Looking ahead to the PGA Tour's Florida Swing, new Myrtle Beach golf courses, and Gary Wiren on lessons from the Champions Tour
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In this week’s podcast, host Dave Berner talks to WorldGolf.com’s Tom Spousta about the PGA Tour’s upcoming Florida Swing.
“We have two that will be open in the spring, and there’s a third that won’t be open until later this year,” Tucker says. “The first one - it actually opened in December – is The Valley at Eastport Golf Club.”
What can the average duffer learn from the guys on the Champions Tour? A lot, says PGA Hall of Fame member Gary Wiren, director of instruction for Donald Trump Golf Properties and founder of Golf Around the World.
“There are a lot of examples of players that never were that great on the regular tour, but when they got on the senior tour they’re actually beating guys who used to beat them,” Wiren says. “Why? Sometimes it’s the fact that they started later in life to take care of themselves, work out, get into good physical shape.”
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