LIV Is Off and Running

LIV Is Off and Running

The time has come, LIV said, to talk of tournaments. Of teams and drafts and piles of cash. But it’s not sportswashing. And why Rory is boiling hot. And whether DP wants in. (Kudos if you get that reference.) LIV Kicks Off in Londontown The moment that the golf world has been waiting for for […]

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 We Really Need to Talk About LIV Golf

We Really Need to Talk About LIV Golf

I’m going to assume that by now, everyone has seen or been exposed to last year’s cinematic masterpiece Encanto. Maybe you’ve just heard the soundtrack. We’re mostly all fathers, mothers, uncles, aunts, cousins, abuelas… the opportunity has been there. If this is you, then seared into your headspace, you should know that little ditty about […]

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 LIV Golf: The D(J)ominos Are Falling

LIV Golf: The D(J)ominos Are Falling

Remember when I said that things would get interesting really quickly with the LIV Golf Invitational Series? At the time, it seemed a virtual certainty that you wouldn’t see any of the top names from the PGA Tour participating, what with Phil Mickelson seemingly persona non grata (though the PGA obviously says otherwise). Surely the […]

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 Tiger Woods Hosts the 2021 Genesis Invitational

Tiger Woods Hosts the 2021 Genesis Invitational

The 2021 Genesis Invitational at Riviera will mark the second time that Tiger Woods will be hosting the tournament. This year, though, he won’t be in the field after having a back procedure in January that will sideline him for a few tournaments. Woods is almost always a mainstay in this tournament. After all, it’s […]

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 A Recap of a Playoff-Filled Sunday

A Recap of a Playoff-Filled Sunday

Primetime golf was back and as good as ever. The weather was as expected, and scores were even lower than expected heading into the final round. The 2020 edition of the tournament ended in a playoff. Would 2021 follow suit? After the first round, 2020 champion Justin Thomas was eight-under par and tied for the […]

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 2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions Preview

2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions Preview

We’re back! Sure, the 2020-21 season has already started, but the super-season starts rolling with the 2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions. The annual tournament is a reward for winning in the previous season, with the field including all champions from 2020 tournaments. Because the tournament is held in Hawaii, golf fans get a rare gift: […]

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 2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic Preview

2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic Preview

500 FedEx Cup points are on the line this week as the 2020 Mayakoba Golf Classic gets underway. Beginning in 2007, this tournament was the first PGA Tour event to be held outside of the United States or Canada. There has never been a two-time champion in the tournament’s 13-year history, and zero champions have […]

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 The Best of the FedEx Cup Playoffs

The Best of the FedEx Cup Playoffs

Would you like to win $15 million in one weekend? No, me neither. But, for some reason, people do. And the PGA Tour gives 30 players the chance to make history and win this prize. Maybe you are new to golf or a casual fan, but the FedEx Cup can be confusing for some. Heck, […]

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 2020 RSM Classic Tournament Preview

2020 RSM Classic Tournament Preview

Golf is back. It’s been THREE full days without PGA Tour golf, counting today. It’s not a major so we won’t have a loaded field like we did last week, but considering most of the field is full of players that don’t get a chance to play every week, the 2020 RSM Classic can produce […]

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 The Masters 2020: Literally Unlike Any Other

The Masters 2020: Literally Unlike Any Other

As we put a close on the PGA Tour’s major championship season for the year 2020. I would like to embark on a much too early reflection on Augusta National’s latest tournament. Let’s discover how it was truly unlike any other. The Masters moved the tournament to November due to the pandemic. A far cry […]

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 Dustin Johnson Wins the 2020 Masters

Dustin Johnson Wins the 2020 Masters

Dustin Johnson entered Sunday’s final round of the 2020 Masters with a four-stroke lead. Johnson has had a lead to begin the final round in four major championships before and has converted zero to wins. Will he overcome his demons or will this be another “should’ve, would’ve, could’ve” kind of day? Dustin Johnson’s Dominant Performance […]

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