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  • The Great Flagstick debate of 2019 rages on
    by RJ McCullough on January 11, 2019 at 1:44 am

    Late last night I came across this Tweet: Innocently enough, this painted an image in my brain. Those in power at Augusta National, as we all know, are obsessed with tradition and image. They have banned certain announcers, made countless changes to the course, been notoriously slow to adapt to the times and are meticulous … Continue reading The Great Flagstick debate of 2019 rages on […]

  • Sony Open Cheat Sheet and Betting Tips
    by RJ McCullough on January 10, 2019 at 2:00 pm

      Sony Open Course: Waialae Country Club - 7044 Yards - Par 70Field: 144 Players, Top 70 & ties make the cut -- Full field here TV -- Thursday - Sunday -- 6:30 - 10:30 pm on The Golf Channel Previous Winners:2018 -- Patton Kizzire (-17)2017 -- Justin Thomas (-27)2016 -- Fabian Gomez (-20)2015 -- … Continue reading Sony Open Cheat Sheet and Betting Tips […]

  • Full Field Breakdown and Picks — Sentry Tournament of Champions
    by RJ McCullough on January 3, 2019 at 3:59 pm

    New year, new golf. We're back baby! The season has technically already started due to the wraparound schedule, but for all intents and purposes it begins this week in sunny Hawaii. Despite it being cold and snowy here in Toronto, the familiar January return of this event is like a warm hug. And as an … Continue reading Full Field Breakdown and Picks — Sentry Tournament of Champions […]

  • “Playing 7 of last 9 last year was too much.” + 8 other takeaways from Tiger Woods’ Presser this morning
    by RJ McCullough on November 27, 2018 at 4:49 pm

    On Ranking his 2018 Season "The most rewarding. There was a point where I didn't know if I'd ever do this again." "Going into '18, it was let's see if I can get through the West Coast. Now I know I can do that and manage and make sure I'm fresh." On his schedule last … Continue reading “Playing 7 of last 9 last year was too much.” + 8 other takeaways from Tiger Woods’ Presser this morning […]

  • It Appears Tiger Woods Didn’t Leave Vegas Empty-Handed After All
    by RJ McCullough on November 26, 2018 at 10:45 pm

    Phil Mickelson may have walked away from "The Match" with $9 Million, but it appears Tiger didn't leave empty handed either. WATCH: That is essentially indisputable evidence that Tiger procured *something* from that woman's hand. A piece of gum perhaps? A message from his kids? Doubtful. If we're being honest, the most likely scenario is … Continue reading It Appears Tiger Woods Didn’t Leave Vegas Empty-Handed After A […]