Breakfast Balls: July 25, 2018

Welcome everyone to another installment of Breakfast Balls. Here, we will discuss the early morning roundup of the day’s most interesting topics and developments. As always, breakfast balls are allowed on the first hole, so we might as well relax, take a deep breath, and crush the drive off the 1st tee to impress all the cute country club girls.


The CEO of the PGA, Pete Bevacqua, has resigned from his position and will be heading up NBC Sports (via Golf Channel)

In news that will certainly piss off Tiger fanboys, Jim Furyk has NOT committed to make TIger a captain’s pick yet (via

Canadian golfer Graham DeLaet will miss this weeks’ RBC Canadian Open (and the next 6-12 months), as he will have a second back surgery (via Golf Digest)

Read all about the odds for the RBC Canadian Open here! (via CBS Sports)

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