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Quick Hits with Lanto Griffin: PGA Tour pro is superstitious about golf balls and shoes

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Lanto Griffin is superstitious when it comes to golf balls. The 31-year-old pro recently took No. 5 golf balls out of his rotation and (…)

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    New Rules For The Green for 2019

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    By Geoff Mangum

    The R&A and the USGA — apparently acting in panic mode as the game of golf continues to shrivel from its “golden age” in the 1970s and 1980s — have acted to simplify the Rules of Golf to shed some of the more ridiculous, picky technicalities that have accrued over the decades to more align the Rules with how amateurs actually play the game and to pick up the pace of play. Much more can and should be done to simplify the game’s Rules by eliminating technicalities without undermining the vital role of skill.

    Below is a summary of the nine major changes that affect play on the green.

    1. Touching green
    2. Marking ball
    3. Repairing damage
    4. Flagstick in the hole
    5. Ball moves
    6. Ball deflected
    7. Pace of play
    8. Damaged clubs
    9. Caddie alignment
    Plus:
    10. Missed opportunities — anchoring and caddie books

    Read the rest of what Geoff has to say about New Rules for the Green for 2019 in the February 2018 Monthly Handicap Improver here:
    
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    Greg Norman talks about Single Length Clubs

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    By Sterling Irons Staff

    Greg Norman is hosting the 30th annual QBE Shootout in Naples, Fla. this week and recently talked about to Golfweek about Single  Length Irons.

    “Believe it or not, if I had to do it all over again as a 13 or 14-year-old, I would go to one-length clubs,” Norman said. “I actually had a set made for me when (DeChambeau) first came and joined Cobra Puma and I got it straight off the bat. When you think about it, my 4-iron and my 8-iron are the same length, but my ball flight was so good on all of them because your spine angle stays the same.”

    Read the full blog post here.   Ready to order your own set of clubs? Check out http://sterlingirons.com

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