Leading Edge Golf Weekly Roundup – 6/25

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I missed the game last night, does anyone know who didn’t win?

What a scene on Sunday at the Travelers.  I would really like to know what was running through Scottie Scheffler’s mind when the police were running toward him on 18 on Sunday to arrest protesters who had stormed the green.  Luckily, this time Scottie wasn’t arrested and went on to win the tournament on the first playoff hole over Tom Kim.  For those counting at home, that makes six wins before July 1 for Scottie.  That’s….pretty good.

Amy Yang won the Women’s PGA Championship this weekend for her first major in her 75th start.  It was a really cool scene as several of her competitors hung around to congratulate the extremely popular veteran on the 18th green.

As for us, it has been a typically busy week in the shop as we continue to have a full fitting schedule and churn out repairs and regrips that keep our customers out on the course now that the weather has improved.  There is still a lot of season left so call us to book your club fitting today!

Hit the Links!

Check out Wesley Bryan make a 144 YARD (aka 432 feet) putt by taking a full swing with a putter.

I’m somewhat reluctant to share this but a golfer’s wife took his clubs hostage until he completed some housework and left behind a ransom note.  I sure hope my wife never gets this idea.

Jon Rahm doesn’t love drones hovering around.  Hey, don’t worry about it Jon, you get paid no matter what.

Thanks for reading, see you next week!