TPC Harding Park proved a worthy test for golf’s best for four straight days, in no small part due to its rough. The second cut was so thick and penal for this weekend’s PGA Championship, it ejected Brooks Koepka and forced Bryson DeChambeau to rethink his bomb-and-gauge strategy. In fact, the rough alone was … Continue reading This is How a 17-Handicap Looks Playing the TPC Harding Park Rough
Collin Morikawa may have been overshadowed slightly by Oklahoma State standouts Matt Wolff and Viktor Hovland, but the UC Berkeley grad and 2020 PGA Championship winner Collin Morikawa knows how to pack a punch, especially considering his five-nine, 160-pound frame. He’s averaging nearly 300 yards off the tee—a study in the benefits of managing ground … Continue reading 4 Things You Can Learn from 1 Picture of Collin Morikawa’s Golf Swing
In just second career major tournament, 23-year-old Collin Morikawa beat out a crowded field to win the 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. Morikawa shot a 6-under par 64 to emerge from the pack with the victory. He began the day in a three-way tie for third place at 7-under … Continue reading Collin Morikawa Shoots Final Round 64, Wins 2020 PGA Championship
Play a New Game Golf in America usually means one thing: stroke play. But there is a movement out there, fueled by groups like New Club, to raise the profile of match play. Why should you try match play your next time out? Here are five reasons. Match Play Forgives a Bad Hole … Continue reading The Case for Match Play
Filling Up Your Toolbox “Fix a golfer’s swing, and he might swing well for a day. Teach a golfer to fix his own swing, and he will swing well forever.” -Me 99% of popular golf instruction gives you quick tips. “Keep your head down.” “Tuck your elbow.” “Bend your wrist.” Some of … Continue reading How to Fix Your Golf Swing: Use Opposites
Updated: August 3, 2020 – Justin Thomas is back atop the golf world with the No. 1 ranking back in his grasp. When looking ahead to the 2020 PGA Championship this week at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, it makes sense for him to lead the odds board considering his scorching hot play not … Continue reading Golf’s First Major is Finally Here…Things Just Got Interesting
The knee simply isn’t progressing, Brooks Koepka is the first to admit, at least from a clinical standpoint. An MRI last week, before the start of play at the Memorial, revealed this unfortunate diagnosis on his left knee, and it’s something the Jupiter, Florida, resident has known for weeks. But Koepka insisted on Tuesday, … Continue reading Is Koepka Playing on a Torn Ligament?
Jack Nicklaus revealed Sunday during the CBS telecast of the Memorial that he and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nicklaus and his wife, Barbara, turned 80 a month apart at the start of the year. Nicklaus said his wife had no symptoms, while he … Continue reading ESPN: Jack Nicklaus Says He Tested Positive for Coronavirus, Antibodies
The Tiger Woods guessing game is over. Woods announced on Thursday morning where he’d make his first official PGA Tour start since play resumed after the COVID stoppage. He plans to tee it up at next week’s Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. Woods made the announcement on Twitter … Continue reading Tiger Woods Commits to Playing Next Week’s Memorial Tournament
The decision has loomed for weeks, and the PGA of America made it official Wednesday when it postponed the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.