Around Augusta, the class of old is permanent. It’s woven into Tiger’s four Green Jackets. His nine other top-8 finishes. That bunker shot in ’05. It’s seen, elsewhere, in Mickelson’s three Masters titles. His 2010 shot from the pine. His 12 top-10s. No current player has had the continued Masters success of these two modern greats. And as the class of old meets that of the new, only … Continue reading THE MASTERS
There was something eloquent about moving this event to Mexico. Historically staged at Trump National Doral, owned by – yep, the clue’s in the name – the PGA Tour struggled to find a sponsor to align themselves with a course so closely associated with the now-45th President of the USA.
A university induced hiatus later, #moxeystips this week makes what some have labelled an eagerly anticipated return to the golf tipping community. As I sit here in the incessant Bristol rain the European Tour makes the short trip from its Abu Dhabi season opener to the plush green fairways and clear blue skies of neighbouring city Dubai. Continue reading “Dubai Desert Classic”