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PING Shot of the Week
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PING Shot of the Week

Thriston Lawrence has given himself reason to smile during his best season yet on the DP World Tour. At the Horizon Irish Open, he finished third behind winner Adrian Meronk. It was the South African's fifth top 10, including his break through win at the Joburg Open, a victory that qualified him to compete July 14-17 at his first Open Championship. Among his PING clubs were a G425 Max, G425 Max 3-wood & Glide 4.0 wedges 

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Albert Venter sinks 16-foot birdie to win Zimbabwe Open in playoff
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Albert Venter sinks 16-foot birdie to win Zimbabwe Open in playoff

Sourced from News24

Albert Venter carded a superb final-round 66 and a playoff for the Zimbabwe Open at Royal Harare Golf Club, with the 26-year-old then sinking a 16-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to claim his maiden Sunshine Tour title on Sunday.

Venter had to hold off Stefan Wears-Taylor, who also shot 66 in the final round, and Louis Albertse (67) in the playoff after the trio all finished the tournament on 10-under-par. 

They all parred the 18th in the first playoff hole, but on their next attempt, Venter spun a sand-wedge from the fairway back to 16 feet from the pin and then nailed the birdie putt with Albertse and Wears-Taylor unable to make their shorter putts. 

Venter's success with the putter was unexpected because the Silver Lakes golfer struggled with the short stick in the third round.

"I knew I needed to just keep grinding today, follow my processes, and my goal was to just get in contention

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Maas Wins English Men's Open Amateur Stroke Play
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Maas Wins English Men's Open Amateur Stroke Play

Sourced Amateurgolf.com South Africa’s Christiaan Maas conquered a golf course he once thought was ‘impossible’ to win the Brabazon Trophy by five shots from Essex’s Arron Edwards-Hill. When the 18-year-old first clapped eyes on Saunton Golf Club and played a practice round in driving rain and howling wind, he thought he’d struggle to make an impact in his first major event on English soil. Fast forward four days and after racking up 25 birdies in 72 holes, the young golfer from Pretoria was crowned the English Men’s Open Amateur Stroke Play champion. The teenager started the day one shot ahead of Edwards-Hill and three clear of defending champion Sam Bairstow in his pursuit of the famous Brabazon Trophy. However, it soon became clear that the pressure of leading going into the final round was not going to weigh down the teenager. In fact, he seemed to thrive on it. In the end, Maas carded a final round 68 to go with previous scores of 65, 70 and 67 for a total of 270 (-14

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