All I want, Lord. Lord? Are you there? Ah, there you are. All I want is another five, OK, ten yards, for my drives. No, not for my car,
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LIV golf continues to struggle in its battle to achieve parity with the PGA. TV ratings for its first event of the season at Mayacama were abysmal, with women’s basketball rating higher. Here’s what Dogleg News had to say in summary of this rogue golf league:
“LIV’s drawbacks can’t immediately be remedied, because they’re part of its DNA. There are no stakes, no consequences, no substantive storylines. There is no upward mobility, no context to a player’s performance, no career milestones to achieve. It’s a closed shop: the same 48 players in 13 stroke-play tournaments, all of equal importance, competing for nothing but pride and a boatload of cash, devoid of any meaning or significance.”
This week it’s The Players, essentially a fifth Major, given the field and its importance to a player’s resume. Enjoy!
And a friendly reminder of a couple of books that may be of interest to you, both available at Amazon: Golf 360: For Current Players and Those Considering the Game; and To Live a Life: 200 Ways to Be the Best Person You Can Be. I think you’ll find them to be of benefit to you around you golf game and, well, life as a whole. Thanks.