Remember when professional golf went quiet this time of year?
That was back when Blockbuster video was a thing and new cars came with CD players. Now both have gone the way of kilties on golf shoes.
Anyway, there’s no shortage of golf questions this time of year. So let’s get started:
Now that he’s added himself to the Presidents Cup playing roster, who is Tiger Woods most likely to pair himself with in Australia?
Under Presidents Cup rules, Woods is only required to play one match prior to the Sunday singles but I’m guessing he will play more than that. Let’s pencil him in for the four-ball matches on Thursday and Saturday morning, which gives him all day Friday and Saturday afternoon to play captain.
There are 11 players who would like to play with Tiger but it probably comes down to Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Reed and maybe Justin Thomas.
Reed feels like the most likely partner because Woods likes him and it would show what happened in Paris has been packed away in the past. With the way they got waxed twice in th...
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