Rory was my father’s favorite golfer and has become mine as well. I know Scottie won four times this golf season, but Rory would be my PGA Golfer of the Year for his entire body of work this season. ‘
Rory not only won the Fedex Cup yesterday, but finished in the top ten of all four majors while having a shot to win both at Augusta and the British Open.
Scotties was great, but he he didn’t make the cut at the PGA in Southerh Hills in Tulsa.
When Rory has his putter working he is truly special given his monstrous driving game off the tee.
The putter was clearly working on Sunday as he roared back from six shots down to catch and pass Scottie on the 70th hole of the tournament.
Due to my unusual health problems this golf season, this was the first time in my life I actually had the time to watch all four majors and the three legs of the Fedex Championship.
It was glourious with every tournamnet going down to the last shot of play.
I’s was very happy to see both Tiger and Rory bring the PGA golfers together this week and work out a new plan to answer the LIV/Saudi, Trump bullshit.
I will not miss Phil and Dustin. Odd isn’t along with Greg Norman those three combined probably have more blown last day opportunities in majors than any other threesome I can think of at this moment. Sergio Garcio in’t even worth mentioning.
I think the kid from O State should seriously reconsider his move to the LIV because he could be great if he embraces te challenge of beating the best.Same thing with Zalatoris…that young man is truly going to be great.
The PGA is great as far as I’m concerned. It’s an organization which truly promotes the game at every level for the enjoyment of the game to the fullest.
I was in the fourth grade when Bob Tway Sr. drove me to Lincoln Park for my first Junior Golf signup and clinic. Although my knee has kept me from playing of late, for me, golf is a game most fall in love with if they take the gtme to respect the multiples nuances of the game.
It’s a tough, tough game.