This week the panel weighs in on the Solheim Cup; Sergio’s futile attempt to get on the Ryder Cup team; and the future upside for Sahith Theegala.
First played in 1953, the Ontario Women’s Four-Ball Championship is contested annually and features two-woman teams competing in a better-ball 18-hole format.
Sahith Theegala talked all week about the importance of having nearly three dozen family members and friends following him at the Fortinet Championship.
A field of 43 players, regardless of disability classification, competed over 36-holes in four different divisions in the national championship.
But as golfers, we’re not supposed to get mad. If you’re read one article in your life on the mental game, it likely said anger makes you play crappy.
Past winners include Ontario Golf Hall of Fame Member Dave Bunker (2009, 2010), Robert Mclean (2021), Arnold Johnson (2015, 2011), Peter Willis (2014), Gail Pimm (2015) and Nobelle Park (2022).
Ben Cowan-Dewar, the co-founder and CEO of Canadian-based golf course development company Cabot, talks to GBN about his plans for Cabot Highlands, the Scottish links venue formerly known as Castle Stuart.
This week the panel ponders the PGA Tour’s Fall Series, Tiger’s new Monday night arena golf venture and who might history show is the Big 3 from the post Tiger era.
By summer 2026 guests and members will have access to a 36-holes of golf comprising the 18-hole Ocean Course and the 18-hole Vineyard Course.