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Why the Masters telecast was so dull

There—I said it in a headline—the Masters was dull to watch. It is all about old bald guys in green jackets chattering away about the greatness of their tournament. It is about Jim Nantz talking in reverential and hushed tones about the...

Mike Weir: What’s next?

I found it fascinating that Mike Weir announced he was working for TSN, commentating on the Masters after his rounds. When a player starts working as a commentator at tournaments where they are playing, they are practically admitting they are...

Masters win at 10: Director Kevin Foley...

Tonight at 9:30 TSN will air a documentary on Mike Weir’s 2003 win at the Masters. G4G reached out to Kevin Foley, brother of swing instructor Sean Foley, who produced and directed the program. Foley, an award-winning director, has done plenty...

Mike Weir

Mike Weir on Masters: "I'm going...

2003 Masters winner Mike Weir held a conference call yesterday to discuss his win at the tournament a decade ago. Needless to say it received a fair amount of coverage. Weir is never a big talker at the best of times, and never seems too keen...

Four Days in April: New Mike Weir...

I saw Kevin Foley, Sean Foley’s brother, working on this when I was in LA — it is a documentary on Mike Weir’s 2003 Masters win. Looks quite sharp — and should be very interesting considering the subjects he’s...

Sympatico: "Bubba Golf" takes the...

My perspective on Bubba Watson’s incredible win at the Masters went live on Sympatico last night:   Louis Oosthuizen hit one of the most remarkable shots in Masters history when he made an incredibly rare double-eagle on the second...

Globe Commentary: Augusta "has proven...

I really enjoyed Guy Nicholson’s op-ed in the Globe and Mail discussing the issue of women and Augusta National. I think he’s bang on in his discussion on the subject. All too often I get responses — as I did to my Sympatico...

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