by Iver Maple on April 27, 2011
Golf.com has posted a story about Mizuno Tour Staffer Luke Donald and his MP T-11 wedges. The piece talks about Donald, "one of the best bunker players in the world", and how he switched from the MP T-10 wedges to the new MP T-11 wedges. They reference the Quad Cut Grooves in these Grain Flow Forged short game weapons, as well as how their testers felt the clubs produced as much spin with the...
by Iver Maple on April 20, 2011
Fresh of her major victory at the Kraft Nabisco, Mizuno Brand Ambassador Stacy Lewis was a guest on the Golf Channel's "Morning Drive". Hosts Erik Kuselias and Gary Williams talk to Stacy about what it was like to not only win her first LPGA tournament, but her first major over the #1 player in the world, as well as her charitable efforts for Scoliosis research, an affliction she had to overcome as a youth.
Check out video of Stacy's appearance on the Morning Drive by clicking the link below. There are also links to two other appearances St...
by Iver Maple on April 4, 2011
Stacy captured her first LPGA tour victory in style. It was the first major of the year and she defeated the number-one ranked player in the world while doing it. At the Nabisco Championship in Rancho Mirage, California, Lewis proved that power is alive and well on the PGA Tour by averaging over 280 yards per drive with her JPX-800 driver and proficiently utilizing her new JPX-800 PRO irons, Mizuno fairway wood, hybrid, and MP T-11 wedges.Stacy was dominant in the final round, erasing an early two-stroke deficit to tournament champion and world #1, Yani Tseng. She went “y...
by Barbara Mitchell on April 4, 2011
Lincoln Memorial University's Cory Bartlett took medalist honors for the first time in his career with a scorching 67–70=137(-7), which was eight strokes better than teammate Eric Kennedy. HARROGATE, TN - Only days after rolling over the competition in the Cherokee Valley Invitational that was hosted by North Greenville University, the Lincoln Memorial University men's golf team received a no. 29 national ranking in the latest Golfstat poll released earlier this week.
While this past...
by Iver Maple on April 3, 2011
Q: What was it like competing against Michelle Wie in Q-School?
A: There was a lot of pressure and coverage. There were even bleachers and stands, for LPGA Q-School! To have all that attention was fun, but truthfully it was great to have it over with and get on to the tour.Q: What was it like leading the field in your first US Open?
A: The US Open was surreal. I played okay the first two days, and then all of a sudden my putter catches fire and I'm leading. It happened so fast! Each day, after I finished playing I would go through m...