Rory back to N.1: CaddiePlayer "SwingScore" show you why

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Crans-Montana, Switzerland August 6th

Thanks to ShotLink PGATour Track System, I could "CaddiePlayer"  RoryAdam and Tano during the World Golf Championships Bridgestone-Invitational.

 Rory regained the World Number one ranking by winning the tournament and moves Adam  to second place. Tano finish last.

CaddiePlayer will show you what you can make of it. 

  • Rory overall game was outstanding

(Since CaddiePlayer is the only System that calculates a "SwingScore", you can see below the comparison between Rory’s "SwingScores" and his RealScores... there are all under par!)

 

  • Adam overall game was inconsistent! However Adam's perfect short game could manage an impressive 65 on day 3 with only 23 putts.

(You can see below significant variations between Adam's RealScores and "SwingScores", on day 3 up to 10 shots difference).

 

 

  • Tano struggled with his long game!

(Day 2, Tano's "SwingScore" 86, dropping too many shots with his tee shots to go up the leaderboard. Still a nice USD 50’000 cash in to finish last).

 

Rory

Zone1

Zone2

Zone3

Zone4

Attempts

3

9

30

30

In

3

8

16

2

100%

89%

53%

7%

r1

r2

r3

r4

Rscore

69

64

66

66

Sscore

66

68

65

64

 

Adam

Zone1

Zone2

Zone3

Zone4

Attempts

7

16

32

15

In

7

14

12

0

100%

88%

38%

0%

r1

r2

r3

r4

Rscore

69

68

65

71

Sscore

79

77

75

72

 

 

Tano

Zone1

Zone2

Zone3

Zone4

Attempts

5

16

25

25

In

5

14

6

0

100%

88%

24%

0%

r1

r2

r3

r4

Rscore

76

78

73

77

Sscore

72

86

80

85

 

To understand more about the "SwingScore" and how CaddiePlayer can help your game,  do not hesitate to contact me. CaddiePlayer act as a road map to the top!  To learn more register now

Best regards. Stéphane Barras, CaddiePlayer Founder

 

CaddiePlayer was @The_British_Open_2014

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I was betting for Rory Mcilroy, but did not win the 100’000£. His father Did!

 

Dubai Desert Classic 2007, Rory Mcilroy is playing as an Amateur, I am there scouting for a German Sports Agent who request me to find the next superstar of Golf. I am on the range at the Emirates Golf Club, my eyes sharp as an eagle, thanks to more than 30 years watching the best swing in the world, my eyes are scanning for the “Magic Move” and here it is, the Irish 17 years of age public unknown, curly dark hair, playing as an Amateur alongside the best and here I went following Rory Mcilroy at the Majlis course, 4 hours later, I was speaking with Father Mcilroy (Gerry) if his son was still available for a Agent Contract. “Sure, Yes we would highly appreciate some support! Thank you for your interest in my Son. Here is my phone number” I quickly past on Gerry’s phone to Sports Agent Greiner but Greiner never called Gerry.

British Open 2014, July 20th Hoylake Royal Liverpool, I am trying to catch a piece of the Action, Rory is lifting the Claret Jug, the bet is won, Player Rory Glory and Agent Greiner Pity!

This time I did not bet for Rory but for Casey! Note: As I was sharing the room with Casey’s Caddie Paul Duca. I felt the odds 50-1 was a good chance to pay off my room. Never less, I did not come to Hoylake to bet, I came to Hoylake to Promote CaddiePlayer and thanks to Todd Hamilton (2004 British Open Winner and First CaddiePlayer non official Player that I assist back in 2012 to get a Top10 in PGA tour ) Todd kindly granted me a “PlayerGuestBadge”. Having a “PlayerGuesBadge” is the ultimate “Sesame Ouvre Toi” to see closer and better where the real action is: Players, Agents, Sponsors, Coaches, Families and close friends they are all there. So if you want to meet them just say Hi. I was there to CaddiePlayer John Daly and Todd Hamilton. Daly because last time I was at the British 1995 he won and since then I got to meet Daly's girl friend Annie now her Caddie too.

However my biggest surprise of all would not come from Hamilton’s “PlayerGuestBadge” but from my every day Journey Back to Liverpool one hour Train ride from Hoylake. Its 20h30, after a long day at Hoylake I finally arrive at JamesStreetStation down Town Liverpool to disembark and run up to the Elevator as a last to enter, I find myself face to face with who I believe to be Sean Foley!? Is it really him?? I saw him on TV, on Magazine, on the Web, Foley the coach of Tiger Woods face to face with Me in a Liverpool Train Station Elevator!?

What to do next? So here I say: Are you Sean Foley? The Famous Sean Foley? When he answer “Yes” and I said: “cool me too I am a coach” He looked at me and must have thought “So What…” but then I said: “I am a CaddiePlayer coach… “ I gave him the CaddiePlayer brochure, my card and explain Foley that CaddiePlayer is a course management solution when he answers: “… Yes, course management is important….” and here our “Face to Face” ended. He turned left to his hotel and me right to mine…. Walking back I thoughts wooah…. I just met Sean Foley the most wanted Coach of the moment in a public Train Station… Will he contact me? Instead GOD did it.

Next day, Friday 20h30 as thousands of people are heading home after another day of British Open Golf extravaganza, I am at Hoylake Train Station and guess what? Sean Foley is again next to me!? What a coincidence, I thought what!? “This is too much….” I toke out my camera not to miss this First-class Selfi to post it on my facebook page and witness tens of “I Like”.  To make it short, I got to ride a one hour train journey next to SUPER BUSY, SUPER COACH Sean Foley…. When he finally start to ask me questions….

Until next time!

Stéphane Barras, CaddiePlayer or Die = The ultimate Science into Golf Solution

 

Family celebration Rory MciLroy with Mother an Father Gerry who also win his 100'000£ 2004  bet.

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McDowell secures thrilling victory!

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Le Golf National, Alstom French Open, 6 July 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facts of note:

  • Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell (67) successfully defends his Alstom Open de France title
  • American Kevin Stadler (76) and Thai Thongchai Jaidee (72) both fall one short
  • Frenchman Victor Riu (76) finishes 8th and secures his spot for the Open championship in two weeks time

Graeme McDowell produced a brilliant final round to overturn an eight shot deficit and successfully defend a tournament for the first time in his career. McDowell shrugged off some miserable weather conditions to retain his Alstom Open de France title, carding a closing 67 at Le Golf National, the joint-lowest round on a wet and windy day.

But the former US Open Champion still needed American Kevin Stadler to miss from two feet for par on the 18th, an effort which would have forced a sudden death play-off. With McDowell then dropping his only shot of the day on the 18th after finding heavy rough off the tee, Stadler needed to par the 18th to force a play-off but missed from two feet just as McDowell left the recording area to prepare for extra holes. Stadler's closing 76 left him in a tie for second with Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee, who dropped five shots in the first four holes but played the remainder in four under for a 72.

"I'm very surprised," McDowell said after claiming his tenth European Tour title. "Midway through my second glass of red wine last night, when I was very disappointed with my back-nine performance on Saturday, I really didn't think I'd be a) standing here with an opportunity to be in a play-off and b) with a trophy in my hands. I feel very fortunate. Kevin Stadler is a great, great player. I literally gave him that putt on the last green. I didn't expect him to miss that. It's not really the way you like to win. I was ready to go for the play-off, but I'll take it and run. I really needed this victory. It's a special one for me. It's pretty timely. There's a busy summer ahead and this a really good kick-start to the summer."

McDowell has deliberately played a lighter schedule this year to leave himself fresher for the second half of the season. "It's a good decision now, but I have to say myself and my team were starting to question it," the former US Open Champion added. "But my body has probably never been in as good a shape at this point in the season coming into two Major Championships, the FedEx Cup play-offs and hopefully The Ryder Cup. I'm very proud to defend my first title ever and this is the boost I needed on many fronts, especially The Ryder Cup (the win takes him tenth on the European points list)."

Stadler found himself five clear of the field when playing partner Jaidee got off to a terrible start and local favourite Victor Riu followed a birdie on the first with a double bogey on the second after hitting his tee shot in the water. But the 34 year old then missed from 18 inches for par on the fourth and four feet on the sixth, before running up a double-bogey six on the next where his ball was only found in the deep rough because an on-course television commentator stood on it. Stadler was allowed a free drop but could only hack the ball a few yards sideways and eventually did well to get up and down from short of the green for a six. A poor chip from left of the eighth green led to another bogey and two more early in the back nine looked to have ended his chances as McDowell picked up shots on the 13th, 14th and 16th.

Despite a shaky finish – a double bogey on 18 – local favorite Victor Riu managed a round of 76, enough to take 8th place on his own and book his ticket for the Open championship. "Obviously I'm delighted, the Parisian said. Although I didn't win, I managed to finish eighth, which I would never have imagined coming into this week. After a bad first half of the season, what happens to me here is a big bonus. And I qualify for the Open, which is the icing on the cake. Playing a Major is the dream for any golfer."

 

More information on www.alstom.opendefrance.fr

 

Note: Mcdowell was Stéphane Barras putting research participant. This research has lead to CaddiePlayer

 

 

CaddiePlayer Open its first Center in Chailly

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Press Release, Chailly sur Armançon, Chateau Chailly - France

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Stéphane Barras the researcher and founder of CaddiePlayer solution is proud to announce the opening of the First CaddiePlayer Center so called: "CaddiePlayerChailly"

Stéphane quote: "This is a big step forward. My vision, thanks to Chailly management, is to offer the best environment possible to improve motivated golfers. My goal was always to find the right location with the right management. I believe Chailly to offer what is needed to accomplish any players quest"

Chailly Golf Hotel and Château are in the heart of Burgundy half way between Geneva and Paris. Chailly not only offer the perfect CaddiePlayer Golf environement, but as well: Tennis, Swimming, Biking, Fitness and more within a tranquille typical French "Village".

Note: All CaddiePlayer Register will be eligible for daily free use of the Golf Course Chailly (upon request and availability) Send email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

More Info > http://www.chailly.com/

  Signing Ceremony with CEO Chailly Claudine Babonnet and CaddiePlayer Founder Stéphane Barras 

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CaddiePlayer one year of success!

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Michael Campbell,  Raphael Jacquelin, Filipe Aguilare have one thing in common = Winning the Memorial Olivier Barras as well on the European TOUR! Welcome to the 50th edition of the Memorial Olivier Barras, this week in my home town Crans-Montana, also home of currently World n.1 Adam Scott.

9 times Swiss Amateur  Champion, Olivier Barras our cousin, was in the 50’s also one of the best player in Europe but in 1964 die tragically in the Monza circuit, since our golf club Crans-sur-Sierre is hosting a one week of golf festival/tournaments and the winner get a invite to play the Omega European Masters.

Looking for a 2013 CaddiePlayer launching date I thought it would make sense to do it during the Memorial Olivier Barras.  One year later, I am thrilled about the quality of its 173 registers and growing every day. Among them several winners, and as I am writing this blog one of them, Roger Furrer from Switzerland,  score 66  today to win the Memorial Olivier Barras Pro-Am.

This past year I have toured the world to promote CaddiePlayer going from one tour event to another, meeting all kind of players, caddies, coaches, club managers, amateurs explaining CaddiePlayer benefits. Today golf as become extremely competitive and one shot only can make a difference between making cuts, a top 20, a top 10 and ultimately a win. I believe that the modern golfers should use modern tools and this is why I have build CaddiePlayer the ultimate Performance Management tool.

I know that out there on the wonderful world of the www plenty of solutions exist, I understand also that the www world is full of distraction not to forget our social media + our daily 10, 20, 30 emails management! Our time is becoming less and less available but then we need to know where our priority stands

CaddiePlayer or Die, Stéphane Barras CaddiePlayer founder

 

Olivier Barras

 

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