Tyrrell Hatton
Lukas Weese - Jun 20, 2020

When a tournament boasts the best golfers in the world with a short golf course and little wind, scores will be low. That’s what occurred on Saturday at Harbour Town for the third round of the RBC Heritage. 35 players are currently 10-under or better. The field was a combined 223-under par, the most of any […]

Jordan Spieth, PGA Tour
Lukas Weese - Jun 10, 2020

84 years ago, Marvin Leonard brought a golf course to his hometown of Fort Worth, Texas. Little did he know that his Colonial Country Club creation would serve as the amphitheater for the PGA Tour’s return in 2020. Colonial is synonymous with Fort Worth native Ben Hogan, who won the invitational five times.  Now, the […]

Nick Taylor
Lukas Weese - Feb 9, 2020

When Nick Taylor was an amateur, Derek Ingram knew he was special. As Golf Canada’s National Head Coach, Ingram worked with Taylor, both as a junior and an amateur. In those formative years as a golfer, Taylor displayed promise with his iron play around the greens. Ingram believed in the Winnipeg, Manitoba’s golfing skills, but […]

Last Word Staff - Nov 28, 2019

If you’re blessed with sporting talent, we all know there is big money to be made, but do you know how much the biggest earners take home every year? Whether they earn their keep scoring goals, acing serves or winning big on the Las Vegas strip at the World Series of Poker (WSOP), here are […]

Lukas Weese - Oct 29, 2019

In some parts of Canada, it feels like Autumn. The leaves are changing colours and the weather is crisp. In other areas; an early snowfall marks the beginning of an extended winter. The colder weather also means the end of golf season. Time to retire the golf clubs and take the flags out of holes. […]

Brooke Henderson
Lukas Weese - Aug 25, 2019

AURORA, Ont.– When Brooke Henderson walked up the 18th fairway, the applause from the gallery at Magna Golf Club was enthusiastic and appreciative. She walked side by side with the 2019 CP Women’s Open champion Jin Young Ko, waving to the crowd with happiness. Claiming the CP Women’s Open victory was not meant to be […]

Brooke Henderson
Lukas Weese - Aug 24, 2019

AURORA, Ont.– The crowd support for Brooke Henderson on home soil has always been palpable. The crowds grow larger as she progresses through the round. The energy permeates a golf course when the Canadian makes a birdie. But during the adverse moments of a round, having the raucous Canadian fans as confidence boosters always serves […]

Brooke Henderson
Lukas Weese - Aug 23, 2019

AURORA, Ont.– It was not the low round that Brooke Henderson may have desired. But given difficult, breezy conditions at Magna Golf Club, shooting a three-under 69 is a solid score. For the second consecutive year at the CP Women’s Open, Henderson will have to battle from behind after 36 holes, this time three shots […]

Michelle Liu
Lukas Weese - Aug 23, 2019

AURORA, Ont.– As 12-year-old Canadian Michelle Liu walked up the 18th fairway to finish her second round at the CP Women’s Open, something magical happened. Like a golfer walking up the final fairway preceding a victory, Liu experienced her first standing ovation on the LPGA Tour. It was the emotional climax to a week that […]

Brooke Henderson
Lukas Weese - Aug 22, 2019

AURORA, Ont.– Brooke Henderson started right where she ended last year. On top of the CP Women’s Open leaderboard. Amidst the pressure of defending on home soil, the Smith Falls, Ontario native got off to a riveting start. Shooting an opening round 66 to take the clubhouse lead, Henderson once again secured her front-running position, […]

2019 Tour Championship
Eddie Davey - Aug 20, 2019

This season Brooks Koepka played 20 events. He won three and finished in the top ten on eight separate occasions. He won the PGA Championship, finished as runner up in the Masters and the US Open. The Open Championship was his worst major; he finished tied for fourth. Justin Thomas played 19 events. He won […]

Brooks Koepka
Lukas Weese - Jul 28, 2019

Brooks Koepka is once again in the winner’s circle. A familiar spot for the World No. 1, who has dominated the game of golf the last two years. Despite only needing 45 minutes of prep for his final round, Koepka cruised to victory at the WGC FedEx-St. Jude Classic, shooting a final round 65. While […]

Brooks Koepka
Lukas Weese - Jul 27, 2019

Brooks Koepka. Rory McIlroy. Two superstars in the game of golf. Paired in the final round for the first time at a PGA Tour tournament. Between the two, Koepka and McIlroy share 22 PGA Tour wins combined. Eight major championships, four for each player. Hence why Sunday’s final round at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Classic […]

Shane Lowry
Lukas Weese - Jul 21, 2019

There are no four words more significant in the game of golf than “Champion Golfer of the Year.” And for the entire calendar year, Shane Lowry will get to experience possessing that title. Playing along the cliffs of Royal Portrush Golf Club, Lowry was able to conquer the major championship pressure to hoist his first […]

Josh Mullenix, Editor - Jul 20, 2019

By way of an incredible recovery shot on the 35th hole, Preston Summerhays, the 208th ranked amateur in the world, defeated Bo Jin 2 & 1 to win the 2019 U.S. Jr. Amateur at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio. Preston Summerhays is not human. But by rule he is the 2019 #USJuniorAm champion. Here’s […]

Lee Westwood
Lukas Weese - Jul 19, 2019

Lee Westwood is in familiar territory. In contention on the weekend at a major championship. After shooting a four-under 67, the 46-year-old is one shot back of the lead at the Open Championship. The crowning jewel event for European golfers. But unlike previous appearances, Westwood has a unique individual carrying his bag. Helen Storey, Westwood’s […]

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Football s one of the most followed sports on the planet and has billions of loyal fans. While leagues like Serie A are very popular, the biggest draw is arguably the English Premier League. There are many reasons for this – with the fast-paced action and tough tackling being important. The Premier League is also […]

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