of so much happiness,” Thomas said. “This is such an outstanding movement for my next three days. However, if the score is positive in the first round, the opportunity will not necessarily be closed.”

Standing after Thomas was the T2 group of Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters and Matthew Wolff reached -4 together. Next is T5 at point -3, including Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen.
T8 is six people and T16 is eight people, with one stick difference decreasing. Then there were 123 people from even par to the bottom of the table. In which, the bottom score of +10 belonged to Lukas Michel, an amateur golfer attending the award at the invitation of the governing body – the American Golf Association (USGA). Phil Mickelon, the owner of the “sad” memory to earn six times second position to the US Open, is at T142, standing second.
Tiger Woods stands at T71 at +3, next to the famous players like Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, and Jordan Spieth. Johnson recently won the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup and won the “Best Golfer” of the PGA Tour and ended the 2019-2020 season at the top of the world table. And defending champion Gary Woodland stood T92 with +4, right after the 36-hole cut line according to PGA Tour.

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Ending the intense BMW Championship 2020 tournament with the final championship belonging to golfer Joh Rah, this helped Jon Rah to beat Dustin Johnson and get his first win at the Fedex Cup Playoffs that took place the previous week.

It can be said that the BMW Championship 2020 ended in an unforgettable way with the competition of 2 excellent golfers thriving for the championship title and leaving many memorable emotions for the fans.

John Rahm scored a birdie from nearly 20.1 meters to defeat Dustin Johnson in the bottom hole and win the BMW Championship.
The last round at Olympia Fields, par70 recorded John Rahm hitting 64 strokes, breaking the recent record of the league achievement – 66 strokes which he himself set in the penultimate round. Meanwhile, Dustin Johnson finished 18 holes with 67 strokes. Because of the same finish at -4, both must decide whether to win or lose at 18 par4, 498 yards.
At the top of this hole, Dustin Johnson caught the ball on the left side of the tree and was thrown back to the fairway. John Rahm also went in the same direction, but passed the top, going 366 yards. Both went green after the second shot, but Dustin Johnson had an advantage over John Rahm because he was closer to the hole. With the further ball position, John Rahm putt first. 20.1 meters from the target’s mouth, he chooses the left putt. John Rahm rolled the clubface with enough force to move the ball roll to the top of the slope and then down and straight into the crater to collect the birdies. Meanwhile, Johnson only hit par after two putts.