Let’s Hope Jhonattan Vegas has a better week of travel to Canada than his trip to Carnoustie

(Image via Twitter) https://twitter.com/PGATOUR/status/1020162387603623937 So as I am sure you have all heard by now, Venezuelan-born Jhonattan Vegas had quite the trip to Carnoustie: he had some passport and visa issues which made him miss his original flight to Scotland and landed Thursday morning. He needed to be Helicoptered from the airport straight to Carnoustie in …

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The two largest governing bodies in golf will “defang” green-reading books in 2019

(Image via Twitter) (via Golfweek)Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, the move will effectively render the books impractical to players who have increasingly leaned on them for reading putts. Three golf industry rules experts confirmed the plan to Golfweek. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly on the move. …

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Breakfast Balls: July 20, 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 …

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Champions Tour golfers are hitting the ball farther now then they were in their prime. Wait, what?!

Image via Twitter (via Golfworld) It's not just today's players, however, who are hitting it farther. Yesterday's players—the guys playing the PGA Tour Champions—are hitting it farther than ever, too. And we don't just mean farther than previous generations of senior tour players, but farther than they ever hit it in their primes. To find out how much farther, we …

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Breakfast Balls: August 15th

Welcome everyone to the first 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 1 to impress all the …

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