Wyndham Championship Preview

Course: Sedgefield Country Club 7127 yards, Par 70 Only Donald Ross designed course to regularly host a PGA Tour event Layout dates back to 1925, hosted PGA Tour in 1938 Small, undulating greens 72-hole record -- 258 (22-under) by Henrik Stenson in 2017 18-hole record -- 60 by Si Woo Kim in 2016 Field: Highest … Continue reading Wyndham Championship Preview

What’s left?A look at the PGA Tour schedule after the Majors

Four majors down, four playoff events (and a Ryder Cup) remain. While yes, the bulk of the schedule and the four biggest tournaments for 2018 are complete, don't give up on golf for the year just yet. We have the Wyndham Championship this week, which may not be a top-tier event, but after that we're … Continue reading What’s left?A look at the PGA Tour schedule after the Majors

Inside the Pod — What’s in Episode 42 of Teeing Off

https://soundcloud.com/rj-mccullough-868287311/teeing-off-ep-42-w-danielle-kang-adam-stanley I haven't been as active with my podcast in the last month or so as I'd have liked. It wasn't because I was on vacation or just taking a month off, though. Unfortunately on the afternoon of June 25th, as I pulled into my hotel near Chicago, Illinois, I got some bad news. I … Continue reading Inside the Pod — What’s in Episode 42 of Teeing Off

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

21 Canadians started the week, Seven remain. Here’s where they stand

21 Canadians started the week, seven remain. And of the four amateurs, Chris Crisologo is the lone one standing. Chris is in the clubhouse at seven-under through two rounds. The top Canadian overall at the halfway point is Nick Taylor. Nick shot a second round 67 to get in at nine-under. Notables packing up early … Continue reading 21 Canadians started the week, Seven remain. Here’s where they stand

Star players contending through halfway point at Canadian Open — Who made the cut & who’s going home?

By my count, there are 16 marquee names in the field at the RBC Canadian Open this week. Considering it's the week after a major, on another continent no less, and that number is actually pretty good. Fortunately for us Canadians in attendance, and all of those who will tune in over the weekend, the … Continue reading Star players contending through halfway point at Canadian Open — Who made the cut & who’s going home?

The Mindset of a PGA Tour Pro, the Week After a Major

We've heard it a million times. It's the week or two before a major and all the players are talking about, is how they're ramping up for the big event. But what about after a major? In an attempt to delve deeper into the mindset of a professional golfer, I asked six PGA Tour pros at … Continue reading The Mindset of a PGA Tour Pro, the Week After a Major

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