There should be only a solitary two-letter answer to Greg Norman’s LIV application to the OWGR. Continue reading Why LIV should not be recognized by the OWGR
The real victims of the LIV golf series are the fans of golf who will be watching a diluted product for years to come. You can thank Greg Norman for ruining golf. Continue reading The real victims of LIV Golf
Tulsa, OK The PGA Championship returns to Southern Hills for the first time since Tiger slayed the field in 2007. The course has recently undergone a re-design at the hands of Gil Hanse and the players, so far, have been very complimentary of the revised layout. Like most PGA setups, the course will favour a player who has all aspects of his game on form. … Continue reading PGA Championship
McKinney, TX This is the second Nelson being played at Tom Weiskopf-designed TPC Craig Ranch. This year’s edition has more top-level talent than in ’21 when K.H. Lee prevailed. Lee’s game has since faltered where he is a 125/1 underdog – unusual for a defending champ. Wet conditions in ’21 resulted in lower than expected scores with Lee posting a -25. This course will still … Continue reading AT&T Byron Nelson
Augusta, GA The Masters is here again. It’s April and the beginning of the golf season for many of us and no tournament evokes the same anticipation and excitement as this first major of the year. Augusta National is so familiar that I am sure most hardcore viewers know the back nine holes and their nuances better than any other course the Tour visits. On … Continue reading The Masters
Fuzzy Zoeller cast himself in a perpetual state of purgatory after some regrettable comments in 1997. His current interview suggests he hasn’t changed a bit. Continue reading Fuzzy Zoeller confirms what I always thought of him.
Here’s hoping Greg Norman’s new “elite” golf league aborts before takeoff. Continue reading Greg Norman as CEO almost guarantees failure
Bryson DeChambeau’s antics these past few weeks showed us who he really is. Continue reading Say it ain’t so, Bryson
Yesterday I embarked on a “Bob Rotella based” plan to play an entire round of golf without laboring over swing thoughts. I would take one or two practice swings, settle on a specific target in the distance, consider the shot shape, and then with a waggle or two, hit my shot to the target. Oh, and in addition and most importantly: I would “stay in … Continue reading Mission accomplished!
Dr. Bob Rotella wrote a book entitled, Golf is not a game of perfect over 25 years ago. I recall a golfing friend suggest this book to me around the time of its publication. I ignored the recommendation at the time, eschewing any “psychobabble” that might interfere with my long-held beliefs of three swing thoughts per shot, excessive club waggling and, of course, abject fear … Continue reading OK Dr. Rotella, I will give it a try!