On Tuesday before the 2020 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, I had the pleasure of taking in-hand photos of Tiger Woods’ golf clubs. While I have taken photos of his equipment before, I made sure to pay extra close attention this time to the smaller details.
Caddies are pretty trustworthy, for the most part. Getting one to help navigate your way around a difficult track could shave a handful of strokes off your round. They know the course like the back of their hand, so it’s not difficult to trust everything they say.
What will Tiger Woods’ schedule look like this year? It’s something I get asked as often as anything else. Not sure why anyone thinks I have the inside scoop. I’ve made it plenty clear that I do not. Also, not sure why so many people can’t just put together a few context clues to come … Continue reading Tiger Woods Officially Announces His 2020 Schedule
When the USGA and R&A modernized the Rules of Golf in 2019—the most comprehensive update in decades—the governing bodies challenged the stereotype that they’re resistant to change. They’re set to do that again with the launch of the World Handicap System, which starting in 2020 will consolidate the half dozen handicap calculations previously used around the … Continue reading 5 Things You Need to Know About the New World Handicap System (WHS)
Phil Mickelson visited Santa Claus (or is it the other way around?) this week for a Phireside Chat in which Lefty hoped to stay on Santa’s nice list ahead of the upcoming Ryder Cup. It’s a fun tongue-in-cheek look at the successes and pitfalls Mickelson has had recently as he looks to regain his glory … Continue reading Phil Mickelson Tries to Stay on Santa’s NICE List Ahead of the 2020 Ryder Cup
Pebble Beach’s nine-hole par-3 course, Peter Hay, has always been a bit pedestrian in nature. But that’s about to change.
In a piece like this, the disclaimer belongs at the beginning: The history of the Presidents Cup has been a history of American domination, to the tune of 10 victories, one draw, and only one loss in 12 installments, a superlative (and a little absurd) stretch that spans 25 years. Most of the matches have … Continue reading Presidents Cup 2019: Why the U.S. Team is Already Off to a Rocky Start
Michelle Wie and Trevor Immelman are joining CBS Sports, as the network continues to retool its coverage for 2020. CBS announced a flurry of moves on Tuesday morning, weeks after parting ways with mainstays Peter Kostis and Gary McCord, and adding Davis Love III, with Wie the biggest name in the announcement. Though her role is … Continue reading CBS Sports Continues Golf Overhaul as They Re-tool for 2020 Coverage
A lot of great things happened in 2019 for which golf fans should be thankful, from Tiger Woods winning the Masters to Phil Mickelson taking over Twitter. Conversely, there were a lot of things certain players and people associated with the sport would like you to forget about. Unfortunately for them, though, this list exists! And while these … Continue reading Matt Kuchar, Sergio Garcia and the rest of golf’s biggest turkeys from 2019
Brooks Koepka announced on Wednesday that he has dropped out of the 2019 Presidents Cup. Koepka, who finished first in the points standings for the American team during the official qualifying period, underwent a painful knee procedure after the Tour Championship in August, and re-injured the knee at the C.J. Cup in September after slipping on wet concrete.