Good for Dustin Johnson – But Bad for Golf?
U.S. Open Golf Practice Round June 13,  2011

The U.S. Open ultimately led to a conclusion that many were rooting for – a long-awaited major championship for Dustin Johnson. There is no debate that Johnson is one of the best players in the world, and he has been …

U.S. Open Preview – Golf’s Toughest Test is Almost Here
OakmontCountryClub

There are plenty of things in golf that are up for debate, but there is one point that can be agreed upon across the board – the U.S. Open is the toughest test in golf. Year in and year out, …

Jordan Spieth is Back – But Had He Ever Left?
Silhouette of golfer and his cart

Well, that didn’t take long. A week after the golf world ‘freaked out’ because Jordan Spieth struggled in the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson, Spieth came right back and won the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational in convincing fashion. …

Forget the Rankings – Who Is the Best Player in the World?
Golf World

In many ways, the structure of professional golf is designed to take away much of the debate with regard to identity of the best players in the world. Thanks to the Official World Golf Rankings, you can simply look …

Brush Up on the Bump
Bump and run

I love the bump and run. I know, I know…. the bump and run is a shot that is usually left to our European friends on their ‘linksy’ courses, but I can’t help but enjoy the beauty of a shot …

Three Augusta National Holes to Watch
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One of the best things about The Masters is the fact that it is played on the same course each and every year. Unlike the other three majors, which rotate from course to course, golf fans (and the players) know …

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