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Canadian golf hall of fame member Lorne...

In what is surely unexpected news, Canadian golf journalist Lorne Rubenstein will be retiring from the Globe and Mail according to a column in the paper.  “I always said that when I couldn’t get excited about a major [tournament] then I’d know...

Mike Weir

Weir Back with Former Swing Coach

Interesting to see Mike Weir talking with The Globe’s Lorne Rubenstein about how his move away from Mike Wilson wasn’t working (I wonder how he came to that conclusion…) and that he’s back working with his former swing...

Final Rounds — Finding joy at Osprey...

My good friend John loves to play golf more than anyone I know. Rain. Snow. Doesn’t matter. Fifty-four holes in a day. No sweat. He hangs his hat in Caledon and is constantly batting the ball around Devil’s Pulpit and Paintbrush...

Weir on Future: "I'll need to...

Interesting column in today’s Globe by Lorne Rubenstein about continued changes in Mike Weir’s surrounding cast. The most recent to depart — fitness instructor Jeff Handler. The column suggests Bob Rotella, Weir’s new...

Canadians on Tour; Rubenstein on the greens

Quiet week from a Canadian perspective as Mike Weir is skiing and Stephen Ames has been hanging out in Hawaii. But neither won last year — so neither is playing in the season opening Mercedes Championship, which is probably just as well...

Taping the Score Top 100 Show

On Sunday at 11 am on TSN, ScoreGolf’s Top 100 television program will air. Score Editor Bob Weeks asked Globe columnist Lorne Rubenstein and myself to appear on the program to run through a series of discussions about the courses, the...

Weir at Angus Glen North: "A winning...

It has been maligned, written off and redesigned, but despite all of this, the Canadian Open is still going to be played at Angus Glen. Therefore Mike Weir dropped by yesterday to play a round with a couple of friends and take a look at the...

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