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New Sympatico Column: DeLaet's Big Move

My latest Sympatico column, on Saskachewan’s Graham DeLaet and his improbable rise over the past year, is now online. Here’s a taste: Graham DeLaet made a tough decision to skip this week’s Canadian Tour event in Mexico even...

Catching Up: Reviews of the Reworked Rock...

I’ve been remiss in writing a great deal lately, consumed by other tasks. But the time is ripe for some more course and gear reviews. I’ve toured the reworked Rock and plan to present my thoughts this week, as well as providing an...

Day Three at Canadian Open: Reavie...

I was home on Saturday, since the Post doesn’t have a Sunday paper. I watched Saturday’s coverage on my PVR. Lots of Mike Weir, Eric Axley, and Chez Reavie. But what was the deal cutting away at 6 pm? Couldn’t this have been...

Thoughts From Day 1 of Canadian Open Week

I spent yesterday afternoon caddying for Alan McLean from London, Ont. at Rattlesnake Point GC in Milton, Ont. Alan’s round was derailed by a wayward tee shot on the fifth hole, and though Alan got it together on the back nine —...

NatPost Column: DeCorso's Long Road

Latest National Post column is now online. Here’s a taste: Bryan DeCorso isn’t used to all the attention. Standing on the driving range at this week’s tournament on the Nationwide Tour in Fort Smith, Ark., the Guelph, Ont...

State of the Canadian Tour

A few days ago I had a catch up session over lunch with Canadian Tour commissioner Rick Janes. [photopress:janes_1.jpg,full,alignright]I usually meet up with Janes once or twice a year at Scarboro G&CC, where he’s a member. We sipped...