Instagram Roundup: Tiger’s Swing Looks Tight, India’s Deep Packed Bunker, Jimmy Walker’s USGA Plea And Na Touts A Tour-Only Pro V1

As Tiger Woods prepares for his first Valspar, his swing looks just that much more tighter and impressive, but as Dan Kilbridge reports, Wednesday’s pro-am round did suggest (6 of 18 greens) that Woods is still adjusting to Innisbrook’s tough approach shots.

Tiger’s glutes look activated 🐯🍑💪 (Sound Up 🔊⬆️) #GlutesActivated #TigerWoods via: @nick_dimarco_ . . . . . #golf #golfislife #golflife #golfing #golfswing #whyilovethisgame #pga #pgatour #taylormadegolf #teamtaylormade #nikegolf #topgolf #valsparchamp #valsparchampionship

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The Hero Indian Open at DLF Golf And Country Club features a bunker getting a lot of attention this week.

🙏🏼 📷 @plarrazabal #HIO2018

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Jimmy Walker is making a plea to the USGA on behalf of everyday golfers…

Out there in the distance, besides the setting sun, is number 7 at Pebble Beach. I’ve hit 7 iron before. It’s 107 yards. I’ve chipped a 60 degree wedge. Too many variables in an outdoor sport to grasp what is actually happening. What I do know is the USGA does not have their fingers on the pulse of the game. Taking away a putter that helps many many people enjoy the game is wrong. Rolling back the golf ball 20% is another bad idea. Ask the normal golfer how much they would enjoy the game if they flew it 20% shorter. I’m asking. Would you enjoy that? Changing golf for the masses because a small few who play it a different level is wrong. The greats and USGA have it wrong.

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Kevin Na posted his improvement in ball speed with a new Pro V 1x ball not available to the public but on the conforming list. Presumably, if all comments over the last week are to be believed, this will not amount to more distance for him. The post is no longer on Na’s account.

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