Review: Club Glove’s Premium Towel @ClubGloveUSA

 

The Club Glove Original Premium Microfiber Towel

The golf towel is one the most used and most underrated piece of golf equipment. Every golfer has at least one hanging from their bag and countless more in the garage. Tour caddies use a golf towel before and after every shot the pro hits, making the lowly golf towel used more than even the ball.

 The golf folks at Club Glove have given the golf towel its due with their original premium microfiber towels. The 17”x40” caddy towel big and thirsty enough to handle the 7/;00 a.m. dew as well as the 3:00 p.m. thunder shower. It was designed with an 8” long slit at the center that allows the user to easily hang the towel over a golf club for quick access.

With the long length I found it to be like two golf towels, one end for the club heads, the other for grips and hands. Club Glove’s waffled micro fiber towel also took the place of the three tournament towels I normally used to dry my clubs after cleaning them. The caddy towel dried all 14 clubs grips and heads with no trouble.

The Club Glove caddy towel comes with a free 8”x12” pocket version that is perfect for keeping your golf ball clean and dry. The waffle texture removes mud from the ball easily.

Club Glove offers these towels in 15 different colors, as well as personalization, letting you make a golf towel that is your very own.

TheGolfBallGuy.com will be adding the Club Glove golf towel to our first annual “Best Father’s Day Gift List.”

The Bottom Line

The Club Glove Original Premium Microfiber Towel is by far the best golf towel I’ve ever used. At a price of $19.95 you will get your money’s worth out of the Club Glove Original Premium Microfiber golf towel.

Features of Club Glove’s The Club Glove Original Premium Microfiber Towel

Pro Tour-size 17″ x 40″ caddy towel features a large elongated center slit for fitting over club head

  • Free matching 8″ x 12″ “greenside” pocket towel
  • Waffle-textured towels are super absorbent
  • Holds 400% of its weight in water
  • Non-abrasive and virtually lint free
  • 8″ center slit easily fits over golf clubs in golf bag

“Demanded by Tour players and their caddies, these premium pro-tour size microfiber golf towels exceed professional Tour standards and outperform any other towel in golf. Includes free matching “greenside” pocket towel. These premium towels are gentle enough to be used to clean and polish glasses, plastic, chrome and other delicate surfaces without scratching. Hand or machine wash in cold water with mild detergent.”

  

Press Release: SRIXON® 2017 Golf Digest Hot List

SRIXON EARNS GOLD MEDAL FOR EVERY BALL ENTERED ON 2017 GOLF DIGEST HOT LIST

 HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – April 25, 2017 – SRIXON®, a global leader in high-performance golf equipment and a brand Dedicated to Improving Your Game, proudly announces that the 2017 Golf Digest Hot List has awarded a coveted Gold Medal to every Srixon golf ball model entered for testing.

 That includes all five premium models in the current Srixon golf ball lineup:

·         The new Z-STAR and Z-STAR XV ($39.99/dozen), which earned “5 Stars” for Performance and “4.5 Stars” for Innovation and Feel.

·         The new Q-STAR TOUR ($29.99/dozen), which earned “5 Stars” for Performance, Innovation and Feel.

·         The Q-STAR ($24.99/dozen), which earned “4.5 Stars” for Performance and Feel.

·         The new Soft Feel ($19.99/dozen), which earned “5 Stars” for Feel.

 

Srixon is also the only brand on the 2017 Golf Digest Hot List with all three of the following achievements:

·         Five of its golf ball models recognized with Gold Medals.

·         Only Gold Medals for all of its golf ball entries.

·         A Gold Medal winner in all three award categories (“Over $35”, “$26 to $35”, “$25 and Under”).

 

“These incredible results from the Hot List show how strong the full lineup of Srixon golf balls is, with a high-performance model available for every type of player,” said Mike Powell, President of Sales & Marketing for Srixon/Cleveland Golf/XXIO, North America. “To have every one of our entries be recognized with Gold – five models in total – with at least one model in all three categories, this proves we have the most complete lineup of golf balls on the market today. Without question, Srixon delivers total performance.”

 

While world-class PGA TOUR professionals like Hideki Matsuyama (Z-STAR XV) and Russell Knox (Z-STAR) use Tour Performance offerings from Srixon, moderate swing speed amateurs and core recreational players can gain enhanced distance, accuracy and consistency in their games from playing lower-compression offerings like the all-new Q-STAR TOUR, the Q-STAR, and the new Soft Feel, also available in Soft Feel Lady.

 Click here to find a list of authorized dealers carrying Srixon golf balls.

 Click here for the Product Manual and photo/video assets on Srixon Z-STAR SERIES golf balls.

 Click here for the Product Manual and photo/video assets on Srixon Q-STAR TOUR golf balls.

 Click here for the Product Manual and photo/video assets on Srixon Soft Feel golf balls.

 

 

ABOUT Srixon®:

Based in Huntington Beach, CA, Srixon®, is part of the DUNLOP SPORTS CO. LTD family and enjoys a strong presence on competitive tours worldwide. The professional staff includes players such as Graeme McDowell, Keegan Bradley, Hideki Matsuyama, Inbee Park, as well as many others. Srixon®, with more than 80 years of golf ball manufacturing experience, is committed to providing “Tour-proven, premium golf equipment to passionate golfers seeking to improve their performance while enhancing their experience playing the game of golf.” For more information, please contact Eli Miller (714) 889-6441 or visit us online at srixon.com.

USGA: ‘New Rules of Golf Decision Limits Use of Video Review’

34-3/10 Limitations on Use of Video Evidence

It is appropriate for a Committee to use video evidence in resolving questions of fact when applying the Rules (see Decision 34-3/9). Such evidence may lead to the conclusion that a player breached the Rules or to the conclusion that there was no breach. Video evidence may also help players and the Committee in determining other factual questions such as the location of a player’s ball when it has not been found or where a ball last crossed the margin of a water hazard.

However, video evidence can sometimes present complications because of its potential to reveal factual information that was not known and could not reasonably have been known to players and others on the course. Golf is a game of integrity in which the Rules are applied primarily by the players themselves. Players are expected to be honest in all aspects of their play, including in trying to follow the procedures required under the Rules, in calling penalties on themselves and in raising questions with other players or with the Committee when they are unsure whether they might have breached the Rules.

Video technology, especially the use of methods such as high resolution or close-up camera shots that can be replayed in slow motion, has the potential to undermine this essential characteristic of the game by identifying the existence of facts that could not reasonably be identified in any other way. Such evidence should not be used to hold players to a higher standard than human beings can reasonably be expected to meet. For this reason, there are two situations in which the use of video evidence is limited:

  •  When Video Evidence Reveals Things that Could Not Reasonably be Seen with the Naked Eye. The use of video technology can make it possible to identify things that could not reasonably be seen with the naked eye. Examples of this include:
  • When a player unknowingly touches a few grains of sand in a backswing with a club in making a stroke from a bunker.
  • When a player is unaware that the club struck the ball more than once in the course of making a single stroke.

In such situations, if the Committee concludes that such facts could not reasonably have been seen with the naked eye and the player was not otherwise aware of a potential breach of the Rules, the player will be deemed not to have breached the Rules, even when video technology shows otherwise. See also Decision 18/4. In applying this “naked eye” standard, the issue is whether the facts could have been seen by the player or someone else close by who was looking at the situation, not whether the player or anyone else actually saw it happen.

2. When a Player has Made a Reasonable Judgment. Players are often required to determine a spot, point, position, line, area, distance or other location on the course to use in applying the Rules. Examples of this include:

  • Estimating where a ball last crossed the margin of a water hazard (see Decision 26- 1/17).
  • Estimating or measuring where to drop or place a ball when taking relief, such as by reference to the nearest point of relief, to a line from the hole through a point or to the spot from which the previous stroke was made.
  • Estimating or measuring whether a ball that was dropped in taking relief was dropped in the correct location and whether it has come to rest in a position where a re-drop is required.
  • Replacing a lifted ball in relation to a ball-marker or replacing a ball on the spot from which it was accidentally moved.

Such determinations need to be made promptly and with care but often cannot be precise, and players should not be held to the degree of precision that can sometimes be provided by video technology. A “reasonable judgment” standard is applied in evaluating the player’s actions in these situations: so long as the player does what can reasonably be expected under the circumstances to make an accurate determination, the player’s reasonable judgment will be accepted even if later shown to be wrong by the use of video evidence.

  • The relevant circumstances to be considered by the Committee when applying this standard include:
  • The particular actions taken by the player and the context in which they were taken;
  • The player’s explanation of the reasons for those actions; • Information from other players or persons who were there; and
  • The amount by which the location was wrong in relation to the type of determination made, recognizing that certain actions (such as replacing a marked ball on the putting green) can be taken with greater accuracy than other actions that may involve more inherent uncertainty (such as estimating where a ball last crossed the margin of a water hazard at a point well ahead of the player).

This “reasonable judgment” standard also applies to any other type of later information, such as testimony from other persons, that shows that the player made a mistake in determining a spot, point, position, line, area, distance or other location.

These “naked eye” and “reasonable judgment” limitations on the use of video and other evidence are not intended in any way to change or reduce each player’s obligation to be honest in applying the Rules and to raise questions when they are uncertain whether they have breached a Rule. When applying this Decision in any particular case, it is the Committee’s responsibility to assess all the circumstances in determining whether these standards have been met.

 

Tiger Woods’ TGR Design Teams with Johnny Morris, and The Payne Stewart Family

“FOR IMMEDIATE INTERNATIONAL RELEASE April 18, 2017

Johnny Morris, Tiger Woods and the Payne Stewart family partner to create the first TGR Design public access golf course in America
New “Payne’s Valley” Course will honor legacy of Payne Stewart in the beautiful Ozark Mountains
Project includes commitment to expand youth engagement in golf and the outdoors

Artist rendition of “The Rock,” the incredible par 3 19th hole at Payne’s Valley Golf Course, the personal daydream of Johnny Morris

RIDGEDALE, MISSOURI – Noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris today announced a collaborative partnership with 79-time PGA TOUR winner Tiger Woods and the Payne Stewart family that includes plans to create the first-ever public access golf courses designed by TGR Design, a world-class championship golf course and a family friendly short course at Big Cedar Lodge, further establishing the resort as “America’s Next Great Golf Destination.”
The partnership grew from a vision to connect more people to nature by growing the game of golf and outdoor recreation with premier golf, angling and shooting experiences unlike anywhere else in the world. Beyond the championship course, the expansive partnership includes plans for a future Woods-designed par-3 “short course” on Big Cedar property.
World-renowned golf in the center of America
Scheduled to open in 2019 and named in honor of the late Payne Stewart, the new “Payne’s Valley” Golf Course will be

20 Jun 1999: Payne Stewart of the United States celebrates victory with the trophy after winning the 1999 US Open Tournament played on the number two course at Pinehurst in North Carolina, USA. Mandatory Credit: David Cannon /Allsport

the first completed fully public-access course in the world designed by Tiger Woods’ design firm TGR Design. Being built to showcase the region’s natural beauty, the championship course will feature an extraordinarly dramatic 19th hole, “The Rock,” that can be used to settle unfinished wagers. The hole was envisioned by nature-loving Morris, and is set in one of the most dramatic geological features imaginable. The challenging but player-friendly walkable course will have an unforgettable finish where golfers will actually traverse through a breathtaking natural cavern system to return to the clubhouse after completing the 19th hole.
“I couldn’t be more proud to partner with Johnny Morris to debut my first public-access courses at Big Cedar Lodge,” said Tiger Woods. “Johnny’s incredible passion for connecting people of all ages and walks of life to nature is truly inspiring. Together we’re tremendously excited to create a publicly accessible world-class golf experience in the center of America.”

Golf at Big Cedar Lodge

SHOWCASING THE HERITAGE OF THE OZARKS THROUGH THE BEAUTY OF GOLF


Golf Expansion at Big Cedar Lodge

Big Cedar Lodge is building one of the premier golf destinations in the United States. Two new courses are currently being constructed at Big Cedar Lodge by two of the best golf architects in the industry – an 18-hole course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw and a 13-hole family-friendly course designed by Gary Player. With these developments, Big Cedar Lodge more than doubles its golf offering and confirms Johnny Morris’ vision to create a rich golf experience in Missouri to attract visitors from across the nation.

These additions to the golf experience at Big Cedar Lodge will complement the two existing and top-rated courses, Buffalo Ridge Springs and Top of the Rock, creating an unmatched golf getaway in the Ozarks.

The Mountain Top
Course by Gary Player

Expected opening: Spring 2017
The 13-hole Mountain Top Course designed by Gary Player was created to bring a more accessible experience to families, juniors and golfers who are learning the game. The course routes through unforgettable rock formations and includes some of the best vistas in the region, while delivering a rewarding experience for all skill levels. Combining the Gary Player course with the top-rated Buffalo Ridge Springs course, the 9-hole Jack Nicklaus-Signature designed course at Top of the Rock and the new Coore & Crenshaw course; Big Cedar Lodge delivers an unparalleled golf getaway experience and new national destination for golf.

Bill Coore & Ben
Crenshaw Course

Expected opening: Spring 2018
The world-renowned golf course architect team of Coore & Crenshaw shares Johnny Morris’ passion and appreciation for nature and conservation. The design of the new course will be a striking display for the senses and a fitting tribute to the Ozarks region. It will test avid players and golf travelers from around the country and provide the perfect complement to the existing 18-hole layout at Buffalo Ridge Springs, designed by Tom Fazio.

Buffalo Ridge

Springs Course

Course re-opened: June 2014
Buffalo Ridge Springs Course is an 18-hole public golf course ranked by GOLF Magazine as the No. 1 Public Golf Course You Can Play in Missouri 2016-2017. Following Big Cedar Lodge’s acquisition of the course in 2013, renowned course architect Tom Fazio and visionary conservationist Johnny Morris worked side-by-side to complete a major course renovation project. The new layout brings players in close contact with nature and features pristine playing conditions.
Herds of roaming bison graze on the native prairie grasses that surround the golf course boundaries. The renovation unveiled natural rock formations that have been incorporated into the routing of the course. Other improvements include the beautification and enhancement of all water features, the creation of new water features, and completely rebuilt bunkers with new white sand.

Buffalo Ridge covers approximately 450 acres and the course measures 7,036 yards from the back tees.

Top of the Rock

Course Re-opened: June 2014
Top of the Rock is a true celebration of nature and Ozarks heritage, sitting at the highest elevation in Taney County, Missouri, overlooking the Ozark Mountains and Table Rock Lake. The components of Top of the Rock include: Lost Canyon Cave and Nature Trail; Top of the Rock Golf Course, Practice Facilities, and Pro Shop; Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum; Arnie’s Barn Restaurant & General Store; Osage Restaurant; Buffalo Bar; “End of the Trail” All-American Wine Cellar; the Chapel of the Ozarks and the Top of the Rock Civil War-Era Cabin.
Top of the Rock Golf Course offers an unrivaled golf experience with unparalleled panoramic views that highlight the work of the legends of the game who collectively designed it:
Jack Nicklaus – designed the 9-hole, par-3 golf course atop Table Rock Lake that plays co-host to the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge, an annual event on the PGA TOUR Champions schedule.
Arnold Palmer – created a practice facility that features 15 target greens with synthetic and natural grass and water features that simulate a full round of golf.
The 9-hole, par-3 golf course at Top of the Rock co-hosted the first annual Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf tournament in June 2014.This two-man team competition from the PGA TOUR Champions was conducted over 54 holes and was the first and only PGA TOUR-sanctioned event to use a par-3 course in official competition. The tournament, now called the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge, returned in April 2015 and 2016 with the fourth installment scheduled for April 2017.

 

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2017 Valero Texas Open

Field Notes For April 18, 2017

Coming to San Antonio Hot: Several players in the field had a good week at the RBC Heritage Classic last week. Luke Donald finished second, Ollie Schniederjans was tied for third, Brian Gay and J.J. Spaun were tied for 6th and Bud Cauley was tied for 9th.

  • More from Sunday’s finish:  Matt Kuchar, who finished tied for 11th on Sunday, is poised to make his 13th start at the Valero Texas Open, and sixth straight. Kuchar’s best finish at TPC San Antonio is a T4 in 2014, though he finished T2 at La Cantera in 2001.
  • Texas Collegiate Connections: There are 14 players in the field with collegiate connections in the state of Texas. Baylor University – Jimmy Walker; Lamar University – Chris Stroud, Shawn Stefani; Southern Methodist University – Kelly Kraft, Bryson DeChambeau; TCU – J.J. Henry, Tom Hoge; Texas A&M – Ryan Palmer; University of Texas – Bob Estes, Cody Gribble, Beau Hossler, Rick Lamb, Justin Leonard, Jhonattan Vegas.
  • FedExCup History at the VTO: Each year, the Valero Texas Open proves pivotal in the race for the FedExCup. Since being moved to its current spot on the schedule in 2009, the winner of the Valero Texas Open has made it through at least two Playoffs events six of eight times. Jimmy Walker (2015), Adam Scott (2010) and Zach Johnson (2009) made it through the season-ending TOUR Championship.
  • FedExCup Champion: Former FedExCup champion Billy Horschel (2014) is in the field.
PGA TOUR
  • Strong Sponsor Exemptions: Three-time VTO champion Justin Leonard leads a strong group of players receiving a sponsor exemption into the field this week. Two-time major champion Angel Cabrera, 2016 U.S. Amateur champion Curtis Luck, 2015 U.S. Amateur Public Links champion Jordan Niebrugge, 4-time TOUR winner Camilo Villegas and former top-ranked junior golfer in the U.S. Robby Shelton.

 

  • Monday Qualifiers: The Monday Qualifier for the final four spots into the tournament was held at The Club at Comanche Trace. Wesley McClain, Bastrop, TX, was the medalist with a 9-under-par 63 followed by Ted Purdy (Phoenix, AZ 64), Joshua Brock (Wilmington, NC 65) and Zach Cabra (McKinney, TX 67).

 

  • International Flavor:  There are 21 different countries and 49 international players in the field this week. Countries that are represented are: Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chinese Tai, Colombia, Denmark, England, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Puerto Rico, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, USA, and Venezuela.

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Curtis Luck Making Pro Debut @ValeroTxOpen

Valero Texas Open
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Curtis Luck

Press Conference

MARK WILLIAMS: We’d like to welcome Curtis Luck to the interview room at the Valero Texas Open.

Curtis, you’ll be making your professional debut here at the tournament. If you could just give us a sense of the anticipation that you’ve got after being the World ranked No. 1 amateur and you’ve already played a couple of PGA TOUR events, played at the Arnold Palmer invitational and also the Masters just recently.

So, if you could just give us a quick overview of what the experience has been like for you and coming in here for your first event as a professional.

CURTIS LUCK: Sure. Well, I’ve been playing golf ten years now so I guess it’s been a long time coming to be and turning professional. It’s going to be a great week this week to be able to say I could potentially make some money.

I’ve had a really big six months. I’ve played basically professional golf purely for the last four months in particular. I think my last amateur event was in early October last year.

So, I’ve definitely got a lot of experience under my belt and, yeah, I can use this week to put a good couple of rounds in and have a good result.

MARK WILLIAMS: You managed to have a practice round here this morning so you’ve seen the golf course. How do you think your game will matchup to this golf course here this week?

CURTIS LUCK: Yeah. It’s an interesting golf course. It’s very different to the courses I’ve been playing recently. It’s quite Australian in a sense, it plays firm and fast and I know it’s notoriously windy so I guess I’m a little excited to play those conditions and, yeah, see how it goes.

Ultimately it is a tough golf course and you do have to play your way around quite sensibly. Yeah, me and my caddy, we’ll have a good strategy down for Thursday and we’ll see how it goes.

MARK WILLIAMS: If we have any questions for Curtis, please jump in and ask away.

Q. Curtis, how do you prepare for the windy conditions in Texas and are there any types of shots that you focus on?
CURTIS LUCK: Fortunately, where I’ve grown up in Perth, it’s like an extremely windy place. So, I would say that’s — I probably need to prepare more for calm conditions, get my launch up where for this it’s — it feels like home. I’m kind of used to this. My game suits these conditions better.

I wouldn’t say I have to change too much for a week like this.

MARK WILLIAMS: Anyone else?

Q. Are you feeling fatigued, do you have a sickness right now?
CURTIS LUCK: I was sick last week. I’m just coming off it now. I just — I haven’t got my voice back. A little bit tired this week.

Obviously with being ill so I didn’t do as much preparation as I’d like last week but — yeah, I’m feeling physically fine. I just got to get a couple of good night’s rest.

Q. Other than the money, that’s probably the most important difference between amateur and professional, what else is the different?
What other feelings do you feel now that you could potentially make some money in this?

CURTIS LUCK: I guess there’s a little bit more pressure to perform. As an amateur you know you’re kind of paying money to go play and there’s nothing comes out of it, where here, it’s kind of I’m starting to try to make a living so there’s the added pressure.

But, yeah, with my last six months of golf I almost kind of in a way turned professional because I haven’t played an amateur event, like an actual amateur event since October.

So, yeah, as I said, in a way I’ve kind of been professional for awhile now playing these events, just haven’t been able to cash a check yet.

MARK WILLIAMS: Before making the transition, had you sought advice from other players or had other players offered you any advice and, if so, what’s something that stands out perhaps from a another player?

CURTIS LUCK: Yeah. Fortunately I’ve had a great experience playing with some really good players. Played with Jordan Spieth, Geoff Oglivy, Adam Scott, Jason Day.

Yeah, I’ve had to pick up the bench basically for basically what I wanted to play with. They’ve all been really good with adding some advice and how I should go about things.

It’s a little bit different for me this year because I’m playing off invites and I don’t have status yet but most common thing I hear for — from these experienced players is just scheduling right and you can wear yourself out really easily playing obviously a big schedule out here on these big Tours.

They are busy weeks for us as I’ve come to learn over the last few weeks, in particular at Augusta and Bay Hill.

But, yeah, scheduling just seems likes it’s crucial to get right. You don’t ever want to be going into an event feeling like the best you can do is make a cut. You’re out here to obviously chase wins and climb up the leaderboard as much as you can.

So you’re heading into the week not feeling your best and slightly tired, you probably need to, yeah, look at your schedule and I guess have — I know from previous experience for me, it’s more like a three week on, one week off. I can play three weeks in a row and feel great and by the fourth week I start to get a bit tired.

Yet, that’s the most common thing I’ve heard from these very experienced players.

MARK WILLIAMS: Anything else for Curtis?

Being Australian, have you found a base or decided to base yourself somewhere for your campaign for the rest of the season?

CURTIS LUCK: Yeah. At this stage Orlando is the place I’ve been having my time off. Very fortunate, I’ve got a good friend, Ryan Ruffels is in Orlando I’ve been staying and he’s being helping me out a lot because he’s been here for a year now. Yeah, he’s been great.

I still haven’t fully planned out exactly what’s going to happen over the next five months but Orlando looks like it’s going to be a place that I’m going to call home, yeah, for awhile at least.

MARK WILLIAMS: John.

Q. Do you have any other plans to play any other events this year?
CURTIS LUCK: Yeah. I’ve already had invites to three others, to Dean & Deluca — sorry — to Dean & Deluca, Memorial and Quicken Loans.

Just trying to bump up my invites as much as I can for this season. But, yeah, at this stage a lot of it is uncertain because tournaments aren’t in the position to I guess give out things yet. We’re going to be out on a limb for awhile and yet see what happens.

MARK WILLIAMS: Okay. Anything else? All right. Curtis, we appreciate your time and we hope you feel a little better as the week goes on.

Curtis Luck: Yeah.

The 2017 RBC Heritage Golf Tournament #PLAIDNATION

The RBC Heritage, South Carolina’s only PGA golf tournament, is played at Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island. The 7,099 yards, par 71 course was designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus is one of the shortest layouts on the PGA TOUR schedule.

FEDEXCUP: Winner receives 500 points.

Charity: The Heritage Classic Foundation, which has given more than $35 million to outlets in South Carolina and Georgia since its 1987 start.

Defending Champion: Branden Grace

Grace came back from a three-shot deficit in the final round with a 5-under-par 66, clutching his first PGA TOUR title to win the tartan jacket.

Tournament Info: It’s the coming-back-out party for Harbour Town and Hilton Head Island, which suffered the worst damage from Hurricane Matthew’s tear up the southeastern coast last October. Thousands of trees were felled by the storm, and cleanup still can be seen on parts of the island.

Jim Furyk will be, teeing it up at Harbour Town for the first time since he won the event in 2015, missing last year after undergoing wrist surgery.

Since the Heritage moved to the post-Masters slot in 1983, only six players have won without playing the prior week at Augusta National.

Five of the past six winners are also RBC ambassadors: Furyk (2010, ’15), Kuchar (’14), Graeme McDowell (’13) and Snedeker (’11).

Catch all of the action.

TV Schedule: Thursday-Friday, 3-6 p.m. ET (Golf Channel). Saturday-Sunday, 1-2:30 p.m. (GC), 3-6 p.m. (CBS).

PGA TOUR Live: Thursday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. ET (featured groups), 3-6 p.m. (featured holes).

Radio: Thursday-Friday, noon-6 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday 1-6 p.m. (PGA TOUR Radio on SiriusXM and PGATOUR.COM).

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The Masters 2017: What are the Odds

 Dustin Johnson 5/1

Country: United States

Age: 32

Residence: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

College: Coastal Carolina University

World Golf Rank: 1

Turned Pro: 2007

Wins: 16

2017 Masters Qualification: 2016 U.S. Open champion.

Masters Record

Year            Place  Score

2016            T4      -1

2015            T6      -9

2014            T68    +7

2013            T13    -1

2011            T38    +1

2010            T38    +6

2009            T30    -1

Jordan Spieth 7/1
Country: United States

Age: 23

Residence: Dallas, Texas

College: University of Texas

World Golf Rank: 6

Turned Pro: 2012

Wins: 12

2017 Masters Qualification: 2015 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T2      -2

2015  1        -18

2014  T2      -5

Rory McIlroy 15/2

Country: Northern Ireland

Age: 27

Residence: Holywood, Northern Ireland

World Golf Rank: 2

Turned Pro: 2007

Wins: 22

2017 Masters Qualification: 2014 British Open champion. 2014 PGA champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T10    +1

2015  4        -12

2014  T8      E

2013  T25    +2

2012  T40    +5

2011  T15    -4

2010  T69    +7

2009  T20    -2

 

Jason Day 15/1

Country: Australia

Age: 29

Residence: Forest Lake, Australia; Columbus, Ohio

World Golf Rank: 3

Turned Pro: 2006

Wins: 10

2017 Masters Qualification: 2015 PGA champion. 2016 Players Championship Winner.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T10    +1

2015  T28    -1

2014  T20    +2

2013  3        -7

2012  CUT

2011  T2      -12

Hideki Matsuyama 20/1

Country: Japan

Age: 25

Residence: Sendai, Japan

College: Tohoku Fukushi University

World Golf Rank: 4

Turned Pro: 2013

Wins: 11

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour event.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T7      E

2015  5        -11

2014  T68    +7

2012  T54    +9

2011  T27    -1

Justin Rose 20/1

Country: England

Age: 36

Residence: London, England

World Golf Rank: 13

Turned Pro: 1998

Wins: 15

2017 Masters Qualification: 2013 U.S. Open champion. The current Olympic gold medalist.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T10    +1

2015  T2      -14

2014  T14    +1

2013  T25    +2

2012  T8      -4

2011  T11    -5

2009  T20    -2

2008  T36    +7

2007  T5      +4

2004  T22    +2

2003  T39    +9

 

Phil Mickelson 20/1

Country: United States

Age: 46

Residence: Rancho Santa Fe, California

College: Arizona State

World Golf Rank: 19

Turned Pro: 1992

Wins: 70

2017 Masters Qualification: 20042006 and 2010 Masters Tournament champion. 2013 British Open champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T58    +7

2015  T2      -14

2014  T52    +5

2013  T54    +9

2012  T3      -8

2011  T27    -1

2010  1        -16

2009  5        -9

2008  T5      -2

2007  T24    +11

2006  1        -7

2005  10      -3

2004  1        -9

2003  3        -5

2002  3        -8

2001  3        -13

2000  T7      -2

1999  T6      -3

1998  T12    -2

1997  T47    +6

1996  3        -6

1995  T7      -8

1993  T34    +3

1991  T47    +2

Jon Rahm 20/1

Country: Spain

Age: 22

Residence: Scottsdale, AZ

College: Arizona State University

World Golf Rank: 14

Turned Pro: 2016

Wins: 1

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship, from previous Masters to current Masters.

Masters Record

First Masters Appearance

Henrik Stenson 25/1

Country: Sweden

Age: 40

Residence: Orlando, Florida

World Golf Rank: 5

Turned Pro: 1999

Wins: 16

2017 Masters Qualification: 2016 British Open champion. Among 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for 2016.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T24    +6

2015  T19    -4

2014  T14    +1

2013  T18    E

2012  T40    +5

2011  99      +13

2010  T85    +11

2009  T38    +1

2008  T17    +2

2007  T17    +9

2006  T60    +7

Rickie Fowler 25/1

Country: United States

Age: 28

Residence: Jupiter, Florida

College: Oklahoma State University

World Golf Rank: 9

Turned Pro: 2009

Wins: 7

2017 Masters Qualification: 2015 The Players champion. Among 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for 2016.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T69    +9

2015  T12    -6

2014  T5      -2

2013  T38    +4

2012  T27    +2

2011  T38    +1

 

Justin Thomas 30/1

Country: United States

Age: 23

Residence: Goshen, Kentucky

College: University of Alabama

World Golf Rank: 8

Turned Pro: 2013

Wins: 4

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship, from previous Masters to current Masters.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T39    +10

Bubba Watson 30/1

Country: United States

Age: 38

Residence: Orlando, Florida

College: Faulkner State Community College; University of Georgia

World Golf Rank: 18

Turned Pro: 2006

Wins: 12

2017 Masters Qualification: 2012 and 2014 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T37    +9

2015  T38    +1

2014  1        -8

2013  T50    +7

2012  1        -10

2011  T38    +1

2009  42      +2

2008  T20    +3

Adam Scott 30/1

Country: Australia

Age: 36

Residence: Crans-sur-Sierre, Switzerland

College: University of Nevada-Las Vegas

World Golf Rank: 7

Turned Pro: 2000

Wins: 35

2017 Masters Qualification: 2013 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T42    +11

2015  T38    +1

2014  T14    +1

2013  1        -9

2012  T8      -4

2011  T2      -12

2010  T18    -1

2009  T51    +2

2008  T25    +4

2007  T27    +12

2006  T27    +4

2005  T33    +6

2004  T79    +9

2003  T23    +5

2002  T9      -3

Sergio Garcia 30/1

Country: Spain

Age: 37

Residence: Crans-Montana, Switzerland

World Golf Rank: 11

Turned Pro: 1999

Wins: 33

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour event.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T34    +8

2015  T17    -5

2014  T52    +5

2013  T8      -3

2012  T12    -2

2011  T35    E

2010  T45    +10

2009  T38    +1

2008  T46    +4

2007  T66    +10

2006  46      +10

2005  T51    +5

2004  T4      -3

2003  T28    +6

2002  8        -4

2001  T48    +2

2000  T40    +7

1999  T38    +7

 

Patrick Reed 40/1

Country: United States

Age: 26

Residence: Spring, Texas

College: Augusta State University

World Golf Rank: 12

Turned Pro: 2011

Wins: 5

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour event.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T49    +12

2015  T22    -2

2014  T72    +8

 

Brandt Snedeker 40/1

Country: United States

Age: 36

Residence: Nashville, Tennessee

College: Vanderbilt University

World Golf Rank: 22

Turned Pro: 2004

Wins: 9

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour event.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T10    +1

2015  T56    +3

2014  T37    +7

2013  T6      -4

2012  T19    E

2011  T15    -4

2009  T73    +6

2008  T3      -4

2004  T41    +12

Paul Casey 40/1

Country: England

Age: 39

Residence: Phoenix, Arizona; Weybridge, England

College: Arizona State University

World Golf Rank: 16

Turned Pro: 2000

Wins: 14

2017 Masters Qualification:  Top 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for 2016.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T4      -1

2015  T6      -9

2012  T65    +7

2011  T38    +1

2010  T80    +9

2009  T20    -2

2008  T11    E

2007  T10    +7

2005  84      +13

2004  T6      -2

Matt Kuchar 50/1

Country: United States

Age: 38

Residence: Sea Island, Georgia

College: Georgia Tech

World Golf Rank: 21

Turned Pro: 2000

Wins: 9

2017 Masters Qualification: Top 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for 2016.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T24    +6

2015  T46    +2

2014  T5      -2

2013  T8      -3

2012  T3      -8

2011  T27    -1

2010  T24    E

2002  T61    +6

1999  T50    +11

1998  T21    E

Charl Schwartzel 80/1

Country: South Africa

Age: 32

Residence: Vereeniging, South Africa

Height: 5-11     Weight: 160

World Golf Rank: 29

Turned Pro: 2002

Wins: 15

2017 Masters Qualification: 2011 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T63    +8

2015  T38    +1

2014  T52    +5

2013  T25    +2

2012  T50    +8

2011  1        -14

2010  T30    +3

 

Branden Grace 80/1

Country: South Africa

Age: 28

Residence: George, South Africa

World Golf Rank: 20

Turned Pro: 2007

Wins: 11

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour event.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T63    +8

2015  T67    +4

2014  T80    +9

2013  T18    E

 

Zach Johnson 80/1

Country: United States

Age: 41

Residence: St. Simons Island, Georgia

College: Drake University

World Golf Rank: 50

Turned Pro: 1998

Wins: 16

2017 Masters Qualification: 2007 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T63    +8

2015  T9      -8

2014  T63    +6

2013  T35    +3

2012  T32    +3

2011  T50    +2

2010  42      +7

2009  T73    +6

2008  T20    +3

2007  1        +1

2006  T32    +5

2005  T64    +8

 

Lee Westwood 80/1

Country: England

Age: 43

Residence: West Palm Beach, Florida

World Golf Rank: 53

Turned Pro: 1993

Wins: 40

2017 Masters Qualification: Top 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for 2016.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T2      -2

2015  T46    +2

2014  7        -1

2013  T8      -3

2012  T3      -8

2011  T11    -5

2010  2        -13

2009  43      +3

2008  T11    E

2007  T30    +13

2006  T55    +6

2005  T56    +6

2002  44      +9

2000  T76    +8

1999  T6      -3

1998  44      +12

1997  T24    +3

 

Danny Willett 100/1

Country: England

Age: 29

Residence: Sheffield, England

World Golf Rank: 17

Turned Pro: 2008

Wins: 5

2017 Masters Qualification: 2016 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  1        -5

2015  T38    +1

Martin Kaymer 125/1

Country: Germany

Age: 32

Residence: Mettmann, Germany

World Golf Rank: 44

Turned Pro: 2005

Wins: 13

2017 Masters Qualification: 2014 U.S. Open champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T49    +12

2015  T80    +7

2014  T31    +5

2013  T35    +3

2012  T44    +6

2011  T82    +6

2010  T54    +5

2009  T58    +3

2008  T46    +4

Jason Dufner 150/1

Country: United States

Age: 40

Residence: Auburn, Alabama

College: Auburn University

World Golf Rank: 70

Turned Pro: 2000

Wins: 4

2017 Masters Qualification: 2013 PGA champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T69    +9

2015  T49    +4

2014  T85    +10

2013  T20    +1

2012  T24    +1

2010  T30    +3

Jim Furyk 150/1

Country: United States

Age: 46

Residence: Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

College: University of Arizona

World Golf Rank: 57

Turned Pro: 1992

Wins: 29

2017 Masters Qualification: The2016 U.S. Open Championship.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2015  T56    +3

2014  T14    +1

2013  T25    +2

2012  11      -3

2011  T24    -2

2010  91      +12

2009  T10    -7

2008  T33    +5

2007  T13    +8

2006  T22    +3

2005  28      +3

2003  4        -4

2002  T61    +6

2001  T6      -9

2000  T14    +1

1999  T14    E

1998  4        -7

1997  T28    +5

1996  T29    +6

Brendan Steele 150/1

Country: United States

Age: 33

Residence: Irvine, CA

College: University of California-Riverside

World Golf Rank: 56

Turned Pro: 2005

Wins: 2

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour event.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2012  89      +12

Francesco Molinari 150/1

Country: Italy

Age: 34

Residence: London, England

College: University of Torino

World Golf Rank: 31

Turned Pro: 2004

Wins: 5

2017 Masters Qualification: Top 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for 2016.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2014  50      +11

2013  T84    +11

2012  T19    E

2011  T50    +2

2010  T30    +3

Charley Hoffman 150/1

Country: United States

Age: 40

Residence: Las Vegas, Nevada

College: University of Nevada-Las Vegas

World Golf Rank: 52

Turned Pro: 2000

Wins: 5

2017 Masters Qualification: Winner of PGA Tour event.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T29    +7

2015  T9      -8

2011  T27    -1

 

Kevin Na 150/1

Country: United States

Age: 33

Residence: Las Vegas, Nevada

World Golf Rank: 51

Turned Pro: 2001

Wins: 2

2017 Masters Qualification: Top 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for 2016.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T55    +15

2015  T12    -6

2013  59      +13

2012  T12    -2

2011  T59    +3

2010  T64    +6

 

Angel Cabrera 200/1

Country: Argentina

Age: 47

Residence: Cordoba, Argentina

World Golf Rank: 687

Turned Pro: 1989

Wins: 9

2017 Masters Qualification: 2009 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T24    +6

2015  T22    -2

2014  T72    +8

2013  2        -9

2012  T32    +3

2011  7        -9

2010  T18    -1

2009  1        -12

2008  T25    +4

2007  T37    +14

2006  T8      -3

2005  T56    +6

2004  T67    +7

2003  T15    +2

2002  T9      -3

2001  T10    -8

2000  T65    +6

Steve Stricker 250/1

Country: United States

Age: 50

Residence: Madison, Wisconsin

College: University of Illinois

World Golf Rank: 111

Turned Pro: 1990

Wins: 18

Masters Earnings: $931,976

2017 Masters Qualification: Among the first 4 players, including ties, in the 2016 British Open Championship.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2015  T28    -1

2014  T31    +5

2013  T20    +1

2012  T47    +7

2011  T11    -5

2010  T30    +3

2009  T6      -8

2008  T63    +6

2007  T77    +12

2002  T69    +7

2001  T10    -8

2000  T19    +3

1999  T38    +7

1997  T70    +12

1996  T56    +5

Ernie Els 300/1

Country: South Africa

Age: 47

Residence: West Palm Beach, Florida

World Golf Rank: 409

Turned Pro: 1989

Wins: 72

2017 Masters Qualification: 2012 British Open champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T69    +9

2015  T22    -2

2014  T52    +5

2013  T13    -1

2011  T47    +5

2010  T18    -1

2009  T51    +2

2008  T46    +4

2007  T66    +10

2006  T27    +4

2005  47      +10

2004  2        -8

2003  T6      -1

2002  T5      -6

2001  T6      -9

2000  2        -7

1999  T27    +4

1998  T16    -1

1997  T17    E

1996  T12    -1

1995  T56    +3

1994  T8      -2

Fred Couples 300/1

Country: United States

Age: 57

Residence: Newport Beach, California

College: University of Houston

World Golf Rank: 1899

Turned Pro: 1980

Wins: 32

2017 Masters Qualification: 1992 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2015  T89    +9

2014  T20    +2

2013  T13    -1

2012  T12    -2

2011  T15    -4

2010  6        -9

2009  T51    +2

2008  T46    +4

2007  T30    +13

2006  T3      -4

2005  T39    +7

2004  T6      -2

2003  T28    +6

2002  T36    +6

2001  26      -2

2000  T11    E

1999  T27    +4

1998  T2      -8

1997  T7      -2

1996  T15    E

1995  T10    -6

1993  T20    E

1992  1        -13

1991  T33    -1

1990  5        -4

1989  T11    +1

1988  T5      -3

1986  T31    +3

1985  T10    -1

1984  10      -5

1983  T32    +7

Vijay Singh 500/1

Country: Fiji

Age: 54

Residence: Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

World Golf Rank: 242

Turned Pro: 1982

Wins: 75

2017 Masters Qualification: 2000 Masters Tournament champion.

Masters Record

Year  Place  Score

2016  T69    +9

2015  54      +7

2014  T37    +7

2013  T38    +4

2012  T27    +2

2011  95      +10

2010  T83    +10

2009  T30    -1

2008  T14    +1

2007  T13    +8

2006  T8      -3

2005  T5      -4

2004  T6      -2

2003  T6      -1

2002  7        -5

2001  T18    -6

2000  1        -10

1999  T24    +3

1998  T72    +12

1997  T17    E

1996  T39    +8

1995  T64    +4

1994  T27    +6

So Yeon Ryu’s WITB @LPGA #HONMAGolfUSA

Congratulations to So Yeon Ryu of South Korea for her victory at the 2017 ANA Inspiration.  This victory is her 4th career win and 2nd Major victory for Ryu on the LPGA Tour.

1w   TW727-460  9.5’   YZ55-S

5w   TW717-FW  18’    TC55-R

UT   TW727-UT  22’    UT650

UT   TW727-UT  25’    UT650

Iron   TW737-V  #6-10    GS85-R

We   TW-W  50’   NS950-R

We   TW-W  54’   NS950-R

SoYeon Ryu’s Player Profile

BIRTHDATE:
1996-06-29

 

HEIGHT:
5’5.4″

 

BIRTHPLACE:
Seoul, Korea

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  • 2012 Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year 

  • ANA Inspiration (2017) Victory
  • Bank of Hope Founders Cup (2017) 5T
  • HSBC Women’s Champions (2017) 7
  • Honda LPGA Thailand (2017) 2
  • RICOH Women’s British Open (2016) 8T
  • KPMG Women’s PGA Championship (2016) 4T
  • Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic (2016) 10T
  • ANA Inspiration (2016) 10T
  • Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex (2015) 4
  • Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship (2015) 2T
  • HighOne Resort Ladies Open (2015) Victory
  • RICOH WOMEN’S BRITISH OPEN (2015) 3T
  • U.S. WOMEN’S OPEN CONDUCTED BY THE USGA (2015) 5T
  • Kingsmill Championship Presented by JTBC (2015) 2
  • World ladies golf championship (2015) Victory
  • Coates Golf Championship Presented by R+L Carriers (2015) 8T
  • CME Group Tour Championship (2014) 7T
  • Lorena Ochoa Invitational (2014) 4T
  • FUBON 2014 LPGA TAIWAN CHAMPIONSHIP (2014) 7T
  • Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia (2014) 3T
  • Portland Classic (2014) 3T
  • Canadian Pacific Women’s Open (2014) Victory
  • Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning and O-I (2014) 2
  • Walmart NW Arkansas Championship (2014) 5
  • U.S. WOMEN’S OPEN (2014) 5T
  • Manulife Financial LPGA Classic (2014) 10T
  • LPGA LOTTE Championship Presented by J Golf (2014) 5T
  • HSBC Women’s Champions (2014) 4位T
  • Swinging Skirts World Ladies Masters (2013) 2
  • CME Group Titleholders (2013) 9T
  • Lorena Ochoa Invitational (2013) 3
  • Reignwood LPGA Classic (2013) 10T
  • KDB Daewoo Securities Classic (2013) 10T
  • The Evian Championship (2013) 4T
  • Hanwha Finance Classic (2013) 2
  • U.S. Women’s Open Conducted by the USGA (2013) 3
  • Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G (2013) 2
  • World Ladies Championship SALONPAS Cup (2013) 4T
  • North Texas LPGA Shootout (2013) 4T 
  • Kraft Nabisco Championship (2013) 2
  • CME Group Titleholders (2012) 2
  • Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex and Jalisco (2012) 6T
  • Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship (2012) 5 
  • Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia (2012) 5  
  • Hanwha Finance Classic (2012) Victory
  • Jamie Farr Toledo Classic (2012) Victory
  • LPGA LOTTE Championship Presented by J GOLF (2012) 4T
  • Mobile Bay LPGA Classic (2012) 4T
  • ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open (2012) 2T
  • Gold Coast RACV Australian Ladies Masters (2012) 2
  • Navistar LPGA classic (2012) 8T
  • Women’s British Open (2012) 5T
  • Safeway Classic Presented by Coca-Cola (2012) 4T
  • Manulife Financial LPGA Classic (2012) 5T
  • RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup Info (2012) 4
  • US. Women’s Open (2011) Victory
  • LOTTE CANTATA Ladies Open (2011) Victory
  • HYUNDAI China Ladies Open (2010) 2
  • LIG Classic (2010) 6T
  • Nefs Masterpiece (2010) 4T
  • KLPGA 2010 High 1 Resort Cup SBS Charity Women’s Open (2010) 6T
  • Volvic LYLE&SCOTT Ladies Open J GOLF Series (2010) 5
  • SBS Tour 1st Hiddenvalley Ladies Open (2010) 2T
  • WOORI Investment&Securities Ladies Championship (2010) 6T
  • DOOSAN Match Play Championship (2010) 5T
  • KIM YOUNG JOO Golf Ladies Open (2010) 5T
  • Orient China Ladies Open (KLPGA) (2009) Victory
  • KB KOOKMIN BANK Star Tour Grand Final (2009) 4
  • HITE CUP Championship (2009) 4
  • KB KOOKMIN BANK Star Tour (2009) 5
  • High1 Resort CUP SBS Charity Women’s Open (KLPGA) (2009) Victory
  • MBC TOUR S-OIL Champions Invitational (KLPGA) (2009) Victory
  • WOORI Investment&Securities Ladies Championship (KLPGA) (2009) Victory
  • HILLSTATE SEOKYUNG OPEN (KLPGA) (2009) 3
  • DOOSAN MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP (KLPGA) (2009) Victory
  • Sportssoul KIM YOUNG JOO GOLF Women’s Open (2008) Victory
  • 29st Queen Cafes CupAsia Pacific Ocean Women’s Amateur Personal (2007) Victory
  • Doha Asian Games Individual / Group Gold medal (2006) Victory

 

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