VIDEO: PGA Tour Canada players hits self with drive video not supported Check out video of PGA Tour Canada player J.J. Regan hitting himself in the legs with a drive. August 22, 2013 More from Other Tours Video VIDEO: Aussie Green makes rare albatross on par 4 Australian golfer Richard Green made a hole-in-one on a par 4 on Wednesday in what looked more like a game of pinball that a round of golf. More from Featured Video Ask the Expert: Can the British Open's star ams accept free stuff? Golfweek's equipment expert David Dusek explains the rules behind amateurs (like those who excelled at last week's British Open) and free equipment Video VIDEO: Brad Dalke simplifies swing with one tip Amateur golfer Brad Dalke shares swing tip in this instructional video to free up the golf swing. Video VIDEO: Matt NeSmith boosts summer with Players Am win South Carolina native Matt NeSmith won the Players Amateur on July 12, also earning an exemption into the PGA Tour's 2016 RBC Heritage. Video VIDEO: Final-round shootout staged at Players Amateur The top of the Players Amateur leaderboard is packed with top collegians after three rounds at Berkeley Hall's North Course. The field went low on Saturday. Video VIDEO: Temperatures climb, leaders go low at Players Am The temperatures reached triple digits for the second round of the Players Amateur at Berkeley Hall Golf Club, but a handful of current and former collegians continued to pour in birdies. Video VIDEO: Day 1 at the Players Amateur Top amateurs got used to Berkeley Hall's North Course during Round 1 of the prestigious Players Amateur. Video Ask the Expert: Do PGA Tour players hit low-lofted drivers? David Dusek, Golfweek's equipment expert, busts the myth that PGA Tour players are using drivers with very low lofts. Video VIDEO: Duke's Leona Maguire accepts ANNIKA Award Duke freshman Leona Maguire wowed college golf's players, coaches and media this season, enough to win the second annual ANNIKA Award. Video Ask the Expert: Talking wedges, grooves and spin David Dusek explains why manufacturers don't make gap wedges that play more like irons. Video VIDEO: Texas Tech women film promo for NCAA berth Texas Tech's women last played in the NCAA Championship in 1996. The Red Raiders filmed a promo full of trick shots this year to prepare for the competition.