2013: Some Predictions

This time of year, especially in the golf world, is filled with predictions – hazy, unscientific, or otherwise – for the year ahead. I’m going to take a page out of the book of Bob Weeks and take a look into my own crystal ball with some (really) unscientific thoughts for the year in golf for 2013.

Would love to hear your own, as well!

Before getting to that, many thanks to anyone who took some time this past year to read my musing here. I hope that you and yours had a wonderful holiday season, and all the best for 2013.

I want to try to evolve this blog and what I write about in the world of golf for next year. Should be a lot of fun. Thanks again for reading! Keep ’em straight.

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Some 2013 thoughts…

Who will be no.1 in the world at this time next year?

Rory. Can’t stop the kid.

How many times will Tiger win?

Twice,  including the Open Championship.

Will any of the ‘Best to Never Win a Major’ win a major?

Yes (see below)

The winners of the Majors will be?

The Masters – Rory McIlroy; U.S. Open – Luke Donald; British Open – Tiger Woods; PGA Championship – Bo Van Pelt

President’s Cup?

The U.S.A will bounce back from its Ryder Cup disappointment; however, it will be a lot closer than many think. The International side is coming into good form.

PGA Tour Player of the Year?

McIlroy, again. He’ll win three times next year.

Major I want to attend the most?For Grandad

The U.S. Open at Merion. I have a tattoo on my leg of Hogan’s famous 1-iron from the 1950 U.S. Open played there and, one day, I’d like to stand in that spot.

Canadian Content…

  • James Lepp will get an exemption into the Canadian Open
  • Brad Fritsch will finish 108th on the money list, with two top-10s, and regain his PGA Tour card for 2014.
  • A Canadian will win on one of the major tours. Smart money is on the Web.com Tour (with the LPGA a close second)
  • Mike Weir will go on a run at the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey – 10 years after his near-miss against Vijay Singh – to help spark a somewhat successful 2014.
  • Cabot Links will be announced as host of the Telus World Skins Game for 2014.
  • You’ll start hearing more about Chris Hemmerich in the world of Canadian amateur golf.
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