Turner makes the weekend in US Senior PGA25 May 2013
Greg Turner of Queenstown has put together rounds of 74 and 70 to make the cut in the US PGA Senior Championship, being played at Bellerive Golf Club, St Louis, Missouri.
In what is the 50 year olds first senior start outside of New Zealand Turner is tied 49th with his good friend Peter Fowler.
The event is being lead by fellow Kentukians Russ Cochrane and Kenny Perry, both putting together rounds of 69 and 66.
The leading Australasian is Peter Senior, rounds of 68 & 71 to be in 7th place.
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PGA Professionals learnt from one of the worlds leading Sports Biomechanist Ryan Lumsden at the new Golf Technologies Studio in Auckland on Monday.
The importance of understanding what the body does and the loading on the joints and muscles that the modern golfer puts on their body is enormous, with golfers always searching for more and more distance the importance of understanding potential injuries and how the body functions is of the upmost importance to the PGA Coach.
Ryan is regarded as one of the leading authorities in the area of golf biomechanics. A university graduate in Sports Science, Ryan has worked with many of the best players in the world including Nick Faldo, Michael Sim and many of the leading Australian players. Ryan is the Director of Qgolf, a company that specialises in offering golf biomechanics services to elite players and golf associations. Ryan has delivered presentations all over the world and is highly skilled and experienced in working as an integral member of a coaching team.
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