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Fritsch set for PGA Tour later this year

A couple of weeks back, after Brad Fritsch won on the Web.com Tour, I wrote about the likelihood that he’d return to the PGA Tour next year. He led this week through three rounds, before finishing second, assuring his return based on the...

Battle over the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame...

I suspect about five people in Canada care, which is unfortunate, but I’ve been amused to see the debate between Ian Hutchinson at Golf News Now and Jim Deeks at Fairways over the failure of the Hall of Fame nomination of Geordie Hilton...

Golf mom: After 50 is nifty for Judith...

  This ran as a feature last year for Thornhill G&CC. Given that Judith is again playing well at the US Women’s Senior Am, I thought it is worth revisiting. I think Judith represents one of those rare elements in golf these...

Mickelson on his Calgary course: Intention...

I caught an early morning flight out of Hamilton yesterday, bound for Calgary where I participated in a media day with Phil Mickelson to discuss his new project to the north-west of the city. I wrote a news story on the subject for Globalnews...

RBC Canadian Open Day 2: SportBox...

I’m working the week for Global television as a golf analyst and writing for their website. I’ve done a few things already, including: A preview of Glen Abbey A look at the Canadians in the field with a focus on Brian Hadley, the...

Guest blog: Colin McDougall on the...

RT’s note: Regular guest blogger Colin McDougall is an educator in the golf industry who formerly ran equipment maker Accuform (and still plays Accuform blades!). After completing his MBA at Ivey, McDougall attempted to create a long...

Global Golf Post: Weir and Andrew's...

I wrote about the opening of Laval’s new course near Montreal last week in Global Golf Post. It is the first project that combines the talents of designer Ian Andrew with Mike Weir. The result is pretty impressive judging by my tour of it...

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