Monthly Archives: February 2020

Blake Elliott Wins Mackenzie Tour-Canadian Tour Q School

I got great news on the Blake Elliott front that I want to share with you all – he’s won the Mackenzie Tour-Canadian Tour Q-School and has full exempt status for the 2020 season!

Not bad for a kid who went from junior college his freshman year to McNeese State University on a transfer, to winning an event in his junior year, to winning 2 events his senior year along with the Southland Conference Player Of The Year before turning pro last summer.

Hearty congrats to him and his family!

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Why Is The PGA Tour No Longer Providing Radar Info??

This is something I noticed early in January but I figured perhaps there hadn’t been enough events played to furnish initial data – but it’s now nearly March.

Has anyone else noticed that the PGA Tour website is no longer providing Shotlink radar data, which would include club impact speed, ball speed, launch angle, spin rates, etc?

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The Post-Modern Golf Swing (Dunaway)

I’ve been doing some soul-searching this winter during my blogging hiatus and I was struggling with to how explain certain things about the Mike Dunaway swing model.

First of all, I was struggling with the very concept of calling it a “Classic Golf Swing” action because… it really isn’t.

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