The Worlds Best Putter.

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The White Dragon putter is making life happy for many golfers, especially for those who have been struggling to get the ball in hole.

This is a letter we received recently from a customer who had a magical putting performance on his very first round with a White Dragon putter;

Hi Pete,
Terry Tacon here, just reporting in what happened when I took the White Dragon putter out for my first game with it. After missing golf for a fortnight because of rain-outs here in Wairarapa, Carterton members went to Manor Park on Tuesday. The putter was everything I had dreamed it would be and produced eight pars for me on my way to an 85, six shots under my handicap. Don’t need to say any more, except thanks for getting my game back on track.
Regards, Terry
The ladies also like using the White Dragon, the light weight carbon fibre shaft lets the user feel the weight of the putter head, for better distance control, If this lady can use a White Dragon Putter,  so can YOU.

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If you use this alignment tool with the distance control that a White Dragon Putter can give you, results like the above testimonial can be yours.

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Great Putting Everyone.


The Evian Championship. Lydia Becomes Youngest Ever LPGA Major Winner.

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Lydia Ko becomes the youngest ever LPGA Major winner, lifting The Evian Championship trophy in France.

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A fabulous last round -8 under par 63, saw Lydia lift The Evian Championship title with a -16 under par total, a six shot lead over her nearest rival.

Lydia spoke about that feeling of having an enormous lead, coming down the last;

“Any tournament it’s hard to come down the 18th with a five-shot lead, and to do it in a major, it’s an even better feeling.”

“You know, I didn’t know I’d make the putt, so I said to Lexi, I’ll just go anyway, and it ended up dropping.”

“Lucky I didn’t have like a three-footer for par. Yeah, you know, it was just such an amazing feeling walking across the bridge and saying thank you to all the fans that came out.”

” I didn’t totally cry-cry. But I kind of got a little overwhelmed, and I could kind of feel tears coming when Jason said, enjoy the moment, coming down onto the green.”

“I kind of felt back over the whole week and all the questions I’ve been asked. But in a way I was relieved. But to kind of have that putt go in, I think just everything dropped.”

“I didn’t really know what was going to happen. I mean, it was so amazing, and just, I think, all feelings kind of went into me.”

“To say that I’m the youngest in history for now, it’s so cool. But the big thing for me is I won’t be asked that question, and it’s amazing that I can leave my name I guess a little bit in the history books.”

Lexi Thompson was in second place, a distant -10 under par total, final round -1 under par 70 her undoing.

Shanshan Feng took third position with her -9 under par total.

The day belonged to Lydia, and congratulations to her from all her fans in New Zealand.




The Evian Championship. Mi Hyang Lee Still Leads.

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Mi Hyang Lee still leads The Evian Championship after 54 holes at the Evian Resort Golf Course in France, and is seeking a wire to wire win.

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Mi Hyang Lee before the rain

Mi Hyang shot a third round -1 under par 70, but remained at the top of the Evian Championship leaderboard by just one shot at -10 under par.

Mi Hyang,  who won last year’s New Zealand Open and Mizuno Classic in Japan, thinks she needs to focus more, and wants to win. A poor start to today with two bogey’s;

“I want to win at the major tournaments, so I think I need more concentration maybe.

“I didn’t worry, no, just first two holes. I have another 16 holes today, so that’s fine.”

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Mi Hyang Lee after the rain

Lexi Thompson is in second place, at -9 under par for the tournament, a third round -5 under par 66 getting her firmly in contention;

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Lexi Thompson

Lexi improved her putting today, and that made the difference;

“I just kind of figured out a little something with my putting that worked and that helped me out today.”

“I didn’t hit it that great off the tee today. I hit it a lot better off the tee yesterday, but I just got more putts today.”

The Evian ChampionshipLydia Ko, -4 under 68 today, and The Evian ChampionshipMorgan Pressel, who had an even par round of 70, share third place, both on -8 under par.

Morgan made a mistake on the very wet 18th, where she carded a double bogey, and she also putted poorly all day;

“It was stupid now, but I felt in that moment that I could hit the shot and I’m still two back going into tomorrow.”

“I can’t dwell on it too much. I think maybe in my earlier years on tour it would have affected me more.”

“I hit it great today, some of the best ball-striking I’ve had in a long time. I can’t tell you the number of 10-footers that I missed.”

Sunday will be Lydia’s last chance to upstage Morgan as youngest player to win an LPGA major, but she knows it won’t be easy;

“Winning a major at any age is pretty hard.”


The Evian Championship. Mi Hyang Lee Leads

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Mi Hyang Lee leads The Evian Championship after 36 holes on the  Evian Resort Golf Course in France.

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Mi Hyang Lee

Mi Hyang shot a second round -4 under par 67 to lead the Evian Championship by one stroke at the half-way stage at -9 under par. She spoke about the age difference between herself and her caddie;

“I’m a young player and he’s pretty old, 69 years old, the oldest caddie on the tour.”

“He has a lot of experience, so that’s a lot of help for me.”

Morgan Pressel is in second place, with a -6 under par 65 today, leaving her just one shot behind the leader at -8  under par for the tournament. Morgan is not sure why she suddenly plays well, but thinks it could be her attitude;

“I mean, sometimes it just comes together, and there’s no rhyme or reason.”

“I’ve certainly tried to prepare my hardest for the majors.”

“I had a really good session last week with my coach Ron Stockton for three days at home where I just really, really prepared hard for these two weeks. I think that was definitely helpful.”

“But I feel like my attitude is just a little bit different, a little bit better, and sometimes that can make all the difference.”

“I mean, you can hit the ball well, but if you come unglued when one thing goes wrong, especially out here on this golf course, so I’ve tried to stay very positive, and when bad breaks happen just take them.:

“I mean, there are birdies to be made out there, so if you can get over some of the rough bounces you get out here and move forward, then do okay.”

Nicole Broch Larsen, fresh from her win last week, to get into this Major, lies in third place at -7 under par, a -4 under 67 today moved her up the leaderboard. Good putting and playing well have seen her perform well in her first Evian Championship appearance;

“I played very well on the front nine, quite solid, hit a lot of greens and hit it close. I didn’t drop so many putts but I was two under through nine with a good save on 18.”

“Then I struggled a little bit with my driver on the back nine but I kept it together, kept fighting.”

“I had an eagle chance on 13, five metres putt, but it just lipped out. I finished with a birdie so it was nice.”

“It’s good to be strong with your driver on this course. The putting is quite tough on these greens so you have to stay patient and let the putts drop and if not, take your two putt.”

World #2 Lydia Ko is at -4 under par, another -2 under 69 today leaves her seven shots adrift. Inbee Park, #1 is three shots behind Lydia at -1 for the competition.


Evian Championship. Lexi Thompson & Mi Hyang Lee Lead 1st Round.

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Lexi Thompson and Mi Hyang Lee share the lead after the 1st round of the season’s final Major. The Evian Championship.

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Lexi shared the first round lead with her bogey free-5 under par 66,  Mi Hyang included two bogey’s in her round at the Evian Championship in France.

Lexi said it was an exciting day, and the Eagle at the 499 yard par five 13th helped;

“I’m definitely pretty happy with my first round.”

“I had a good stretch on my first nine on the back nine there and made a few birdies and an eagle, so helped out with the scorecard.”

“But, yeah, overall very exciting ride.”

I mean, I’m a very laid back, goofy person once you get to know me. It’s just golf, I’ve matured at a young age.”

“I’ve always played in older age divisions as a young kid, and growing up with two older brothers has made me mature at a lot younger age.”

“But off the golf course, I’m just a regular person.”

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Eun-Hee Ji of South Korea, Thailand’s Pornanong Phatlum and Gerina Piller of the U.S.A are tied in third place at -4 under par 67.

Gerina had a good day with the putter, and also benefitted from some lessons from her coach;

“I hit my driver really well and I had some pretty; I hit my irons good, so I was hitting it close.”

 “But the bogeys, there are just some spots on this course you cannot get in.”

“Coming out I think the key this week is staying away from the big numbers, and I hit it a couple times where you just can’t really miss it and didn’t get up and down.”

“But I think overall, my driving was really good today and my putting.”

“As a player you love when they say this is easy. So he took me in the video room and it was just a simple I was letting my right knee float a little bit on the back swing, and that’s why I really like him because he just keeps it simple.”

“Something like that I’m not trying to work on my swing path, my face or anything like that. It’s just so simple and it clicked. Yeah, hitting it good.”

Last week’s Helsingborg Open champion Nicole Broch Larsen is among a group of six players on -3 under par;

“I played very good today, very solid, and when I missed the green I made some great up and downs.”

“Actually I missed a few short ones for birdies but minus three is a nice start. I hit a good drive, 5 wood to 11 metres and made that one.”

In the battle for the #1 spot in the Rolex Rankings, Lydia Ko at #2 shot a -2 under par 69, while Inbee Park,#1 started with a +1 over par 73.



Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. Maiden Win For Kris Tumalis.

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Kris Tumalis pulled off her maiden LPGA Tour win at the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic, at her 186th attempt.

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Kris carded a  final round -7 under par 65 to claim her maiden LPGA Tour victory, at the  Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic, with a -17 under par total.

Kris was totally amazed at her one shot victory;

“It’s amazing. I was definitely not expecting this today. “

I was just out there playing my game and I had a lot of opportunities for birdie, which was really nice to have.”

“Kept it below the hole for the most part. Honestly didn’t even know what I shot until I counted my birdies at the end of the round.”

” It was a marathon out there. We were just trying to get it in, beat the weather, and that’s it. So it’s unbelievable.”

She also spoke about her caddie Thomas “Motion” Frank;

“Mo believes in me more than I believe in me. He’s just such an inspiration, you know, what happened to his house earlier this year when it burned, his unbelievable, amazing attitude.”

 “The text I got from him, the first thing he said was, you know, it’s okay, I’ve got the best friends, I’ve got the best family, and he’s like I’ve got my health.”

“He just keeps me going, keeps me believing in myself and when I don’t want to be out there he’s like, come on, let’s do this. He’s the best!”

Yani Tseng shared  second place at -16 under par with Austin Ernst.

Yani thought her last putt would get her into a play-off, it would not just would fall in;

“I putted on line, the ball just didn’t stay online.”

“I don’t know why that didn’t go in.  I made a good putt, I felt boy, it’s going in, because I had the little hole in front of my, it was at three feet, it was a little hole.”

” So I just, okay, let’s hit left side and then it turns and kind of turn back a little bit, I don’t know, that putt is no way it’s going to turn left and it turns left at the end.”

” I don’t know, I just did my best, you know. Sometimes you need a little luck to win a tournament too.”

Lexi Thompson and Sydnee Michaels tied for fourth spot, both at -14 under par for the tournament.

Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. Weather Still A Problem, Play Suspended Again.

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The weather is still a problem, once again halting play in the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic, with darkness causing the suspension of play in the third round. Austin Ernst was leading, after completing four holes, after everyone had finished play in their second rounds.

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Austin had completed just four holes , carding one birdie, before darkness halted play in the third round of the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic on the  Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Capitol Hill.

At -10 under par Austin leads second placed Yani Tseng by one shot. Yani has also played four holes, but recorded a bogey on the way.

Austin spoke about the frustration of waiting around;

“You know, we were sitting around, hanging around.”

“I’ve got two of my aunts are here, my mom’s here, and we’ve got a couple family friends so we were just kind of sitting around talking, basically just waiting to see what the deal would be.”

” I was glad we did get a few holes in, that way we should be able to finish tomorrow so that will be good.”

“It’s going to be a marathon, there’s a lot of golf left.”

“It will basically just be get as many birdies as I can. I know the scores are still going to be low. It’s just going to be more continuous golf than usual.”

“We’ll finish that third round up and then probably get a little lunch break and go right back out there.”

“It will be good, kind of be able to get into a little bit of a groove early hopefully and then just kind of carry that on throughout the day.”

Five ladies share third place, at -8 under par for the tournament, Sei Young Kim, Tiffany Joh, Sydnee Michaels, Julieta Granada and Lexi Thompson.

Third round play of the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic will resume at 07:30 CST on Sunday morning, hopefully for the completion of the third round. The ladies will then be going off both the 1st and 10th tee’s for the final round which will begin at approximately 09:20 CST.