This week the panel discusses whether sports are the right venue to protest social injustice; looks at a new EuroTour event called the Belgian Shootout; and weighs in on the Presidents Cup.
This week the panel debates whether the FedEx Cup is finally working as intended; ponders only 3 Canadian courses being selected to the World Top 100; and comments on the upcoming Presidents Cup.
This week the panel debates changes to Augusta National and the Masters; ponders making Phil Mickelson a Captain’s pick for the Presidents Cup; and discusses the finish to The Northern Trust.
No Canadians are currently ranked high enough to make the team.
Pictured above: Jack Nicklaus Golf Club, Incheon, South Korea Each week we ask our panel of writers, PGA members and golf industry experts to weigh in with their views on the hot topics of the day. The Internationals made the Presidents Cup much closer than anyone (including most of us) predicted. Did the Americans take […]
Doug Ferguson / Associated Press INCHEON, South Korea – The final hour when both teams thought they had it won. The clutch putt that turned a rookie into the hero. The stubbed chip that made the local star cover his face with both hands as if he wanted to hide. The Presidents Cup, packed with […]
Each week we ask our panel of writers, PGA members and golf industry experts to weigh in with their views on the hot topics of the day. The Presidents Cup is underway in South Korea. The American team has more higher ranked players but the Internationals have some untested players who could help stage an […]
Adam Scott only has three months left before the method used for his long putter is banned.
Each week we ask our panel of writers, PGA members and golf industry experts to weigh in with their views on the hot topics of the day. Rickie Fowler fans are clamouring to turn the Big 3 into the Fab 4. Presumably Rickie needs at least a major to be part of that conversation. Is […]