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The USGA and R&A Driving Distance Report is Still Shortsighted

Kris McEwen Opinion Leave a Comment

If you follow me on Twitter (@krismcewen) or are part of our fun, sometimes odd, little golf Twitter world, you’re probably familiar with the seemingly quarterly debate regarding the distance in which the ball travels these days at the professional level. It’s a cyclical, never-ending debate between those that see no issue with guys “bombing and gouging” their way around …

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Sergio Garcia Owes Quite a Few Apologies After his Recent Breakdown

Jamie MacDonald Opinion, Players Leave a Comment

For a long time Sergio has been a favorite of mine. I was so happy to finally see him break through for his first major win at The Masters but I have a new opinion and it’s not good. Last week the news broke that he had been disqualified from an event in Saudi Arabia due to “serious misconduct” it later being revealed that …

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NEW: Eddie’s Weekly Golf Round Up and Social Media Recap

Ed DiTusa News, Opinion, Players Leave a Comment

Check out my weekly golf round-up to learn everything you need to know about the past seven days in the golf world. From the pro Tours to the trick shots, I’ll have you covered of a regular basis.  With the late finish at Torrey Pines, I wasn’t able to mention Justin Rose’s victory and now being the number one golfer …

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Let’s Settle This: Augusta National vs Pine Valley

Frank Courses, Opinion Leave a Comment

Ask any golfer for his or her course bucket list and there’s no doubt you’ll find Augusta National and Pine Valley in the mix. That’s no surprise. But the real question is, which one is on top? The reason I pose this question is because year after year it seems that Pine Valley lands on top of Golf Digest’s list …

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ON TOUR: PGA to Experiment With On-Course Interviews

Kris McEwen News, Opinion, Players 1 Comment

According to an AP story by Doug Ferguson, the PGA TOUR is asking for some of their golfers to volunteer to talk about their round during their round. Beginning at this week’s Sentry Tournament of Champions, the Tour will experiment with the idea, but only with anyone willing to talk. So far, the response from the players’ has been lukewarm, to …