Month: April 2020

The PGA Tour’s AT&T Byron Nelson event has found a new home. According to the Dallas Morning News, the Salesmanship Club and Tour reached a verbal agreement on Tuesday to move the Nelson tournament to TPC Craig Ranch for the next five years, beginning in 2021. “The PGA Tour and the AT&T Byron Nelson continue
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The European Tour was conspicuously absent from last week’s joint statement from the heads of golf on its 2020 season outlook, the Old World circuit only saying it was working through scenarios regarding the scheduling of tournaments and would have an update “in due course.” According to a report from the Telegraph, that update will
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Tiger Woods’ and Phil Mickelson’s relationship has evolved quite a bit over the years. From cold rivals in their heyday to becoming better friends now as their battles on the course are fewer and farther between, these two legends of golf have become much more warm as they come closer to the denouement of their
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This past Wednesday afternoon, at about the time that the Par-3 Contest would have been taking place at Augusta National, a group of 19 people gathered—not literally, but in a Zoom meeting that somehow worked, despite the fact that most involved were techno-challenged. They came together to celebrate, to mourn and to remember their friend
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The PGA Tour continues to explore variables for a return to competition, including playing early events without fans, multiple sources tell Golf Digest. In a memo sent to players on Thursday, which was obtained by Golf Digest, the Tour said that it’s still targeting a return at the Charles Schwab Challenge starting May 21 at
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Golf is not so much our profession as it is our passion at Golf Digest, and often that passion translates to philosophical, analytical, ideological and, occasionally, idiotic workplace discussions about the game. During this time of pause in our sport (and in the world at large), we decided to take these office conversations online in
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