This week’s mailbag features Alan Shipnuck’s prospects for McIlroy, offers advice for the winter months and settles one quirky debate: would you beat President Trump in an 18-hole match?
In this week’s #AskAlan mailbag, Alan Shipnuck fields questions about the SI Michelle Wie cover that never was, rolling back the golf ball and a conspiracy involving Tiger Woods.
Maverick McNealy is two events deep in his professional career, having led on a Friday in Napa and missing the cut in his new home, Las Vegas. Right now he’s probably the most intriguing player trying to earn his card.
By now, of course, you have heard about the 2014 Sports Illustrated cover that foretold the Astros’ World Series win. But did you know Michelle Wie was originally supposed to grace the cover of that issue?
Our intrepid reporter dives in on whether Tiger can ever win again, Phil’s best chance at a U.S. Open, pacing off yardages in the GPS age, and men wearing yoga pants under golf shorts.
One of golf’s great late-bloomers, Olin Browne still yearns for success in golf, but he isn’t getting any younger. When he’s not competing on the Champions Tour, the three-time Tour champ is just trying to keep pace with fellow pro Olin Browne Jr.
Tiger posts one (albeit cool) video and the whole world loses its mind. To wit, our very own Alan Shipnuck answers a host of Woods-related question in this week’s mailbag.
Alan Shipnuck answers your juiciest golf questions, like where will Phil Mickelson win? Or would Jack Nicklaus beat Tiger, right now? Or should the Web.com Tour play for more money?
The recently-turned 50-year-old is easing into life on the Champions tour, and loving every minute of being a player again. So long as he keeps beating his son.
Most of the 50 or so hardcore caddies that work the famous Old Course genuinely believe they don’t belong there. “It’s a transition period,” they’d say, hoping that caddying would be a quick way to make money to invest in their “real-life” vocation. For some, this may be true, but for many it’s just delusion.