Month: June 2020

The simple nature of a wedge might lead one to believe that improving the design is like reengineering the spoon. Any enhancements would seem to be at best subtle, microscopic and borderline cosmetic, and generally reserved for those looking for the proper implement with which to consume their daily caviar intake. More importantly when it
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CROMWELL, Conn.—Cameron Champ announced on Saturday that he’s had three negative COVID-19 tests since his positive result earlier in the week at the Travelers Championship, a result that per PGA Tour protocols forced Champ out of the event. “Subsequent to my positive test result for COVID-19, I am fortunate to say that I had three
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CROMWELL, Conn.—The PGA Tour announced Saturday that individuals will not be allowed on tournament properties until passing a COVID-19 test. The announcement comes after players and caddies ultimately diagnosed with coronavirus visited both the RBC Heritage and Travelers Championship venues while awaiting their results. “Over the past three weeks as part of its return to
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CROMWELL, Conn.—Matt Wallace was on the first tee and he didn’t know what to do. The starter had announced Wallace’s name, which has been standard these past three weeks despite no fans to announce the name to, and he had struck a beauty of a baby fade to the right-center of the fairway. He put
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In golf, packing a quality pair of sunglasses is almost as important as remembering to bring your driver or a sleeve of balls. While not technically considered equipment, sunglasses—or lack of—can have a huge impact on your game. Improper eyewear on sunny days will make it harder to track the ball, read the greens and
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CROMWELL, Conn. — PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan addressed safety concerns at tour events during an impromptu press conference Wednesday following five players withdrawing from the Travelers Championship in the last two days due to coronavirus-related issues. “While we’ve been thorough in building and implementing a program that mitigates as much risk as possible, we
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CROMWELL, Conn. — Brooks Koepka is planning to withdraw from the Travelers Championship, according to a Golfweek report, after his caddie Ricky Elliott tested positive for COVID-19. Meanwhile, multiple sources tell Golf Digest that an announcement of other positives tests will come this afternoon. The PGA Tour has scheduled a 2 p.m. press conference with
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