Good Friday afternoon from Classic Swing Golf School in Myrtle Beach! I hope everyone had a great week. If you had a chance to be outside, you know it was a perfect weekend for working on your game. If you’re a beginner or a seasoned golfer, there’s still plenty to learn.
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Meanwhile at the Byron Nelson:
Day 2 of the AT&T Byron Nelson is underway. The final 30 players completed their first rounds early this morning. Jordan Spieth (-11) climbed to the top of the leaderboard with a 5-under 65 after finishing 6 under Thursday. He’s tied for the clubhouse lead with Brooks Koepka and Bud Cauley. Perhaps predictably his blistering pace cooled off a bit after making the turn. His approach shots remained merely average, and his putter couldn’t bail him out during a series of birdie looks from beyond 30 feet, creating a string of pars. The fact he hasn’t played perfectly and still finds himself in prime position to pick up his eighth career PGA Tour victory is a promising sign. He should be right back on top once everything starts clicking on all cylinders again, though Jason Day won’t give up the No. 1 ranking without a fight.
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