Welcome to the seventh Global Golf Post issue of 2018. Here are this week’s top stories:
- The peculiar genius of Bubba Watson was on display again at Riviera as he notched his 10th PGA Tour title. Read Ron Green Jr.’s description of golf’s most idiosyncratic character.
- Would Tiger like to be a vice captain at the Ryder Cup? Or would he like to play in the Ryder Cup? How about both? The Post comments on this and more in this week’s Quick 9.
- We know about Bubba’s pink driver, but what else was in his bag this week for the Genesis Open? Our Range Rat report offers the best equipment news of the past week and looks into the winners’ bags at Riviera and in Oman.
- After a missed cut in Los Angeles, Tiger will search for success in the Honda Classic at PGA National. Read more in this week’s PGA Tour Notebook.
- Lydia Ko has been searching for answers after a rough 2017, leaving many to make judgments. There’s more to the story that the public doesn’t know, writes Steve Eubanks.
- Climate change is a realistic threat on the game of golf, and we shouldn’t ignore the impact of rising seas on links courses, writes John Hopkins.
- Dr. Bob Rotella may be the most famous sports psychologist in the world, but did you know he can play some pretty good golf, too? Sean Fairholm sits down with Rotella to talk about his experience as a player.