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The Waste Management Phoenix Open, “The Greatest Show on Grass”

Waste Management 2The biggest names in golf will take the stage this weekend in TPC Scottsdale Arizona for the second stop of the West Coast swing. Even Tiger Woods will be competing after a “not so good” season last year with back surgery and a complete remake of his game. With the announcement of Tiger playing this year, the crowd expectancy is due to triple or quadruple over last year’s turn out. Rory and Tiger will be in full swing with their new complete Nike Vapor series of golf equipment that has officially launched in-stores this weekend. Find a store near you.

Here are a few of the new products you will see in play at the Waste Management event:

+ FJ Hyperflex – Eric Compton was spotted wearing this FootJoy Hyperflex shoe during practice rounds. Check out more on these innovative shoes here: http://www.worldwidegolfshops.com/hyperfelx/Search

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Footjoy Hyperflex Shoe

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Tiger Woods was seen lacing up his new Nike Golf TW15 shoes during a practice round  (Available soon at www.worldwidegolfshops.com)

Tiger Woods, TW15

Callaway Chrome soft – Phil Mickelson recently announced that he has changed his golf ball. Phil has never been afraid of making equipment changes and says the new Callaway Chrome Soft is the ball for him.Callaway, Chrome Soft,

Click here to view the new Callaway Chrome Soft Balls

 

 

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Bill Haas Wins Humana Challenge

Bill Haas Wins 2015 Human Challenge

Bill Haas Wins 2015 Human Challenge

“It felt like a train wreck all coming together,” Haas said.

Leading by a stroke on the final hole Sunday in the Humana Challenge, Haas flew the right bunker with his drive and the ball trickled left and stopped on the ledge of the front lip.

“I could see from the tee where it ended up and I was shocked,” Haas said.

Haas came up with an imaginative escape, conjuring memories of the shot he splashed out of the water to 3 feet in his playoff victory in the 2011 Tour Championship,