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2019 Masters Dinner Menu: Reed Plans to “Fatten Them Up”

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Since the negative controversy surrounding Patrick Reed after the American team collapse at the 2018 Ryder Cup, this is the first time we have seen the 2018 Masters champ in a positive light.   While taking a press conference at Kapalua to start the season, Reed recently announced his 2019 Masters Champion dinner menu and from what some are saying, it …


ON TOUR: PGA to Experiment With On-Course Interviews

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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 …


Tiger vs Phil: The Match Part Two (Hopefully) With A Few Changes

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Apparently, The Match between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods must have been a rousing success. According to multiple sources, Mickelson and Woods originally signed a three-year deal with WarnerMedia, meaning they’ll repeat the one-on-one duel in 2019 and 2020…sort of. In order to keep both interested in doing it again, a team format is “almost a certainty” according to someone …


No Surprise Tiger Woods Made the List of Richest Celebs in 2018

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Tiger may not have taken home the big $9 million prize in last month’s highly publicized match versus Phil Mickelson, but that didn’t stop him from making Forbes list of America’s 10 wealthiest celebrities. And there’s no denying 2018 was a big year for Woods. After all, who can forget that moment when the crowds followed Tiger up the 18th …


Little John Daly is Living Up To His Father’s Name

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Children of PGA TOUR professionals often gain some spotlight from playing with their fathers in father/son tournaments, giving them a glimpse of what their dad had to play under for their career. But Little John Daly is starting to carve out his own spot at center stage. Everyone knows his father, the ever-eccentric and two-time major champion Big John Daly, but …


A Q-School Hopeful Had His Clubs Stolen and Still Shot a 63 to Make the Tour

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Well this sounds like a nightmare… Imagine you’ve fought and scraped your way through all the Q-School pressure to edge out a chance to make it on the Tour. Then, right before the final round, you’re entire set of clubs are STOLEN! Well that’s exactly what happened to Cody Blick when he woke up Sunday morning to prepare for …


Tiger Woods Narrowly Avoided a Two-Stroke Penalty At the Hero World Challenge

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Tiger had a nightmare finish to his second round of the Hero Challenge last Friday, hitting the ball all over the 18th on his way to a double bogey on the hole. As bad as that sounds, Tiger actually got a lucky break that helped him avoid an even bigger number to close out his round. His second shot came …


Tiger Woods Just Made his First Ace In Two Decades

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Everyone knows about the amazing exploits of Tiger Woods throughout his unbelievable golf career. But one stat that gets often overlooked is his aces. If you’re old enough to remember when Woods made his professional debut back in 1996, you surely recall that he hit an ace during his first professional tournament. That’s probably the moment that you realized the …