Lots of great golf writing out there this week. Perhaps it’s because, finally, the Canadian golf season is on the horizon. Or maybe it’s because Tiger Woods just won his third PGA Tour event of 2013, and The Masters has even happened yet.
Either way, some good stuff. Take a read of the links below.
John Garrity on how someone (Tiger) comes to flat-out own a golf course like Bay Hill (Sports Illustrated)
Tiger says to Rory, “the ball is in your court” (Golf Digest)
Don’t call it a comeback. Tiger’s starting to put everything back together (National Post)
This is cool. A coffee table book called Jack’s Majors was just released. 18 full colour photos from each of The Golden Bear’s major triumphs (Golf Digest)
Robert Thompson on Sean Foley, from the very timely Monday edition of Global Golf Post, as Foley pupils Woods and Justin Rose finished 1-2 (Global Golf Post)
Lorne Rubenstein on emerging Canadian “rookie” Brad Fritsch. Covering him one tweet at a time (Globe & Mail)
On the 10-year anniversary of Mike Weir’s Masters victory, his annual March media call was more well-attended than usual. Here’s a recap (Canadian Press)
Is this the world’s most luxurious golf destination? On a dreary late-March day, I’d say yes (Golf Canada Magazine)
And in the “talk about inspiration” column, here’s a pro golfer on the European Tour is taking on the world’s best with only two fingers on his right hand (Daily Mail UK)