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Watch streaker imitate stripper in just underwear on golf course at PGA Tour before belly flopping into pond

, Watch streaker imitate stripper in just underwear on golf course at PGA Tour before belly flopping into pond

THE WASTE MANAGEMENT Phoenix Open golf tournament was interrupted by a male streaker.

The tournament is being held at TPC Scottsdale in America, which houses over 17,000 fans.

The Phoenix Open was interrupted by a streaker who then belly flopped into the water

However, one rowdy individual decided to get in on the action in just his UNDERWEAR before belly flopping into the water on the course.

The hilarious incident occurred on the 17th tee on Friday.

The man burst out of the crowd and past security to rush the green.

He streaked straight across the course and made his way to the flag stick.

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The individual then raised his arms up and proceeded to pole dance with the stick before security raced over.

However, that was not the end of his antics.

The man, who had “19th hole” written on his back which appeared to be a reference to another streaker at The Open Championship at St. Andrews back in 1995, outmanoeuvred the staff.

And he proceeded to run straight over to a pond on the course and belly flop straight into it.

However, despite laughter erupting around the area, AZSports later tweeted a picture of the streaker in handcuffs..

Golf’s Phoenix Open will finish on Sunday. 

Last year’s winner Scottie Scheffler is on top at 10 under.

He is currently two strokes ahead of Adam Hadwin and Jon Rahm.

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Can I improve the game of golf by not practicing?

It is vital to practice regularly if you want to improve your game. You can still improve your game even if you don’t have the time or resources for consistent drills. Keep in mind that you should always strive to practice what you have set out to do. Playing faster is the best way to improve your game. The same goes for if your goal is to hit the target further.

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Your swing mechanics must be improved. While you might be proficient at holding the club correctly, your body will not feel the same way. Once you’ve learned how to hold the club correctly, you can focus on strengthening your flexibility and strength. Start off slowly, working up to longer distances. As you improve your scores, you will notice a more consistent game.

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  • However, if you go in thinking that you will get all the way down to a 10, you will likely stunt your progress because your expectations are way out of line. (
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Five Steps to Lower your Golf Scores

  1. Start off with the right equipment. It’s important to have the right equipment. Learning how to play the game of golf is the best way to determine what kind of club to use. If you don’t know anyone who plays golf, ask around at your local driving range. They may even give you an instructor’s lesson for free if they like to see new faces.
  2. Practice makes perfect. This is obvious, but practicing is the best way to improve your game. It doesn’t really matter if you are playing with friends or solo; practicing is crucial. Keep track of your progress when you begin practicing. Note everything that you do in order to track your progress.
  3. Play more. When you first get started, it’s probably going to feel like you’re spending too much money on golfing gear, so you won’t go out nearly enough. But once you get in a rhythm, you’ll find that you actually enjoy it. So the next step is to increase your frequency of play. Try to play at least three rounds per week. You should aim to play at least one round of 18 holes per week and two rounds (9 holes) each week.
  4. Don’t forget to eat well. Many people think eating well after lunch is better than breakfast. But this isn’t healthy. Try to eat something before leaving the house. A small snack with protein, carbs, and fat is a good idea. Then, when you arrive at the course, you can have a light meal consisting of lean proteins and vegetables.
  5. Keep hydrated. Hydration can cause muscle pains and headaches, so drink plenty of fluids. Water is vital for optimal performance.




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