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Bryson DeChambeau Wins Rocket Mortgage Classic by 3 Shots

Bryson DeChambeau pounded protein shakes and lifted iron to transform his body, adding 40 pounds of mass, and changed his game to put a premium on power. The plan is working.

With jaw-dropping drives and some clutch putts, DeChambeau won the Rocket Mortgage Classic by three strokes Sunday for his first victory of the season and sixth overall. He became the first PGA Tour player since 2004 to lead a tournament in driving distance, along with shots gained off the tee and putting.

Golf shoes can be a hefty investment, especially if you want to play in what the best players in the world are wearing, but do you get more performance the more money you spend? That's what Golf Monthly wanted to find out, so they pitted three 2020 spikeless shoes at different price points up against each other at West Hill Golf Club to see how they compared.

Vie, Inc., a new sports and entertainment philanthropy company, today invited golfers of all ages and skill levels to participate in the "Chip Shot Challenge" (www.giveforgolf.com) to support the Golf Emergency Relief Fund (GERF) and provide assistance to thousands of golf industry workers impacted physically or financially by COVID-19.

PGA of America President Suzy Whaley helped launch the campaign with a trick shot of her own by successfully chipping a shot into a floating flamingo in her pool.

Check out the top shots from every round of the 2020 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands where Dustin Johnson claimed his 21st victory on TOUR and extended his career-long season victory streak to 13.

Mickelson Begins Golf Life After 50 with Silky 64

Phil Mickelson birdies No. 9 at Travelers

In the opening round of the 2020 Travelers Championship, Phil Mickelson lands his 90-yard approach 8 feet from the cup at the par-4 9th hole. He would make the putt for birdie. 

It was a good day out for the old guy.

Phil Mickelson’s first PGA TOUR round since turning 50 on June 16 showed why he might not be shifting over to PGA TOUR Champions any time soon.

The 44-time TOUR winner’s day at the Travelers Championship began with news he’d earned aspot in this year’s U.S. Open at Winged Foot (Sept. 17-20) after the USGA announced its new exemption criteria in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

The rules of golf are important to know if you want to get and then lower your handicap. In this video, Neil Tappin and Jezz Ellwood look at 10 golf rules myths - these are all things that players do either think they are proceeding under the rules when actually that rules doesn't exist or, worse still, they are getting the rule wrong and could end up with penalty shots or even disqualification. If you can understand these 10 golf rules myths you should avoid any unnecessary rules-related trouble!

The PGA Professional Championship is the Members' Showcase Event

A compelling case can be made for celebrating four defending champions and toasting a Triple Crown host during the 2020 PGA Professional Championship presented by Cadillac, Club Car and OMEGA, July 19-22, in the heart of Texas Hill Country at Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin.

A foursome of defending champions and a Triple Crown host? Indeed, the field of 312 PGA Professionals representing all 41 PGA Sections throughout America begins the 72-hole race for the Walter Hagen Cup looking skyward at four proven “defending champions.”

Meanwhile, Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa completes the third leg of its Triple Crown for hosting major events for PGA Professionals by rolling out its red carpet for the nationally televised (Golf Channel) PGA Professional Championship after welcoming the PGA Cup last September, plus the Senior PGA Professional Championship and Women’s PGA Cup in October.

Slow play is one of the biggest problems golfers face. Spending what feels like endless hours on the course watching others play can be extremely frustrating and whilst a round of golf will always take a certain amount of time, there are plenty of things we can all do to keep the pace up. In this video, Neil Tappin runs down Golf Monthly's 9 top tips to beat slow play. He looks at everything from preparing to play to the basics relating to your scorecard and where to leave your bag. If we could all do these 9 things as often as possible, we think a round of golf would be faster and more enjoyable!