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By John Coyne


Bestselling author John Coyne became a caddie at Midlothian Country Club near Chicago when he was 10 and oversaw the caddie yard as a teenager. Learn about his golf novels at JohnCoyneBooks.com.

LAST NOVEMBER 11TH, ALFRED "BIG RABBIT" DYER, the legendary PGA Tour caddie, died from natural causes while traveling by car from Ft. Pierce, Florida to New Orleans. He was 82.

Dyer was one of the last of the big-name traveling caddies on the PGA Tour; men like Angelo Argea who caddied for Jack Nicklaus and Creamy Carolan, Arnold Palmer's looper. Dyer was also the first black caddie to work at Arizona's Thunderbird Country Club and the first black caddie on the bag of a winner in 1974 when...
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The following preview and images were provided by Rolex, a Presidents Cup partner.

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – The Presidents Cup returns to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia from 12–15 December when some of the world's finest golfers, representing teams from the United States and the rest of the world excluding Europe, will compete head-to-head under match play conditions.


U.S. team member Justin Thomas.​
This will be the third time Royal Melbourne has staged the event since its inception in 1994. One of the city's renowned sandbelt courses – built on sandy bayside soil that allows bunkers to be distinctively cut right to the edge of greens – it hosted proceedings in 1998 when the competition first ventured outside the United States.

The International team won that...
Dec
05
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LOTS OF CHANGES AT CBS GOLF.

The broadcast team has been largely overhauled, including this announcement mentioned near the end of a CBS Sports press release on Tuesday:
Additionally, Michelle Wie, the five-time LPGA TOUR winner, will contribute to CBS Sports' multimedia golf coverage this season, including the Masters.​
Wie should be a good addition.

Wie left the LPGA Tour in June to deal with a chronic left-wrist injury. Her first experience in the broadcast booth was working for Golf Channel at the 2019 Solheim Cup.

Still can’t believe this is happening!! Thank you @cbssports for this exciting opportunity and believing in me. Really excited to work with (and learn from) this prestigious team at the @themasters next year!!See you all at Augusta in 2020!!!...​
Dec
03
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THE HERO WORLD CHALLENGE TEES OFF ON WEDNESDAY at Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas. The field of 18 includes most of the U.S. Presidents Cup team that will face the International team next week in Australia.

Above Tiger Woods talks to the Golf Channel's Lisa Cornwell about this week's tournament and supporting relief efforts related to Hurricane Dorian.


Source: MORNING DRIVE: Tiger Woods Previews Hero World Challenge and Highlights One Bahamas Fund for Hurricane Dorian Relief
Dec
03
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JON RAHM, WHO RECENTLY WON the European Tour's Race to Dubai, is the golfer of the year on the European Tour.

More from EuropeanTour.com:
Rahm was selected by a panel comprising members of the golfing media as the winner of the prestigious annual award after a superb season in which he won two Rolex Series events, defended his national Open title and became the first Spaniard since Severiano Ballesteros to finish the year as European Number One after sealing the Race to Dubai title in a dramatic finale to the 2019 campaign.
The 25-year-old finished tied ninth at The Masters, tied third in the U.S. Open and was runner-up at the Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucia Valderrama Masters before securing his first European Tour title of the year at...​
Nov
30
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Davis Love III, host of the RSM Classic and new CBS Golf guy made a bold statement about Tiger Woods, as quoted at GolfDigest.com.

"I think if he's healthy, he goes to 100 wins," Love said.

And this:

"He hasn't really gotten going good. See, I think he's different than Jack [Nicklaus]. He won the Masters at, what, 46, right? But he wasnt' really playing full time. If he was playing good he could win any time. And Greg [Norman] was sort of the same way and he just kind of stopped playing.

"Tiger Woods isn't going to sit around. I think he's going to go for 100. But if he gets hurt again … every time he gets hurt it"s just going to get harder and harder. But if he stays healthy. ..."

And also this:

"My same old argument, and I've told him this, is if he just played a...
Nov
27
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FOR MORNING READ, JOHN HAWKINS writes about the demise of the PGA Tour money list:
The money list is dead.
Actually, it died more than 10 years ago, but it can take a while to notice such things, and most people have more important things to lie awake about, anyway.
Although there was no funeral, the money list definitely was buried. You can find it in a faraway corner of the PGA Tour website, where it rests in peace with a bunch of picayune statistical data.
There was a time when the dollar tally basically governed the pro game, not only determining exempt status but who got to play where.
A victory still earns a man 18 percent of the total purse on any given week, but since...​
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