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Hi all, welcome back!

This is the big one! The top 64 in the overall league table will go into the Waggle Cup after the ZOZO Champs this week! You can see the league table here > > table


Quick Gloves update, all pre-orders have been sent! Thank you for your support, you can still purchase and support Waggle Duff here by purchasing > > Gloves

Please now see below for player list, and Waggle Duff Fantasy League Rules


Tweet a team of 5 to @WAGGLEDUFF on twitter from the list below

Your first pick is your captain

2 picks must be over 50/1

Use the hashtag #waggle69

Then don’t do anything else. Sit back, enjoy the golf and wait for a notification on twitter, letting you know when the points and tables are updated

Collin Morikawa6/1
Xander Schauffele6/1
Hideki Matsuyama11/1
Will Zalatoris16/1
Tommy Fleetwood20/1
Joaquin Niemann22/1
Rickie Fowler25/1
Si Woo Kim28/1
Cameron Tringale30/1
Jhonattan Vegas30/1
Maverick McNealy30/1
Alex Noren33/1
Cheng-Tsung Pan35/1
Keegan Bradley35/1
Charley Hoffman40/1
Emiliano Grillo40/1
Erik Van Rooyen40/1
Kyoung-Hoon Lee40/1
Carlos Ortiz45/1
Chris Kirk50/1
Lanto Griffin50/1
Ryan Palmer50/1
Adam Schenk55/1
Mackenzie Hughes60/1
Takumi Kanaya60/1
Branden Grace66/1
Harry Higgs66/1
Luke List66/1
Matt Jones66/1
Matt Wallace66/1
Doug Ghim70/1
Brendan Steele80/1
Brendon Todd80/1
Garrick Higgo80/1
Henrik Norlander80/1
Robert Streb80/1
Sebastian Munoz80/1
Tom Hoge80/1
Shaun Norris90/1
Andrew Putnam100/1
Pat Perez100/1
Roger Sloan100/1
Scott Vincent100/1
Sunghoon Kang100/1
Troy Merritt100/1
Chan Kim110/1
Matthew NeSmith110/1
Brandon Hagy125/1
Chesson Hadley125/1
Kyle Stanley125/1
Sepp Straka125/1
Wyndham Clark125/1
Adam Long150/1
Doc Redman150/1
James Hahn150/1
Peter Malnati150/1
Rikuya Hoshino150/1
Ryosuke Kinoshita150/1
Sam Ryder150/1
Satoshi Kodaira150/1
Shugo Imahira175/1
Tomoharu Otsuki175/1
Hiroshi Iwata250/1
Jinichiro Kozuma250/1
Keita Nakajima250/1
Kramer Hickok250/1
Ryo Hisatsune250/1
Tyler McCumber250/1
Wesley Bryan250/1
Yuki Inamori250/1
Kazuki Higa300/1
Ryutaro Nagano300/1
Bill Haas400/1
Naoyuki Kataoka400/1
Ryuichi Oiwa400/1
Tomoyasu Sugiyama500/1
Naoto Nakanishi600/1
Ryuji Imada600/1


Hi all,

When the day comes that I stop Waggle Duffing, I want to say I left golf in a better place than it found it.

Therefore, 2 exciting announcements from Waggle Duff this week, which I can’t wait to share with you.

In this post, I am going to tell you about The Waggle Foundation and Waggle Glove.

Firstly, I am pleased to announce the launch of Waggle Glove. Waggle Glove is a cabretta leather, premium golf glove which has added breathability. The glove has been designed to give full control of the golf club by its soft nature, give the incredible feel of a cabretta leather glove and yet provide breathability.

This approach will ensure the glove is the same quality as leading cabretta leather gloves, but remains drier and lasts longer.

The Gloves are in production and will be available from 1st October. The price will be £15 each or 2 for £25, no costs for post and packaging. I will be launching the online shop between now and then, however I can take pre-orders now through email or DM on twitter.

Meanwhile, this will not hinder the delivery of Waggle Duff. Waggle Duff will continue to be a not for profit & 100% free to play Fantasy League game. The idea behind the Waggle Glove is to deliver some turnover that will fund The Waggle Duff game. Better prizes, better engagement, more fun.

The second goal for Waggle Glove is to slowly build a pot for the Waggle Foundation.

Again, Waggle Duff will continue to be not-for-profit. Therefore 10% of all profits on Waggle Glove will build a pot that will launch The Waggle Foundation.

Waggle Duff players can submit requests to access for the Waggle Foundation. This could be for anything related to kids’ golf, lessons for a particular group of people, a school engagement project, really anything grassroots golf.

Maybe you have a new junior section that just needs some new kit, or a practise area that could do with a bunker. Whatever it is, The Waggle Foundation has been created to give back to kids and grassroots golf.

I often use the hashtag #GolfCommunity in my Twitter posts. I truly believe Waggle Duff, Glove & Foundation is driving this hashtag forward. Now I know this is really some small steps, but a place to start building a brand that promotes #GolfCommunity and leaves golf in a better place than I found it.

If anyone reads this and wants to reach out to me or ask any questions about Waggle Duff, the Foundation or anything then please do. You can DM me on twitter or email me (

I welcome any feedback or ideas!

Matt Tizzard

With a Pinch of Salt

So everybody learns differently. Especially with motor skills and technique based activities like sports. Visual, phonetic and kinesthetic. See it, yell it, do it. In addition to that, some are at a different stages of development to others, beginner through to Tour Player.

The world now has many back garden videos telling you how to get rid of your slice. Coaches filling content while their facility is shut and they aren’t doing daily lessons. SO, here is my angle. It will not always help you, even though it was made with the best intentions. So the best way to use these videos is to keep it at arms length and try it if it feels relevant. Maybe talk to your local pro if they have seen you swing about the topic raised but please please don’t blindly adopt the new technique thinking your golf is cured. Your problems may well come from an entirely different part of the swing.

Any problematic ball flight can be cured in up to 30+ different ways. Generally speaking, none of these 30 methods are wrong. Unless they don’t work for the individual attempting them. My accuracy was at its best after reading “Golf is Not a Game of Perfect” which didn’t even touch technique. Focus on the target or result WAY MORE than the bad miss or danger. Simple right?

In my opinion; 10% of videos will help you. Or for me, 10% of the audience will benefit from it. Leaving 90% to simply think I’m naff at fixing a slice (most common video). With that in mind, I will compose content to add “strings to your bow” and allow you to develop your own game with considerate information.

Questions and comments are always welcome and you will never get generic tosh that’s not relevant in response. If you hit it 180 and want to hit it 250, you must understand there’s a lot of work to do from you and it won’t happen overnight.