How is it that an exclusive golf tournament played at one of the most exclusive courses in the world can feel inviting, and like we are part of it, even when we watch from home? Continue reading What is it that makes us love The Masters so much?
I am not much of a gambler, but if I were, this would be the tournament I would bet on. Continue reading The Essential Masters Betting Guide (From a Guy Who Doesn’t Gamble)
Golf needs Tiger to be back, and golf is a hell of a lot better when he is. Continue reading Admit it, golf is more fun when Tiger Woods is back
So Tiger Woods is back…again. Teeing it up on the PGA Tour for the first time in what feels like forever when he takes on the South Course at Torrey Pines today at 1:40 p.m., EST.
And really, if Tiger doesn’t get back to where he was before, or even come close to it, or pulls out with another injury as he did with each previous comeback attempt, then this is it. Continue reading This is it for Tiger Woods
With the start of a new PGA Tour just around the corner, golf fans received a big blow last night via an email, with Yahoo Sports announcing that it will no longer be hosting fantasy golf. Continue reading Yahoo Sports announces it will no longer offer fantasy golf
It’s quite a place for the PGA Tour to be in. They’ve never had more young, exciting talent, but there’s so much of it, especially in an individual sport, that nobody can stand out from the pack. Continue reading The PGA Tour has never had more talent, and that’s actually a problem
Hey, the PGA Championship started this morning!
Did you know that? I didn’t and I like to think that I follow the golf pretty closely. Continue reading PGA Championship Round 1 Recap: 7 players open with rounds of 69
The US Open, the worst golf tournament of the year, got underway today at Erin Hills in Wisconsin, and thanks to some rain earlier in the week, players were actually able to score and shoot some decent rounds.
In fact, seven players had nice rounds. Continue reading US Open 1st Round Recap: 7 players shoot 69
Welp. Tiger Woods is hurt again, pulling out of the Dubai Desert Classic on Friday morning after suffering from back spasms.
This was one day after he fired a 77 at a course where he had never failed to break par in the opening round.
It’s gotten to the point where I know feel bad for the guy, because all he wants to do is play golf, and his body won’t let him.
Tiger Woods is back this week! It’s true, he’s playing in the Farmer’s Insurance Open, but we’re not here to talk about him.
For the last couple years if you followed golf even semi-closely, you’ve likely heard the name Bryson DeChambeau.
DeChambeau is a talented golfer with a decorated amateur career that included being the NCAA Champion in 2015, finishing as low amateur at the 2016 Masters, and finishing 15th at the 2015 US Open. He cashed in with a win on the Web.com Tour in 2016 for his first professional win.
But he’s a big fucking dork.