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Amateurs vs. Island Green at TPC Sawgrass Before THE PLAYERS

How would you play the famous island green on No. 17 at THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass? Prior to THE PLAYERS Championship 2023, our crews set out to discover how amateurs fare on the challenging par 3 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, on an average day and thanks to ShotLink, we now know how they stack up against PGA TOUR players. 

Kurt Kitayama Wins First Career PGA TOUR Event at Arnold Palmer Invitational with Stealth 2 Plus Driver and TP5x

Kurt Kitayama Wins First Career PGA TOUR Event at Arnold Palmer Invitational with Stealth 2 Plus Driver and TP5x

CARLSBAD, Calif. (March 5, 2023) – Kurt Kitayama held off a crowded leaderboard at the Arnold Palmer Invitational to secure his first career PGA TOUR victory with Stealth 2 Plus Driver and TP5x golf ball in the bag. Kitayama used his P·7MC iron, TP5x golf ball and Spider X Hydro Blast putter to make birdie on the 71st hole of the tournament to take the outright lead.

On the 18th hole, Kitayama found the center of the green via his P·7MB 8-iron from 189-yards out in the left rough leaving 47-feet and hit his birdie putt with TP5x to the edge of the cup before tapping in for par to secure the victory.

Kitayama spent time with the TaylorMade Tour team during practice rounds to dial in spin rates and yardages on his fairway woods, while also switching from before a Stealth 2 10.5° driver to Stealth 2 Plus 10.5° producing more consistent spin rates in testing.

8 Golf Gear Trends for 2023

In this video Neil Tappin is joined by the Golf Monthly gear team - Joel Tadman, Martin Hopley and Sam De'Ath - to look at the trends they've picked up on from the new launches in 2023. From higher spinning low spin drivers to mallet putters for arcing strokes, there are some interesting developments that could help your game!

Top-Notch Field Expected in Phoenix for 2023 LPGA Drive On Championship at Superstition Mountain Golf Club

GOLD CANYON, Ariz., Feb. 28, 2023 – With just one month to go until the LPGA Tour returns to Phoenix, the field for the 2023 LPGA Drive On Championship at Superstition Mountain Golf Club is already shaping up to provide golf fans with an incredible slate of world-class talent.

Top-Notch Field Expected in Phoenix for 2023 LPGA Drive On Championship at Superstition Mountain Golf ClubThe preliminary LPGA Drive On Championship field is led by Nelly Korda, currently No. 2 in the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings, along with Brooke Henderson and Lilia Vu, who have already captured LPGA Tour wins in 2023. On March 23-26, they will be joined by a global list of the world’s top female golfers, including major champions In Gee Chun, Danielle Kang, Jin Young Ko, Anna Nordqvist and Patty Tavatanakit.

Jennifer Kupcho is among the LPGA Tour stars who base out of Superstition Mountain, which will host the LPGA Tour’s first full-field event of the 2023 season. The event will also set the stage for a month-long run to qualify for the first women’s major of the year, The Chevron Championship, where Kupcho is expected to defend her 2022 title. Kupcho will be joined on her home course by Carlota Ciganda, Dana (Finkelstein) Fall, Mina Harigae and Caroline Inglis.

The 26th Annual Shriners Golf Classic Presented by Sanderson Ford

Wrapping up the 2024 WM Phoenix Open with tournament chair Matt Mooney.