I’m happy to announce I’ve been confirmed to attend and cover the PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open. I’ll be down at the Trump International Golf Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico next weekend.
Being that I consider myself a blogger and not a journalist, I’m going to try and cover this in a way other than how the regular, stuffy and predictable golf media would. Anyone can tell you who birdied #15, and I probably will do some of that. But I want to find some angles which normal press simply doesn’t cover. Feel free to comment here if there’s something you’d like to see or hear about.
Stay tuned. I’m very excited for this opportunity. I’m going to try and get a round of golf in at one of the Trump courses there too, obviously for the pleasure of playing but for more content as well.
FANTASY GOLF WEEK THREE is in the books!
Week #3 results are at the bottom of this post!
Congrats to Spinsters for the win in week #3. You’ve won a super cool club brush from Sumi-G. This brush uses a nautical choke cleat to attach to your golf towel. Check it out in the image below! Contact me to claim your prize!
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Since the Phoenix Open (congrats to Hunter Mahan) just finished I thought it appropriate to post this great “desert golf” image my pal Scott sent me. Scott is a golf pro down in Arizona. He knows all about the dangers of desert golf.
The poor guy in this picture was trying to hit a shot out of the desert and back into play. He lost his balance and fell into a cactus bush. It took three hours for them to remove all the cacti. I wonder what he scored on that hole…