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.
The next three tournaments on the PGA Tour could be collectively among the most exciting of the 2018-19 calendar.
Brooks Koepka (Titleist Pro V1x) continues to claim the mantelpiece as the pre-eminent player on the PGA Tour.
It’s time for the next chapter in the ongoing story of Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS) and his great comeback.
News and views from the world of golf: The PGA Championship, normally the fourth and final Major, has been moved up from what was usually am August date and takes place next week Bethpage Black Course in Farmingdale, New York.
Masterful. That’s the best word to describe what Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS) did winning the 2019 Masters.