In this installment of Alan Shipnuck’s mailbag, Shipnuck tackles Phil’s resurgence, Tiger’s return, and how Sergio will be welcomes on Tour.
It was raining as if it might forget to stop, a soaker so Homeric that even the puddles complained of feeling damp. Not a single soul that comprised the Honourable…
“You just don’t like golf?” asks the kind woman at the front desk of Fusion ATL, an athletic training center in posh Buckhead. “So why are you here, exactly?”
This week, Shipnuck takes on Rickie’s shaky win in Scottsdale, the recent glut of Rules infractions, pairing ideas for Ho-sung, and more.
Today the Tour is allowing players to be interviewed mid-round. But why stop there? There are plenty of other ways to enhance the TV product.
Phoenix has been Hideki Matsuyama’s playground, but Rickie Fowler is a good bet, too. So are several sleepers who could help you cash in.
Between San Diego, Phoenix and LA, this is as good as regular PGA Tour events get.
They were once America’s unbreakable, unshakable duo. Today, things have gone frosty. How did Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed get here?
Is Justin Rose playing exciting golf? Not really. But that’s partly why he’s so impressive – and why this tournament is all but over.
No longer working with Tiger Woods, psychologist Jay Brunza’s golf work carries on. This week, he’s out following 28-year-old Dylan Frittelli.