The 1968 Masters will forever be remembered as the year Roberto De Vicenzo incorrectly signed his scorecard, but another, far less controversial type of Masters history was also made that year — by 23-year-old Clive Clark.
Justin Thomas's coach, Matt Killen, is on Thomas's bag this week. But it won’t prevent Killen from keeping an eye on how his other players perform. “It’s only natural to want to know how the other guys are doing,” he said.
Don't call it a comeback. It's been more like an epiphany. At least that's the word David McLay Kidd uses to describe his return to designing fun, rather than frustrating, courses. The latest proof is Mammoth Dunes, his engaging and entertaining creation that will debut in full in 2018 at Sand Valley Resort in central Wisconsin.
Lydia Ko, who is 20, remains one of the game's biggest draws and is the primary reason why this week's McKayson New Zealand Women's Open will become the first LPGA-sanctioned tournament to be contested in her homeland.