Throwback Thursday — Jimmy Walker’s 1st PGA Tour Win at the 2013 Safeway Open (then the Frys.com Open)

We now know Jimmy Walker as the smooth-talking Texan with the laid back demeanor and steely stare. Before winning six PGA Tour events and the 2016 PGA Championship, though, Jimmy arrived at the 2013 Fry's.com Open having started 187 events on tour without a victory. Sunday, October 13th, 2013, was the day that would all … Continue reading Throwback Thursday — Jimmy Walker’s 1st PGA Tour Win at the 2013 Safeway Open (then the Frys.com Open)

Reliving Tiger’s 8 Wins at Firestone CC

  It's been five years since Tiger Woods last played four rounds at Firestone Country Club; four years since he last competed. In 2013 he won by seven strokes. In 2014, he was forced to withdraw due to back pain; a simple reminder of both how far he has come, but also how far he … Continue reading Reliving Tiger’s 8 Wins at Firestone CC

From Carnoustie to Canada: How the 27 players who made the trek fared this week

This week, twenty seven players made the trek over from Carnoustie and last week's British Open to Ontario, Canada for the RBC Canadian Open. A large part of the reason RBC and the Canadian Open brass have been looking for a change in dates, and will get it, is the difficulty in attracting marquee players … Continue reading From Carnoustie to Canada: How the 27 players who made the trek fared this week

Abbey’s final stand — What the Canadian Open will miss about Glen Abbey

Spectator viewing areas One of the first courses specifically designed for use on the PGA Tour, Jack Nicklaus made sure to include plenty of viewing areas for fans to convene in when putting together Glen Abbey. With the course set up in an outwardly expanding circle away from the clubhouse, nearly all of the action … Continue reading Abbey’s final stand — What the Canadian Open will miss about Glen Abbey

Teen phenom Joaquin Niemann surges up the Canadian Open leaderboard looking for 1st win

"The one thing I just need, maybe, is to win a tournament and get into the Playoffs." Pretty high hopes for a 19-year old from Chile. But when you've been the #1 ranked amateur in the world, then start your PGA Tour career with three top-tens in your first five starts, and earn full PGA … Continue reading Teen phenom Joaquin Niemann surges up the Canadian Open leaderboard looking for 1st win

PGA Tour Pros give their best memories of Glen Abbey

It was 1977 the first time Glen Abbey hosted the Canadian Open. The winner, Lee Trevino, can still remember every single hole on the course. A course that's quite different now than it was then, something his retelling makes abundantly clear. "The 9th hole was a very difficult hole for us short hitters, because it … Continue reading PGA Tour Pros give their best memories of Glen Abbey

Inside the Driving Range at a PGA Tour Event

If practise makes perfect, it makes sense that the majority of the guys out here spend their free time on the driving range. Us regular human beings have all been to a local range and know what to expect: grass mats, rubber tees and old yellow golf balls that whirr through the air. Things are … Continue reading Inside the Driving Range at a PGA Tour Event

See Glen Abbey Before It’s Too Late

This year marks the 30th time that Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, will play host to Canada's national open. Unfortunately, what most of us fear happening when we turn 30, is in danger of happening after things wrap up here on Sunday night; irrelevance. It's not that the course isn't in good shape or well … Continue reading See Glen Abbey Before It’s Too Late

Five Worst Missed-Cuts at The Open Championship

There was a lot of good golf played over the first two days at Carnoustie. Big names like Tommy Fleetwood, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler are in the hunt, while guys like Tiger and Phil are within striking distance. There was also a lot of, well, not so good golf played too. Below … Continue reading Five Worst Missed-Cuts at The Open Championship

I spoke with Brittany Lincicome about playing on the PGA Tour this week

After a very successful (albeit, slightly disappointing) week, in which Brittany Lincicome lost in a playoff at the LPGA's Marathon Classic in Ohio, she is now on her way to Kentucky, to compete in the PGA Tour's Barbasol Championship. In doing so, she will become the first woman in 10 years to accomplish the feat, … Continue reading I spoke with Brittany Lincicome about playing on the PGA Tour this week