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THE SWING JUICE BLOG

 

Honoring Augusta

Everyone has a favorite golf tournament, and let’s be honest, it takes place in Augusta. Below are nine of our favorite Augusta Collection shirts and the story behind them.

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PGA Tour Pro-Am's

What do you when you want to know all about the PGA Tour but you don't play on the PGA Tour.  You come here of course.  Leave the Pin In Podcast brings you inside the action of the PGA Tour during the Wyndham Championship.  Monday saw the BB&T Pro-Am event take place.  26 pros and their 3 amateur partners competed on the famed Sedgefield CC.  We decided to follow on...

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Let's Bet on the Open Championship

The last Major of the year is this week which means, since we’re in the UK, we need to check the betting odds.  If you’re in the UK and you don’t bet, you’re odd.  The Open or as some non-golfers call it the British Open is my favorite event all year.  I wake up early, sit in peace and enjoy the candid splendor the R&A’s crowning achievement. Get your money...

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CHRISTINA KIM

I got the chance to speak with Christina Kim recently.  The best selling author, Solheim Cup Firebrand, Trendsetting LPGA Tour Golfer tells all about life on tour, her favorite music and what makes her tick. Leave the Pin In-What was your first event ever as a pro? Christina Kim-My first event played as a professional was the 2002 on the Futures Tour, now known as the Symetra Tour. It was...

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It's good to be different.

Is it good to be different?  Is it OK to be the black sheep, out of step with the rest of mainstream golf?   Most people would tell you no.  Most teachers would have you fit into an Adam Scott mold and steer you away from anything to do with Moe Norman or Jim Furyk.  Most pundits will talk about position A and how effortless Freddie and Ernie look. If everyone...

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Greatest Current U.S Golfer *Hint...Not Who You Think It Is.

Tom and Arnie and Jack and Tiger, that's who you're thinking...I know it.  As the fourth of July dawns many of us will think about this country in terms of BBQ, Beer and Fireworks.  As golfers, many of us will go to our clubs or local muni's and play in Flag Tournaments or Firework Scrambles.  I'd like to do the opposite right now and shine a light on a tour...

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Golf is Everywhere

I live in Pennsylvania for just about 9 months out of the year.  I live in North Carolina for June/July and most of August.  Truth be told I would love it to be the other way around but that is not in the cards as of yet.  No matter where I reside, I, like you, probably base a lot of my decisions around golf.  Golf influences how I socialize, how...

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Taking a Break From Golf.

Breaking up is hard to do.  Absence makes the heart grow fonder.  You don't know what you got 'till it's gone.  Sometimes the old adages are right.  If many of you are like me then even when you play A LOT of golf you never play enough golf.  Look, if work and family didn't take up the majority of my time I'd be playing golf everyday...or least I thought. I...

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Where Golf is Truly Fun.

Truth be told, I have played a lot of golf in my life.  Not as much as I like, but enough to make most people jealous.  I have been fortunate enough to play from coast to coast.  From venues that have hosted wars at the shore to the home of american golf.  From goat tracks to G.O.A.T tracks that don't wan't to be named because they don't crave the publicity. ...

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How Iconic is Pebble and the U.S Open?

Some things in life go together so well you wouldn't think of one without the other.  Think the McCartney and Lennon, the Jackson 5, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Phil and Gambling.  Pebble Beach is the Ying to the U.S Open's Yang.  Pebble beach opened in 1919 and celebrated its 100th birthday this year.  The old gal is looking pretty damn good for just hitting triple digits.  She might have grown...

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