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Perry Lefko

Perry Lefko

Perry Lefko is an award-winning writer who has published nine books, three of them bestsellers. He has been involved in sports writing for more than 35 years and has interviewed many superstar athletes. He lives in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada and enjoys watching golf and playing it.

Recent Posts:

Putting some perspective on Michael Block's performance in the Charles Schwab Challenge

It’s too easy to look at Michael Block (Titleist Pro V1) and consider him a one-tournament wonder.

Brooks Koepka wins the 2023 PGA Championship.

At the risk of using a pun, I guess we’ll have to live with the great divide between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf, which might not seem like a bad thing when it comes to the majors.

Michael Block playing out a Cinderella story in the 2023 PGA Championship

Whoever wins the 2023 PGA Championship, Michael Block (Titleist V1) will be the people’s champ.

Weather agrees with Canadian golfers in the 2023 PGA Championship

Thoughts on the opening round of the 2023 PGA Championship:

Rahm surprisingly struggles in first round of the 2023 PGA Championship

Thoughts on the opening round of the 2023 PGA Championship:

Day and Wyndham Produce Back To Back Drama About Their Mothers' Influence

I’ve probably said it before since I started writing this blog but let me reiterate it. What I love most about golf at the elite level, men’s or women's, is the human element.

Donating blood and talking golf

I have been a Canadian Blood Service donor for several years because by doing it I could be potentially saving someone’s life. The people who work at the donor centers are always kind and grateful, which makes me want to do it again, but I had an interesting thing happen to me in my latest visit when I suddenly found myself talking about golf and my blog with someone I met for the first time.

Lilia Vu stars in the 2023 Chevron Championship with solid final round

Lilia Vu (Titleist Pro V1x) literally took a major leap in her career winning the 2023 Chevron Championship in a playoff against Angel Yin (Titleist Pro V1).

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