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Stenson Takes The Fire All The Way To Red Hot Matsuyama

by Suzanne Kemper, Nassau, Bahamas World No 4 Sweden’s Henrik Stenson almost caught Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama on the home stretch at Albany Golf Club, Nassau at 2016 Hero World Challenge. Matsuyama, who had won three of his past four events ahead of this week, claimed a fourth in five weeks shooting an 18-under par tally. Matsuyama teed off with a seven stroke leader at 19 while Stenson was -12. And it was the 2016 Open Champion who insisted the Japan No. 1 was not going to have it all his ...
Tiger Woods admits he's uncertain what driver he will take into 2017 after being uncomfortable all week using the new TaylorMade M2 driver.

Woods Insists He’s Just Grateful To Be Competing Again Despite Lowly Hero World Challenge Result.

Nassau, Bahamas … Tiger Woods insisted he’s just grateful to be competing again despite finishing near the tail of the field on his return to competition at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. Woods continued to be upbeat after posting a final round 76 that including taking a double bogey at the final hole for a third occasion and end with a four-under par tally on the Albany course. It saw Woods finish 14 shots adrift of Japan’s red-hot Hideki Matsuyama, who despite a final round ...
Tiger Woods insists he's taking steps forward despite a late round set-back on day three of the Hero World Challenge.

Woods Insists He’s Progressing Despite Late Round Slip At Hero World Challenge.

Nassau, Bahamas … Tiger Woods insists it was still a sign he’s progressing despite posting a final hole double bogey on day three of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. Woods, who is ending a 466-injury absence, was tied in third place with seven holes to play on route to posting a two under par 70 to fall back into share of 10th at eight under par in the 17-player field. Woods kept the golfing Cinderella dream return alive in igniting his third day right from the outset with three one-putt ...
Justin Rose Team GBs new gold winning Olympian.

What We Learn From Rose’s Withdrawal At Hero World Challenge … Special Report By Kiran Kanwar.

by Kiran Kanwar, Nassau, Bahamas …  Looking at Justin Rose on the practice range prior to the practice round of the Tiger Woods Foundation’s Hero World Challenge was to see a disaster waiting to happen. All it needed was a look at how very flexed his spine, hips and knees were and how they were being maintained that way even during the early downswing which takes place at great speed. Speed is something which is particularly high for an athletic professional golfer. Here are remarks from ...

Bubba Chasing Hard To Defend Hero World Challenge Crown.

By Suzanne Kemper, Nassau, Bahamas … Watson Chasing Hard to Defend his HWC title defending Hero World Challenge Champion Bubba Watson after Thursday’s slow start, lit up the Albany Golf Course, taking full advantage of his length to rocket up the leaderboard with a 63. A great start with 29 on the front with two eagles and three birdies.”It was trusting these irons after the windy yesterday. I hate to say this I made birdie with a wedge- a new wedge! Then laughing, “I made birdie ...
Tiger Woods with the first fist pump at the 2016 Hero World Challenge holing a 25-foot par putt at 16.

Tiger Woods Faced Three-Hour ‘Cool Down’ Session Posting Sizzling Hero 65.

Nassau, Bahamas .. Tiger Woods was facing a three-hour cold tub ‘cool down’ period after posting his hottest score in 15 months with a sizzling 65 on day two of the Hero World Challlenge in the Bahamas. Woods was soaked in sweat after superbly fighting his way back from a disappointing opening 73 to snatch the clubhouse lead at six under par in hot and humid conditions on the Albany course. Woods, using the putter than earned him 13 of his 14 Majors, needed just 25 putts and in his best round ...

Putting Aids Used By Some Of Golf’s Best … Special report by Kiran Kanwar.

Nassau, Bahamas … Putting Aids used by some of the top Golfers of the World  … Special report by Kiran Kanwar. What would be the bottom-line most important requirement of any golf swing, including its mini-version, the putt? To increase the margin for error, given the fact that the club cannot help but swing in an arc, especially with the longer putts, simply because the two arms are locked on the club’s handle and are at either end of a centrally rotating spine.  A look at all the ...