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Jack: Inside the Numbers

I talk about Tiger Woods…a lot. I am extremely grateful to have grown up within the game of golf during the Tiger Woods era. I know exactly where I was for almost every one of his incredible, superhero, out of this world shots and performances. But today I’m going to talk about the other goat.…

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PGA Thoughts & Comments

Mito, oh no! Mito Pereira led the final round of the PGA Championship for 17 holes, and he stood on the 18th tee as the leader needing a par to win. He made double and finished tied for third. A lot of critics have blamed his decision to hit driver on the 72nd hole with…

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2022 PGA Preview

As we sit in the thick of the PGA Tour vs. Saudi backed LIV Tour quarrel, the PGA of America didn’t do themselves any favors when the concession stand board at the PGA Championship was posted to social media earlier this week. While the PGA tour raises more money for charity each year than the…

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A Brighter Day Ahead

It doesn’t seem that long ago that Jason Day was the number 1 player in the world. Winning a major at the PGA at Whistling Straits then tearing through the FedEx Cup playoffs with enormous accurate drives and the hottest putter on the planet. But in golf, as quickly as the success can come, it…

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HOF Career – By the Numbers

The World Golf Hall of Fame is unique in that you can be inducted while still actively playing on your respected tour. Phil Mickelson was inducted a few years ago and won a major after the fact. Fred Couples and Bernhard Langer have victories on the PGA Tour Champions after their respective inductions as well.…

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