There is no denying that match play has created buzz at the men's NCAA Championships during the past five years, so why haven't more conference championships adopted the style of play? Our Lance Ringler says they should.
Defending champion Ben Schlottman of Forsyth Country Day School fired a 7-under 65 Friday at the Palmetto High School Championship, breaking Rickie Fowler's tournament record, while Edison High took the first-round team lead.
Natalie Sheary, a former Wake Forest player, experiments with PX3 Custom Mouthwear. The company helps players improve postural alignment, balance and rotation by opening up the air passage and helping create optimal breathing. PX3 also works with NFL and NHL players.
Natalie Sheary experiments with a mouthpiece provided by PX3 Custom Mouthwear while hitting balls on the range at Orange County National. Sheary, a Symetra Tour player, also spent time at the Edel booth next door to PX3. Sheary carries two wedges and a putter made by Edel.
ClubCrown unveiled customized, adhesive driver covers for the first time at Demo Day. The covers, which conform with USGA rules, require a 10-minute installation process and are removable.
"If you sky balls with this thing, it would barely leave a mark," noted Andrew Glaser, ClubCrown founder and CEO.
PX3 Custom Mouthwear displayed mouth pieces designed to capture perfect jaw alignment during the golf swing. By increasing air flow, the mouth pieces are designed to improve postural alignment, balance and rotation.