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Oak Hill Notebook: Moving Day at the PGA

It was a stunning day at Oak Hill for the third round of the 2013 PGA Championship. Moving day saw 2nd round leader Jason Dufner and veteran Jim Furyk trade the lead most of the day. Furyk (-9) takes a 1 stroke lead into the final round over...

In Global Golf Post – Weir on Augusta:...

I recently returned to Global Golf Post, the very cool digital magazine out of the U.S., as its Canadian columnist. The magazine is free — so check it out. This week I wrote about Mike Weir’s 10th anniversary of his Masters win. The...

Richard Zokol responds: Anchoring ban...

I received a phone call Sunday from my friend, Richard Zokol, a winner on the PGA Tour and Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member. Zoke and I disagree about the anchoring ban, and rather than leaving a lengthy comment, he asked if he could do a...

Graham DeLaet and the art of putting

Weyburn, Sask.’s Graham DeLaet is 18th in driving distance. He’s 13th in total driving and 19th in greens in regulation. All indications of a great year, right? Well not so quickly. DeLaet is 85th in strokes gained — putting...

Q School kicks off this week — seven...

My interview with Adam Hadwin a week or so ago was quite intriguing. Hadwin says he’s not trying to put too much pressure on himself as he knows he has a place to play — the Web.com Tour — regardless of whether he makes it...

Sympatico: Despite his stumbles along the...

  My latest Sympatico column went live this morning. It features an interview with Brad Fritsch, the latest Canadian member of the PGA Tour, having cracked the Top 25 on the Web.com Tour. Fritsch is an interesting, articulate and outspoken...

Does adding the PGA Tour logo to the...

I think the answer to the question is no. On its premise, the announcement that the PGA Tour was enveloping the Canadian Tour was not a surprise. The PGA Tour spent too long doing due diligence to walk away from the Canadian Tour. But beyond...

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