It is Masters week! I am confident that if you have any interest in golf you have reserved your seat on the couch ready for the action. Even if you decide to travel out of the country during the Masters weekend, I am confident your are watching the leaderboard. The hype of The Masters is catching and my old home course of Osprey Links runs a Masters pool where we pick four players and try to accumulate points. It is something that I look forward too each year and this year I think I have the winning team.Continue reading
Predicting any winner of a golf tournament is extremely difficult. Predicting the winner of a Major is crazy hard. Predicting the winner of the 2020 Masters is almost impossible. And yet, I am here to offer my views on the next green jacket wearer and see where the chips fall. It is always fun to make a prediction especially since I have nothing to lose!Continue reading
Is it Gary Woodlands tournament to lose or win. He seems to be on cruise control and heads into Sunday with a one stroke lead. He is definitely not someone I would have selected as a potential US Open winner. Regardless, there he is and the rest of the field will need to step up their game to surpass him.
The golfing world is again excited for the third Major of the 2019 PGA Tour season. The front end-loading of Majors appears to be a big hit for the fans and we shall see what happens at the end of the year. Throw in there the Majors for the LPGA and professional golf is on fire. So this week, we focus on the Men’s US Open at Pebble Beach. As with all Majors, there is tremendous talk about who is going to do what and when; in my opinion, this weekends event will be the ‘Clash of the Titans’!Continue reading
For the second straight year, Brooks Koepka will take home the Wanamaker Trophy. At the start of the fourth round, everyone (including myself) thought it would be walk in the park. However, starting on hole 11, his and Dustin Johnson’s fortunes began to change. That is when the PGA Championship started to get interesting.Continue reading