Last week, he went to New York to meet former President Bill Clinton and it is absolutely clear that he loves the game of golf. Thanks to the work the Clinton Foundation is doing along with Humana, not only is the former Bob Hope Classic now secure for eight years but they are breaking new ground in promoting healthy initiatives on the PGA TOUR. The Fall Series has been incredibly exciting this year as there have been some exciting finishes, compelling stories among the winners and non-winners including Tiger Woods, and on top of that, you have the race for the top 125 on the Money List. Tom Lewis is another example of the young talent in the world of golf is becoming even younger as Lewis joins other young stars like Manassero, McIlroy, and Fowler. TaylorMade is increasing its production of anchored putters and are raising their sales estimates for next year. Other companies including Cleveland Golf are also increasing production of anchored putters and sales are projected to skyrocket in 2012 thanks to the success of so many players using this kind of putter.
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