Here's a shot of the Spin Milled TVD 60° I made up for Daisuke Maruyama this week. He was playing a standard Vokey Design 260.08 pretty much all season, but saw another player's TVD model and asked if he could try one last week at the Wachovia Championship. Unfortunately, I only had a few 60° heads on hand and had already used them to build wedges for Brad Faxon, Zach Johnson and another player. Instead, I made him up a 58° TVD and bent it to 59°. I made him his 60° and left it in his locker as soon as I got the new heads in on Monday. I just saw him on the range and he said he loves it. There's not a lot of switching of wedges this week and I think a lot of it has to do with the course conditions being very similar to what the players saw at Quail Hollow last week. -- Bob Vokey


Daisuke's new Vokey Design TVD 60°.


Daisuke on the range at TPC Sawgrass.

Arron Oberholser spent some time in the Tour Van today with Scotty Cameron. Arron has adjusted his set-up to where his arms are more relaxed and less mechanical, and wanted to try a little longer length. He asked Scotty to make a couple Circa 62 No. 6 putters at 36", an inch longer than he normally plays, and 2° flat. Arron put the Circa 62 No. 6 with the Charcoal Mist finish in his bag for the first time at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship. According to Arron, the B-Back design of the No. 6 model looks better to his eye, and he loves the sound which he translates into better feel. One of the new putters is made of German Stainless Steel (GSS) with a chrome finish, while the other is Carbon Steel with a gun-blued Tour Black finish. Arron plans to work with the putters during the week to determine which he'll use as his gamer at THE PLAYERS. -- Joe Gomes


Arron and Scotty inside the Tour Van.


Arron looks excited to get his new Circa 62 No. 6s.


Scotty imparts some of his knowledge of the putting stroke on Arron.


Scotty makes some adjustments to one of Arron's new putters on the loft & lie machine.

With no tournament scheduled for the Champions Tour this week, Bill Haas had his dad Jay travel to TPC Sawgrass to work with him in preparation for THE PLAYERS. Bill has struggled of late, missing his last five cuts on the PGA Tour. After observing Bill on the driving range and course, Jay had Bill move his hands forward slightly at address, which can be seen in the images below. Let's hope that some advice from the PGA Tour's all-time leader in cuts made helps get Bill back on track! -- Steve Mata


Jay helps Bill on the driving range at TPC Sawgrass.


It's good to have the PGA Tour's all-time leader in cuts made in your corner.


Bill's address position before working with Jay.


Bill's address position after making the adjustment.

Scotty's Custom Shop

There are a variety of headcovers and grips available to players in the Tour Van, as you can see from the images below. Be sure to check out Scotty's Custom Shop to see how you can personalize your own Cameron putter(s).


Custom Scotty Cameron putter covers in the Tour Van.


Different grip options that are available in the Tour Van.

On a brand new episode of Golf Fitness Academy, co-hosts Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips are joined by PGA Tour player Brett Quigley who demonstrates a series of yoga exercises to develop strength and flexibility and improve your overall golf game. Quigley, who converted to yoga from a more intense weight-based strength program about four years ago, begins by explaining what yoga has done for his golf game and demonstrating a simple warm-up routine. He follows that with several movements that focus on rotation, especially in the hips, which can help with distance control. Finally, Brett, Dave and Greg target the lower body and shoulders. In addition, the episode features several quick yoga-related Performance Tips specifically designed to improve your game and overall fitness. Episode 4: Brett Quigley Wednesday, May 2* 10:30 p.m. EDT The Golf Channel *This episode will re-air on May 3 at 2 a.m., May 6 at 3:30 p.m., May 14 at 6:30 p.m., and May 15 at 5:30 a.m. (All times EDT)
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