“Easy peasy lemon squeezy”

Times have changed.  Many will argue golf is no longer “easy peasy lemon squeezy” as the young caddy in the 2005 golf movie, The Greatest Game Ever Played expressed it was.  It’s still the same game, but the way players prepare has changed dramatically and every golfer dreams of state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to help analyze and, in effect, improve their game.  View the following pieces to obtain a sense of what today’s SEC Mizzou Men’s Golf team uses to improve their game through the eyes of Mizzou’s Senior-Captain and All-American, Ryan Zech.


Ryan Scene Setter

March 2015 – The Club at Old Hawthorne’s Walsworth Family Golf Center in Columbia, Missouri.  The Mizzou Men’s Golf team takes advantage of their ability to practice both outdoors and indoors at the Walsworth Family Golf Center.


Ryan Panorama

March 2015 – The Club at Old Hawthorne’s Walsworth Family Golf Center in Columbia, Missouri.  The Mizzou Men’s Golf Team enjoys the nice weather while it lasts by practicing on their putting green and in their chipping yard.

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Ryan Portrait

March 2015 – The Club at Old Hawthorne’s Walsworth Family Golf Center in Columbia, Missouri.  No need to shout “Fore!” as Mizzou’s Senior-Captain and All-American, Ryan Zech, gives his teammate the ‘thumbs-up’ to go ahead and hit his shot.


Ryan Detail

March 2015 – The Club at Old Hawthorne’s Walsworth Family Golf Center in Columbia, Missouri.  Mizzou’s Senior-Captain and All-American, Ryan Zech, uses his Bushnell laser rangefinder to discern how far he needs to hit his next shot.


Indoor Panarama

March 2015 – The Club at Old Hawthorne’s Walsworth Family Golf Center in Columbia, Missouri.  Inside the Walsworth Family Golf Center the North Hitting Bay is “golfer heaven” with three state-of-the-art pieces of technology: The Science & Motion Sports PuttStation Sand Putting Lab, the TrackMan Pro HD Swing & Ball-Flight Analysis Tool, and the TrackMan HD Golf Course Simulator.

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