In the final round of the 2022 AT&T Byron Nelson, Hideki Matsuyama shot a 10-under 62, getting to 24-under par to end the tournament, finishing in a tie for third.
By Abby Parsons, PGA
I was lucky enough to be a part of, and witness, the 2020 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits as an Assistant Golf Professional. My role included seeing the players both before and after their practice rounds and the matches. It was fascinating to watch the variety of demeanors among the players from both sides. Scottie Scheffler, one of the heroes of the U.S. Team, was visibly nervous. Fellow rookie Patrick Cantlay, showed nothing but calm and focus.
Meanwhile, Team Europe walked through the halls full of energy. Paul Casey actually came up to me and asked: “What’s a cheesehead anyway?” with a smile. They embraced the environment like no other team I have seen before. Every player was so different, and every player was there to win.
In this video, which has been created in partnership with Callaway, we look at the key to handicap cuts for many golfers - consistency. PGA professional Ben Emerson puts a list together of his 10 best consistency drills. This covers everything from keys in the golf swing to better chipping and putting techniques. These drills are simple designed to add structure to your practice so you can start making tangible improvements to your golf game.
Of all the items you wear when stepping out on the course to play a round of golf, your footwear is probably one of the most important. Whether you're playing a round on foot or by cart, it’s critical that your feet are comfortable. On average, you may traverse as many as 5 miles during an 18-hole round. In addition, there is more and more research coming out by leading coaches, as well as trainers and physical movement specialists that show how big a role your feet play in making good swings while you play.