Dustin Johnson’s win in Mexico was okay, I guess. But I wouldn’t call it great for the game of golf. He’s not a dynamic personality.
It wasn’t pretty, but Rickie Fowler’s win at the Honda Classic is his first in 13 months.
Finally, at age 32, Dustin Johnson is the No. 1 ranked player in the world.
When Jordan Spieth putts like he did over the weekend at Pebble Beach, there’s not a player on this earth who can beat him.
Hideki Matsuyama’s slow play is painful to watch and sets a bad example. And while I don’t condone heckling a tournament leader, I’ve never seen a guy back off a shot or let go of the club on more shots both good and bad than Matsuyama did this week at the Phoenix Open. Pull the trigger! That’s why he’s Hideki Dramayama.
Jon Rahm’s last name is Rodriguez, but Spanish naming customs dictate that he goes by his first (or paternal) family name, which is Rahm. His second (or maternal) family name is Rodriguez.
Talk about an amazing couple of weeks for Justin Thomas in Hawaii: two PGA Tour wins, a round of 59, and the lowest 72-hole score… ever!
Jason Day says he’s shortening his swing and strengthening his core in order to help his back.
Tiger Woods has signed a multi-year deal to promote Bridgestone golf balls.
A Masters Trophy purchased for Arnold Palmer recently sold at auction for $444,012. It’s the second-highest price ever paid for a piece of golf memorabilia behind only Horton Smith’s 1936 Masters jacket, which sold for $682,229.