Category: Tour

A Michigander on the PGA Tour’s Hawaii swing: Excited, then depressed.

Watching PGA Tour golfers stroll down the undulated fairways of Hawaii golf courses always excites me; until it depresses me.

The first two tournaments of each PGA Tour season are played on the USA’s most recent state, Hawaii, a tropical paradise ripe with ocean and volcano views.

My initial reaction is always anticipation. The holiday season has concluded and a new year has sprung hope and expectation. I’ve been an avid PGA Tour fan for as long as I can remember, and I’m pretty nerdy about studying stats and results.

Alec Brzezinski is a sports reporter for the Petoskey (Michigan)

Which was the best Grand Tour of the 2020 season?

This year has been a tough one thanks to the global pandemic, but we were lucky enough to get all three of the Grand Tours after doubts they would go ahead at all in 2020.

This year saw three of the closest Grand Tours on record with the racing going right down to the wire in all of the three week long races around France, Italy and Spain.

Of course, Coronavirus did mean that they were not in their usual spots on the calendar with the Tour being the first of the three to happen in August/September, but that didn’t

Christian singer defies L.A. COVID-19 orders with concerts

A conservative evangelical Christian singer with a history of defying COVID-19 health mandates plans three days of New Year’s gatherings in the Los Angeles area, including stops on skid row and at a tent city in Echo Park, raising fears that the events will be viral “super-spreaders.”

Skid row activists plan a car blockade to stop Sean Feucht — a Redding, Calif., volunteer pastor and failed Republican congressional candidate — and his followers from staging what is billed as a “massive outreach” Wednesday evening on skid row, at the height of Los Angeles County’s pandemic crisis. Feucht’s plans come as

Tour – The Rolling Stones

AEG Presents/Concerts West regret to announce the postponement of the Rolling Stones upcoming ‘No Filter’ tour of North America due to the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.

The Stones 15 date No Filter summer tour was due to kick off in San Diego on May 8 and end in Atlanta on July 9. For the full list of dates, cities and venues postponed see below.

“WE’RE HUGELY DISAPPOINTED TO HAVE TO POSTPONE THE TOUR. WE ARE SORRY TO ALL THE FANS WHO WERE LOOKING FORWARD TO IT AS MUCH AS WE WERE, BUT THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF EVERYONE HAS

Most impactful story of 2020, building on the golf boom

Bryson DeChambeau

Bryson DeChambeau — how he changed his body and his game — was undoubtedly one of the biggest stories, in 2020 and beyond.

Getty Images

Check in every week for the unfiltered opinions of our writers and editors as they break down the hottest topics in the sport, and join the conversation by tweeting us @golf_com. This week, we discuss the year at large, golf’s popularity boom and what we hope to see in 2021.

It was a strange, challenging but ultimately successful golf year with many memorable and important stories emerging from