AT&T Byron Nelson 2022 + Clicgear Model 4 with FREE Gift!

Date Posted:18 May 2022 

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What s in the bag

KH Lee

Driver: Callaway Epic Max LS (10.5°)

Graphite Design Tour AD DI 6 X

3-wood: Callaway Rogue ST LS (15°)

Graphite Design Tour AD GP 7 X

Hybrid: Titleist TS3 (19°)

Graphite Design Tour AD HY 95 X

Irons: Callaway Apex (4), X Forged CB (5-PW)

True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Mid X100

Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM7 (52°, 56°, 60°)

True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400

Putter: Odyssey Works Versa 2-Ball Fang

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

 

ProTip

 

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Just warming up!

Warming up your body is essential if you want to enhance your performance on the course. Dynamic warmups just prior to your round will prepare your body by increasing your heart rate, improve mobility and increase blood flow and flexibility to your muscles. In simple terms, a dynamic warm-up is stretching through a joint's full range of motion and preparing muscles for more intense exercise to come. An effective warmup should take no more than 5 to 10 minutes unless it is unusually cold, you have a golf-related injury, you have been sitting all day or you drove a long way to the course. See a great warm up drill here.

 

If you want to improve your game, give us a call on 95173471 and make an appointment for a lesson with our PGA David.

 

Product-Review
 

 

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Three wheeler

With a focus on durability and function, Clicgear's awarding winning 4.0 cart stands above the rest. The “game changing” upgrade of the Clicgear 4.0 pushcart is the adjustable upper saddle that can accommodate any bag and changes the angle at which the bag sits in relation to the handle which gives you a perfect fit. Your clubs will sit more upright making sliding them in and out of your bag easier. See some of the other features here. Golf Traders have the Clicgear Model 4.0 on sale while stocks last. If you buy your Model 4.0 buggy this month you will receive a FREE accessory that will fit any Clicgear model. Choose from a GPS Holder, Umbrella Angle Adjuster or a Cooler Tube. Check out the stock we have in store here.

 

Results
 

 

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The PGA tour held the AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas. With only nine holes to play, there were no less than ten players with a chance to win. Defending champion KJ Lee (-26) opened his week with a blemish free 64 and then closed out his second tour title with a flawless 63 and a first victory as a father. See some highlights here. Hot on his heels all day was hometown favorite Jordan Spieth (-25) who ended up alone in second. Needing an eagle for 59 on the final hole in the first round, Colombia's Sebastián Muñoz (-24) had to settle for a course record 60 and in the end shared third place along with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama who closed with a 62. Tied for fifth place were American trio Justin Thomas (-23), Xander Schauffele and Ryan Palmer. Australians in the field were Adam Scott (-16), Jason Day (-13) and Marc Leishman (-13).

 

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The Champions tour held the Regions Tradition at the Greystone G&CC in Birmingham, Alabama. After opening his week with a 65, Steve Stricker (-21) hung onto the lead and started the final round with a three shot advantage. The 55 year old American closed with a 68 and claimed his 8th senior title. See some of his shots of the day here. Alone in second place a distant 6 shots back was Ireland's Padraig Harrington (-15). Tied for third place were Australian duo Stuart Appleby (-14) and Rod Pampling, South Africa's Ernie Els, New Zealand's Steven Alker and Spain's Miguel Angel Jiménez. Other Aussies in the field were David McKenzie (-5), Stephen Leaney (-3), Robert Allenby (+5) and John Senden (+16).

 

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The Korn Ferry tour played the Visit Knoxville Open at Holston Hills CC in Knoxville, Tennessee. After opening his week with a perfect 62, Anders Albertson (-20) went into the final round with a one shot lead. The 28 year old American closed with a 66 and claimed a one shot victory over season points leader Carl Yuan (-19) from China. Alone in third place was South African MJ Daffue (-18) followed by Taylor Montgomery (-16) who tied for fourth place along with fellow American Sean O'Hair. The only Aussie to make the weekend cut was Ryan Ruffels (E).

 

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The European tour held the Soudal Open at the Rinkven International GC in Antwerp, Belgium. One shot behind at the start of the day and three back after six holes, Sam Horsfield (-13) came home with four birdies and a bogey. After a three month injury break, the closing 68 was enough for the 25 year old Englishman to claim a 2 shot victory. A few late bogeys left overnight leader Ryan Fox (-11) from New Zealand in a tie for second place along with Germany's Yannik Paul. Sharing fourth place were South Africa's Oliver Bekker (-10) and Chase Hanna from the USA. Poland's Adrian Meronk (-9) was solo sixth. No Australians made the weekend cut.

 

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The Japanese and Asian tours held the Asia Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup at the Oarai Golf Club in Ibaraki Japan. After starting the final day one shot back, Japan's Shugo Imahira (-8) closed with a tidy 68 to claim his sixth tour title and won a ticket to the Open at St Andrews in July. Tied for second place were his compatriots Hiroshi Iwata (-7), Kaito Onishi, Yuto Katsuragawa and amateur Kosuke Suzuki who closed with a brilliant 63. Sharing sixth place were Kazuma Kobori (-6) from New Zealand and Japan's Rikuya Hoshino. Aussies in the field were Todd Sinnott (-1) and Brad Kennedy (+4).

 

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The LET played the Aramco Team Series - Bangkok at the Thai Country Club in Chachoengsao, Thailand. Starting the final day two shots back, Belgium’s Manon De Roey (-13) closed with a bogey free 66 to capture her maiden tour title. After a closing 68, Sweden’s Johanna Gustavsson (-10) was solo second. Tied for third place were Scotland’s Kylie Henry (-8) and overnight leader and local favorite Patty Tavatanakit who fired a lacklustre 73. The only Aussie girl in the field was Whitney Hillier (-6) who tied for eighth place and also teamed up with fellow pros Chonlada Chayanun from Thailand and Finland's Krista Bakker as well as Thai amateur Pattanan Amatanon to capture the team event (see photo below).

 

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The LPGA held the Cognizant Founders Cup at Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton, New Jersey. After opening her week with some brilliant shot making including a 63 on Saturday, Minjee Lee (-19) started the final round with a one shot lead. The 25 year old Aussie opened with 7 hard fought pars followed by a bogey and then steadied the ship with three late birdies and a two shot victory. See final round highlights here. The door was opened for a fast charging Lexi Thompson (-17) from the USA but she ran out of steam and had to settle for second. Sweden's Madelene Sagstrom (-16) tied for third with Angel Yin from the USA. After a closing 64, Spain's Carlota Ciganda (-15) was alone in fifth. The only other Australian girl in the field was Sarah Kemp (-1).

 

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PGA Tour up coming event
 

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The second major of the year will be held next week with the PGA Championship heading to Oklahoma. Following his controversial remarks on the Saudi Arabian regime and the PGA Tour, Phil Mickelson will not be at Southern Hills CC to defend his title. The best in the world will be there including Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Viktor Hovland, Collin Morikawa, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay, Brooks Koepka, Hideki Matsuyama and Max Homa. Of course, once again all eyes will be on Tiger Woods. Australians on their way to Tulsa will be Cam Davis, Jason Day, Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman, Adam Scott, Lucas Herbert, Matt Jones and Minwoo Lee.

 

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