Billy Horschel Takes Title in Austin

After a relatively long drought, last winning in 2018, Billy Horschel was able to grind out a win over the hometown fan favorite, Scottie Scheffler. With both players making several unforced errors down the stretch, Billy was able to regroup and finish with off Scottie with one hole left to play. Hats off to Billy on grinding it out.

P.S. - Keep an eye out for Scottie Scheffler...the kid has some game!

Inbee Park Wins Kia Classic

Inbee Park opened her LPGA Tour season with a bang on Sunday in the Kia Classic, on the eve of the ANA Inspriation. Dominating by five strokes, Park cruised to her 21st victory on tour with round of 66, 69, and 69. Keep an eye out for next week's ANA Inspiration, which has a jam-packed field of great golf talent!

Can Rickie Make it to The Masters?

Having fallen to a World Ranking of 94, Rickie Fowler, has fallen outside of the Top 50, that would help him qualify for The Masters. In order for him to qualify, he will need to WIN the Valero Texas Open, otherwise he risks missing The Masters for the first time in 10 years. Yikes!

Swing Tip of The Week: Stop Slicing & Hooking

Are you having trouble with both a slice and a hook? Our good friends at Golf Leadership Academy put together a quick, 4-minute video to help you make some tweaks before you get our on the course this weekend!

By the way- if you're still not a subscriber, today's the last day to get the March box featuring a training aid to help with your putting this season! Sign up

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