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Golf: Rich Getting Richer

“The program (Player Impact Program) gives off a rich-getting-richer vibe,” writes  Daniel Rapaport who headlines his article, “PGA Tour golfers react to big bonuses for the most popular players: 'There's a little bit of envy'.

Golf: Matsuyama's Memorable Masters

“For a guy who has only played PGA Tour events since last September, Will Zalatoris is hella polished. (You’ll notice I used hella, NorCal slang, because he was born in San Francisco.”

Golf: The McIlroy Mauling Revealed

“Still, it was how it happened that made Rory McIlroy’s 6-and-5 beatdown at the hands of Ian Poulter a head-scratcher,” writes Joel Beall who advises his readers of “the 5 weirdest moments in Rory McIlroy's upset loss”.

Golf: Craig Perks And His Famous Win

“The goal leaving New Zealand was to play on the PGA Tour, now I had won one of its biggest events. I hadn’t even played in a major to that point. People look at me a bit cock-eyed when I say the pressure of being at the Players wasn’t too overbearing.

Golf: Thoughts On Playing Pebble Beach

‘Instinctively I want to say ‘yes’, and just pay the money and go and play it.

Golf: Koepka’s Stupid Luck

‘Immediately after K.H. Lee missed his long birdie putt, securing victory for Brooks Koepka, the four-time major champ was asked about the shot that won him the tournament.

Golf: DeChambeau’s ‘Secret’ Weapon

‘A big reason for that success (DeChambeau winning the US Open) was the newfound potency he found with the big stick.

Golf: Sharpen Your Game With A Sharpie

“[Golfers] need to have the self-awareness to recognize what emotional state helps them perform best and which color is most likely to help them achieve that emotional state.” That’s Josh Berhow quoting Amy Morin who is a psychotherapist and an international bestselling

Golf: Putt For Show, Do Everything Else For Dough

“Golf, like many sports, is fertile ground for folk wisdom.

Golf: Lydia Ko No.1 Ever Again?

“I don’t mean to use fantastical words, but she was young. She really didn’t know any defeat. She didn’t know about not trusting herself. And she had perfected what she did to a great degree where the consistency was unbelievable.