When I started doing these year in review posts back in 2015, I started with 60 stories, and that felt like a lot. Then, for some reason, I upped it to 100, and it felt like I really backed myself into a corner, and that not every year was going to have that much intriguing […]
The 18 is a look at eighteen stories from the previous week or so in the world of golf, and they will usually be on stories that I didn’t dedicate a full post towards. Expect a combination of thoughts, GIFs, images and anything else that caught my eye from the past seven days. Some will […]
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 […]
The best event in golf is finally back, as Team USA and Team Europe are at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota for the 2016 Ryder Cup. Here are ten predictions before the first ball is in the air on Friday morning.
Have you ever gone on YouTube and realized that two hours later, you’re still watching Seve Ballesteros videos? What about Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf, or instructional videos from Bobby Jones? You can get caught in an endless number of rabbit holes on YouTube, especially if you know where to look and so I figured that […]
Earlier this week, Sports Illustrated conducted an anonymous poll, surveying more than 150 players across the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Champions Tour on a variety of issues. They stayed away from the most overrated player question after last year’s result kinda blew up, but they didn’t shy away from some other interesting topics and […]
1. Danny Willett wins his first major Danny Willett gets the green jacket. pic.twitter.com/LDG5NbYaHc — Adam Sarson (@Adam_Sarson) April 10, 2016 Danny Willett was unbelievably close to not playing in the Masters. His wife was set to give birth on April 10th, Masters Sunday, and there was no chance that Willett was going to miss […]
The 2015 Open Championship was so wonderfully weird and awesome. We had the best young American player in decades chasing history, compelling talents trying to climb the major mountain for the first time and a legend said goodbye to the world’s most iconic venue. If that wasn’t enough, we had a weather delay that seemed […]