My US Open Pick Is……..

The third major of the 2019 golf season is here. 2019 U.S. Open begins on Thursday at 9:45 a.m. ET from Pebble Beach in California. Dustin Johnson is the current betting favorite at 7-1 with two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka right behind him at 8-1. Koepka, who won the PGA Championship last month, was the favorite to win at Pebble Beach for most of the past month, but he’s since drifted a little bit at the Westgate SuperBook. Tiger Woods is hanging around near the top of the board at 10-1, the same odds as Rory McIlroy. Jordan Spieth, who all of a sudden is in good form, is tied with Patrick Cantlay at 16-1. My pick to win the 2019 US Open is

Tiger Woods wins his 5th Masters!

The roars began when he entered the 18th tee box, reached a crescendo when he approached the green and rattled the pristine Augusta National course once he sank his final putt and spectators began chanting his name. Tiger Woods has done it again. For the fifth time in his illustrious career, Woods is a Masters champion. How sweet it is! After an 11-year drought, golf's most polarizing and popular figure has added another major to his dossier, outlasting a star-studded leaderboard on Sunday by posting a final round 2-under 70 to win the 2019 Masters. It's his first major win since the 2008 U.S. Open, 15th of his career and first at Augusta National since 2005. With five green jackets now

2017 Masters Preview

Hello Friends... Welcome. We're only a few weeks away from the most iconic major on the PGA Tour, The Masters. Ah, I can picture the perfect conditions, plush green grass, Azalea’s and Dogwoods blooming to its spring colors. It’s quite a sight and a tournament I would love to attend one day. Before we get into my picks to win this year, let's dive into one golfer in particular you may have heard of, Tiger Woods. This year marks the 20th anniversary of Tiger's first major victory at Augusta, and his first career major. His 12 shot margin of victory back in 1997 was something we had never seen before at Augusta. He hit the ball farther than everyone, causing the officials at Augusta