My latest NatPost column is now online. You can find it here.
Oh, and here’s a little something something:
For Davis Love III, attendance at the Canadian Open next month is an “official maybe.”
The PGA Tour star, who has won 19 events over his career, including the 1997 PGA Championship, was in Toronto yesterday to promote his redesign of Angus Glen’s North course that will host Canada’s most significant professional golf tournament. Love committed to rework the golf course prior to the announcement of the PGA Tour’s new schedule and the creation of the FedEx Cup, the US$10-million playoff series that runs throughout September. The launch of the FedEx Cup created a difficult schedule that forces golfers to carefully pick their events in July — including the Canadian Open, which follows the British Open at Carnoustie.
“I’ve been an official maybe all year,” Love explained. “But now I’m like the Yankees –I’ve got to start winning.”