Noted British player and instructor Vivien Saunders remains positive even though the Abbotsley Golf and Squash Club’s course, which she owns, was destroyed by a vandal in 2017, only to be damaged further by the company called in to effect repairs. Now, the likelihood is that this popular venue will not open again until 2022. Our Lewine Mair has the story.
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Another golf year officially begins Thursday for Tiger Woods in the Farmers Insurance Open at a spot where he’s won eight of his 82 PGA Tour titles and the expectations are inflated despite Woods suggesting he feels every bit of his 44 years. Our Ron Green Jr. has the story from La Jolla, California, in the latest rendition of Green In Regulation.
Walker Campbell may be just 21, but when it comes to the Latin America Amateur Championship, he is certainly seasoned. The Bermuda native is competing for the fifth year in a row, this time at the El Camaleon Golf Club at Mayakoba Resort near Cancun, Mexico. Our John Steinbreder has the story.
Most LPGA fans would never guess that Brooke Henderson is ranked eighth in the world. Third maybe. Could be as low as fourth. But eighth? The first question most ask is, “OK, who is ahead of Brooke?” Our Steve Eubanks has the story from Lake Buena Vista, Florida.