Jim Huber gets the inside scoop from PGA players

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Jim Huber does interviews

Jim Huber does interviews

We have, in the last two weeks, learned a great deal about the common humanity of our men on tour. And in every instance, that knowledge grew from a kind of self-inflicted disaster that would have had the rest of us turning the air blue with rage.

 

We watch our heroes and learn from them weekly. Usually our education is a technical brand; swing thoughts, putting tips, balance, rhythm.
I spend a great deal of my time at professional tournaments on the driving range, watching, listening, seeking. Though my purpose in being there is work-related, I normally come away with one or two things that I can take to my own range and work on. Let’s try an initial move with the left knee. Why not try splaying the right foot out a bit?

And, of course, I eventually become a human pretzel, turned this way and that with little good result.
But we also learn a bit about what lives inside these men and women. And that comes when they have taken themselves to the very edge of their emotional range.

At the Masters, Rory McIlroy found himself traipsing in the backyards of cabins very few knew existed off the left of the 10th fairway. One hack led to another and another and his wheels came terribly unbalanced.

His final round 80, after leading going to that 10th hole, could have provoked a post-round collapse, as well. Instead, with a pained smile, he was thoughtful and considerate, belying his 21 years on this planet. There was a grace about him that made us admire him for something altogether different than just his golf.

And last week in San Antonio, the young firebrand Kevin Na took the much-publicized 16 on a par-four. To make matters potentially worse, he had agreed to be miced by Golf Channel and so we seemed ready to be an intimate party to a furious meltdown.

Instead, he smiled, wondering how he would ever remember how many strokes he had actually taken. He shook his head in playful derision and then, when it was all over, faced the media like a man. There but for the grace of God go we all, and yet would we indeed have had that grace?
So what did we learn from these two youngsters in their hour of peril?

Perhaps it’s not so important what WE learned, for I assume we’re past that stage. But every father out there should make each instance required viewing for their sons and daughters. Not about how to handle their golf but how to handle themselves.

Speaking of grace, your response to last week’s A Sense of Huber regarding Tiger’s post-round petulance was large and, for the most part, supportive. There were some among you, however, who took me to task for my presumption.

Seak05, via Twitter, wrote: being a sports fan, I have never seen the media insert how they feel/are treated the way the golf media does.

It’s an interesting observation, one to which I have no answer. Those of us given the privilege of a microphone become part of the story, at times, especially those who are the first line of defense, so to speak. It becomes personal, right or wrong.

Ryan Hodges asks via e-mail: No American currently holds a major championship. Is this a sign the U.S. is trailing in golf development?

Ryan, I think it’s simply a sign that the rest of the world is catching up to the U.S. There are cycles to everything in life and we’re aboard one of those at the moment. And don’t forget, many of the highly-ranked international stars were actually trained in America, going to U.S. colleges, etc.
Send me your thoughts and questions to askjimhuber@turner.com or use the PGA.com Facebook page or send them to me via twitter @jamesrhuber and I will pick a few to answer next week here on PGA.com. While we’re dealing with questions, I have just one: Lee Westwood tweeted last week that “the skipper brings out his best squirrel for weddings”. Is that a British thing? I was patiently informed by Lee’s manager, Chubby Chandler, that it is a hair thing.

 

 

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Seven tied for lead at Velaro Texas Open

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Angel Cabrera stuck behind tree

Angel Cabrera stuck behind tree

PGA Tour rookie Brendan Steele double-bogeyed the par-4 15th to lose a two-stroke lead at the Valero Texas Open, then finished with a par-72 to fall into a rare seven-way tie atop the leaderboard at 3 under Friday.

 

That is equal to the second-most crowded leaderboard in the PGA Tour after 36 holes since 1970. Strong winds prevented anyone from breaking out, and Friday’s average round of 75.289 was the highest on the tour since the 2008 British Open.

“I got pretty beat up out there,” Steele said. “I think we all kind of did.”

After missing what would’ve been his fifth birdie, Steele tapped in No. 18 to finish at par-72. He shared the lead with Geoff Ogilvy (72), Rich Beem (70), Kevin Sutherland (70), Charley Hoffman (73), Brandt Snedeker (72) and Kevin Chappell (73).

A day that began with 5 under leading the pace was undone by rare north winds that whipped higher than 30 mph. Players helplessly watched tee shots sail into the woods, and just 13 players shot under par Friday after there 50 sub-par scores in the opening round.

Defending champion Adam Scott followed his opening-round 68 with a 74. But on a day like this, 2 over was good enough to leave the Masters runner-up and three others just a stroke back.

“I can’t imagine anyone really running away with it,” Scott said.

A seven-way tie after 36 holes hasn’t been seen on the tour since the 1977 Westchester Classic. The record was an eight-way tie at the 2001 Greater Hartford Open.

“It was blowing when it was dark this morning. It’s more like windy Texas days,” Ogilvy said. “Happy to get out of it with no damage done and still looking forward to the weekend.”

Beem, playing the tour on a major medical extension, had not only a share of the lead but made his first cut since the Houston Open last year. He missed the next six months after undergoing surgery for a bulging disc in his neck.

Beem, whose home in Austin is just north of TPC San Antonio, bogeyed just one hole and finished his final nine shooting par or better.

“This golf course kind of captures your attention,” Beem said. “You have to focus on every single hole and every single shot.”

The cut was set at 4-over 148, tied for second highest on the tour this season. Among those cut was Kevin Na, who in the windy conditions never stood a chance at overcoming his 16-stroke meltdown on No. 9 in the first round. He finished at 13 over.

The par-4 ninth also claimed another victim Friday: Richard Johnson, who withdrew after needing nine strokes to get through the hole. He then hopped on his Twitter account and wrote his shoulder was still feeling sore.

“Had a little Kevin Na hole on 9. Made a nice 9,” he wrote.

Garth Mulroy also didn’t make it through No. 9 — but for an entirely different reason. He was 2 over when he withdrew because his wife went into labor.

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Baddeley leads by one shot as he sneaks past Couples

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Aaron Baddeley

Fred Couples was starting to show his age Saturday at Riviera.

He hit a poor wedge, knocked a putt over the back of the green and turned a potential birdie into bogey on the 10th hole to slip three shots behind Aaron Baddeley in the Northern Trust Open. Then came a pounding rain as Couples approached the toughest stretch of the course, and the 51-year-old with an aching back braced for the worst.

“I was thinking, ‘What am I going to shoot on the back nine, 40?’” Couples said. “You start playing like those guys did yesterday in that weather, anything would have happened.”

Something did. The rain stopped. Couples played the rest of the way in 1 under par, keeping alive his hopes of another win at Riviera, and a chance to become the oldest PGA Tour winner in more than 35 years.

Even in good weather, it might not be easy.

Baddeley, whose career once held so much promise when he won the Australian Open as an 18-year-old amateur, is starting to hit his stride since returning to longtime swing coach Dale Lynch. He played 22 holes on Saturday in all kinds of weather and hit just about every shot where he was aiming, including a few putts.

He birdied the 18th in the morning chill to finish off a second-round 69, then ran off three straight birdies around the turn that led to a 4-under 67 and his first 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour in five years.

Baddeley was at 10-under 203, one shot clear of Couples and Kevin Na, who grew up in Southern California and attended his first PGA Tour event at Riviera in 1995 when he was an 11-year-old with big dreams. Na also shot a 67.

“Tomorrow is going to be a good challenge for all of us,” Baddeley said.

Winless in four years, Baddeley probably could not have guessed that the challenge would come from a couple of guys who are nearly old enough to be his father.

Couples, who joined the PGA Tour the year Baddeley was born, wound up with a 70.

One shot behind was Vijay Singh, who turns 48 on Tuesday and is trying to climb out of the worst slump of his career. He felt like the world’s best putter in the third round, finishing with a birdie on the tough 18th for a 67.

Singh last won in 2008 at the Deutsche Bank Championship on his way to the FedExCup title.

“I’m really fired up for tomorrow,” Singh said. “I’m in a good position to win tomorrow, so we’ll see what happens.”

Baddeley’s last victory was in 2007 at the Phoenix Open. Later that year, he had a two-shot lead going into the final round of the U.S. Open at Oakmont, only to close with an 80. His game was in such disarray that he has plunged to No. 224 in the world ranking.

“It’s been a little bit of time since I’ve been in this position, so I’m excited for the challenge,” Baddeley said. “I’m excited to test out the new action, and I feel good. I feel like it’s going to be fun tomorrow.”

Baddeley was among those who went to the “Stack and Tilt” method taught by Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer, then decided to go back to his Australian coach, Dale Lynch.

“It’s funny because I feel like I’ve been actually making a lot of progress, but it was never really showing on the scoreboard,” Baddeley said. “So these last few weeks have really been nice to start to put some scores on the board. This week has been really nice.”

And there was one nice stretch in particular.

It started with a tough approach to the par-4 eighth, where Baddeley had to be careful not to be too aggressive and run off the slope on the other side of the pin. He put it to within 8 feet for birdie, then holed a 30-foot birdie putt on the ninth. He nearly drove the 10th green, leaving him a delicate pitch to tap-in range for his third straight birdie.

One of his few mistakes was a tee shot that led to an adventure through the trees on the par-5 11th. It looked as though he would escape with par when he hit a wedge out of the rough to 4 feet, but he missed the putt.

He finished with seven straight pars.

Ryan Moore (70) and John Senden (71) were at 6-under 207, while Stewart Cink (71) and Robert Allenby (71) were part of the large group another shot behind.

Defending champion Steve Stricker made the cut on the number, then had a 66. That still left him seven shots behind. Stricker is still closer than Phil Mickelson, who struggled to a 74 and was at 2-over 215.

The gallery was with Couples, who first won at Riviera in 1990 when his hair was brown and he ambled along with California cool. Couples still has the cool factor to go with his graying hair, and he still has enough game.

He narrowly missed a 15-foot eagle putt on the opening hole. He made only one other birdie on the par-5 11th, and otherwise settled for pars except for his lone bogey. It was enough, though, to keep him in the game.

“I hung in there,” Couples said. “I didn’t hit the ball exceptionally well, but I hit it solid, which is what I said I needed to do. I just didn’t make enough birdies. So tomorrow I have to come out and fight and see what happens.”

Couples was one of the players Na wanted to watch when he came out to Riviera with his father in 1995. Now he will be playing with him in the final group, a chance for Na to get his first victory. And it would be a special one at that.

Not only does he have childhood memories of Riviera, his father was diagnosed with leukemia last year and has returned home to his native South Korea for treatment.

“My mother is going to Korea next week,” he said. “And hopefully, I can give her a trophy so she can give it to him.”

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Rickie Fowler

Who will win his first PGA TOUR event in 2011?

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Stan Awtrey: The heavy favorite in this category is Rickie Fowler, who most agree is bound for greatness. But my selection is Kevin Na. He’s only 27, but it seems like he’s been around a lot longer since he became a professional while seemingly still in Pre-K. He’s been a fulltime member of the PGA TOUR for four years and has qualified for THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola each of the last two seasons. Na had four top-10s in 2010, including a runner-up finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard and a third-place showing at the BMW Championship. After being winless in 186 starts, this will finally be the year he breaks through.


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Craig Dolch: Kind of a lay-up pick here, but I’ll be shocked if reigning PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year winner Rickie Fowler isn’t holding up a trophy soon. Fowler did everything but win last year, making the Ryder Cup team as a rookie and finishing 32nd in the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup. Fowler had two good chances to win last year, and the experience he gained at the Ryder Cup makes him a veteran inside a 22-year-old’s body. Not to mention, there are two other players who are a cinch to secure their initial win: Jeff Overton, another Ryder Cupper, and reigning Nationwide Tour Player of the Year Jamie Lovemark. Overton had three seconds and two thirds last year, while Lovemark almost won as a non-exempt player in 2009, losing in a three-way playoff.


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Melanie Hauser: Oh, there will be more than one first-time winner, but there is only one no-brainer Rickie Fowler. He came close a handful of times in 2010 and he’s too good not to get win No. 1 in early 2011. If karma kicks in … maybe at the Waste Management Phoenix Open? The best of the rest? Jeff Overton keeps himself in check for win No.1 and Jamie Lovemark gets one. Maybe Marc Leishman, too. Wouldn’t be a surprise in the least to see Edoardo Molinari or Matteo Manassero take full advantage of an exemption over here and win, too. Go time. Boom, baby.


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Helen Ross: The obvious answer is Rickie Fowler, and make no mistake, I do expect to see him win in 2011. But for the sake of conversation, I am picking Jamie Lovemark. The former Southern Cal All-American reached a playoff with Fowler and Troy Matteson at the 2009 Frys.com Open in just his fourth start as a pro and that year of seasoning on the Nationwide Tour can only help. Look for a Rookie of the Year season from fearless, soon-to-be 23-year-old who was the Nationwide Tour’s best last year.


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Brian Wacker: Rickie Fowler. It’s a chalk answer, but it is so because it’s also a no-brainer. Fowler had seven top-10s in 2010 — two of which were runner-up finishes — and has all the shots to win multiple times and for a long time. One area he does need to improve in, however, is his putting — Fowler ranked 144th on TOUR in putting between 5 and 10 feet. Those are the putts that earn you wins.

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Wilson Club Assembly

Many prominent golf companies and pro tour players regularly take to Twitter to talk about their equipment. Here is a round-up of some of the most interesting golf equipment-related Twitter entries from the week of Dec. 6-12, featuring Lee Westwood, Paula Creamer, Bubba Watson and more:

December 12
Jessica Korda
@JessicaKorda Here is a fun fact… I used 16 hand-warmers in 5 days… #yesitwascold Click here to see photo

Bubba Watson
@bubbawatson Me & @rickiefowlerpga warming up on range!! Click here to see photo

Paula Creamer
@ThePCreamer I am going to naples today for a store appearance at Golfsmith! Hope everyone in the area can make it.

@ThePCreamer Tomorrow I am filming a new BRIDGESTONE commercial!

@ThePCreamer Just finished up at Golfsmith in Naples! Thank you everyone for coming and seeing me! That was a lot of fun!

Suzann Pettersen
@suzannpettersen Excited to go to Nike and The Oven tomorrow for a few days of testing. Ill look at my new irons, drivers, some woods and the new ball!!

Adidas Golf
@adidasGolfUS Did You Know?… The driver swing speed of an average female golfer is 60mph; 93mph for Paula Creamer; 85mph for… Click here for more

Louise Friberg
@louisefriberg Landed in Spain waiting for next connection…it’s a bit late…might my bags make it now?

@louisefriberg I arrived but not my clubs…:(

December 10
Josh Teater
@jteater12 A whats in the bag video with @gdm43pga at the Childrens Miracle Network last month Click here to see video

Kevin Na
@TheKevinNa picture from izod photo shoot at pga west Click here to see photo

Billy Horschel
@BillyHo_Golf Playing the UF course with Tyson, Matt, and J Mudd. Trying out the new Ping S56 irons. Let you know how they do!

@BillyHo_Golf The new S56 irons performed well! They have a slimmer look to them compared to the S57 irons Going to keep working with them but good so far

Rickie Fowler
@RickieFowlerPGA The @Titleist 910D3 7.5 C•1 Whiteboard 73X is getting a start today

Oliver Wilson
@Oliver_Wison My golf specific training is focused on posture with a medicine ball then simulating my swing with them & using therabands, great for legs

December 9
Lee Westwood
@WestwoodLee Biomechanics testing is always such fun! Being shaved is going to ruin my beach look too! Click here to see photo

@WestwoodLee Auditions for the next tron film are going well! Click here to see photo

Mallory Blackwelder
@MalBlackwelder @Meredith_Duncan I couldn’t get to the green in 2 on 16 or 2 lol. And had to hit a lot of other 3 woods on par 4′s!

Meredith Duncan
@Meredith_Duncan @MalBlackwelder I hear ya 3 wood for me on both

Titleist
@Titleist New video: Geoff Ogilvy talks 910 driver, getting dialed in at Oceanside Test Facility Click here for more #teamtitleist

Becky Brewerton
@beckybrewerton Just getting my grips re-done by paul in the lpga truck, perhaps new grips will bring me a change of fortune???

Ian Poulter
@IanJamesPoulter Check out the New Fast Jacket glass from Oakley. This will be out for public in May 2011. #TwitPict Click here to see photo

Kevin Burns Golf
@kevinburnsgolf Uploaded more videos on our www.youtube.com/thekbgolf site. Shows how we mill a putter from start to finish. Let us know what you think.

Bubba Watson
@bubbawatson My cart says I drove it 427 yards!!!! #twitpic Click here to see photo

Ping Golf
@PingTour RT @bubbawatson My cart says I drove it 427 yards! Click here to see photo Looks like your new G15 driver is working Click here to see photos

December 8
Beth Allen
@BethAllenGolf Craziest thing just happened at practice. Putting tee in ground, snapped & half of it went in the side of my finger. It’s bleeding.

Wilson Golf
@WilsonGolf You can’t miss with this Wilson Staff iron! Click here to see photo

@WilsonGolf Snuck in a pic! Marty Geisler assembling golf clubs at the Wilson Innovation Center Click here to see photo

@WilsonGolf Saw this and had to share it! Click here to see photo

Karen Stupples
@Kstupples @IanJamesPoulter you playing the new pro V 1 this week?

Titleist
@Titleist February 2011 http://bit.ly/9zJKZu RT @golf4me44: @Titleist when are the 910 3wood and 5woods coming out?

Peter Kostis
@peterjkostis @Oliver_Wilson Ollie! Word on the street is you were chipping while wearing those 5 toe shoes?? Say it’s not so!

Oliver Wilson
@Oliver_Wilson @peterjkostis chipping? I played 3 tournaments in them!

Cobra Golf
@cobragolf One of @ianjamespoulter Pro Am partners had a slick driver grip and he’s lending a helping hand! #TwitPict Click here to see photo

Ping Golf
@Pingtour Have you had a chance to read this inspiring story? PING makes custom set of golf clubs for a quadruple amputee Click here to read more

Cleveland Golf
@ClevelandGolf Tech Van Correspondent, Frank has posted a new blog on properly tipping a shaft. Check it out here:… Click here to read more

Titleist
@Titleist RT @ChipGist: Testing the Titleist 910 Driver. D3. Its different. Good Different. Go see your PGA Pro to try one out.

@Titleist Yes. Find your nearest Titleist Authorized Retailer here http://bit.ly/2mCSoy RT @LadDave: @Titleist R the 910s in all the stores now

December 7
Bubba Watson
@bubbawatson A skip draw to the fairway!!! Click here to see video

@bubbawatson The skip & run that lipped out!!! Click here to see video

Titleist
@Titleist A closer look at PGA Tour Rookie of the Year @RickieFowlerPGA’s season, equipment and shots of the year. Click here to see morehttp://bit.ly/eL7ooT

Nike Golf
@nikegolf Thx 4 the new tag line SC! :-) RT @stewartcink: I used my 2011 Pro Combos @ Chevron& I think they’re really nice. Effortlessly solid contact

Troy Merritt
@TROYMERRITT_PGA Looking forward to trying out my new toys I got at Titleist yesterday!

@TROYMERRITT_PGA I experimented with the 910 and found that the 9.5 D3 on the C2 setting. I’m rocking the CB irons slight over and slightly up – good stuff!

Christina Kim
@TheChristinaKim Just finished playing in the Proam for the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters. With a borrowed set. Was comical to say the least. Great group though

Titleist
@Titleist Check out these behind-the-scenes photos from our recent @LPGA TV shoot in Orlando Click here to see photos #teamtitleist

Rebecca Hudson
@BecsHudson Practice by flood lights this morning! Click here to see photo

Nike Golf
@nikegolf Nike athlete Charl Schwartzel puts in some practice in South Africa this week, the 1st event of 2011 season. Click here to see photo

@nikegolf A new golf season = new faces on Tour – Introducing Nike athlete & EPGA rookie Tommy Fleetwood in South Africa. Click here to see photo

December 6
Rory McIlroy
@McIlroyRory Photoshoot with @oakley DONE!! Waiting in LA to get a flight home. 6 weeks of gym, snow and watching sport awaits! Beautiful!

Maria Hjorth
@mariahjorth Thanks to @PingTour for my equipment. The K15 driver is awesome! Also thanks to @Titleist and @footjoy for a great ball and shoes!

Cobra Golf
@cobragolf I think the white ZL may keep up! RT @IanJamesPoulter Looking forward to play with Dustin Johnson this week, i will… Click here to read more

Brittany Lincicome
@Brittany1golf Look at my bad a$$ golf shoes :-) . I’m styling Click here to see photo

Meredith Duncan
@Meredith_Duncan I put a rubber band on my pants so the dew doesn’t ruin them. They r brand new! Click here to see photo

Cleveland Golf
@ClevelandGolf Looking through catalogs from the 1980′s. Amazing how much has changed, yet how little has changed. #golf

@ClevelandGolf I would play some of these irons from 1988! They look awesome. TA 588 Traditional Irons… Ohhh baby. #golf

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