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Instagolf roundup – Feb 15

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Here is our weekly roundup of some of the top golf posts on Instagram.

 

Tigers got jokes

With Bryson about to take his tee shot. Tiger in a classic “you know who’s boss” move makes him have the re-tee.

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Happy Valentine's

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Golf is beautiful

As always @montyaerials with a great shot from Victoria National Golf Club

 

Weekly inspiration

Finally! @mydadgolfing got his very first par. I’m sure the next one is still a few rounds away but it will come.

 

Golf club envy

Since I’m looking at a new set of MP18 SCs these really hit the mark for me.

 

But THESE! My god. Take my money!

 

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Rocket Golf Club: The next big thing in golf?

What do you get when you strap a rocket on a golf club? A rocket golf club!

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Rocket Golf Club by Mark Rober
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Each year companies like Taylormade and Callaway try to come up with the next big technology to increase your driving distance. Well, one of my favorite Youtube engineers just left them in the dust with his rocket golf club.

Of course, Mark didn’t have to worry about making it onto the USGA conforming list. But who cares. It’s a rocket golf club! But maybe this can be a future change to the rules of golf.

I hope you enjoy as much as I did.

What’s even better, he published how he made it.

What do you think? How far do you think the balls actually went? Let me know below.

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All 82 Masters Champions

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Masters Champions

Arguably the biggest tournament of the year is just a few short weeks away. And to help get us all ready here is a list of every Masters Champion in the history of the tournament.

Since Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts started the Masters Tournament in 1934, there have been 82 playings of the tournament, and 53 different Masters Champions.

The Masters Champions from 1932-1942
The Masters Champions from 1932-1942 – Horton Smith, Gene Sarazen, Horton Smith (2), Byron Nelson, Henry Picard, Ralph Guldahl, Jimmy Demaret, Craig Wood, Byron Nelson (2)
The Masters Champions from 1946-1954
The Masters Champions from 1946-1954 – Herman Keiser, Jimmy Demaret (2), Claude Harmon, Sam Snead, Jimmy Demaret (3), Ben Hogan, Sam Snead (2), Ben Hogan (2), Sam Snead (3)
The Masters Champions from 1955-1963
The Masters Champions from 1955-1963 – Cary Middlecoff, Jack Burke, Jr., Doug Ford, Arnold Palmer, Art Wall, Jr., Arnold Palmer (2), Gary Player, Arnold Palmer (3), Jack Nicklaus
The Masters Champions from 1964-1972
The Masters Champions from 1964-1972 – Arnold Palmer (4), Jack Nicklaus (2), Jack Nicklaus (3), Gay Brewer, Bob Goalby, George Archer, Billy Casper, Charles Coody, Jack Nicklaus (4)
The Masters Champions from 1973-1981
The Masters Champions from 1973-1981 – Tommy Aaron, Gary Player (2), Jack Nicklaus (5), Raymond Floyd, Tom Watson, Gary Player (3), Fuzzy Zoeller Seve Ballesteros, Tom Watson (2)
The Masters Champions from 1982-1990
The Masters Champions from 1982-1990 – Craig Stadler, Seve Ballesteros (2), Ben Crenshaw, Bernhard Langer, Jack Nicklaus (6), Larry Mize, Sandy Lyle, Nick Faldo, Nick Faldo (2)
The Masters Champions from 1991-1999
The Masters Champions from 1991-1999 – Ian Woosnam, Fred Couples, Bernhard Langer (2), José María Olazábal, Ben Crenshaw (2), Nick Faldo (3), Tiger Woods, Mark O’Meara, José María Olazábal (2)
The Masters Champions from 2000-2008
The Masters Champions from 2000-2008 – Vijay Singh, Tiger Woods (2), Tiger Woods (3), Mike Weir, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods (4), Phil Mickelson (2), Zach Johnson, Trevor Immelman
The Masters Champions from 2009-2017
The Masters Champions from 2009-2017 – Ángel Cabrera, Phil Mickelson (3), Charl Schwartzel, Bubba Watson, Adam Scott, Bubba Watson (2), Jordan Spieth ,Danny Willett, Sergio García

Leave a comment below. Who you think will be the next person to slip on the Green Jacket this year as the 2019 Masters Champion.

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