R&A and USGA agree the golf ball is going too far and is detrimental to the game

Golf’s governing bodies agree that the golf ball is being hit further than ever and something needs to be done about it.

Earlier this week, the golf’s governing bodies the R&A and USGA released the results of a multi-year Distance Insights Project – an examination into whether the modern golf ball, with modern equipment hit by modern players, is going too far.

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A golfer won a tournament using a self-standing putter

The self-standing putter is no longer a gimmick after it was used to win a golf tournament.

Former major league baseballer John Smoltz has turned the self-standing putter from a gimmick into something more golfers may be considering buying.

Smoltz won the celebrity title at the 2020 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions last weekend using a self-standing putter.

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Australian golfers and PGA Tour pledge support to bushfire relief

Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith have started a campaign to raise money for the Australian bushfires relief effort.

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With the support of other Australian tour players and the PGA Tour, Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith have vowed to kick in money for each birdie or eagle they make this week at the Sony Open in Hawaii, with the PGA Tour matching up to $125,000.

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