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Every golfer occasionally gets the itch to squeeze a little more distance out of their drives, but at what price? If you’ve been following along with previous episodes you know how hard we work to improve our accuracy off the tee and no one wants to sacrifice control for the sake of gaining a few extra yards. But here’s the good news: there are simple adjustments you can make to your equipment, setup, and swing that will help you get that extra distance you’re after without leading you down a frustrating path of missed fairways and OB penalties.TUNE IN HERE
Following the first events of the 2017 European Tour season is the Hong Kong Open; a tourney first established in 1959, while not joining the biggest tour until 2001. Last week’s Alfred Dunhill Championship kicked off the new campaign in a big way with South African Brandon Stone dominating the field by seven strokes behind his score of 22-under-par. He became the sixth South African in as many years to take home the trophy in his home country.