McIlroy wins in Dubai, Ko and Kerr in Florida.
That’s basically a wrap on professional golf for 2015. The LPGA and European Tours held their championships this weekend and the PGA Tour’s last FedEx Cup points until January were handed out in Georgia. Over the next month, we only have Tiger’s event and a few silly season-type events to get our golf-viewing jones on, until it all starts again in Hawaii.
So enjoy some turkey and the holidays of your choice. Let’s hit the links.
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Another first-time winner, a fifth-time winner and a Monday finish
Don’t look now, but 2015 is drawing to a close, particularly in golf.
The PGA TOUR is already on its 2015-16 season, and there’s only one more week of FedEx Cup points available until January. The Champions Tour is already on hiatus. Both the European and the LPGA Tours will conclude next week with their season ending championships. The Race to Dubai will crown a winner at the DP World Tour Championship in the United Arab Emirates. The women will gather a Tiburon in Florida for the CME Group Tour Championship, where a Lydia Ko and Inbee Park showdown is expected.
While we still can, let’s hit the links.
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TaylorMade introduces their new multi-material M1 driver with carbon composite crown and new T-Track adjustable weight system.
TaylorMade introduces its first multi-material driver, the M1 Driver, with a carbon fiber crown and new T-Track adjustable weight system. The carbon fiber crown allows TaylorMade to shift even more weight lower in the head for a lower center of gravity. The T-track’s tungsten weights provide independent positioning to change both spin and flight. Let’s take a look at the new driver and how it performs.
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We now interrupt your football viewing for a WGC event…
Don’t look now, but many big names teed it up this week in the WGC event in Shanghai.
We’re already a month into the 2015-16 PGA TOUR season, the Champions Tour concluded this month, the European Tour and the LPGA are moving toward their finales. It’s true, golf’s Silly Season matters now.
Let’s hit the links.
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The 2015 Presidents Cup was an outstanding event. I review who where the real winners and losers of the event.
Calling the Presidents Cup a second fiddle in the team match play events might actually be a compliment. The U.S. players versus the rest of the world except Europe was, by all accounts, a complete bore. The Americans have dominated the event since its inception.
So the 2015 playing of the event was vital to the future of the event. Another U.S. blowout and the event was all but finished. What we got was not only an outstandingly competitive event but also excitement from the participants and even a broader discussion about the involvement of two giants who are just now thinking about graceful retirements.
Continue reading “Who Really Won and Lost the Presidents Cup”