Good Thursday from Classic Swing Golf School in Myrtle Beach! The weather here is HOT HOT HOT!
If you're planning to take a lesson in the near future, worry not, Classic Swing has indoor hitting stations!
I am really looking forward to fall for cooler temps and golf! The Presidents Cup, scheduled for next month gives the world's best non-European players an opportunity to compete in international team match-play competition. A biennial event played in non-Ryder Cup years, the U.S. holds a 7-1-1 record in The Presidents Cup overall.
From golfchannel.com just today:
The U.S. and International Presidents Cup teams have been finalized. Now comes the fun part – pondering the pairings. The GolfChannel.com writers lists three pairings they most want to see at next month's matches.
By JASON SOBEL
• Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley. The old veteran and the young rookie made for a formidable duo at last year’s Ryder Cup – and there’s no reason to think they won’t again next month. Mickelson wants to play with Bradley, Bradley wants to play with Mickelson, and Fred Couples is the kind of captain who likes to keep his players happy. Don’t be surprised to see ‘em together for three or four matches.
• Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth. I’m not holding my breath for this one. Everyone knows Tiger will likely team with Steve Stricker – at least to start the competition. That doesn’t mean I won’t wish for it to happen. It would be fun to see Woods partnered with the game’s most exciting young player. Being exposed to a jolt of youthful exuberance would get him smiling more. And he plays better when he’s smiling.
• Adam Scott and Jason Day. Conventional wisdom says captain Nick Price should keep his two best players far away from each other, partnering each with a player of lesser talent. But here’s another way of looking at it: Put the two friends together in the first match of each session and he could go for an early win and some trickle-down momentum throughout the rest of the team. Anchormen don’t always have to run the anchor leg.
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