According to multiple reports, the United States Golf Association and the R&A (golf’s governing body) have agreed to ban the practice of anchoring a club while making a stroke, beginning Jan. 1, 2016.
There are the sports that are huge staples of our American society and its entertainment industry, and there are others that are sort of just there.
Golf is a great example of one of the sports that certainly does get its fair share “SportsCenter time,” but is not anywhere near as renowned as the likes of football, basketball, and baseball.
And to be honest, it probably never will be.
But just because golf and the PGA Tour will probably never break the threshold separating the first and second-tier sports leagues, it doesn’t mean it can’t continue to grow, evolve, and expand its place in the wide world of sports.
“A tradition unlike any other.”
The well-known Jim Nantz line is the only appropriate way that I could conceive starting out any article that previews the cherished tradition that is The Masters.
Keegan Bradley is just as good for golf as Tiger Woods is right now.
Granted, Bradley nor anyone else on the PGA Tour has the track record that Woods has, but that’s part of what made this weekend, and golf over the past few years, great.