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Wow, we are going to have a playoff for the AT&T Classic between Ryuji Imada and Kenny Perry.
Who do you think will win?
Based on watching them play the 18th hole, I predict that Ryuji imada wins as he birdied the 18th hole while Kenny Perry played a “too-safe” route. The playoff will begin on the 18th hole by the way.
I might be wrong though, lol… Golf cannot be predicted.
Well, Kenny Perry is on the center of the green. Will he make his putt???
I am predicting for a playoff at this point…
Ohhh…. this is going to be fun…
Will Kenny be able to finish with birdie? Or even finish with par with the pressure?
Will find out soon here…
Paul Goydos is a veteran too but Sergio Garcia has definitely proven himself as “one of the elite” players who can dig down at the heat of competition.
Kudos to the Spaniard for another win for your fan!
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Well, my predictions were a little off for today as Paul Goydos took the lead, Anthony Kim fell way back with a 79, but Sergio Garcia is still in there.
My bet still goes to Sergio Garcia, let’s see what happens tomorrow.
FYI, Anthony Kim still leads in driving distance for the week. That might be his culprit, maybe trying to hit too hard.
In the meanwhile, Paul Goydos leads in putts, which is probably what it takes for a tournament like this.
Too bad again, Tiger wasn’t there to mess up the scores…
Kenny Perry is at the top of the leaderboard with -6 total score while Bernard Langer, Paul Goydos, and Sergio Garcia tied for second at -5.
Anthony Kim, the young Korean American, is at -2, at sole 5th place.
With Tiger Woods not in the game this week, it’s hard to tell who will win as everyone’s a winner.
My bet goes to the youngsters Sergio Garcia or Anthony Kim.
According to Mark O’Meara, golfer with one of the nicest swings in PGA Tour, says Anthony Kim has much better swing than Tiger.
Now, if he’s game is as good as his swing this week, he should be able to win, that is if he can beat Sergio.
Sergio Garcia is at lead after the first round today of 66.
Sergio makes 7 birdies, 1 bogey, and rest pars.
In the meanwhile, Tiger is going through an arthroscopic surgery on his left knee until May 15th, meaning he might be out for awhile.
Who do you think will win this year’s player’s championship?
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Today, I hit the ball like crazy. I mean, I hit the ball so good, it was like cheese melting in my mouth. I hit the ball so good maybe it was even better than sex.
Anyways, here’s my swing thoughts for the day:
On the backswing, really feel the large muscles of your shoulders turn automatically since your hand pressure is so light.
On the downswing, try to really get your shoulders and belly to turn in sync and swing slightly inside out while trying to hold your body straight.
Try this for beginners:
1. Grip the club very light.
2. Feel your large muscles turning on the backswing.
3. Feel like you are holding a basketball and doing a two handed pass on the downswing.
4. Move your lower body and belly at the same speed as your shoulders.
5. Use your lower body and shoulders to hit the ball, not arms or hands.
P.S. One more thang…rhythm…rhythm…rhythm…
There’s many mini-tours that allow amateurs and pros to play together. One of them is Pepsi Tour, which is primarily for people in California. If you want to test your skillz against the pros, you can always sign up as an amateur but play along with the aspiring mini-tour pros.
If you do go pro, you can win a good sum of money provided that you win. Entry fees are along $100 to $300 range and prizes range from $1000 to $5000.