Month: February 2019

The Masters Augusta National Golf Club is not only home of the Masters, but one of the most talked-about courses in the game. That’s not just because of its breathtaking beauty. The Alister MacKenzie–Bob Jones design provides a wonderful mix of holes where strokes can be gained and those where they can be lost. Some
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Last Friday, at the Honda LPGA Thailand, Ariya Jutanugarn and Amy Olson plunged the golf world into chaos with this one-minute sequence: https://twitter.com/Teamfrench23/status/1098934005741740032 A casual golf fan could be forgiven for thinking that Olson’s ball hitting Jutanugarn’s and coming to a dead halt—leading to a birdie for Olson—was anything more than a piece of happy
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John Smoltz’s first foray into serious senior golf came at last year’s U.S. Senior Open, where he shot 85-77 at the Broadmoor to miss the cut. Not that the ultra-competitive retired pitcher was surprised. “Look, I had a flight home Saturday,” Smoltz admitted to GolfDigest.com. “I wasn’t really thinking I was going to make the
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Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social media headlines and upcoming events, here’s every golf-related thing you need to know for the morning of Feb. 25. Dustin dusts the field at Chapultepec Just call Dustin Johnson
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Friday’s “backstopping” incident between Amy Olson and Ariya Jutanugarn at the Honda LPGA Thailand has reached a conclusion—as far as any ruling from the LPGA is concerned. Neither player will receive a penalty. Olson and Jutanugarn were playing the 18th hole during the second round at Siam Country Club, Jutanugarn’s ball on the green while
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ABOUT You want to get in shape, and you want to do exercises that will improve your golf game. The problem is, you don’t want to join a gym or buy a bunch of expensive fitness equipment. We get it. When it comes to working out, convenience is king. That’s why we asked golf-fitness trainer
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Technically, Paul Azinger took the lead analyst baton chair from the retiring Johnny Miller during the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. But the 12-time PGA Tour winner will officially make his NBC/Golf Channel debut at this week’s WGC-Mexico Championship, and he’s raring to go—and ready to make his own mark in a
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