It may have been a quiet week on the PGA Tour, but thanks chiefly to last Tuesday's Payne's Valley Cup, golf twitter remained as entertaining as always.
Is it possible that my mind is overloaded with golf talk, golf thoughts, golf tips, golf clichés and golf drills? Maybe it is time to look for help from a few “outsiders.” Yes, I think it is time to look for answers -- or THE ANSWER -- from great thinkers instead of great golfers.
Here are some of the good, the bad and the ugly from the world of golf across social media from the last seven days in GolfHound's 'Tweets Of The Week'!
Winged Foot awaits us, and what is expected to be a brutal four-day last man standing affair. So get ready and expect to hear plenty of whinging from several tour pros. Allow me to take a moment as I think about that...
And while I applauded the committee’s thinking and good intentions, I was worried that many of our younger guys wouldn’t understand the responsibilities and nuances of playing with a Baby Boomer. That’s why I sent out An Open Letter To Our Younger Members before the tournament.
Ahead of this week's U.S. Open, here are some of the good, the bad and the ugly from the world of golf across social media from the last seven days in GolfHound's 'Tweets Of The Week'!
On Monday, Dustin Johnson took home $15 million after winning the FedEx Cup for the first time to end the 2019/20 PGA Tour season. (Our off-season lasts three days!
Just because the average Driving Distance on the PGA Tour this year is over 296 yards and the courses are routinely over 7,500 yards doesn’t mean we can’t learn from many of the Old, Old School golfers
Up until his book came out, Penick (1904 to 1995) was a highly respected instructor, but hardly a household name. Yes, he had an impressive resume and an eye-popping list of students, but he wasn’t a brand name that was sure to sell books like Palmer, Nicklaus, Player, Watson or Woods.
It's Tour Championship time which means the wonderfully crazy scoring system that was introduced last year. Here are the starting positions for this week's season finale, and the price of each player courtesy of DraftKings:
In an eventful week, here are some of the good, the bad and the ugly from the world of golf across social media from the last seven days in GolfHound's 'Tweets Of The Week'!
If you had to pick one or two words to describe the game of golf what would it be or what would they be?
It's a big week on the PGA Tour, with a limited field of just 70 teeing it up in Chicago which means a no-cut event. No-cut events typically result in greater quality fields, and that is certainly the case this week.
An eventful week on the PGA Tour which saw Dustin Johnson bring TPC Boston to its knees as he finished on a remarkable 30-under par! But there was plenty more going on in the golfing world than just that...