News item: Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald teams with Kevin Streelman to win the pro-am portion of the AT&T by seven shots: … After playing virtually every day since the end of the football season. … After entering theREAD MORE

I hung out with 191,000 close friends last week. We could have fit a lot more. It was the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a tournament that regularly draws six-figure crowds to TPC Scottsdale. I went thereREAD MORE

“If you build it, they will come” has been a popular phrase in the golf industry for the past few decades. Starting with Dick Youngscap’s vision at Sand Hills in rural Nebraska, to Mike Keiser’s golf mecca at Bandon DunesREAD MORE

When Tour member Rhein Gibson threw his putter cover at his caddie the other day, I immediately thought of Lefty. Not Phil Mickelson, the most famous Lefty on the PGA Tour. My mind went right back to the 16thREAD MORE

There has been a lot of fascination in recent years with short par-4s, but what about the short par-5? I think they can be equally interesting. I live right on a 470-yard par-5 where there’s a severe slope on theREAD MORE

So it turns out that part of the government’s new tax plan is the elimination of the 50 percent deduction for business expenses – such as golf. That’s bad stuff for the industry, but at times like this there’s onlyREAD MORE

Once time “springs forward” on March 11, 2018, the powers that be at Golf Guide and Green Valley Country Club have teamed up to open the country club’s gates to the public to celebrate the return of late afternoon golf.READ MORE

“I had that bad dream again, Doc.” “The one about the first-tee jitters? I remember the last time that happened – you needed a lot of therapy.” “Yeah, I’m still paying for it.” “But your account is up to date.”READ MORE

August 4, 2013. Seems like eons ago, doesn’t it? That’s the last time Tiger Woods won a PGA event. His victory in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational was his fifth of the season. Just a few weeks earlier, Jordan Spieth had earnedREAD MORE

The LPGA gets it. When the women’s tour had some open 2018 dates it needed to fill, where did it look? California, of course. Tournaments were added at Lake Merced in San Francisco and at a Los Angeles-area course toREAD MORE

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