Top 3 Golf Reads // 9.15.2020


My one wish this week, and it's a long-shot, is that players don't complain about the difficulty of the test. There's no written rule that golf courses can't be set up either extremely difficult or with less than perfect greens, rough etc. Everyone is playing the same course, and one thing for certain is that the guy's complaining will be the one's not in contention come Sunday.


“Golf sees huge upswing with women and young adults” — Geoff Shackelford
<p>Geoff Shackelford is a Senior Writer for Golfweek magazine, a <a href=“”>weekly contributor to</a> Golf Channel’s Morning <g data-gr-id=“4″>Drive,</g> is co-host of The Ringer’s <g data-gr-id=“3”>ShackHouse</g> is the author of eleven books.<…
The last-second club switch that cost Colin Montgomerie the 2006 U.S. Open
Phil Mickelson’s final hole collapse at Winged Foot will always be the primary talking point amongst golf fans when discussing the 2006 U.S. Open. However, the reality is that there was Colin Montgomerie’s own final hole collapse that year which was much more brutal and equally as heartbreaking. The…
US Open caddie’s tournament accommodation is the thing of nightmares (Video)
Geno Bonnalie’s US Open AirBnB is the thing of nightmares. On Monday as the staff and athletes for the US Open began arriving in New York, there was bound ...


Is a borrowed tee considered to be another player’s equipment?


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