Paving the way for the PGA Tour?… The last golf tournament that had fans in the United States was the Aloha Press Classic…
Your Welcome Houston OPEN>>
Fairways lined.. Greens packed with people chasing the leaders who were standing shoulder to shoulder. And I say go for it. Let there be fans and let the players who don’t feel comfortable stay home.
You want the full rant? Then listen to this week's podcast. I have got a new enemy when it comes to the “Karen’s” in this world. For example: Geoff Shackelford, Jordan Speith, and Golf Channel.
The only complaint Jimmy Walker had was there were only 2,000 fans.“I wish there were more this week, but at least it’s a start,” Walker said.
The world has turned into a high school dance, with your mom as the Chaperone.
appropriate dance only (no moshing, body surfing, slam dancing, grinding, sexually charged/explicit dancing or any type of dance, which could be deemed inappropriate for school).
Spieth said he was taking a more wait-and-see approach with having fans. “Yeah, I think we have to see,” he said. “It certainly felt more normal as we were playing, so obviously if we’re able to do it safely, that’s a huge win for the tournaments and the Tour. Hopefully it continues to go well like it did this morning.” Jordan missed the cut and was sent home early.
BUT WHO WON?
Carlos Ortiz from Mexico took down the big boys on a big boy golf course. Carlos killed it this week by some great golf on a course no pro had seen except Brooks Koepka. Carlos might miss this year's Masters but will punch his ticket this APRIL and is rewarded with next week off.
Enough of the Houston Open…
Let’s get to the good stuff…
How about another Major Championship contest.
Looks like Phill is testing a new putter?
Bryson Dechabeau played a practice round and this is what he had left after his tee shot.
Augusta is looking more like an April Masters, than a November one. But it looks like rain is in the mix for the first couple days.
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