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Justin Thomas: Racking Up Wins & Records

HONOLULU, HI - JANUARY 15:  Justin Thomas of the United States celebrates with the trophy after winning the Sony Open In Hawaii at Waialae Country Club on January 15, 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Justin Thomas continued to be the man on the PGA Tour this year as he set all kinds of records in his win at the Sony Open. Thomas made it a Hawaiian Double with wins at both the SBS Tournament of Champions and the Sony. And he did it in style becoming the youngest player to shoot 59, followed it with a 64 and then put up matching 65’s on the weekend to win by seven shots . In doing… Continue Reading

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New & Improved: Trump National Doral’s Blue Monster

by Jeff Skinner The PGA Tour has been frequenting Doral’s Blue Monster for over half a century but when they tee it up tomorrow at The WGC Cadillac Championship not much will look the same.  In the words Gil Hanse, the architect who revamped the Blue Monster at Trump National Doral, “It’s really a new golf course.” Some of the holes may look the same but all have felt the hand of Donald Trump’s recent favorite architect,” A lot of… Continue Reading

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Q-School, Tiger Woods and More This Week

by Jeff Skinner The first week of December brings the familiar sights and sounds that we have come to expect this time of year.  No, it’s not Christmas carols, Charlie Brown Christmas or visions of sugarplums dancing in our heads.  It’s golf of course and plenty of it. Amazingly this week gives us not one tournament, not two, not even three, but four golf tournaments.  It seems more like a week in June then is does a week in December. … Continue Reading

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Tiger’s Return: Good for Tiger, Bad for The Masters

by Jeff Skinner The countdown to Tiger’s return at The Masters continues and while most people in and out of the golf industry have opinions on everything Tiger few have the perspective of Tiger’s friend Notay Begay.  Tiger’s old college buddy and close friend gave Brian Wacker of PGATour.com some insights to Tiger’s state of mind. Begay is close to Woods and was one of the few friends that attended “Tiger’s Apology” last month.  He thinks that Augusta is the… Continue Reading

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