David Frost Doesn’t Know the Rules and Complains.

Last year at this event, The Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic, David Frost was disqualified for moving a stone in a bunker. This is a very basic rule for the tour players, similar to ‘can’t ground your club in a hazard.’ Even a rookie on the Tour, any Tour, knows this rule. Frosty has been a professional since 1981. Let’s see: 2015 minus 1981 equals 34. That’s right, 34 years as a Pro. Add this to … Continue Reading →

Valspar Championship Update

Jordan Spieth again? Just another young player winning his second PGA tournament. Is this going to be the norm? If so, we might run out of young players before the season ends. Then again, it’s great to see this trend of young quality players contending each week. I know. Some of the veteran players are performing well also. But look at the possible reasons these young guns are beginning to be a threat; competition at … Continue Reading →

World Golf Championship and Dustin Johnson

It looks like the Harmon brothers have done it again; help to rebuild a good player into possibly a great one. Granted, Dustin Johnson may be a long way from the Golf Hall of Fame but he seems to have a lot of confidence in his game. With this level of confidence and the Harmon brothers on the team (not to mention his fiancé and new born), DJ may become a Major’s real threat. Everyone … Continue Reading →

The Honda Classic

The Honda Classic in Florida this week was exciting to follow. What a great Monday finish with Padraig Harrington winning in a playoff. What’s ironic was the 17th hole, Par 3. Harrington hits his tee shot during final round into the water to lose the lead to Berger. Then in playoff, Berger hits his shot into the water to lose the tournament. Isn’t golf great? I also like seeing the winning score being single digits … Continue Reading →