Month: July 2020

Given the questionable health of his left knee—and the unquestionable struggle to find consistency in his game—it’s no stretch to say that Brooks Koepka does not enjoy the kind of momentum or top-flight form heading into next week’s 102nd PGA Championship he has exhibited leading up to other major title defenses. (Quick aside: God help
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In honor of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, FootJoy has released a charitable collection that was designed by patients at the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. More than 30 golfers in Memphis will showcase the whimsical pattern across the collection of golf shoes, apparel and gloves. The main collection—which includes a pattern comprised of artwork
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Nick Faldo summed things up nicely during Golf Channel broadcast of the opening round of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. In response to another Bryson DeChambeau rules official encounter, he quipped, “There’s a lot going on for a quiet Thursday afternoon, isn’t there?” Indeed, DeChambeau’s situation was entertaining yet just one of several notable things
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Hugo Boss launched a sale called “Summer Suits You,” slashing prices up to 60 percent sitewide. It’s a great time to pick up some new golf shirts, pants and other wardrobe essentials. The biggest discounts are on pants, dress shirts, suits and sportcoats, but you’ll also see lower prices on polo shirts, lounge wear, sweatshirts,
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The PGA Tour announced Monday that Camilo Villegas’ daughter Mia passed away over the weekend. She was 22 months old. “She went through surgery and obviously needed treatment. She just started her second round of chemotherapy,” Villegas said. “It’s been really tough to see her—because you know how it is, she’s in pain. But she
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News that the U.S. government has lifted the 14-day quarantine requirement for players and caddies entering the country to compete on the PGA Tour hasn’t made any difference to Lee Westwood’s immediate travel plans. Speaking after completing a final round of 79 at the British Masters—where he was the tournament host—the former World No. 1
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