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Great scott

GREAT SCOTT

Tony spoke to former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez about Adam Scott’s victory at the Genesis Invitational in California: ”Adam has been one of the top five ball-strikers in golf for several years and it was good to see him get back in the winners’ circle on Sunday. He’s the man of the moment now. I actually thought Rory McIlroy might beat him to the trophy but the new world number one was derailed by that early triple bogey in the final round. The greens looked good on television but I think they were the culprit. The pin positions were tough and on an old-fashioned course... Read more...

AUGUSTA CAN PAVE WAY FOR CHANGE

AUGUSTA CAN PAVE WAY FOR CHANGE

Tony spoke to former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez about the new Distance Insights Project Report that was published by the R&A and USGA last week: ”I believe Augusta National could start to play a big role in showing the way forward now that the R&A and USGA have finally agreed the modern-day golf ball travels too far. With the game’s rule-makers talking about bringing in local regulations for certain venues and events, the Masters is the one tournament where the top players compete on the same course every year and therefore experimentation would be possible. Look... Read more...

TV OR NOT TV

TV OR NOT TV

Tony spoke to former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez to give his views about a comparatively new development in professional golf: “The European Tour seems to have given the green light in recent months to mid-round television interviews with the players and I have to say it’s an idea that I don’t like at all. In fact, I think it’s insane. In my opinion it’s a real intrusion for a professional to have to do that sort of thing. It’s certainly the last thing I’d have wanted to do when I was playing and trying to maintain my own cocoon of concentration. I don’t believe it’s an... Read more...

PGA Tour- Young players need you!

PGA Tour- Young players need you!

Tony spoke to former Reuters golf correspondent Tony Jimenez and called on the PGA Tour to start offering more opportunities to the young talent struggling to make a living on the mini tours. “With reports swirling of a possible new global tour featuring 18 tournaments, each with a prize fund of $10 million, I think it is high time the PGA Tour did something to bridge the divide between the golfing haves and have-nots. The elite group are all multi-millionaires these days, and they certainly don’t need any extra financial incentives, but I would like to see more opportunities given to... Read more...