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Oasis of Mooolah: Should the PGA Tour Allow Appearance Fees?

Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist This week, the PGA Tour is teeing it up at Torrey Pines Golf Club in La Jolla, California for the Farmer’s Insurance Open. Defending champion Bubba Watson is there to defend his title (or possibly steal the trophy with the help of the General Lee he just dropped over $100K on at auction), and other golfers [...]

by · January 26, 2012 · 2 comments · European Tour, PGA Tour
Is Bubba Watson's Tweeting Hindering His Game?

Is Bubba Watson's Tweeting Hindering His Game?

Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist Throughout the course of the history of the PGA Tour, players have always had interesting relationships with fans. Players like Arnold Palmer and Gary Player embraced people who adored them, while players like Jack Nicklaus and Ben Hogan preferred to keep them more at arm’s length. Golf, by its nature a solitary game, tends to appeal [...]

by · January 11, 2012 · 2 comments · PGA Tour, Top Story

My Take: 2012 Hyundai Tournament of Champions

  Just some trivial stuff that I took from the week in Maui… not that I was there. I’ll start with the bad and work my way into the good. Can these guys play any slower? David Toms went out as a single in the final round, first player on the course on Monday. He finished 2-and-a-half hours after he [...]

by · January 10, 2012 · 0 comments · PGA Tour
Five Lessons: Hyundai Tournament of Champions Edition

Five Lessons: Hyundai Tournament of Champions Edition

Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist Despite missing so many players that a slew of columns came out over whether or not the event was still relevant, the Hyundai Tournament of Champions still managed to showcase some of the best golfers that the PGA Tour has to offer in Hawaii this weekend. While Steve Stricker may have had a five shot lead [...]

by · January 9, 2012 · 0 comments · PGA Tour, Top Story