Teeing Off Podcast: WGC Week & Favourite 2019 Major?

https://open.spotify.com/episode/27PsHIqmE1Vk5axKcyAIAj?si=lkikqlxKQhSxuVVHXtXngg This Week Greg and RJ's main topics of discussion revolve around: - The Open Championship - Lowry's Win & Celebration - Rory McIlroy & Darren Clarke MC in Dramatic Fashion - Brooks Koepka and JB Holmes' wild final round pairing - Favourite Major this year? - WGC Preview - The RJ & Greg Match … Continue reading Teeing Off Podcast: WGC Week & Favourite 2019 Major?

The Memorial – Preview and Narrowing Down the Field

Course: Muirfield VillageLength: 7392 YardsPar: 72Course Difficulty: 30th of 51 Courses in 2018Field: 120 playersCut: Top 70 & Ties After 36 Holes Any time you can get Tiger and Jack on the same premises, it’s bound to be a good week. https://twitter.com/SI_Golf/status/1133744976532127744 I digress. We’re at a great spot in the PGA Tour calendar. Two majors down, … Continue reading The Memorial – Preview and Narrowing Down the Field

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

Steve Williams (Tiger’s former caddie) Wrote the Most Self-serving Article of All-time

Ah, Steve Williams. The same man that made tens of millions of dollars working for Tiger Woods; who happens to be the same man that said “It was like I was his slave” and “I've been caddying for 33 years and this is the best week of my life” after one win with Adam Scott; … Continue reading Steve Williams (Tiger’s former caddie) Wrote the Most Self-serving Article of All-time

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

Masters Preview, Picks & Power Rankings

As Tiger Woods said earlier this week of The Masters, “It’s the best event in our sport.” What more really needs to be said after that? From the hard-core to the casual, this event more than any other in golf brings the entire sports world to their televisions on the second Sunday of every April to … Continue reading Masters Preview, Picks & Power Rankings

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

Players Championship – FULL Field Analysis & Picks

Field: 138 PlayersCut: Top 70 & TiesCourse: TPC Sawgrass - 7189 Yards, Par 72Field: HereTee Times: Here Top-Five#5 - Paul Casey#4 - Hideki Matsuyama#3 - Dustin Johnson#2 - Justin Thomas#1 - Rory McIlroy Rest of Top-10 Avoid -- Highest (World) Ranked Players that will MCAlex Noren (27th)Hao Tong Li (38th)Kiradech Aphibarnrat (39th) SleepersRafa Cabrera Bello … Continue reading Players Championship – FULL Field Analysis & Picks

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

Full Field Breakdown and Picks — Sentry Tournament of Champions

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

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

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 All

Some of the Prop Bets for The Match are WILD; Some are LOCKS

Love it or hate it, The Match has managed to capture the collective attention spans of both golf and non-golf media (both negatively and positively) while remaining relevant on social media amongst a busy sports schedule. That in itself is an accomplishment, but given the duo of Tiger and Phil; arguably the two most famous golfers … Continue reading Some of the Prop Bets for The Match are WILD; Some are LOCKS