Gaining mobility is crucial for any athlete and especially a golfer. In this video Blair O'Neal takes you through a great golf mobility workout that can be done at home, on the road or at the gym.
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In 2011 a one of a kind event was born – The Patriot All-America Invitational featuring the best of the best in collegiate golf from every NCAA division plus special invitees. Throughout the 54-hole championship, each participant honored a fallen or severely injured soldier by carrying a bag bearing the name of that individual. This video takes you on the journey of the first five years, the emotional impact of honoring a soldier and the pressures of championship golf.
The Invitational field is limited to 84 players. Entries are subject to rejection at any time, including during play of the Invitational at the discretion of the Tournament Committee for incidents involving amateur status or unbecoming conduct.
The Patriot All-America Invitational shall be conducted over 54 holes of stroke play. In the event of a tie, the champion shall be determined in a hole-by-hole playoff, weather permitting.
Invitation acceptance is due October 1. Entries will be accepted on a first come basis. The entry fee registration deadline is November 1.
Practice round(s) at The Wigwam will be available to contestants beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, December 26. Practice rounds may be scheduled by contacting the Wigwam Arizona golf shop at 623-535-4910.
Developing better rotation isn't achieved by doing endless amounts of rotational exercises. It is achieved by understanding how to control tension and create separation between the moving body part or line of tissue and the rest of the body. Learn how to develop better rotation in this video.
Golf's governing bodies have responded to Dustin Johnson's penalty at the U.S. Open by introducing a local rule that will waive the one-shot penalty if a ball moves on the putting green by accident.
The local rule, effective in January, applies only to accidental movement on the putting green of the golf ball and a ball marker.