This week we present the very compact swing analysis of Michael Kim, fresh form his decisive victory at The Greebrier, together with a comprehesive lesson on golf as a 2 target game and the roundup of this weeks world golf news.

Lesson of the Week

Golf as a 2 Target Game

Golf News of the Week

AUSTRALIAN PGA TOUR
EUROPEAN PGA
Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open
Winner: Brando Stone – 20 Under – 260 – $1,300,00
Runner-Up: Eddie Pepperell (England)  – $ 880,325
Highlights:  https://www.golfchannel.com/video/highlights-final-round-scottish-open/
Leaderboard: http://www.europeantour.com/europeantour/season=2018/tournamentid=2018058/leaderboard/index.html#/results

 

USA PGA TOUR
A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier – $7,300.000 Prize Money
Winner: Michael Kim – 27 under – 257 – $1,044,000
T2 Francesco Molinari and Joel Dahmen -17
Highlights: https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqgmwoWkgTU
Leaderboard: https://thegolfnewsnet.com/golfnewsnetteam/2018/07/15/2018-john-deere-classic-purse-winners-share-prize-money-payout-110159/
CHAMPIONS TOUR
2018 Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship
Exmoor Country Club,  Highland Park,  IL
Winner: Vijay Singh – 20 under won in a playoff at the 2nd extra hole
Runner-up: Jeff Maggert –  20 under
Highlights: https://www.pgatour.com/champions/leaderboard.html — check out videos
Leaderboard: https://www.pgatour.com/champions/leaderboard.html
LPGA
Marathon Classic July 12-14
Winner: Thidapa Suwannapura 14 under $240,000.00  Won in Playoff
Runner-Up: Brittany Lincicome                 $149,262,00
Leaderboard: http://www.lpga.com/leaderboard
https://thegolfnewsnet.com/golfnewsnetteam/2018/07/15/2018-john-deere-classic-purse-winners-share-prize-money-payout-110159/
Leading Australian:Katherine Kirk – 15 under – $22,186
Leaderboard: http://www.lpga.com/leaderboard
ASIAN TOUR

Indonesia Open July12-15

Pondok Indah Golf Course | Par: 72 
Winner: Justin Harding -1
Runner-Up: Scott Vincent-2
Leaderboard: https://www.golfchannel.com/tours/asian-tour/2018/indonesia-open/

Swing of the Week

Michael Kim

Upcoming Workshops

Workshops in Brisbane and Melbourne 

3 Hour CGS Control Workshop

Using our unique “Incremental Accuracy Program” we take each student through the baby steps to build control from short putts and chips, through pitch shots to full swing.

Dates:    Melbourne July 22 – 1 pm to 4 pm,

Brisbane July 23 – 9 am to 12 noon

Cost:     $147 (Normally $197)

Venues: Melbourne – Eagle Ridge Golf Course

Brisbane – Nudgee Golf Course

People: 2 min and max 5

3 Hour CGS Consistency Workshop

Using the high-tech Brain Frequency measuring product of FocusBand and its Apps to help train the brain to frequencies that promote higher levels of awareness, focus and coordination.

Through customised coaching you build an “Address Routine” that helps the processes of relaxation, visualization, focus, and a positive self-belief that assists and delivers optimum results both in practice and on the golf course – plus the added benefit of “having fun” during and following the process.

Dates:    Melbourne August 19 – 1 pm to 4 pm,

Brisbane August 20 – 9 am to 12 noon

Cost:     $147 (Normally $197)

Venues: Melbourne – Eagle Ridge Golf Course

Brisbane – Nudgee Golf Course

People: 2 min and max 5

5 Day Playing School in November with Chris and Peter

November 12 – 16 at Moonah Links and Surrounding Courses on the Mornington Peninsula (Melbourne) – Details to come in following publications. Register your interest by emailing us at crokergolfsystem@gmail.com

Did you Know?

The Open Championship

In Britain, the tournament is best known by its official title, The Open Championship, or simply the Open. Outside of the United Kingdom, the tournament is often referred to as the “British Open” to disambiguate the tournament from other national open golf tournaments, such as the U.S. Open. Likewise, the Masters and PGA Championship are often referred to as the “U.S. Masters” and “U.S. PGA Championship” outside of the United States, the latter being distinguished in the UK from the European Tour’s BMW PGA Championship.[] In recent years, the R&A has worked to discourage media outlets from referring to the event as the British Open; for instance, the tournament’s current television deal with U.S. network NBC contractually forbids the broadcaster from doing so. NBC presenter Johnny Miller admitted that during their first year as broadcaster, he sometimes had to correct himself on-air after accidentally referring to the event as the British Open. The Open’s women’s counterpart, however, is officially titled the Women’s British Open.

Some U.S. critics have argued that the insistence of referring to the tournament as “The Open” expresses an opinion of exceptionalism for the event by the R&A in comparison to other open golf tournaments, albeit one that is justified due to its history.