March 22, 2023
This is Roy Smith, PGA, GM at the Talking Stick Golf Club who played in the LPGA Drive on Championship Pro-Am at Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club with our Bunker to Bunker Group.Congratulations to Roy for dunking his second shot for an Albatross from 248 yards out on the Par 5, 7th Hole on the Prospector Course. It was an awesome thing to witness!
Check out the best shots of the day from the final round of the 2023 Valspar Championship, featuring Taylor Moore, Adam Schenk, Tommy Fleetwood, and Jordan Spieth.
THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass is one of the hardest of the year when it comes to golf betting.
Since there’s water on 17 of the 18 holes and high scores can be made in a hurry, players can drop multiple spots on the leaderboard very quickly. The volatile nature of the event makes it hard to predict.
But, there is one trend of late: the last three champions have all been inside the top 10 of the Official World Golf Rankings going into the tournament.
How would you play the famous island green on No. 17 at THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass? Prior to THE PLAYERS Championship 2023, our crews set out to discover how amateurs fare on the challenging par 3 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, on an average day and thanks to ShotLink, we now know how they stack up against PGA TOUR players.
CARLSBAD, Calif. (March 5, 2023) – Kurt Kitayama held off a crowded leaderboard at the Arnold Palmer Invitational to secure his first career PGA TOUR victory with Stealth 2 Plus Driver and TP5x golf ball in the bag. Kitayama used his P·7MC iron, TP5x golf ball and Spider X Hydro Blast putter to make birdie on the 71st hole of the tournament to take the outright lead.
On the 18th hole, Kitayama found the center of the green via his P·7MB 8-iron from 189-yards out in the left rough leaving 47-feet and hit his birdie putt with TP5x to the edge of the cup before tapping in for par to secure the victory.
Kitayama spent time with the TaylorMade Tour team during practice rounds to dial in spin rates and yardages on his fairway woods, while also switching from before a Stealth 2 10.5° driver to Stealth 2 Plus 10.5° producing more consistent spin rates in testing.