The day before the 2018 Canadian Open began, I went to Glen Abbey, the course where this year’s tournament took place, and approached some of the golfers to talk about balls and other aspects of the game. Veteran Jim Furyk (Callaway Chrome Soft), proved to be quite engaging.
Go figure. At the end of the gusty 2018 Open at Carnoustie, the last man standing was Italy’s Francesco Molinari (Titleist Pro V1x), probably the least likely choice
With 36 holes to go in the 2018 Open at Carnoustie, it is anybody’s tournament to win.
Okay, here we go again. The British Open – or The Open for you traditionalists – starts Thursday in Scotland at Carnoustie
While the PGA has announced a new schedule for 2019, the bigger news is still to come, and that’s the official announcement that Tiger Woods (Bridgestone TourB XS), and Phil Mickelson (Callaway Chrome Soft X) will go head-to-head in a winner-take-all $10 million televised event.
I’m beginning to think Tiger Woods (Bridgestone TourB XS) just might win a tournament this year.
Drive for show and putt for dough is an old axiom in golf and never was it more true than in the 118th U.S. Open.
It will be interesting to see if Dustin Johnson (TaylorMade TP5x) can break the U.S. Open curse, in which no winner of a tournament the previous week has gone on to prevail in what is considered the toughest of the four Majors.
The U.S. Open has historically been the most challenging of the four Majors on the Professional Golf Association tour. With its narrow fairways and pin placement, this is a tough, tough tournament.