On his way to the top of the table after 36 holes with a score of -11 at the Palmetto Championship, Chesson Hadley used a putter that he nicknamed “Little Nana”.
The Palmetto Championship took place at Congaree, par71 with a $7.3 million prize fund in South Carolina, replacing the RBC Canadian Open that was canceled because of Covid-19.
On the opening day of June 10, Hadley hit 65 strokes on par71, with seven birdies and one bogey on the scoreboard. Yesterday 11/6, he finished the second round with 66 strokes, also seven birdies but two bogeys. This match, Hadley reached 306.6 yards in two holes recorded by the PGA Tour as the average distance of the first hole. In the whole match, the player born in 1987 missed only one of the 14 fairways and went to the green according to the standard 14 holes.
After two rounds, Hadley monopolized the first place with a two-stroke difference from world number one Dustin Johnson.
“She is so sweet. If I can maintain my excitement with her, I will continue to play with her until …”, the American golfer left his description of the sharpness when using “Little Nana” for the past two days. when responding to the media.
He hesitated and then laughed before answering the next question. “I was thinking about the personal comment I just made. You guys should try it in the article,” Hadley suggested with a mischievous look.
This golfer revealed to use his grandmother’s name “Nana” for the putter before. Earlier this year, when she died, he kept that putter as a keepsake. Using the new tree, Hadley still wanted to honor his deceased loved one, so he named it “Nana Jr”.
“My grandmother was lovely, sweet, and very kind. I hope the stick is like that,” Hadley explained the origin of the nickname for the pit-lock weapon.
A score of -11 through 36 holes is considered a positive result for Hadley on the PGA Tour 2020-2021. Since the start of the season, he has been eliminated 12 times across 18 events, five of them in a row since mid-April. In the last three weeks, he did not compete to refresh himself and practice more skills.
This season, the putter is not Hadley’s problem. According to the arena’s technical statistics, Hadley is 14th in hole closing, but 187th in tee efficiency and 192th in hole-to-green handling. He is born left-handed, but swings the club on the opposite side.
Hadley has been playing professionally since 2010, so far, he has only won a trophy on the PGA Tour, at the 2014 Puerto Rico Open. The event entered the world’s most attractive golf tournament system since 2008. So far, only Viktor Hovland, when he won the Mayakoba Classic 2020 just broke the “Coco Beach curse” – The Puerto Rico Open champion can’t win the pro or the PGA Tour later. Alex Cejka won the first part on the Outlaw Tour 2020.
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