The miss-you moment has passed.
The PGA Tour offseason – both weeks of it – has come and gone, vanishing in the late summer heat that has squelched the onset of pumpkin-spice season.
So much has happened since the tour season ended.
Dustin Johnson had his left knee scoped. Tiger Woods had his left knee scoped and he attended the U.S. Open tennis championship. Rickie Fowler announced he is taking an 11-week break which includes his wedding.
So much to unpack and it’s already time for A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier?
That sounds like a parade or the theme of a Fourth of July event but it’s the kickoff to the 2019-20 season, a run that begins in the West Virginia mountains and will end in Atlanta 11 months from now, just before kickoff to the next college football season.
It’s an admittedly soft start to the new tour season, and if you’re unfamiliar with the bulk of the field playing at the Greenbrier this week, you’re excused. The fall is potentially a make-or-break stretch for many of the graduates of the Korn Fe...
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