2014 US Kids Worlds Final round


2014 US Kids Worlds Final round
    Coverage of Karl's Final Round 70 from the 2014 US Kids Golf Worlds.
    
    Karl's play from Tee to Green was continued to be stellar but on the front 9 his putting continued to keep him out of contention. Karl never gives up and goes all out on the back nine to try to pull off a miracle. Will he do it?
    
    He finished 5 shots behind the winner to record a 5th place finish.
    
    Full scores and the leaderboard can be viewed at http://www.uskidsgolf.com/tournaments/world/find-tournament/470371/world-championship-2014/results
    
    Karl's website is www.karlgolf.info

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    1. Dear Karl and your father – very inspiring, seeing you young Guns firing out on the course. Nice camera- and commentator skills :-). Keep on doing and hope to see you once on Tour! Greets from Germany.

    2. umm can someone explain to me why at the world champions ships at PINEHURST there isnt a par 4 longer than 380 where at my last local tournament we had a 450 par 4 im confused and annoyed

    3. i was reading through the comments and noticed you said something regarding someone messing with karls putting strokes. if karl was averaging less then 30 putts around, why mess with it? 

    4. I played in the teen world championship. didn't go as well as I wanted finishing 10th but we played on that course and the short putt that karl missed on 8 is a killer from what I remember playing it

    5. I've watched all of Karl's videos up to date and congratulate him on all of his many victory's. I'm actually the same age as Karl (13) and aspire to be as good as him. I'm from England but don't get the chance to play in many competitions because the club that i am a member at do not host many junior competitions. Lately i have seen Karl's swing speed increase and would like to ask how you work on his swing speed because at the moment i don't swing very fast at all and find it hard to swing very fast. Karl hits his 6 iron about as far as i hit a 3 wood! that's how slow my swing is at the moment. Also would it be ok if you gave me your email address so i could send you a video of my swing. All in all i hope i see Karl on tv some day and i will continue to watch all of his videos good luck Karl!