January 30, 2006

Junior Golf

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Institute has now partnered with the (American Junior Association) to begin what is now called the Medicus Junior Series Tournament. These tournaments will be slated at 8 venues across the United States.

Some of the other Junior services we will provide is the storing of statistical information, create resumes, notify coaches of college bound players, on-line video Video swing samples for coaches to view. The goal is to aid those who may not have the means to “Live Your Vision”. (More about Live Your Vision at another time.)

So, Medicus proudly sponsors the Medicus Preseason / Post Season Junior Series.

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January 25, 2006

PGA Merchandise Show

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We arrived in Orlando Monday afternoon, after getting at 2:30 AM to catch the flight from Arizona to Florida, and immediately feel into a coma! Yesterday was media day and we had over 90 golf writers from around the world playing in a golf outing at Royal St Cloud Golf Course.

Beau Rials and I gave demonstrations with the Medicus hinged clubs, worked on a few golf swings, and played golf with the writers. All in all a good day.

The rest of our team arrives later today and staring tomorrow everything breaks loose! It’ll be a busy week but we’ll try to keep you updated and hopefully have some pictures up as well.

If any of you are at the show - drop by to see us - we’ll be at the Golf Today booth - or have us paged.

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January 23, 2006

Campbell Hangs On To Win

Campbell seals the deal at Bob Hope Chrysler Classic

Jan. 22, 2006
GolfWeb Wire Services

PALM DESERT, Calif. — Chad Campbell let one slip away a week ago. Not this time.

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Campbell, who hadn’t had much success in the past when he went into the final day with a lead, shot a scrambling 71 Sunday to hold off Scott Verplank and Jesper Parnevik and win the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.

“It’s nice to come back after the way things worked out last Sunday, to come out today and get the job done,” said Campbell, who was tied with David Toms for the lead in Hawaii last week before shooting a closing 70 to Toms’ winning 65.

Campbell took the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic lead in the second round of the 90-hole tournament and never gave it up, although Verplank briefly drew even early in the closing round. Read More…

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January 22, 2006

John Who?

Senden in mid-season form in California Jan. 21, 2006

By Larry Bohannon PGATOUR.com Contributor

PALM DESERT, Calif. — It may be the start of the professional golf season in the United States, but John Senden is in mid-season form after playing the big events in his home country of Australia.

“I felt like I was in good form at home,” Senden said after shooting a 5-under 67 at Bermuda Dunes to remain in third place at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. “And I’m working on the same issues while I’m out there. So I’m looking forward to keep that good run continuing throughout this year.”

During the months of November and December, Senden was in his home country playing the trio of top Australian tournaments. All three of those events were won by Robert Allenby, but Senden was encouraged by his performances in the events.

“I finished runner-up against Robert Allenby, well, Robert Allenby won all three tournaments, then I finished sixth at the Australian PGA, and fourth at the Australian Masters,” Senden said. Read More…

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January 21, 2006

Chad Campbell

Campbell maintains four-stroke advantage in California
Jan. 20, 2006 Golf Web Wire Services

PALM DESERT, Calif. — Chad Campbell kept chipping away at par Friday in the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, shooting a 4-under 68 for a four-stroke lead after three rounds

He went to 19-under 197 through 54 holes of the 90-hole event. Scott Verplank had a 65 and John Senden a 68 to tie for second.

Phil Mickelson, who won the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic in 2002 and 2004 and is making his first start of the year, had a 68 that left him six shots off the lead. Pat Perez tied him for fourth at 13 under, shooting a 70.

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