Click here for the cover, or find out which winner this month is the child of a former professional boxer.
Or take time to find out why she (hint) and her countrywomen (OK, it’s Jin Young Ko from South Korea) have dominated the women’s game since 1998. Steve Eubanks writes that it is about their determination and work ethic. Ko took home the LPGA’s first major of 2019, winning the ANA Inspiration.
On the PGA Tour, Corey Connors will be bringing a maple leaf to mix in with the azaleas after he won the Valero Texas Open. And in the Middle East, Daan Huizing made golf history by becoming the first player to win a full-field, mixed professional tournament with his triumph at the Jordan Mixed Open.
And … it’s Masters week, kicked off by the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, which went to Jennifer Kupcho. John Hopkins writes about the welcome addition of a women’s event in Augusta, Ga.
Almost Masters master Jordan Spieth is still looking for his game but is optimistic that he will find it in the next few days in the best possible place that he can.
Ron Green Jr. offers buy-hold-sell evaluations of 15 golfers in the field.
And The Divot: Masters moon pies and much more.
For a serious topic closer to home, there is New York tax legislature afoot that could dramatically affect how golf courses are taxed. Guess who would foot that bill?
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