Back To Work!

Back To Work!

Today I was able to head over to my home course where my intention was to take a few swings on the course. Usually what I like to do is go later on in the day where its not busy, instead of playing a full round I like to take about 10 balls with me and practice from a certain distance on a hole. Unfortunately, the course was absolutely soaked, it didn’t surprise me at all considering it has been…

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Major #15 Is The Best One Yet

Major #15 Is The Best One Yet

There is a reason why he is the greatest to ever do it. This past weekend, myself and millions around the world watched the greatest comeback in the history of any sport. Tiger Woods was able to capture his firth green jacket, his first in fourteen years, and his first major in eleven. After years and years of waiting for Tiger to give us another major, we finally got it, and it came at the same place where he got…

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My Finalized 2019 Masters Picks

My Finalized 2019 Masters Picks

Alright, I said that I would finalize my picks today, so here they are: Brooks Koepka (25/1) Bryson DeChambeau (33/1) Henrik Stenson (60/1) with a top 8 each way Patrick Cantlay (66/1) with a top 8 each way Si Woo Kim (150/1) with a top 5 each way¬†– made back in February JB Holmes (150/1) with a top 8 each way For fun, I threw some money at Bubba Watson (40/1) and Vijay Singh (200/1) to be the first round…

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My 2019 Masters Picks (So Far)

My 2019 Masters Picks (So Far)

We have finally arrived at the Masters! In my opinion, this is the best week in all of sports, people who don’t even follow golf tune in to watch this amazing event. The course is amazing, the field is amazing, the tournament itself is amazing, this is as good as it gets. I have been away for the past few weeks dealing with exams and future plans, but I just had to set aside some time to write about this…

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The Players Championship – Recap

The Players Championship – Recap

I must say, that was one heck of a tournament, the final round had a bunch of everything. First off, congrats to Rory for securing his first Players Championship, I hope he can get his first green jacket next month. The fact that Rory can power through and win a tournament even when his game is not at the highest level is very impressive. I mentioned Rahm in my previous post, I really hope he can learn from this experience….

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The Decision That Cost Jon Rahm The Players Championship

The Decision That Cost Jon Rahm The Players Championship

Wow, what a final round at this years Players Championship! Congratulations to Rory on grinding out a victory after an up and down front nine. Also, congrats to Jim Furyk for keeping up with the European Ryder Cup team, they were all over the first page of the leaderboard , and Furyk was able to finish 2nd at the age of 48. I will share my thoughts of the final round tomorrow, but I wanted to focus on Jon Rahm…

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The Players Championship Week!

The Players Championship Week!

I’ve been having this week circled on the calendar for a while now, nothing special going on in life….just the fact that we have arrived at golfs fifth major! This year, the Players Championship is being played in March due to the schedule change that came into effect this year. I have to say that I enjoy this schedule layout a lot better, the Masters has yet to arrive and people are already watching golf in March. Thankfully, I don’t…

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Should The PGA Tour Have An Injury Report?

Should The PGA Tour Have An Injury Report?

According to the gambling and fantasy sports world, Jason Day is public enemy #1. Just six holes into his first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Day decided to withdraw from the tournament due to a lower back injury that he had been dealing with throughout the week. After his round, he explained that last Sunday he “couldn’t really walk” once he woke up in the morning, and for some reason none of this was reported. Which brings me to…

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No Tiger This Week At API

No Tiger This Week At API

This week on tour will certainly be bitter sweet. We arrive at one of the best tournaments on schedule, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Everything about this tournament I love, the course, the field, the atmosphere, but most importantly it feels like Arnold is there with us throughout the week. This is his week. Unfortunately, the show must go on without the golfer who has won this tournament EIGHT times in his career. I think you know who I’m talking about…

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The Players On Tour Have Spoken

The Players On Tour Have Spoken

Last week, I talked about the new schedule changes for this year on the PGA Tour and how some players may decide to skip some notable tournaments. This week at the Honda Classic, we got our answer. It seems as though players have decided to skip this week and instead play the Arnold Palmer Invitational the following week instead. The field this week is definitely weaker compared to previous years, considering this is one of my favourite tournaments on tour,…

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