Category: Professional Golfers

Tom Lehman Gets Ready to Post Another “Victory”

The Victory Course at Verrado Golf Club

PGA TOUR player/architect Tom Lehman gets extremely excited when it comes to his 10th golf course in Arizona – The Victory Course at Verrado Golf Club. Sporting breath-taking views from the base of the White Tank Mountains in the West Valley, The Victory Course is the main amenity of the 55-plus active adult community being created by Scottsdale-based DMB, one the premiere golf community developers in the country. Continue reading “Tom Lehman Gets Ready to Post Another “Victory””

Long Drive competition from Baltusrol

2016 PGA Championship Long Drive competitionThe 2016 PGA Championship is this week. Wait… Didn’t we just finish the 2016 Open Championship? Yep. The Ryder Cup is coming up, too. Oh, and the Olympics. But don’t worry about the Olympics. Not many TOUR players will be there. They’ve all backed out. Continue reading “Long Drive competition from Baltusrol”

Aaron Baddeley: What’s in the bag?

Aaron Baddeley: What's in the bag?All eyes were on The Open last week, but the PGA TOUR had another event going. It was an exciting finish, too, with Aaron Baddeley of Australia winning his first TOUR event in over 5 years. His last win came in on February 20, 2011 at the Northern Trust Open. Continue reading “Aaron Baddeley: What’s in the bag?”

My Bag: Marc Leishman

Marc LeishmanAfter pretty much every TOUR win, you don’t have to look far for a “what’s in the bag” post. I like to review them, but I am never going to play the same clubs a TOUR pro does. I was flipping through an issue of Golf Magazine, and saw a “what’s in the bag” post featuring Marc Leishman’s clubs. Since he plays Callaway, I decided to share his setup with you here today. So, if you were ever curious what this Aussie is playing, here you go. Continue reading “My Bag: Marc Leishman”

2016 The Open Preview

Royal Troon Golf ClubThe Open returns to Royal Troon Golf Club this year. In 2004 Todd Hamilton won The Open at Royal Troon beating Ernie Els in a playoff. This year… Well, there are a lot of guys that could win. After back-to-back wins, Dustin Johnson is on fire right now. Jordan Spieth is playing good, and Jason Day can’t be ignored. Continue reading “2016 The Open Preview”