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10 years after an incredible act of sportsmanship!

10 years after an incredible act of sportsmanship!

10 years after an incredible act of sportsmanship.

Golf Chats is a website to encourage discussions on various subjects relating to the game of golf. I am Mel Sole, Director of Instruction of the Mel Sole Golf School and SAPGA Master Professional.  I invite you to enter into a discussion on this or any article on the golfchats.com website.  The input is for the entire subscriber base to learn something new each time!  Please post your comments below.  Keep it clean and tasteful.  We are here to learn from one another!

April 17, 2020
By Doug Milne Jr.PGATOUR.COM

On Thursday, while home in Orlando, Florida, celebrating his son’s 16th birthday, PGA TOUR veteran Brian Davis received an unexpected call from his longtime caddie, Steve Hulka.

While Hulka certainly didn’t want to interrupt Oliver’s big day, his call’s primary purpose was to wish Brian a happy 10th anniversary.

Not only did the Englishman need no refresher as to what anniversary Hulka was referring to, but he also wasted no time engaging in the celebratory conversation of the 2010 RBC Heritage.  

The anniversary, though, was not the mark of a victory. In fact, it stands to represent one of the most storied losses in PGA TOUR history.

But then again, if ever a victory could emerge from the smoldering ashes of a brutally disappointing loss, it was April 18, 2010, the final round that year at Harbour Town Golf Links.

Most remember how the story unfolded. In search of his first career PGA TOUR title in his then-169th start, Davis followed a bogey-free 5-under 66 in the third round with a 3-under 68 on Sunday. A birdie on the 72nd hole moved Davis to 13-under 271, forcing a playoff with Jim Furyk.

Back at the par-4 18th for the first hole of sudden death, Davis pulled his approach shot left of the green, pin high, into a hazard.

“To this day, for whatever reason, the thing that stands out more than anything was when Slugger (White, PGA TOUR Tournament Director and Rules Official) came over to look at my situation,” Davis said. “Before he walked away, Slugger looked at me and said, ‘Brian, it is a hazard, so just be careful.’ ”

Had Davis’ club touched the reeds in the hazard with his swing, there would have been no problem – provided the reed was intact and not considered “loose.” As fate would have it, the reed Davis did make contact with was not attached.

10 years after an incredible act of sportsmanship!

10 years after an incredible act of sportsmanship!

Brian-Davis-RBC-Heritage.

The result? Davis called a two-stroke penalty on himself. Instead of his first TOUR win, it was the fourth of his five career runner-up finishes in 370 starts.

Had Davis, the only one to know what happened, not reported the infraction, there’s no telling how his life may have been forever changed.

Davis, though, immediately called White back over.  

“At the time, I had no idea what was happening or what was going to happen afterward,” Davis recalled. “I saw a reed move as a result of my swing and got Slugger back over so I could explain what I had seen happen.”

“I can’t believe it’s been 10 years,” said White. “Brian Davis is aces in my book. I was probably only 30 feet away and didn’t see it. But he did. And calling it on himself was incredible.”

“When I did it, I didn’t even think about it,” Davis said. “And I never could’ve imagined what was going to be the fallout with all the TV interviews, radio interviews, magazine and newspaper interviews … and even all the letters I received.”

Did it open his eyes? Not really. Davis was confident in doing what he believed to be simply the right thing.

After everything settled that Sunday night 10 years ago, Davis was asked to come to the media center for a press conference. It coincided with the trophy presentation taking place on the 18th green with Furyk.

“I was happy to oblige going to the media center, but I was also totally deflated,” Davis recalled. “Most people don’t truly understand what losing a PGA TOUR event takes out of a person. So, I was quite numb the whole time trying to process the loss while they are firing questions at me about the ruling and decision I made.”

When Furyk spoke to the media in his winner’s press conference, he addressed the situation straight away – and cited his admiration for Davis. “To be there and be in the battle and have an opportunity to win the golf tournament, and then have to call a penalty on yourself has got to be extremely disappointing,” he said that night. “I admire him for what he did. It’s a testament to our game and the people that play on the TOUR.”

Davis understood the media’s curiosity but said it was difficult being in there, breaking down what was, in fact, a loss.

“I’ll always remember that when I left the golf course later that night, I didn’t have a single text message on my phone,” Davis said this week. “There were no voicemails, no nothing. I figured all my friends and family were scared to reach out to me because they thought I was going to be all ticked off for having lost in a playoff because of a ruling I called on myself.”

After he crossed a bridge off Hilton Head Island, Davis’s phone began to blow up. Until that point, it had no signal.

“My agent just kept calling and calling and calling until I finally picked up,” Davis said. “He told me, ‘Look, I don’t know if you have been paying attention, but this thing has completely blown up, and I have already booked you for interviews tomorrow from 9 a.m. straight until 5 p.m.’”

Having spent the bulk of the time on the phone with family and friends, Davis recalls South Carolina’s drive back home to Orlando going rather quickly. The impact extended much longer than just that night. Everybody was touched by his incredible act of sportsmanship.

“I got lots of letters of support from family and friends and people I didn’t even know,” Davis said. “But the one which really stands out was a letter I got from a teacher somewhere in Texas. She explained that she had used what I did for a project in her class about doing the right thing. She even had every kid in her class write me a letter. That’s when it really hit home. I was just, like, wow.”

Once the attention died down a few weeks later, Davis was able to take stock of what it all truly entailed.

“I was back to looking at my position on lists, and I was looking at upcoming tournaments that I didn’t know if I was qualified for,” Davis said. “Those were all still things I had to consider. But, if I had won, none of that would’ve had to cross my mind. I would have also been able to get excited about taking my family to places like Kapalua.”

He spends his days with his two sons and daughter. While he says his kids are old enough to now understand what they were vaguely remembering seeing a decade ago, Davis prefers them to have a well-rounded picture of all dad has done.

“We don’t want to be remembered in our careers for penalties we call on ourselves,” he said. “I want to be remembered for things like winning the Spanish Open like I did [in 2000 on the European Tour]. That’s the kind of thing I want to remember and be remembered for.”

The PGA TOUR’s collective character is that its members don’t tend to dwell upon game strategy, not always translating into the W. Instead, they place their focus on ways to improve the next time that tee goes into the ground.

Because of the standout event at the 2010 RBC Heritage, Davis just didn’t feel like he had that time to shift gears for several weeks. However, four starts later, Davis claimed his fifth and most recent runner-up finish at the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club.

“All the Hilton Head stuff was a long time ago, and I just don’t think about it much these days,” he admitted. “But even away from the golf course, the subject does still come up. So, that still makes me think about it, but I don’t analyze and process it anymore like I used to.”

Yet, it still resonates.

10 years after an incredible act of sportsmanship!

“What Brian did 10 years ago says so much for his character,” White said. “What a wonderful, wonderful guy. His integrity is next to none. It’s just that good.”

“When you’re on the PGA TOUR, you are on the main stage,” Davis said. “We are self-governed out here, so I think that anytime we can exemplify that and it comes out good, well, then it’s a good thing — no matter who ends up holding the trophy that week.”

Source: Doug Milne Jr.PGATOUR.COM

Pictures: Stan Badz (PGA Tour) SkySports

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Mizuno ST-Z and ST-X Drivers with Mizuno's Product Lead Chris Voshall!

Mizuno ST-Z and ST-X Drivers with Mizuno’s Product Lead Chris Voshall!

Mizuno ST-Z and ST-X Drivers with Mizuno’s Product Lead Chris Voshall!

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It’s the time of the year for the 2021 Mizuno Driver launch – I cannot wait!

Every year around the time of the PGA Show in Orlando, Mizuno launches their new Driver Line-  This year, because of the Covid 19 pandemic, there will be no show, and we will have to slobber vicariously or virtually ( whichever one suits you!)  No matter – I cannot wait to try these new “Big Sticks” as Mizuno drivers have gotten better and better over the last 3 years.  Traditionally, in the iron line, they have lagged behind in technology and manufacturing, but no longer. – Look at these beauties!

According to Chris Voshall, product lead at Mizuno, USA, Chris gives us the low-down on these latest models. You’re welcome!

Source: Mizuno USA and Mel Sole Golf School.

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5 Signs that it is time to buy new golf clubs.

5 Signs that it is time to buy new golf clubs.

5 Signs that it is time to buy new golf clubs.

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5 Signs that it is time to buy new golf clubs.

Worn out groves on your irons are a telltale sign to look for with your irons.

When is it time?

It would be quite an expensive endeavor to buy new clubs every time new (and “better”) equipment hits the market. You’d also only see marginal gains from your equipment year-over-year, so it may not be the best use of your money. On the flip side, however, if you let years and decades pass without upgrading equipment, you’re undoubtedly missing out on improved technology that could help your scores.

So, when is the right time to switch to new equipment?

5 Signs that it is time to buy new golf clubs.

Even outdated equipment will affect you distance and accuracy!

The absolute best way to know for sure is to consult with a professional fitting expert to evaluate your current setup. I can’t recommend this enough. Still, I understand that many golfers won’t go through the complete process, for varying reasons, which is why, for this article, I’ve enlisted the help of David McKee, the production manager at GOLF.com’s sister company True Spec Golf. He’s a longtime expert in the field of club building and fitting. Together, we’ve compiled 5 telltale signs that it’s time for an equipment upgrade.

 

2) Not enough height

Do your drives barely get off the ground, with more of a line-drive flight than a towering moon shot? Are your irons hitting the greens and bounding over the back?

If this is the case, you’re giving up distance and distance control. Penetrating ball flights can be helpful in super windy conditions, but hitting the ball too low can be detrimental in the long run. Every year, new technologies hit the market that help golfers hit the ball higher. If you’re a golfer who hits the ball too low, and you’re playing with older golf equipment, it’s likely that new equipment can be a game-changer. By launching the ball higher into the air, you could gain distance off the tee and control with your irons.

To see the other 3 signs that it is time to but new golf clubs, go here.

Source: Andrew Turskey  GOLF.com

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In the Market for some new Irons?

In the Market for some new Irons?

In the Market for some new Irons?

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Nothing is more exciting for a golfer than to walk to the first tee with a new set of clubs!  It’s like starting all over again – the slate is wiped clean.  The old clubs with their bad mojo are a thing of the past!  Hope springs eternal!  Well, here is your chance to get a look at all the new irons in 2019 before you buy.  Brought to you by PGA.com.  No drooling, please!

The best new irons for the 2019 golf season include new technologies, better materials, and advanced performance to help you feel more confident, dial in your needs, and lower your scores! In the Market for some new Irons?  To save money, use the equipment Value Guide on PGA.com to get money back for your old irons to help purchase new ones!

Mizuno Hot Metal Irons are literally the “hottest” irons on the market right now.  With their multi-metal technology, the ball literally screams off the clubface.

Mizuno Hot Metal irons are the longest irons I have ever played.  Dennis Space.  Pawleys Island, SC.  A happy Mizuno Hot Metal user.

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Is the "Soft Revolution" right for your game?

Is the “Soft Revolution” right for your game?

Is the “Soft Revolution” right for your game?
 
Golf Chats is a website to encourage discussions on various subjects relating to the game of golf. I am Mel Sole, Director of Instruction of the Mel Sole Golf School and SAPGA Master Professional.  I invite you to enter into a discussion on this or any article on the golfchats.com website.  The input is for the entire subscriber base to learn something new each time!  Please post your comments below.  Keep it clean and tasteful.  We are here to learn from one another!
 
I have personally put the Callaway Supersoft golf ball in my bag and I am currently testing to see whether this ball will make a difference to my game.  I certainly like the feel, but am not sure if this ball is right for me with a 100 mph clubhead speed.  When I visit the PGA Merchandise Show later this month and will personally talk to Callaway to get their thoughts on the subject of the “Soft Revolution.”  Watch this site for my report back in early February!  Thanks to Andrew Tursky of GolfWRX for this interesting article!
Is the "Soft Revolution" right for your game?

The Calloway Chromesoft is just one of many softballs on the market today.

 

Everything you need to know about Callaway’s new SuperSoft golf balls

When Callaway did market research on what golfers thought about the feel and the greenside spin of its SuperSoft golf balls, the results showed that 74 percent of golfers thought the feel was “just right.” Only 58 percent of golfers answered the same way about greenside control, however.

That’s why the new SuperSoft golf balls are made with a new “Tri-Ionomer” cover, which Callaway says gives the balls both a softer feel and more spin around the greens.

How much more spin are we talking about? On a 40-yard shot, Callaway testing showed the 2017 version of the SuperSoft launched with 5035 rpm of spin, while the 2015 version launched with 4950 rpm of spin. It’s change that Callaway’s Senior Director of Golf Ball R&D Dave Bartels says golfers should notice.

To read the rest of the very interesting article and to see whether this ball is for you, go here!

Source: Andrew Tursky   GolfWRX

Pictures: Callaway Golf.

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Is the Shaft in your Driver the Right One for You?

Is the Shaft in your Driver the Right One for You?

Is the Shaft in your Driver the Right One for You?

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The Right Shaft to maximize your Distance.

Trying to get the right shaft flex to maximize your driving distance and accuracy is a complicated business.  However, we do have launch Monitors like Trackman, FlightScope and GC2 to make our job a whole lot easier.  Factors to consider.  Clubhead speed, shaft flex, shaft type, shaft weight, shaft length, launch angle, ball speed and total carry distance.  So to say I swing at 100 mph, will not help.  Unless I take all these other factors into consideration.  Randy of Fried Eggs Golf tries to help, but in the final analysis, you need to see a club-fitter and be prepared to spend a couple of hours testing to come up with something close to what you need.  As this is a tiring process, you may want to split it up into two days instead of trying to fit in in all in one day! Good hunting!

It’s experiment time… I use a Ping G driver and three Alta 55 shafts in Stiff, Regular, and Senior to see how flex affects ball-flight.

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The 9 Important Steps to a Correct Clubfitting.

The 9 Important Steps to a Correct Clubfitting.

The 9 Important Steps to a Correct Clubfitting.

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Getting a Correct Clubfitting these days is like having a suit fitted.  

There is nothing worse than a poorly fitting suit and likewise, a poorly fitted set of golf clubs (usually clubs bought off the rack) will make your game feel very uncomfortable. Clubfitting has become popular in the past 10 years as the process becomes more and more user-friendly and much more accurate.  A good clubfitter will use several computerized tools to help him determine the specs required to match the clubs best suited to your unique swing.  Thanks to  of Golf Digest for providing this very educational list!

The 9 Important Steps to a Correct Clubfitting.

Being fitted by a professional club-fitter can make a huge difference to your game!

The 9 Important Steps to a Correct Clubfitting.

If you haven’t noticed, custom clubfitting has become more ubiquitous than craft breweries. As more equipment companies offer drivers with dozens of settings and bouquets of custom shafts, the golf consumer is at once tempted and swept away by a cornucopia of confusing choices. As Jason Fryia, owner of six Golf Exchange stores in Ohio and Kentucky, explains, “I don’t think golf equipment is a self-shoppable product.”

Fortunately, every golf shop, from the 50,000-square-foot megastores to the corner shops one-fiftieth the size, is increasingly equipped with expert fitters divining the right heads, lofts and lengths with a wisdom that encompasses club technology, instruction ideas and even good, old-fashioned people skills. In our fourth listing of America’s 100 Best Clubfitters, we highlight the top facilities in the country that expertly bridge this marriage of art and science, and we offer some of their wisdom to prepare you to embrace the benefits of clubfitting.

1. How to prepare for a club-fitting.

Randall Doucette, a master clubfitter for the Marriott Golf Academy in Orlando, says to approach a clubfitting with an open mind. If you have a swing coach, Doucette says to get a tune-up before going for a fitting. “Come to the fitting with notes on what you’re working on and where you want to get to,” he says. You also should come to the fitting with your current clubs. This gives you and your fitter a baseline for comparing other clubs. Also, Doucette says every good fitting requires patience. “There’s no need for anxiety and nervous tension. We’re here to make you better.”—Keely Levins

2. Why getting fit once is not enough.

One myth about clubfitting is that it’s like buying a tailored suit: Get fit once, and use those specs for life. But that thinking is off base, according to Dan Sueltz of D’Lance Golf Performance Center in Englewood, Colo. Sueltz says avid golfers should be fit every two years. “A lot of things can change in that time,” Sueltz says. “You might experience changes in strength, flexibility, reflexes or have an injury. Your swing might become steeper or shallower, etc.” People also need to realize different manufacturers might have a different specification for length or lie angle. So the fitting you get for one brand might not apply to another one. —E. Michael Johnson

3. Finding the right driver isn’t only about swing speed.

Swing speed can be a starting point.  But the best fitters want to see how you’re hitting the ball. If impacts are across the face, for example, you can bet a large, highly stable driver is best for you.  Even if you swing it faster than Bubba Watson in a bad mood. The right driver is also about how to distibute the weight within the head. Knowing how drivers differ or how that weight can be tweaked can improve how far you hit the ball and how well you square the clubface.

Says Woody Lashen of Pete’s Golf in Mineola, N.Y.: “Finding a driver with the correct center of gravity for the player, whether it’s forward, back or toward the heel, can change the person’s game. For example, a relatively straight hitter who is spinning the ball too much.  Even if he doesn’t swing very fast, he can gain tremendous distance with a driver that will spin the ball less.” —Mike Stachura

To see the rest of the important steps to correct club fitting including a list of the Top 100 Clubfitters, go here!

Source:    Golf Digest

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Wilson Triton Driver made to Toe the Line!

Wilson Triton Driver made to Toe the Line!

Wilson Triton Driver made to Toe the Line!

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This was definitely an “egg on your face” moment for Wilson Staff designers when they were notified by the USGA that their new Wilson Triton Driver, the winner of the “Driver vs Driver” Competition on the Golf Channel was non-conforming!  There was definitely a rush to market after the show and Wilson did not do their due diligence.  However, Wilson has assured all customers who purchased the non-conforming drivers that a) they will be replaced with a conforming driver and b) they will be given a box of Wilson Staff Duo golf balls for their trouble.  Lesson learned – make sure you have your letter from the USGA before you put your product in the retail stores!  Thanks to David Dusek of Golfweek Mag for this very relevant article!  Very Good Job Guys!

The club that won the Golf Channel’s “Driver vs. Driver” contest was deemed non-conforming by the USGA, but Wilson is fixing the Staff Triton and promises to make it legal for golfers to use.

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All the Rage - Single Length Golf Clubs - Are they for you?

All the Rage – Single Length Golf Clubs – Are they for you?

All the Rage – Single Length Golf Clubs – Are they for you?

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British PGA member Mark Crossfield has been reviewing clubs for quite a while now on youtube. I have always enjoyed his reviews because he exhibits such a sense of wonder that you believe each club review must be his first!  That makes me want to watch just to see what happens.  In this video, Mark tests out the single length King Cobra clubs, and plus he provides his review on-course, something different that I found intriguing. Thank you so much for sharing, Mark.

Cobra One Length Forged Irons reviewed and tested by Mark Crossfield PGA professional. Mark hits and tests the new Cobra King One Length irons and talks about how they might help your golf game. With a gap testing and on course real review this is the ultimate test for the new idea from Cobra golf and used by PGA tour Player Bryson DeChambeau.

Source: Mark Crossfield

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There is a golf ball out there for you – Find out which one!

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With all the golf ball choices out there in the marketplace right now, how do you know which golf ball is right for you?  

Todays Golf has taken all the guesswork out of the equation for you.  After testing hundreds of golf balls with almost every brand on the market, they have come up with the longest ball in three different price ranges and three different swing speeds.  If this data doesn’t help you choose a ball for your swing, I don’t know what will!

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