What’s in the Bag? w Top Ranked Junior ‘D1’ ASU Recruit – Cameron Sisk – Sep 2017

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One of the top ranked junior golfers in the entire US joins Formulagolf to show us what’s in his bag going into his senior year of high school. Cameron Sisk has just committed to Arizona State University, one of the best golf schools in the country, joining the legacy of famous golf alumni Phil Mickelson, John Rahm, and many more.


Michael Thomas says:

How fun would it be to watch if this kid and Davis Evans from Gabe's channel are playing on the same team. Small world

Eric Hurt says:

Doesn't understand why Ported wedges are affected, it's cause of weight-those wedges are heavier then most. Come on the line on the TP Red anyone can get. Now…..I have the TP Red T serial number with serial ending in JD2, I have the 2nd one he ever used. EF wedges will do better around the greens also. Just got the 64 Hi-Toe, heavy sole-highspin point. Seems like Taylormade just gave him clubs but doesn't understand some of the technology he has. Also upgrade those shafts to some Modus shafts.

HighSpinSwingSpeed says:

The wedge is ported – they drilled holes in it to remove weight and get the swing weight to spec.

Jm Mj says:

more volgs Blaire

Caleb Leonard says:

You can actually go to taylormade.com and costumize your putter and get the line

Colorado_koolaid says:

No disrespect but that putter can be bought now with the line

christopher williams says:

NCAA violation here

setiisforeal says:

The problem with this school logic is that the system is set up in such a way that he's making the empirically correct decision. He obviously has no desire to make a living doing anything other than golf(which is fine, if his dream is to be a PGA tour pro, then by all means, chase it), but the way the NCAA is set up is such that athletes are heavily incentivized (and sometimes even mandated- look at "one and done" in college basketball- it exists purely to ensure that the top talent doesn't go directly from high school to the NBA, thereby depriving NCAA of its $$$) to play sports in college in exchange for a tuition subsidy. In this way, others at division one schools are asked to foot the bill for college 'students' who really aren't there to study. For major sports (football & men's basketball), it's exploitative. For all other sports, it's wasteful. For nobody is it a good thing. Long story short: our public policy surrounding D1 college athletics needs to change. Let me be clear: I'm not calling for getting rid of college sports in America. Far to the contrary, I think its one of the great features of American exceptionalism which doesn't exist in other countries. But it needs to be restructured, and should have more sport-school balance like it does at D3 schools. This comment is turning into a manifesto, and before I start expounding on suggested techniques for doing this without estranging millions of people for whom spectatorship of college athletics is one of the primary joys in life (read: most of middle America), I think I'll just end with this: don't blame Mr. Sisk. He's making a rational choice. Blame the system.

Steve's Place says:

"If you're gonna get a degree you might as well make it easier." Yes, it doesn't matter if you learn anything, just get a degree.
— millennials —

Clayton Johnson says:

lets go sun devils! ASU!

Snooster17 says:

Was he gifted that bag? Don't they lose their eligibility/amateur status if they accept gifts? That's what I thought at least. Talented guy that's for sure. Keep up the good work!

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