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WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play starts on Wednesday and here is Marcus “Mook” Washington’s Group Predictions. Group 1 Hideki Matsuyama Dustin Johnson Branden Grace Chez Reavie Group 2 Emiliano Grillo Eddie Pepperall Justin Rose Gary Woodland Group 3 Alex Noren Brooks Koepka Hao Tong Li Tom Lewis Group 4 Rory McIloryRead More →

Phil Mickelson

Golf is the greatest game in the world. Yeah… I said it… greatest game in the world. The game has stood the test of time because the one thing it still holds on to is its ideals. Whether it’s 100 years ago or today, integrity is the St. Peter ofRead More →

Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed didn’t have the Green Jacket for more than five minutes before Twitter went on attack. Everything Reed had ever done was posted so you would know he’s no Jordan Spieth. Everyone hated him at the University of Georgia. Everyone hated him at Augusta State but they put upRead More →

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 →

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 →

Matt Kuchar

The Monday Morning Sports Rag takes a look at events that the average fan might have missed over the weekend. Charlo destroys Williams – Jermallo Charlo knocked out top contender, Julian Williams, in the 5th round. Charlo’s power was too much as he knocked Williams down 3 times in route to retaining his 154 pound belt. Crawford easilyRead More →

Hideki Matsuyama

The Monday Morning Sports Rag takes a look at events that the average fan might have missed over the weekend. Craig Anderson and the Sens shutout the Oilers – In his first start since learning that his wife had been diagnosed with cancer, Anderson and the Sens shutout the OilersRead 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 →