It’s December, and it’s hard to tell if we’re at the beginning or the end of everything in golf. The leaves have fallen from the trees and the fairways are dormant, but this climate change keeps delivering random 70-degree days here in the Southeast, keeping the clubs from ever making it to the storage shed.
But golf is bigger than that. And in the biggest ways it’s hard to tell where we stand at the end of 2021.
There was Tiger Woods this week, walking and smiling and speaking of good fortune 10 months after a horrific car accident nearly cost him life and limb. Is he back or is he done? Hard to say.
Tiger paints an uncertain picture of his future in the game. Photo: Chung Sung-Jun, Getty Images
There was Greg Norman a couple months ago, promising that his ventures with a bottomless pool of Saudi wealth are “only the beginning” of something big on the horizon. Is he threatening the status quo or just saber rattling? Hard to say.
There was PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan, detailing a laundry list of revenue deploy...
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