Sean O’Hair is a professional golfer born in 1982 in Texas. Unlike many other pro golfers seen today, O’Hair did not attend college or play college golf. He turned pro before his senior year of high school, in 1999, soon enrolling in the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Florida.
The Nike SQ Dymo driver is all-new for 2009. The 2009 DYMO driver corrects a few issues seen in previous models, including an improved grip for better control on each shot. DYMO stands for “Dynamic Moment of Inertia,” which means that the club technology has been optimized to provide the best performance every time, no matter how you hit the ball. Re-engineered to optimize launch and loft, it is designed to make it easier to get the ball airborne. With optimized ball flight, you’ll be able to get maximum distance out of every shot.
The US Open Golf Championship takes place annually in June, each year at a different course across the country. This tournament is the second of four major championships in golf that take place each year. It began in 1895, and is the second oldest of today’s major golf tournaments. It has changed in formats several times over the decades; today the US Open uses a format established in 1965, of 18 holes per day for four days.
Angel Cabrera, born in 1969, is an Argentine professional golfer. The son of a handyman and a maid, Cabrera became a caddy at the age of 10, where he first learned to golf by playing against the other caddies. Unlike many other pro golfers who start very young, Cabrera did not own a set of his own clubs until he was 16.
The Callaway Diablo Neutral fairway wood is part of the very popular Big Bertha line. The Callaway Diablo fairway wood blends control and accuracy with forgiveness, distance, and versatility, to create a club that is perfect for many different skill levels. Even with mis-hits, slices and hooks are not as pronounced as with most other clubs.
The FedEx Cup is a championship trophy on the PGA Tour. First awarded in 2007 after a points race, each year since then it has undergone rule changes to address issues that arose during the previous year.
The Byron Nelson Championship, currently sponsored by HP, is a PGA Tour golf tournament held in late April or early May. It s held at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas in Texas. The Byron Nelson Championship is one of only two PGA Tour events named after a pro golfer; the other is the Arnold Palmer Invitational.