March 19, 2010

What’s in Store This Year On The PGA Tour

We’re almost all the way through March and the PGA Tour is in full swing. US Hole In One is happy that there have been some holes in one by the pros already. The most notable hole in one so far was by Robert Allenby. Camillo Villegas put on a show at the Honda Classic and Dustin Johnson played well during the West Swing. Phil Mickelson didn’t quite get off to the start that he wanted. His season has started slowly and his driver might be to blame. Announcers at the CA Championship at Doral’s Blue Monster kept mentioning how wild Phil was off the tee.

More importantly, the Masters is coming up and there are a lot of rumors flying around that Tiger could be making his return there. This poses numerous hypothetical questions like, “what will golf be like when he returns.” Will people heckle him? Probably! Will he be as good? This is Tiger Woods who we are talking about. He’s changed his swing a couple of times and has managed to be successful. Changing your swing can either work for better or worse. Hopefully, he can put this debacle behind him.

Living in the spotlight looks fun but the press can destroy you. TMZ did a number on him, and routinely scrutinizes troubled celebrities. Anyways, back to the golf aspect of things. We at US Hole In One are excited to watch the majors and see who comes out on top. Who shall earn a place in history? Who will don the coveted green jacket and who will put their hands on the Claret Jug? Only time will tell. It would be nice if Ernie Els could keep his newfound momentum and use it to catapult himself toward another major title. It should be yet again another unforgettable year of golf, both on and off the golf course.