Non-conforming wedge at U.S. Senior Women’s Open | Compassgate | ANGC lengthening the 5th?
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1. A non-conforming wedge…at the U.S. Senior Women’s Open
One the hand hand, this makes sense: The competitors at the U.S. Senior Women’s Open are largely amateurs or pros who are no longer playing. Thus, it was always going to be likely that some of the women were, say, playing with wedges that no longer conform, etc.
2. Latest in Compassgate
3. ANGC lengthening the fifth?
While the venerable club is surely pleading the fifth, sources say the home of the Masters is in the process of adding 30 yards to the fifth hole.
4. 2 big problems with club fitting
Writing for GolfWRX, the eminent Bobby Clampett says…
5. Reed: Tiger & Phil should put up their own money in match
It’s a sentiment that has been voiced elsewhere, but to hear Patrick Reed say it is interesting: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson should each wager $5 million of their own money in their potential $10 million duel.
6. On that note: Tiger vs. Phil prop bets
While the match between the two golfing heavyweights is yet to be confirmed, and a date is yet to be set-heck, Tiger Woods hasn’t even said anything about the possibility since The Players-that hasn’t stopped the oddsmakers from from setting lines and configuring prop bets.
7. “It’s awesome”
8. Place your bets!
Odds to win the John Deere Classic (via Bovada)
9. Nearly $20K to charity, thanks to TW’s bag
The camouflage bag Tiger Woods used over the weekend in his previous start at the Quicken Loans National has raised a nice sum of money for his foundation.