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2022 PGA Preview
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2022 PGA Preview

As we sit in the thick of the PGA Tour vs. Saudi backed LIV Tour quarrel, the PGA of America didn’t do themselves any favors when the concession stand board at the PGA Championship was posted to social media earlier this week. While the PGA tour raises more money for charity each year than the...

The Dr. Is In
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The Dr. Is In

March 8th is National Women’s Day. The day is meant to commemorate and celebrate female pioneers who stood up and fought for the rights of women’s equality everywhere. To go hand-in-hand with February’s Black History Month, I’d like to talk about a historical woman of color who resides just 45 minutes from me in Canton,...

SGL May Be SOL
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SGL May Be SOL

I tend to lean more towards being a traditionalist. I don’t love change. I’ll eventually embrace it, but historically it has taken awhile for me to accept, adjust, and get used to it. It takes a lot of convincing for me to get on board, but it is possible. So as you can imagine, I...

The Match Fell Flat
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The Match Fell Flat

Give me televised professional golf any day of the week and I’ll probably watch, especially on a course that I’ve only looked at through inebriated eyes. But the most recent installment of Capital One’s The Match fell flat. In a “made for tv” move the powers that be decided to make it a 12-hole match...

Olympic Preview – Tokyo 2021
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Olympic Preview – Tokyo 2021

Sadly, Jon Rahm has been more attached to Covid than Dr. Faucci the last few months. Rahm was forced to withdraw from the Memorial as the leader after a positive test back in May. He then got vaccinated, came out of quarantine, and won the US Open at his home away from home – Torrey...

500 – 1
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500 – 1

This week the Open Championship returns to Royal St. George’s for the first time since 2011 where Darren Clarke was victorious. When it was held at the Sandwich, England links track in 2003, the 396th ranked player in the world claimed the Claret Jug. He was a 500 – 1 long shot. It was his...

Rahm Redemption
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Rahm Redemption

Not since last month at Kiawah was I happier to see a player get a major win. Ok, so we’ve been treated to back-to-back feel good victories in the last 2 majors. We deserve a lifetime of feel good moments to make up for the kick in the crotch that was 2020. With newborn son...

Where-Wolff
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Where-Wolff

Like every major the storylines are a plenty this week as we parasail into La Jolla, California and Torrey Pines for the 121st U.S. Open. The last time our nation’s golf championship was played here, Tiger Woods made a highlight reel a mile long with a broken leg and 91 holes of incredible golf and...

2021 PGA Championship Preview
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2021 PGA Championship Preview

156 player field. 99 of the top 100 in the Official World Golf Rankings (I’ll let you guess who’s missing). 35 major champions. 70 International players from 25 different countries. That’s the 2021 PGA Championship in a nutshell; the strongest major field in golf. Kiawah Island plays host for the first time since 2012, when...