Tiger Woods Returns

Thursday marks the most anticipated return since the arrival of the new Star Wars trilogy when Tiger Woods returns to golf to hit his first competitive shot in over 15 months at the Hero World Golf Challenge. He would follow that shot up with another 72 of them to record a 1-over par 73 at […]

From The Ashes Of Failure

Rise the flames of success. One of the few commonalities of all successful people is that they have failed a great many more times than they have prevailed. Golf exemplifies that margin of victory and defeat more than any other sport in the world. In his 20 year prime from the age of 22 until […]

Front 9-Edition 12

1. In one of the classiest gestures you will ever see, Jordan Spieth waited for an hour to congratulate Zach Johnson for winning the Open Championship last Sunday. Spieth who had painfully missed the 3-man playoff by one shot, thereby losing his chance for a historic Grand Slam, was even greater in defeat than he […]

A Lonely Walk

It was business as usual for Tiger Woods in Sunday’s final round of The Memorial tournament. Woods went through his regular pre-round practice routine and arrived at the first tee dressed in his traditional Sunday Red shirt and his omnipresent game face. But this was a very different Sunday for the man who once ruled […]

A Golden New Era

A year ago, our founder and CEO, Jay Ewing, was interviewed on the Golficity Golf Show by Frank Fasano. One of the main topics of the interview was the state of the game and in particular the drop-off in interest in the professional game. This was immediately after the Masters that Bubba Watson had won in his […]

The New Woods

  The hottest player in the world with a last name of Woods is not one whose first name has stripes.  She does however stripe fairways and is becoming a very fine player. 23 year old Cheyenne Woods won her first significant professional title today at the Australian Ladies Masters at the Royal Pines Resort […]

Johnson & Johnson

The season opening Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua in Maui; oh wait….scratch that. The Tournament of Champions is the first event in 2014 on the PGA Tour but it is the seventh official event of the season. Yes, really. That is because the PGA Tour season starts now in October. At some point we […]

The Front 9-Edition 5

1.       It’s been a pretty good year for Australian superstar Adam Scott. The winner of the 2013 Masters (becoming the first Australian player in history to do so. You can read the whole story here http://www.birdgolf.com/good-on-ya-mate/ ) is putting the finishing touches on his best year to date, by having won back to back tournaments […]

Dustin-g Them Off

Although this is still 2013, this was the fourth PGA Tour event of the 2014 season (yes, we are still trying to get used to that), and it was in China. Golf has indeed become a global game.   When the World Golf Championships were created, it was to bring together all the best players in […]

A Three-Peat Repeat

The Presidents Cup this past weekend at Muirfield Village Golf Club (aka Jack’s Place) in Ohio was another one-sided conquest for the American team. It was the eighth time in 10 events that the US has won. This version will probably be best remembered for the massive amounts of rain that almost washed away Muirfield. […]

The Back 9: Edition 4

Winning the first FedEx playoff event on the PGA Tour last Sunday has put Adam Scott squarely into contention for Player of the Year honors. The criteria for which (Tour players vote for that honor) is very interesting indeed because there are no specific rules to go by. Ergo, should it be Scott, with one […]

The 78th

Tiger Woods won his 78th career PGA Tour event at the Player’s Championship today. It was his second win at the PGA Tour’s marquee event and his fourth win of the season. Woods has never won four times this quickly in a season, so it is reasonable to assume that he is back to his […]