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.
I’m happy that Matt Kuchar (Bridgestone Tour B XS) is on a roll with two wins in the 2018-19 PGA season. Is there any player on the tour that is more liked by fans than Kuch?
So what did we learn from The Match with Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS) and Phil Mickelson (Callaway Chrome Soft X)? Well, the two can put on a show.
It’s been quiet on the PGA scene, a little too quiet, following the final tournament of the 2017-18 season, and while the new season is underway the real action doesn’t begin until the majority of the pre-eminent players start to swing their clubs in earnest in January.
Earlier this year at the pro-am event of the Sony Open at Wailaie Country Club in Hawaii, June Jones created quite a lot of guffaws because of a video that went viral of him using a five-iron for putting and golfing barefoot.
TOP NEWS & VIEWS: We couldn’t be happier for Brooke Henderson (Titleist Pro V1), who made history last week becoming the first Canadian homegrown talent to win the CP Women’s Open, Canada’s national championship.
It has been somewhat of a frustrating season for PGA Tour player, Adam Hadwin, following a season in which he posted a win last year and a round of 59, but he’s hoping to turn it around when the FedEx playoffs begin this week.
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.