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Dog Leg Right, Geo Fencing, 59, Ecco

Hello everyone, and thanks for stopping by. We have a couple of odds and ends to get to this weekend, so lets get to it.

Dog Leg Right announced that PGA pro Ryan Moore used their Custom MACHINE putter to finish second at the AT&T National PGA Tour event. Ryan mentioned that there’s “something about the alignment of it, it’s just helping me see my lines a lot better.” You may remember Dog Leg Right for their HOG Putters back in the mid 90’s… Ryan used their latest creation the MACHINE Putters, which feature the ultimate in precision CNC milling, advanced design and the most creative and beneficial options for customization and personalization. Their website is worth a look, check them out – Dog Leg Right MACHINE putters

DLR Dog Leg Right Custom MACHINE Putters

Based out of Surrey, B.C, Canada, DSG TAG Systems has developed a system to keep golf carts away from sensitive areas, like greens, water hazards, naturalization areas, but also keep golf carts on the property. The new TAG Fleet Management and Geo Fencing Solution can be installed on any golf cart or vehicle, and can sound an alarm, and send notices to the driver is an area is being breached. Another cool feature is the auto-turn off feature, which will make turn the vehicle off it leaves the course boundaries. It’s also low-jacked with GPS in case on does manage to get it off your course.

Paul Goydos fires a 59, and Steve Stricker a 60 at the John Deere Classic this week. Paul became only the 4th person ever to record a 59 in PGA competitive play, joining the ranks of Al Geiberger, Chip Beck and David Duval. Paul couldn’t hold onto the charging Stricker who ended up winning the Classic, for his second victory of the year.

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