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Overhauled Swing Helps Choi Win TPC

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The Players Championship had been over for perhaps 10 minutes and Steve Bann was talking excitedly to his wife, who was back home in Australia, about what he had just witnessed.

And by that, we mean he was on the TPC Sawgrass property, with the two combatants well within his range of vision, as the heat was turned up to maximum boil.

One of the longtime swing coach's pupils, K.J. Choi, was facing a must-make par putt on the 72nd hole and had already missed three times from roughly the same range over the previous nine holes. This time, he needed to make the putt to force a sudden-death playoff with Read Full Article »

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