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Tiger & Riviera: Hogan's Alley Always Wins

Tiger and Riviera have never really gotten along. From withdrawing due to sickness in 2006 to his PGA Tour debut, he's never won here. He's come close, with a T-2 in 1999, but he missed the 72nd green, costing him a chance at the victory. This may be his best chance to beat Hogan's Alley, however, Read More

Rickie Fowler Can't Seem to Win

After entering Sunday's final round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open with the lead, Rickie Fowler seemed to collapse again, shooting a final round 73 (+1). Rickie finished T-11th, 6 shots off the lead. Having only converted 1 of his 6 54-hole leads in his career, people are starting Read More

2018 PGA Show in Florida

Our very own tournament sales coordinator, Robert Canady, has traveled to Orlando, FL for this year's PGA Merchandise Show. Check him out at @bucketsandbirds for updates on his experience! Read More

Golf Channel, the Sony Open, & Broadcaster Unions: A Story

Sunday, the Sony Open's broadcast seemed a bit...off. Coverage wasn't nearly up to par on the Golf Channel, and many people were confused, angry, or upset. Those on Twitter, however, were made aware that the camera workers union had gone on strike as of Sunday. This forced on course Read More

Winter Course Conditions

Although I'm certain most people understand what happens to golf courses in the winter, I thought I would detail a few things. If you notice more divots and/or ball marks on the greens, please don't assume this is due to improper maintenance. Bentgrass doesn't grow much in the winter Read More

Success at the Hero: Tiger Looks Himself Again

Expectations for Tiger at the Her World Challenge were mixed. Some thought he would be competitive, while many thought he would crash and burn like his last attempt at a comeback. However, Tiger impressed everyone with his performance, even leading, albeit for a short time, on Friday. Rounds of 69, Read More

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