Golf News – June 26, 2014
Gauge Design Golf Announces The Availability Of Its G2Devon Center-Shafted Putter
SAN MARCOS, CA, June 24, 2014… Gauge Design Golf, a premium golf company known for creating the most precise milled putters in the golf industry, today announces the availability of the G2Devon center-shafted putter.
The classic Gauge Golf Design Devon head style is available in a center-shafted model in either stainless steel or copper. It features the Gauge Design caliper logo starting on the face and wrapping to the sole for a unique look.
“The Devon is one of our most popular head styles and we are pleased to offer it in several different configurations including the G2Devon center-shafted model. As with all of our putters, we incorporate materials, technology and design to produce a great looking putter that provides optimal performance benefits,” said David Whitlam, Founder and President, Gauge Design Golf.
The G2Devon Putter features a precision milled 303 stainless steel body or copper body. It comes standard with a 71-degree lie, 3.5-degree loft, and 350-gram head weight. MSRP is $350.
Tiger Woods raises PGA Tour energy level with return at Quicken Loans
BETHESDA, Md. – Nobody has fielded more questions about Tiger Woods over his career than Ernie Els, at times to the point that it exasperates him.
Wednesday wasn’t one of those days.
Els hit his tee shot to start his pro-am round at the Quicken Loans National, and without prompting said, “It’s good to have him back, man.”
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This week starts three week British Open qualifying run
BETHESDA, Md. – The Quicken Loans National, also known as the “Return of Tiger Woods,” also is a big week for major champions like Angel Cabrera and Geoff Ogilvy.
This is the first of three PGA Tour events that in effect serve as British Open qualifying.
The R&A has gone away from the 36-hole qualifier that it once staged in Dallas during the Texas Swing in May. The leading four players from among the top 12 at Congressional who are not already exempt get into the Open, which is next month at Royal Liverpool.
Cabrera and Ogilvy have played every year since 2004.
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