Month: August 2018

Tony Romo’s professional golf aspirations were roundly dismissed following the former quarterback’s less-than-stellar performance at the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship, an alternate event on the PGA Tour. Failing to advance out of U.S. Open sectional qualifying didn’t breathe much life into those hopes. So if you didn’t pay much heed to the 38-year-old’s
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Gregory Shamus There is a lot going on inside that head of Bryson DeChambeau’s. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) NORTON, Mass. — We already knew that Bryson DeChambeau plays single-length irons, is fascinated by physics and was inspired by the book The Golfing Machine. Here’s one more: He grew up playing ping-pong against an actual
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Bryson DeChambeau is the new FedEx Cup Playoffs leader following his dominant victory in the postseason’s opening event. That progression of events is easy to follow, but as golf fans know, it probably won’t stay that way. As we saw at last year’s Tour Championship, Xander Schauffele won the finale, but Justin Thomas walked away
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We might never see another rookie season like the one Nancy Lopez had in 1978. Then 22, she won five LPGA Tour events in a row and four more before season’s end, including the LPGA Championship. To put it in perspective, the second-best rookie season in LPGA history came from Se Ri Pak in 1998,
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ABOUT The game of golf is built on benchmarks—breaking 100, shooting in the 80s, getting close to par—and the ultimate achievement for amateur golfers is to play to a scratch handicap. Some players do it by overpowering courses; some are impeccable ball-strikers; some are virtuosos around the greens. But all scratch golfers share some basic
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With a second marquee win of the PGA Tour season at the Northern Trust on Sunday, Bryson DeChambeau took a big step toward making the U.S. Ryder Cup team next month. He also joined quite an exclusive club, as noted by PGATour.com’s Sean Martin: https://twitter.com/PGATOURSMartin/status/1033836752895655936 Jack. Tiger. Phil. Bryson? Yep, pretty darn impressive. DeChambeau cruised
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