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Michelle Wie Swing Vision Slow Motion Golf Swing

Michelle Wie rallied from four strokes back entering the day to shoot a 5-under 67 on Saturday and win the LPGA LOTTE Championship. "I'm just having fun out there," said Wie, who grew up in Honolulu. "I was out there and nervous. Every time I felt nervous out there, I was looking around, I felt there was no place I'd rather be."

Matt Jones Swing Vision Slow Motion Golf Swing

Matt Jones rallied for a 6-under-par 33-33=66 in the final round of the Shell Houston Open to post the lead in the clubhouse at 15-under 273 and will face Matt Kuchar in a playoff. The Aussie was on fire in the finale at Golf Club of Houston, circling eight birdies to just two bogeys on his afternoon. He got his first blemish out of the way at the first hole, then saved his second for the par-4 17th when his drive rolled through the fairway and into a hazard. He ended his day with a 46'2" birdie at the difficult par-4 18th. He landed 15 GIR and gained just shy of five strokes with the flat stick in the final round. This is the 156th PGA TOUR start for Jones, and should he hold on for the victory it would be his first win.

Matt Every Swing Vision Slow Motion Swing

Patrick Reed Swing Vision Slow Motion Swing

Patrick Reed is at it again winning for the third time in 14 starts on the PGA Tour. Now 20th in the world and moving up fast. Check out his golf swing. WGC Cadillac Championship Champ

Torrance delighted with Ryder Cup role

Sam Torrance has admitted he is delighted to have been named one of Europe’s vice captains for this year’s Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. The Scot, alongside Des Smyth, was named as European captain Paul McGinley’s assistants for September’s event, for which Europe are favourites with Paddy Power. With the Irishman finalising his captaincy plans for this year’s tournament, McGinley has added two experienced men to his team in the shape of Torrance and Smyth.

Torrance made eight Ryder Cup appearances as a player and then captained Europe to a sensational victory at the Belfry in 2002, when McGinley holed the winning putt that handed the European team the victory. Torrance has been close friends with McGinley for a number of years, and the Scot has admitted he is overjoyed to be back involved in the Ryder Cup for the first time in 12 years.

“Everyone knows how much The Ryder Cup has meant to me over my career so I am absolutely delighted to be involved once again. Paul was a special part of my team in 2002 and he knows I will do everything possible to help him and the team at Gleneagles.

"I was never prouder in my career than when I put on the Ryder Cup sweater and it's no different this time,” said the 60-year old.

While Smyth may not be as experienced as Torrance, the Irishman played in two Ryder Cups as a player, in 1979 and 1981, and also served as vice-captain to Ian Woosnam in the comprehensive victory over the Americans at the K Club in 2006. The 61-year old has been a close associate of McGinley throughout the European captain’s career and the Irishman will be pleased to be able to call upon Smyth’s experience during September’s event.

Victorious Day Vows to End Major Heartbreak

Jason Day is targeting more success at the US Masters in April after beating Frenchman Victor Dubuisson in the World Golf Championships Match Play final.

The 26-year-old Australian surprised the golf betting by edging to victory in a nail-biting encounter with a birdie at the 23rd hole at Dove Mountain in Arizona.

The victory lifts Day from number 11 in the world rankings to a career-high four - behind Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, and Henrik Stenson - but he is determined to claim his first Major in Augusta after enduring several recent near-misses.

He finished second in both the Masters and US Open in 2011 before once again being the runner-up at last year’s US Open.

Day was also third behind winner and compatriot, Scott, in Augusta ten months ago and is determined to break his duck this year, saying. “It’s no secret I’d like to win there after coming so close.

“Now I want to see how far I can take this. I’ve been sick of not winning and it took me nearly four years, but I’ve got my second US tour win finally and the hard work has paid off.”

Meanwhile, Europe captain, Paul McGinley, believes that Dubuisson will make a big impact at the Ryder Cup later this year at Gleneagles, a belief shared by many fans who bet on golf.

Dubuisson’s recent form has been such that he is already almost guaranteed a place in the European team and skipper, McGinley, is excited by the potential of the young Frenchman, saying of his chances of being involved in the Ryder Cup:

 "If he was 90 per cent before the week he is 99.9 per cent now. With all the evidence we have seen this week I think he will be a very welcome addition to the team.

“You can't help but be very impressed. A lot of us were all learning about Victor and the fortitude he has shown under pressure all week has been most impressive."

Jason Day Swing Vision Slow Motion Swing

Jason Day captures first WGC title at Match Play
Jason Day needed 23 holes to win the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship over Victor Dubuisson. Two up with two to play, Day was unable to close out the Frenchman in regulation, but it set up an incredible sudden death. On the first two extra holes -- the par-4 first and par-4 ninth, respectively -- Dubuisson hit approaches into seemingly impossible situations in the desert only to save par both times. After halving the 10th (third hole of sudden death) and 14th (fourth), Day was able to get up-and-down for birdie on the par-4 15th to close out the match. Given that Day finished third at Dove Mountain last year and already has a T2 on the PGA TOUR in 2014, it wasn't a shock that he found his way into the final and ultimately won. He never trailed in either of his matches on Sunday. In fact, the last time he was behind was at the third hole of the quarterfinals against Louis Oosthuizen. This was the first WGC win and second PGA TOUR title of the Aussie's career. His only other PGA TOUR win came at the 2010 HP Byron Nelson Championship.