If you’re a fan of the NBA, you’re really doing yourself a disservice if you’re not following and watching The Starters. Their coverage of the NBA is the best combination of insight and entertainment there is, and frankly, I’m not sure there’s a comparable alternative in any sport and when it comes to golf, there’s definitely […]
Late on Sunday night, LINKS Magazine reported that Greg Norman was being dumped by Fox after only one year as Joe Buck’s colour man for USGA events and on Monday, the USGA confirmed the news in a press release. Officially, the term used is that the sides “parted ways”, and realistically, it’s possible that Norman wasn’t […]
The first two golf events of 2015 are in the books, and if they are an indicator of the kind of year golf can expect over the next twelve months, we’re in for a lot of fun. Stops in South Africa and Hawaii both went into playoffs, with Andy Sullivan topping Charl Schwartzel at the […]
On Monday at Kapalua, Patrick Reed was able to force a playoff with Jimmy Walker after a final round 67, winning it on the first playoff hole with a birdie and taking the opening event on the PGA Tour in 2015, the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
Thirty seven years ago, the Ryder Cup was in trouble of falling into a pit of irrelevancy. Team USA had won all but three of the biennial events against Great Britain since the inception back in 1927, and most of them by a wide margin. The addition of Irish players in 1953 helped a little bit […]
When I first started watching golf seriously, Johnny Miller was already entrenched as NBC’s lead analyst and as I’ve become more knowledgeable about the game, several things have become clear to me about the man. First, Miller is incredibly blunt while he is on the air, and when it comes to his popularity, it’s usually a […]
Shocking news out of Fox and the USGA tonight, as it’s been announced that Fox will be taking over USGA broadcast rights, signing a 12-year deal that starts in 2015. The deal covers the U.S. Open, the Women’s U.S. Open and the Senior U.S. Open, as well as international team competitions and amateur events. Quotes […]
Justin Rose was able to outlast the competition and the brutal layout of Merion as manipulated by the USGA to win the 2013 U.S. Open. What Happened Several players had control of this tournament on Sunday, but as usual at the U.S. Open, that didn’t mean anything until the final stretch of holes. […]