Image Source: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports If I wasn’t already apparent heading into the 2018-19 PGA Tour season, it has certainly been underlined with increasing regularity in seven-plus months. There is no one that can consistently compete with Brooks Koepka (Titleist Pro V1x).
Image Source: USA Today While the overwhelming majority of pro golfers use Titleist balls, there are others who play with different brands, and for Srixon last week was a chance to promote itself significantly by virtue of some of its “ambassadors” in The Open Championship.
Image Source: Getty Images So what to make of Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS)? His epic failure at The Open Championship in which he never was in contention and ultimately failed to make the cut is the product of so many things.
Image Source: David Cannon/Getty Images The final major of the season begins Thursday at Royal Portrush in North Ireland and the focus will be on native son Rory McIlroy (TaylorMade TP5x).
Image Source: Getty Images Watching the final round of the U.S. Open I felt like I was seeing two heavyweights slug it out.
Image Source: Andrew Redington/Getty Images Following his tour de force victory playing in the RBC Canadian Open, the question for Rory McIlroy (TaylorMade TP5x) is whether he can continue that type of performance in this week’s U.S. Open at Pebble Beach?
Image Source: U.S. Open The benefit of the PGA re-arranging its 2018-19 schedule, specifically making one major for each month from April through to July, is the immediacy.
Image Source: Andrew Redington/Getty Images When the 2019 Canadian Open begins Thursday at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club, it promises to be unlike anything in recent history for the tournament, which is among the oldest in the world.
Image Source: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports Call me stubborn, but I refuse to jump off the Jordan Spieth (Titleist Pro V1x) bandwagon. Granted, I started the bandwagon a few weeks ago.