Dell Match Play will be cancelled; Austin CC is very demanding on the PGA Tour

Rest in peace, World Golf Championship. Golf Week I knew this would be the last year of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in Austin. Her spot on the 2024 schedule, which is usually late March at the back end of Florida Swing, is expected to be filled by the Cadence Bank Houston Open. Efforts to … Read more

5 drivers with a large dessert bowl

by: Jonathan Wall February 1, 2023 The 60-ply carbon fiber twist face on the Stealth 2 is designed to improve ball speeds on players. Jonathan Wall / Golf Almost every major equipment manufacturer has released their club lineup for 2023. Now the action begins. If you are in the market for new driverI advise This … Read more

Why This Tour Winner Turned Down LIV Money for Personal Freedom | Golf news and tour information

Pebble Beach – Tom Hoge will make his first defense of his Tour title this week, a detour that has allowed the 33-year-old to debate the road not taken. Hoge is coming off the crusade of his career, which saw him take an impressive win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on his way to … Read more

Power ratings: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Draw and Fades has a new name – Golfbet Insider. (See my timeline below.) In his first appearance this week, Webb Simpson, Kevin Kisner, and Jimmy Walker will be among the characters reviewed. In this way, we made it to the final championship of the season contested across multiple courses. Back in the RSM Classic … Read more

John Rahm is not a “star”.

by: Nick Piastowski January 29, 2023 John Rahm hits the tee Saturday at the second hole at Torrey Pines. Getty Images Brandel Chamblee can define a “golf superstar.” And John Ramwinner of nine PGA Tour championships and nine other worldwide events, is not one of the Longtime Golf Channel analyst Says. He said Saturday Night … Read more

Why desert golf courses and man-made lakes remain untouched by the Colorado River Crisis

The Golf Club at Terra Lago in Indio, California borders the desert. As the Colorado River crisis worsens, some residents say the Coachella Valley should start reducing water use for golf courses and lakes. (Caroline Cole / Los Angeles Times) Golf courses. puddles. acres of grass. Cascading waterfalls. Showcasing aquatic extravagance slips by day when … Read more