Background Research Igides Head Study

Head/Spine Motion Pattern Analysis 100 Golfers Total

Overview

Only 21% of Golfers Turn Dynamically 79% turn Simply

67% of Golfers Hit the Ball, 33% Swing at the Ball

WHY DO THEY CHANGE LEVEL??? That’s the question I needed to ask …

the Rosetta Stone proved to be the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphics

- as the name for the essential clue to a new field of knowledge; categorize any swing and predict its motion - specifically head motion

They each have a predictable head/spine motion pattern that is natural for that style. They are all throwing motions – just different styles of throwing.

What swing or throw are you being taught?  ... and is it one your body naturally does?

Which of the 4 throwing categories are you?

SH, SS, DH, DS ?

The pattern of head/spine motion you should be learning or modeling

Most Level Throws/ Swings are Simple or Dynamic Hitters…

The Most common pattern if you are a Swinger is to Lower your Head/Spine in the backswing (from 1 to 3 inches) and then lower it even further as a direct result of your lower bodies leg drive to create power.

The degree to which you move your head /spine off of the original set up position is based on two factors – one the swing style you have and two how you load your weight in the backswing … are you a 50/50 loader or are you a 70/30 loader. If you’re a 70/30 loader you will naturally shift farther off of the ball …if you are a 50/50 loader it is much easier to stay centered and appear to keep your head from moving laterally backwards.

SS LP    50/50 13 *  70/30 13

SH LP   50/50 25  * 70/30 29

DH LP  50/50 12 * 70/30 1

DS LP   50/50 3 * 70/30 4

53 50/50’s and 47 70/30’s

You need to find your swing type or the model swing you’d like to do.

Just a best guess as to what positions golfers are actually in because the video footage is sometimes blurry and the position of the camera angle is not ideal to get a true face on point of view. So, these categorizations are just a best guess and could be wrong occasionally. What I’m really trying to do here is create an overall general picture of Head/ Spine movement. 

Not a large enough sample of swings just an approximation on my part as videos often don’t give you the best angle to work with

Head/ Spine Motion is really directly related to your swing style.

If you turn your body back and through without using your lower body for power there really isn’t much of a height change in your swing (depending on how you shift your weight forward that is) and its fairly easy to stay level throughout your swing. Perfect examples of this type of swing would be Annika Sorenstam or Karrie Webb for the ladies and Greg Norman and Bryson DeChambeau for the guys.


Swing Style Study

Simple Turn Hit (54/100) 54% Can be level depending on how you shift your weight forward that is. *Golfers marked in Yellow 18/54 (33%) turn everything together shifting their weight to the target.

Break down by body part(s) that starts weight shift forward - Annika Sorenstam ( everything together) , Angel Cabrera ( small hip bump), Arnold Palmer ( left knee to target) , Ben Hogan (hip slide to target) , Bernard Langer (hip slide to target) , Brad Faxon (left knee and left hip) , Brant Snedeker (left hip and knee), Brooks Koepka (left hip and knee) , Bryson DeChambeau (everything together), Charl Swartzel (Everything together) , Charles Howell ( Left hip and left knee), Charlie Hoffman (everything together), Colin Montgomerie (left hip slide),  Christie Kerr (everything together), Curtis Strange (everything together) , David Duval (left hip left- knee), Dottie Pepper (upper body lean), Dustin Johnson (everything together) , Ernie Els (small hip bump) , Gary Player (left knee – then left hip) , Greg Norman (everything together) , Henrik Stenson (left hip and knee), Ian Poulter (left hip bump), Inbee Park (everything together), JB Holmes (everything together) , Jamie Sadlowski (hip rotation forward), Jason Duffner (left hip bump), Juli Inkster (left hip bump), Justin Rose (left hip bump), Karrie Webb (everything together) , Keegan Bradley (everything together) , Kenny Perry (Hits off of his back foot – very unique) , Laura Davies (left Hip bump – no rotation which creates spine angle) , Lee Trevino ( Left Knee) , Lee Westwood (Left Hip Bump), Luke Donald (Left Hip and Knee bump), Mark Calcavecchia (Left Hip and knee bump), Matt Kuchar (left hip bump) , Moe Norman (left hip and left knee) , Nick Faldo (Left Hip and Left Knee) , Nick Price (left hip), Payne Stewart (left hip), Phil Mickelson (everything together), Rocco Mediate (everything together) , Ryan Palmer (left knee) , Sam Snead (left knee), Scott McCarron (left hip and knee) , Sean O’Hair (left hip and knee), Seve Ballesteros (left hip and knee bump), Stacey Lewis (everything together) , Steve Elkington (Left Hip – Left Knee with knee bowing out), Steve Stricker (everything together) ,  Suzann Pettersen (everything together – almost),  Tom Watson (everything together), Zack Johnson (left hip slide)

Dynamic Turn Hit (13/100) 13% - *Golfers marked in Yellow 9/13 (69%) turn everything together shifting their weight to the target.

Anna Nordqvist (little hip bump), Beatriz Recari (everything together), Bobby Jones (left hip and knee), Daniel Berger (everything together), Hunter Mahan (everything together), Jim Furyk (left knee), Johnny Miller ( 1973 US Open Swing) (everything together) https://youtu.be/eGc5D6vAXu0, Jonas Blixt (everything together) , Jordan Spieth (everything together), Lorena Ochoa (everything together – even though her head stays back her torso/spine doesn’t) , Lydia Ko (left hip bump), Martin Kaymer (everything together), Sandra Gal (everything together)

Simple Turn Swing (25/100) 25% Least level swing type

Weight shift forward initiated by lower body leg drive

Billy Horschel, Brittany Lincicome, Brooke Henderson, Bubba Watson, Charley Hull, Davis Love III, Freddie Couples (hip slide plus rotation) , Gary Woodland, Graeme McDowell, Hideki Matsuyama, Jack Nicklaus, Jason Day, Jessica Korda, Lexi Thompson, Louis Oosthuizen, Mickey Wright, Mike Weir, Morgan Pressel, Nancy Lopez, Patrick Reed, Paula Creamer, Retief Goosen, Ricky Fowler, Sergio Garcia, Tiger Woods (2001)

Dynamic Turn Swing (8/100) 8% Adam Scott, John Daly, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Michelle Wie, Rory McILroy, Thomas Pieters, Yani Tseng

If you use your lower body to power your golf swing you need to load differently which means you’ll naturally lower your Head /Spine in your backswing and as you drive forward with your lower body cause your Head/Spine to lower further and keep your Head/Spine to the left of your original set up position at impact. Examples of this would be

General Thoughts

In your backswing, its ok to move your Head/Spine back to load depending on your swing style; 75% of Golfers move off of the ball ...it’s Not ok to move it too far and this position is determined by your right knee and loading your weight correctly to the inside of your right foot (Head / Spine movement is usually about 3-4 inches and not much more than that and your Igides can help you define and reinforce that) . 25% of golf professionals don’t move back at all.

87% of golf professionals either keep their Head / Spine level or lower it several inches in their backswing. Only 13% move upwards slightly – and that’s only 1-2 inches – anything more than that and you’re out of bounds.

Its ok to lower your Head / Spine in the downswing as 70% of golf professional do and 50% of all golf pros sampled lower their Head / Spine in the backswing (1-2 inches) and then lower it even further in the downswing (another 1-3 inches)

No matter which of the 4 swing styles you are we can say with absolute certainty that you want to;

1)        You want to control your posture and not rise out of your backswing a lot and definitely stay down through the swing.

2)        Stay behind the ball at impact no matter what as ALL golfers studied do (100%)

3)        You want to shake hands with the target as ALL golfers do (100%)

 “Your eyes should still be looking at where the ball would have been at the address position. At the midway through follow through position, the shaft should be pointing parallel left of the target line and parallel to the ground. The club head should be pointing straight up. Your head position should still be in the same position as it was at address.”

4)        You don’t want to rise up at impact – even after impact Annika Sorenstam and David Duval still keep their spine posture but rotate their heads towards the target.

It’s also much easier for a golfer who creates power by hitting the ball using their upper body to keep their extension – butt out and stay in posture compared to a golfer that is using their lower body with rapid hip rotation to create power. PICS HERE OF THIS

Work towards a swing that you can repeat and that you’re happy with no matter its style and then define it with your set of Igides.

Golfers who move their Head /Spine off of the ball in the Backswing

70/100 = 70 %

Adam Scott, Angel Cabrera, Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Bernard Langer, Billy Horshel, Brad Faxon, Brant Snedeker, Brooks Koepka(small),Charlie Hoffman, Curtis Strange, Daniel Berger, Davis Love III, Dustin Johnson (small),Ernie Els, Freddie Couples, Gary Player, Gary Woodland, Graeme McDowell, Greg Norman, Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Hunter Mahan, Jack Nicklaus (small), Jason Day, Jason Duffner, Jamie Sadlowski (small), Jim Furyk (small), Justin Rose, Justin Thomas, Keegan Bradley, Kenny Perry, Lee Trevino, Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Luke Donald, Mark Calcavecchia, Martin Kaymer (very small move), Matt Kuchar, Moe Norman (He’s already moved off of the ball at set up), Nick Faldo, Patrick Reed, Payne Stewart, Phil Michelson, Ricky Fowler, Rocco Mediate, Rory Mcilroy, Ryan Palmer, Seve Ballesteros, Scott McCarron, Sean O’Hair, Thomas Pieters, Tiger Woods 2001 and 2015, Tom Watson, Anna Nordqvist, Annika Sorenstam, Brooke Henderson, Christie Kerr, Inbee Park, Jessica Korda,  Juli Inkster, Karrie Webb, Laura Davies, Lexi Thompson, Lorena Ochoa, Mickey Wright, Nancy Lopez, Sandra Gal, Stacey Lewis, Suzann Pettersen

Golfers Who stay pretty much Still with their Head / Spine on the backswing (they turn around their spine)

28/100 = 28%

Bobby Jones, Bryson DeChambeau, Charl Swartzel, Charles Howell III, David Duval, Ian Poulter, JB Holmes, John Daly, Johnny Miller, Jon Rahm, Jonas Blixt, Jordan Spieth, Mike Weir, Moe Norman (preloaded spine position), Retief Goosen, Sam Snead, Sergio Garcia, Steve Elkington, Steve Stricker, Beatriz Recari* ( head already in a backswing loaded position similar to Moe Norman), Brittany Lincicome, Charley Hull, Dottie Pepper, Lydia Ko, Michelle Wie, Morgan Pressel, Paula Creamer, Yani Tseng

Golfers Who Move Their Head / Spine towards the Target in the Backswing

2/100 = 2%

Colin Montgomerie, Zack Johnson

Golfers Who Keep their Head/Spine Level in the Backswing

41/100 = 41%

Arnold Palmer, Bernard Langer, Bobby Jones, Bryson DeChambeau, Charles Howel III, Curtis Strange, Ernie Els, Freddie Couples, Gary Woodland, Greg Norman, Hunter Mahan, Ian Poulter, Jason Duffner, Jamie Sadlowski, JB Holmes, Johnny Miller, Jonas Blixt, Justin Rose, Lee Trevino, Mark Calcavecchia, Moe Norman, Patrick Reed, Payne Stewart, Retief Goosen, Rocco Mediate, Ryan Palmer, Sean O’Hair, Steve Elkington, Steve Stricker, Thomas Pieters, Anna Nordqvist, Annika Sorenstam, Beatriz Recari, Brittany Lincicome, Charley Hull, Christie Kerr, Inbee Park, Karrie Webb, Lorena Ochoa, Sandra Gal, Yani Tseng

Golfers Who Stay Completely Level with their Head/ Spine for the entire Swing

20/100 = 20%

Arnold Palmer, Bernard Langer, Bryson DeChambeau, Curtis Strange, Ernie Els, Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus, Jason Duffner, Mark Calcavecchia, Mike Weir, Rocco Mediate, Steve Stricker, Tom Watson, Anna Nordqvist, Annika Sorenstam, Charlie Hull, Inbee Park, Karrie Webb, Suzann Pettersen, Yani Tseng

Golfers Who Lower the Head / Spine in the Backswing

47/100 = 47%

Adam Scott ( small), Angel Cabrera, Ben Hogan (small), Billy Horshel (3-4 inches), Brad Faxon, Brant Snedeker, Brooks Koepka, Bubba Watson ( 3-4 inches), Charl Swartzel (small), Charlie Hoffman, Daniel Berger, David Duval, Dustin Johnson, Graeme McDowell, Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Jason Day, John Daly, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Keegan Bradley, Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Luke Donald, Martin Kaymer, Matt Kuchar, Nick Faldo, Ricky Fowler, Rory Mcilroy, Sam Snead, Sergio Garcia, Seve Ballesteros, Scott McCarron, Tiger Woods 2015, Brooks Henderson, Jessica Korda, Juli Inkster, Laura Davies, Lexi Thompson, Lydia Ko, Michelle Wie, Mickey Wright, Morgan Pressel, Nancy Lopez, Paula Creamer, Stacey Lewis

Golfers Who Rise with their Head /Spine in the Backswing (very small amount)

11/100 = 11%

Colin Montgomerie, Davis Love III, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Jim Furyk, Kenny Perry, Phil Michelson, Tom Watson, Zack Johnson, Dottie Pepper, Suzann Pettersen

Golfers Who lowered their Head / Spine in the Downswing

67/100 = 67%

Whether they rose or stayed level or lowered in their backswing

Adam Scott (2-3 inches), Angel Cabrera, Ben Hogan (2-3 inches), Billy Horshel, Brooks Koepka, Bubba Watson, Charl Swartzel, Charles Howel III, Charlie Hoffman, Colin Montgomerie, Daniel Berger, David Duval, Dustin Johnson, Freddie Couples, Gary Player, Gary Woodland, Graeme McDowell, Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Hunter Mahan, Ian Poulter, Jack Nicklaus, Jason Day, Jamie Sadlowski, JB Holmes, John Daly, Johnny Miller, Jon Rahm, Jonas Blixt, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Kenny Perry, Lee Trevino, Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer, Matt Kuchar, Mike Weir (very small), Moe Norman, Nick Faldo, Patrick Reed, Payne Stewart, Phil Michelson, Retief Goosen, Ryan Palmer, Sean O’Hair, Sergio Garcia, Scott McCarron, Steve Elkington, Thomas Pieters, Tiger Woods (even further in 2015), Zack Johnson, Beatriz Recari, Brittany Lincicome, Brooke Henderson, Dottie Pepper, Jessica Korda, Inbee Park, Laura Davies, Lexi Thompson, Lorena Ochoa, Lydia Ko, Mickey Wright, Morgan Pressel, Nancy Lopez, Paula Creamer ( even further), Sandra Gal, Suzann Pettersen

Golfers Who Rise in their downswing

4/100 = 4 %

Brant Snedeker, Jim Furyk (small amount)

(This is highly unusual as Jim Furyk sets up so closely to the ball that he has to create room to swing his club by getting taller both in his back swing and also in his downswing. While it works for him it’s not recommended), Luke Donald, Christie Kerr ( Early Extension Issues)

Golfers Who lower Their Head/Spine in the Backswing and then further lower it in the Downswing

40/100 = 40%

Adam Scott, Angel Cabrera, Ben Hogan, Billy Horshel, Bobby Jones, Brooks Koepka, Bubba Watson, Charl Swartzel, Charlie Hoffman, Daniel Berger, Dustin Johnson, Freddie Couples, Graeme Mcdowell, Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Jason Day, John Daly, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Martin Kaymer, Matt Kuchar, Nick Faldo, Rory Mcilroy, Sam Snead, Sergio Garcia, Scott McCarron, Tiger Woods (2001) and much larger movement 2015, Brooks Henderson, Jessica Korda, Laura Davies, Lexi Thompson, Lydia Ko, Michelle Wie, Mickey Wright, Morgan Pressel, Nancy Lopez, Paula Creamer

Golfers Who Stay behind the ball at Impact

Fall into Two (2) Categories ;

Head/Spine back in almost the same position as Set Up at Impact but Naturally Lower

32/100 = 32%

Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Brant Snedeker, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Charl Swartzel, Gary Player, Hunter Mahan, Jason Duffner, John Daly, Jonas Blixt, Jordan Spieth, Mark Calcavecchia, Martin Kaymer, Mike Weir, Moe Norman* (see above), Phil Michelson, Ricky Fowler, Rocco Mediate, Sam Snead, Scott McCarron, Steve Stricker, Zack Johnson, Anna Norqvist, Beatriz Recari ( She presets her head and spine in a backswing loaded position and then moves forward), Dottie Pepper, Lydia Ko, Paula Creamer, Sandra Gal, Stacey Lewis, Yani Tseng

Head/Spine to Left of Set Up at Impact but Naturally Lower (From Our Point of View)

68/100 = 68%

Adam Scott, Angel Cabrera, Bernard Langer, Billy Horshel, Brad Faxon, Bubba Watson, Charles Howel III, Charlie Hoffman, Colin Montgomerie, Curtis Strange, Daniel Berger, David Duval, Davis Love III, Dustin Johnson, Ernie Els, Freddie Couples, Gary Woodland, Graeme McDowell, Greg Norman, Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Ian Poulter, Jack Nicklaus, Jason Day, Jamie Sadlowski, JB Holmes, Jim Furyk, Johnny Miller, Jon Rahm, Justin Rose, Justin Thomas, Keegan Bradley, Kenny Perry, Lee Trevino, Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Luke Donald, Matt Kuchar, Nick Faldo, Patrick Reed, Payne Stewart, Retief Goosen, Rory Mcilroy, Ryan Palmer, Sean O’Hair, Sergio Garcia, Seve Ballesteros, Steve Elkington, Thomas Pieters, Tiger Woods 2001 and 2015, Tom Watson, Annika Sorenstam, Brittany Lincicome, Brooke Henderson, Charlie Hull, Christie Kerr, Inbee Park, Jessica Korda, Juli Inkster, Karrie Webb, Laura Davies, Lexi Thompson, Lorena Ochoa, Michelle Wie, Mickey Wright, Morgan Pressel, Nancy Lopez, Suzann Pettersen

Golfers Who Shake Hands with the Target

100/100 = 100%

Adam Scott, Angel Cabrera, Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Bernard Langer, Billy Horshel, Bobby Jones, Brad Faxon, Brant Snedeker, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Bubba Watson, Charl Swartzel, Charles Howel III, Charlie Hoffman, Colin Montgomerie, Curtis Strange, Daniel Berger, Davis Duval, Davis Love III, Dustin Johnson, Ernie Els, Freddie Couples, Gary Player, Gary Woodland, Graeme McDowell, Greg Norman, Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Hunter Mahan, Ian Poulter, Jack Nicklaus, Jamie Sadlowski, Jason Day, Jason Duffner, JB Holmes, Jim Furyk, John Daly, Johnny Miller, Jon Rahm, Jonas Blixt, Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose, Justin Thomas, Keegan Bradley, Kenny Perry, Lee Trevino, Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Luke Donald, Mark Calcavecchia, Martin Kaymer, Matt Kuchar, Mike Weir, Moe Norman, Nick Faldo, Patrick Reed, Payne Stewart, Phil Michelson, Retief Goosen, Ricky Fowler, Rocco Mediate, Rory Mcilroy, Ryan Palmer, Sam Snead, Scott McCarron, Sean O’Hair, Sergio Garcia, Seve Ballesteros, Steve Elkington, Steve Stricker, Thomas Pieters, Tiger Woods, Tom Watson, Zack Johnson, Anna Nordqvist, Annika Sorenstam, Beatriz Recari, Brittany Lincicome, Brooke Henderson, Charlie Hull, Christie Kerr, Dottie Pepper, Inbee Park, Jessica Korda, Juli Inkster, Karrie Webb, Laura Davies, Lexi Thompson, Lorena Ochoa, Lydia Ko, Michelle Wie, Mickey Wright, Morgan Pressel, Nancy Lopez, Paula Creamer, Sandra Gal, Stacey Lewis, Suzann Pettersen, Yani Tseng

Conclusions and Summary

Golfers who move their Head /Spine off of the ball in the Backswing

70/100 = 70 %

Golfers Who stay pretty much Still with their Head / Spine on the backswing (they turn around their spine)

28/100 = 28%

Golfers Who Move Their Head / Spine towards the Target in the Backswing

2/100 = 2%

Golfers Who Keep their Head/Spine Level in the Backswing

41/100 = 41%

Golfers Who Stay Completely Level with their Head/ Spine for the entire Swing

20/100 = 20%

Golfers Who Lower the Head / Spine in the Backswing

47/100 = 47%

Golfers Who Rise with their Head /Spine in the Backswing (very small amount)

11/100 = 11%

Golfers Who lowered their Head / Spine in the Downswing

67/100 = 67%

Whether they rose or stayed level or lowered in their backswing

Golfers Who Rise in their downswing

4/100 = 4 %

Golfers Who lower Their Head/Spine in the Backswing and then further lower it in the Downswing

40/100 = 40%

Golfers Who Stay behind the ball at Impact

Fall into Two (2) Categories ;

Head/Spine back in almost the same position as Set Up at Impact but Naturally Lower

32/100 = 32%

Head/Spine to Left of Set Up at Impact but Naturally Lower (From Our Point of View)

68/100 = 68%

Golfers Who Shake Hands with the Target

100/100 = 100%

Eye Dominance

Study Result; 61 RED Golfers and 39 LED Golfers or 61% RED 39% LED

Studies show that about two-thirds (66%) of people in the general population are right-eye dominant, one-third (33%) are left-eye dominant, and a small percentage (1%)  of people do not favor either eye.

This is not a large enough group to really gather completely accurate statistic’s (plus for the most part these are just guesses) but you can see the golfing group is trending towards the exact same percentages that occur in the general human population.

61 RED Golfers (61%) and 39 LED Golfers (39%)

Eye dominance is mostly a guess based on the golfer’s top of swing position and if when they have reached it they can clearly see a golf ball from their right eye.

In other words there’s probably no real advantage to being RED or LED although I have seen the argument that LED right handed players (or RED left handed players) can turn and load farther (creating bigger swings) and in theory create more power. Well this could be true a bigger swing isn’t necessarily an accurate swing so you’ll have to experiment here.

No reason why a right-handed golfer with a dominant right eye can’t set up a left eye pattern and increase their range of motion, flexibility, loading and perhaps power without giving up accuracy or consistently hitting the same swing positions.

Adam Scott RED, Angel Cabrera LED, Arnold Palmer LED, Ben Hogan RED, Bernard Langer LED, Billy Horshel LED, Bobby Jones RED, Brad Faxon RED, Brant Snedeker LED, Brooks Koepka RED, Bryson DeChambeau RED, Bubba Watson RED, Charl Swartzel RED, Charles Howel III RED, Charlie Hoffman RED, Colin Montgomerie RED, Curtis Strange RED, Daniel Berger LED, Davis Duval RED, Davis Love III RED, Dustin Johnson LED, Ernie Els RED, Freddie Couples RED, Gary Player RED, Gary Woodland RED, Graeme McDowell RED, Greg Norman LED, Henrik Stenson RED, Hideki Matsuyama RED, Hunter Mahan RED, Ian Poulter RED, Jack Nicklaus LED, Jason Day RED, Jason Duffner RED, Jamie Sadlowski LED, JB Holmes RED, Jim Furyk RED, John Daly LED, Johnny Miller LED, Jon Rahm RED, Jonas Blixt RED, Jordan Spieth RED, Justin Rose RED, Justin Thomas LED, Keegan Bradley RED, Kenny Perry LED, Lee Trevino RED, Lee Westwood LED, Louis Oosthuizen RED, Luke Donald LED, Mark Calcavecchia LED, Martin Kaymer RED, Matt Kuchar RED, Mike Weir RED, Moe Norman RED, Nick Faldo RED, Patrick Reed LED, Payne Stewart RED, Phil Michelson RED, Retief Goosen RED, Ricky Fowler LED, Rocco Mediate RED, Rory Mcilroy RED, Ryan Palmer RED, Sam Snead LED, Scott McCarron LED, Sean O’Hair LED, Sergio Garcia LED, Seve Ballesteros RED, Steve Elkington RED, Steve Stricker RED, Thomas Pieters LED , Tiger Woods LED, Tom Watson RED, Zack Johnson LED, Anna Nordqvist RED, Annika Sorenstam LED, Beatriz Recari RED, Brittany Lincicome LED, Brooke Henderson LED, Charley Hull RED, Christie Kerr RED, Dottie Pepper RED, Inbee Park RED, Jessica Korda RED, Juli Inkster LED, Karrie Webb LED, Laura Davies RED, Lexi Thompson LED, Lorena Ochoa LED, Lydia Ko LED, Michelle Wie RED, Mickey Wright LED, Morgan Pressel LED, Nancy Lopez LED, Paula Creamer RED, Sandra Gal RED, Stacey Lewis RED, Suzann Pettersen LED, Yani Tseng LED


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