USGA Course Setup Issue Looms at Pebble Beach… As It Does Every US Open

The United States Open. It is referred to as “the toughest test in golf” played annually on the most difficult courses across America, set up in the hardest way possible. As a fan it’s electric. Seeing players flub approaches out of the rough, have putts go off the green and down slopes 30 yards from … Continue reading USGA Course Setup Issue Looms at Pebble Beach… As It Does Every US Open

“He’s an Adonis!” And 11 Other Things Overheard While Following Brooks Koepka Today

Quite frankly I just can’t print the majority of things that came across my earholes out there on the course today. There were a lot of funny but inappropriate comments and/or language that just wouldn’t look good on paper. That being said, as incredible as it is to watch Brooks up close it was almost … Continue reading “He’s an Adonis!” And 11 Other Things Overheard While Following Brooks Koepka Today

Abbotsford, BC Ready for a Big Weekend from Adam Hadwin and Nick Taylor

The odds of two golfers growing up on the same golf course at the same time and ending up as winners on the PGA Tour can’t even be calculated. It seems nearly impossible, especially in Canada where we don’t have the luxury of playing the sport all 12 months of the year.  But that’s exactly … Continue reading Abbotsford, BC Ready for a Big Weekend from Adam Hadwin and Nick Taylor

With Time Ticking Down Graeme McDowell eyes Open Championship Spot at his Home Course

His brother has worked there for over 20 years. He has played the course over 500 times. But come July, none of that will matter to Graeme McDowell if he doesn’t get into the Open Championship at Royal Portrush, the course he grew up on and knows so well. As of this moment Graeme has … Continue reading With Time Ticking Down Graeme McDowell eyes Open Championship Spot at his Home Course

Is the Revamped Canadian Open a Perfect Test for Next Week’s US Open? Or A Swing-and-miss?

It may be our national open but prior to this year it occupied arguably the worst spot on the PGA Tour’s summer schedule: the week after the Open Championship. Not only would players be exhausted from the gruelling task that is a major championship, they would also be dealing with the time change, jet lag, … Continue reading Is the Revamped Canadian Open a Perfect Test for Next Week’s US Open? Or A Swing-and-miss?

Tuesday at The Canadian Open

Every year when the PGA Tour rolls through Canada it’s a special week. The fans, the courses, the food, the Canadiana, it always makes me proud to be a Canuck. This year they’ve ramped that up a notch. The best field in memory is in town, they're playing a fantastic course, and it’s the week … Continue reading Tuesday at The Canadian Open

PGA Championship – Whittling Down the Field from 156 Players to One Winner

Course: Bethpage State Park (Black), 7432 Yards, Par-70Field: Click HereTee Times: Click HereDefending Champion: Brooks KoepkaNotes: First PGA Championship ever held in May -- Tiger Woods goes for 16th major -- Jordan Spieth looks to complete career grand slam -- Brooks Koepka tries to win fourth major in last two years -- Bethpage Black will … Continue reading PGA Championship – Whittling Down the Field from 156 Players to One Winner

AT&T Byron Nelson: Ranking the Field 1st-50th

Course: Trinity Forest Golf Club, 7,371 yards, par 71Marquee Names: Brooks Koepka, Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Reed, Tony Romo (yep), Jordan Spieth, Henrik StensonDefending Champ: Aaron Wise Top-5 Overall: Brooks KoepkaAaron WiseHenrik StensonHideki MatsuyamaKeith Mitchell Top-3 Current Form: Rory SabbatiniSungjae ImSam Burns Top-3 Tournament History: Jimmy WalkerMarc LeishmanCharles Howell III Top-3 Change from Odds Rank to Overall … Continue reading AT&T Byron Nelson: Ranking the Field 1st-50th

Wednesday at the RBC Heritage

Didn’t have a chance to post this last night, so I’ll try to make this a quick recap.  Wednesday got off to a good start. Any day that starts with this view is bound to be a good day. Even better, the second I sat down in the Media Shuttle the guy beside me asked … Continue reading Wednesday at the RBC Heritage

Inside the Ropes with Jordan Spieth

Probably the best perk of a media pass is the “inside-the-ropes” access we get. Today I wanted to give you, the reader, a glimpse into what a day with Jordan Spieth on the course would be like. And what a day it was. A relatively new pro-am rule dictates that each group of four is … Continue reading Inside the Ropes with Jordan Spieth

My Tuesday at the RBC Heritage – Sunshine, Big Names and a Little Bit of Drama

Back on the beat! April is my favourite time of the year for a plethora of reasons, but this is right up there at the top. After some brief confusion picking up my parking pass for the Media Shuttle (completely my fault) I was soon on my way back into the gates of Harbour Town … Continue reading My Tuesday at the RBC Heritage – Sunshine, Big Names and a Little Bit of Drama

Corey Conners on The Masters, Malory’s Fame, The Leafs & More

Corey Conners nearly did the unthinkable last weekend. After earning his first PGA Tour victory in Texas the week prior to qualify for The Masters, Corey continued his strong play by taking the early clubhouse lead in the opening round at Augusta. His game held up over the first three rounds but inevitably the exhaustion … Continue reading Corey Conners on The Masters, Malory’s Fame, The Leafs & More

Corey Conners is now a PGA Tour Winner. But He’s An Even Better Person

I pressed stop on my Iphone’s voice recorder and looked down to make sure the interview had been captured in its entirety. It had. As I plugged my headphones in to listen back, I heard a voice from over my shoulder, “You goin' to the clubhouse?” It was Corey Conners. He had just finished up … Continue reading Corey Conners is now a PGA Tour Winner. But He’s An Even Better Person

Eddie Pepperell is an absolute delight

Despite the week getting off to a rocky start, PGA Tour rookie and Twitter aficionado Eddie Pepperell (@PepperellEddie) capped off his Players Championship debut with a third place finish. That isn't the best thing Eddie has done in the past few days though (unless you have access to his bank account). Eddie runs a personal … Continue reading Eddie Pepperell is an absolute delight

Mike “Fluff” Cowan is the Coolest Caddie on Tour

48-year-old Jim Furyk captured the hearts and minds of the golf world once again on Sunday, turning back the clock to finish in solo second place in the Players Championship. In the process Furyk re-introduced the public to his gritty, consistent style of game. The man holding his bag, 71-year old Mike "Fluff" Cowan, deserves … Continue reading Mike “Fluff” Cowan is the Coolest Caddie on Tour

Honda Classic — Who Will Win? + Best Bets & Tournament Preview

Typically one of the premier events on the PGA Tour, the Honda Classic has had the rug pulled out from underneath it this year with the new calendar. Despite that crunch reducing the number of headliners in the field, The Bear Trap remains the main attraction. Annually heralded as one of, if not the hardest … Continue reading Honda Classic — Who Will Win? + Best Bets & Tournament Preview

2019 WGC Mexico — Who Will Win, Best Bets & Full Preview

WGC - Mexico Championship Course -- Club de Golf Chapultepec, 7,345 yards, par 71 With just two years of PGA Tour service under its belt, this track is a relative newbie in the rotation. That being said, replacing the event previously held at the Trump National Doral with one in Mexico, has a nice ring to … Continue reading 2019 WGC Mexico — Who Will Win, Best Bets & Full Preview

2019 Genesis Open — Who will win & Best bets

Genesis Open Course – Riviera CC -- 7,322-yard, par-71 315-yard, par-4 10th hole - Risk/reward short Par-461 percent of players have gone for the green since 201430 percent of the time they have made birdie or better Par-3 6th Hole - The green features several slopes and elevation changes, but it is best known for … Continue reading 2019 Genesis Open — Who will win & Best bets

Who Will Win at Pebble Beach & Other Ways to Make Money this Week

Tournament Details The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is a 72-Hole stroke play event held on three courses over the course of four days. From Thursday to Saturday players will rotate one round each at Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Monterey Peninsula CC Shore Course. Simply put, three of the world’s most … Continue reading Who Will Win at Pebble Beach & Other Ways to Make Money this Week

Who Will Win the Farmers Insurance Open?

Course(s): Torrey Pines North & South (South is primary course) Details:Full Field Here Tee Times Here TV Times: Thurs/Fri 3-7 on Golf Channel Sat/Sun 3-6 on CBS Big Names: Tiger Woods, Jason Day, Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Justin Rose, Jordan Spieth, BettingCategories: Odds, Recent Form, Tourney History, Stats Rank, Sim Rank, Overall Rank, … Continue reading Who Will Win the Farmers Insurance Open?