1. Three Under-the-Radar Picks to Win Each 2012 Golf Major

    In 2011, three of the four major championships were won by golfers who did not receive much hype beforehand. Charl Schwartzel was not a hot pick entering the Masters. Darren Clarke turned back the clock 10 years to win the British Open...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 1,345 reads 5 comments

  2. 10 Coolest Courses on the PGA Tour

    In choosing the 10 coolest courses on the PGA Tour, I looked for outstanding strategic architecture, beautiful scenery and the course having a unique identity. All three courses of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am made the list...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 6,804 reads 3 comments

  3. 10 Pro Golfers We Could Probably Beat

    Millions of people play the lovely sport of golf. Excluding those who are not capable of getting a ball airborne, we've all had those perfect moments. We envision a shot and execute it right on point...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 4,988 reads 2 comments

  4. Tiger Woods' Decision to Play Pebble Beach Shows Little Confidence

    The reasons for Tiger Woods to skip the Farmers Insurance Open seem obvious. He will get a hefty appearance fee for playing in Abu Dhabi. The tournament will see him face some of the worlds top golfers...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 1,874 reads 5 comments

  5. PGA Tour 2012: The Year of Fred Couples

    The upcoming 2012 golf season offers great intrigue and the potential for historic events, and Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy are largely the cause of this. A legend is trying to recapture his lost form, while a potential superstar is budding...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 1,517 reads 5 comments

  6. PGA Tour: 2012 Tour Schedule Is Awesome Holiday Present

    The sport of golf barely has an offseason. Sure, the PGA Tour concludes, but other major worldwide events occur into December. The holiday season is really the only offseason for the sport...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 3,521 reads 10 comments

  7. PGA Tour: Stop Promoting Bad Courses, Holes and Golfers

    I am a golf fanatic whose eyes melt into the TV nearly every week watching tournaments. I'm up early in the morning watching European Tour events, and I'm up late watching events in China in addition to the PGA Tour...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 473 reads 9 comments

  8. 5 Most Overshadowed Single Seasons in Golf

    Luke Donald won the money titles on both the PGA and European Tour. No golfer had previously accomplished this feat. Yet 2011 will largely be overshadowed by other events in golf...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about over 2 years ago 837 reads 17 comments

  9. 6 Wrong Predictions of Tiger Woods' Return to Glory

    Tiger Woods mania is back yet again. Following the Australian Open and Presidents Cup , the state of his game seems to be improving. The whispers of his impending return to dominance are growing louder...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 2,687 reads 62 comments

  10. Presidents Cup: 5 Reasons for USA Domination

    The United States has completely dominated the Presidents Cup . The 2011 win at Royal Melbourne was their seventh; against only one loss and one draw. The main reason for their success is the competition they face...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 391 reads 2 comments

  11. Presidents Cup 2011: Grades for Team USA

    The United States retained the Presidents Cup with a wire-to-wire 19-15 victory over the International Squad. Team USA got ahead 4-2 after Thursday's alternate shot matches...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 2,305 reads 35 comments

  12. 2011 Presidents Cup: Comparing Host Course Royal Melbourne to Augusta National

    If you watch Presidents Cup coverage, chances are you've heard Royal Melbourne mentioned alongside Augusta National. Indeed, it shares the same architect as the Masters venue in Alister MacKenzie...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 704 reads 0 comments

  13. Presidents Cup 2011: USA Leads Despite Flop by Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker

    The drama over this had been building since the summer. Fans had wanted to see Tiger Woods play with Adam Scott and his caddie Steve Williams since his dismissal from Tiger's bag...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 968 reads 0 comments

  14. 5 Reasons Tiger Woods Is Not Back Despite Strong Australian Open

    Tiger Woods put together his strongest finish since the Masters at the Australian Open. He finished in third place, two strokes behind winner Greg Chalmers. He shot three rounds in the 60's and had the 36 hole lead...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 2,061 reads 17 comments

  15. Rory McIlroy Falters in the Wind Yet Again at PGA Grand Slam of Golf

    Rory McIlroy failed to hold a three-stroke lead with only 12 holes to play at the PGA Grand Slam of Golf . Keegan Bradley bounced back from early struggles to shoot an even-par 71, winning the 36-hole event at four under (par)...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 400 reads 10 comments

  16. Tim Tebow Lacks the Skill of Other Dual-Threat Quarterbacks

    It is easy to see why Tim Tebow has been so hyped. He was the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner at Florida and he followed up that season by leading the Gators to a BCS championship in 2008...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 633 reads 15 comments

  17. Rory McIlroy: Five Steps to Become a Golf Legend

    In the future, we may mention Rory McIlroy right alongside Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Ben Hogan. His win at the 2011 US Open broke the tournament scoring record. At age 22, he was the youngest winner since Bobby Jones almost 100 years prior...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 1,111 reads 12 comments

  18. Six Most Underrated Golf Courses on the PGA Tour Circuit

    The PGA Tour Season runs a grueling 10 months, from January to October. Given the length of the season, several great golf courses are able to fly under the radar to casual observers...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 1,110 reads 2 comments

  19. 5 European Golfers the PGA Tour Would Like to Lure

    The PGA Tour is unquestionably the strongest professional golf tour in the world. However, some of the strongest players in the world have declined membership...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 846 reads 4 comments

  20. The Ridiculous Media Coverage of Tiger Woods at the Frys.com Open

    Tiger Woods shot a second round 68 to easily make the cut at the Frys.com Open in San Martin, California. He bounced back from a first round 73 to sit at one-under-par after 36 holes...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 1,152 reads 20 comments

  21. 5 Reasons Tiger Woods Will Not Contend at the Frys.com Open

    Tiger Woods makes his return this week, nearly two months after missing the cut at the PGA Championship. His return means higher ticket sales and more revenue for the Frys .com Open, but don't expect him to contend this week...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 656 reads 13 comments

  22. Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell Fall Short: Michael Hoey Wins at St. Andrews.

    Chalk up another PGA event winner from Northern Ireland. Michael Hoey won the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship with a final round score of 68...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 142 reads 0 comments

  23. No Reason to Care About the PGA Tour FedEx Cup Winner

    I sincerely hope that the winner of the Tour Championship happens to win the FedEx Cup. They deserve the spotlight after coming out on top of a very strong 30 player field...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 498 reads 12 comments

  24. 10 Golfers Who Had a Disappointing 2011

    The 2011 PGA Tour season is coming to an end this weekend. It certainly was an interesting year and a disappointing one for some. It was an injury-plagued year with no wins for Tiger Woods ...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 936 reads 5 comments

  25. Favorite Courses of Arnold Palmer And 10 Golf Legends

    Tiger Woods and Bobby Jones played almost 80 years apart from each other with vastly different equipment. They both dominated golf and agreed on a favorite course...

    Mike  Lynch Written by Mike Lynch about almost 3 years ago 1,487 reads 0 comments