President Cup Trophy

The Presidents Cup as long be viewed as an event to bridge us to the next Ryder Cup. The youth movement in golf has somewhat changed that. The Presidents Cup still isn’t on the same level of the Ryder Cup but it certainly has become an event worthy of standingRead More →

Sergio Garcia

Coming into 2017 Masters we all tried to create our own storylines. Would Jordan Spieth rebound from the disaster on the 12th hole in last year’s Masters? Would Dustin Johnson continue his hot streak and win his 4th tournament in a row? Could Rory complete the career grand slam? WeRead More →

Lexi Thompson

On Saturday, Lexi Thompson was cruising through her round when she got to 17. She missed a putt and marked her ball a foot away. When she went to complete the hole she put her ball 1 inch out of position. This is a clear violation that carries a two strokeRead More →

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is back!! Again!!! Is this Tiger 3.0? 4.0? 7.0? Who cares? All people care is that he’s back. Even the people who loathe him secretly care. They’ve been waiting for the day to hate someone again. Ian Poulter just doesn’t cut it unless it’s a Ryder Cup year.Read More →

Woods Ryder Cup

Last week, Tiger Woods formally committed to coming back to the Tour and play the Safeway Open (cue Mase’s Welcome Back) but a lot has changed since he last left us. The Tour has cultivated, with the help of Woods, a new group of headliners. Jordan Spieth, Rory McIroy, JasonRead More →

Ryder Cup Trophy

As the US heads into this week’s Ryder Cup, the question on everyone’s mind is, ‘when does European domination end”? Since the turn of the century, the Europeans have won 6 of the 7 Ryder Cups. The only American victory came in 2008 when a spunky group of Americans upsetRead More →

Ryder Cup logo

Darren Clarke has added Ryder Cup vets and a rookie to the European Team. Clarke’s Captain’s picks were announced this morning and the winners ended up being Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters. Notable absences from the team are staples Graeme McDowell and Luke Donald. Russell Knox, ranked 20thRead More →