If you know me, I like to try new things on the blog. On the podcast last week, I announced that I would be scaling back on my blogs. When I said that, I didn’t know what that was, to be honest. It felt forced.
Despite being in Wisconsin, we haven’t talked too much about the Ryder Cup. It’s not because I don’t want to. In fact, I’m looking forward to it this weekend. In a jam-packed weekend of sports, it will be tough to decide who gets the main
PGA is having one of its best seasons ever. They have so many stars. Jon Rahm won a major and looks like the next great one. Phil Mickelson won a major at age 50. Hideki Matsuyama’s Masters’ win helped push golf forward in Southeast Asia.
Jon Rahm is one of the favorites for The Masters this weekend. It is crazy to be talking about The Masters in the middle of November but here we are. That is 2020 for you. It is even crazier that we will do The Masters
Jon Rahm won The Memorial on Sunday afternoon. That is a big win for the 25-year-old Spainard who became the number one player in the world overtaking Rory McIlroy. Rahm is on top of the golf game due to his consistency as a player. There
We are gearing up towards what is possibly going to be the biggest sports month of recent memory. We typically have a few months out of the calendar where everything is rolling. But this feels different. Part of it is due to NBA and NHL
Wisconsin was supposed to have an awesome 2020. Someone pointed out that we would be winding down Summerfest this week and rolling right into the Democratic National Convention. Who knows, we may have also been celebrating a Bucks championship and all wearing championship gear by
PGA Tour heads west to Detroit for the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Hopefully, the start of the tournament will go better than what happened last week. If you recall, I wrote up a piece about the Travelers Championship and predicted Brooks Koepka to win. By mid-morning,
Dustin Johnson might be underappreciated in the game of golf. Johnson has only won one major, so, he carries that distinction with him. Johnson should likely have two or three by this time, but there is still a chance for more. Johnson won on Sunday
The PGA heads to Connecticut for the Travelers Championship. This is the tournament that was on the original schedule. But with no U.S. Open last week, there are big-name players all over here. When will the trend of big-name players slow down? Is four weeks