2013 Presidents Cup captain’s picks announced: Spieth, Webb for Americans, de Jonge + Leishman for Internationals #PresidentsCup #MuirfieldVillage

The Presidents Cup, you know, the biennial competition that the International team has only won once ever (’98, ok yeah they tied in ’04 too) and that helps make the Americans feel good about themselves in team play since they can’t win a “real” team match play competition (Ryder Cup), officially rounded out its full rosters today with the announcement of its captain’s picks.  [Read more…]

Jordan Spieth Should Be A Presidents Cup Captain’s Pick, Period. #TalentRich

So Jordan Spieth may not have won the Wyndham Championship yesterday and he also didn’t become the youngest player to reach two wins on the PGA Tour, but in my humble opinion he did officially lock up something of highly valued importance- a Presidents Cup captain’s pick. [Read more…]

Patrick Reed Wins The Wyndham Championship Playoff Style Over Jordan Spieth #TalentRichOverMoreTalentRich

When you’re more well known on Tour for your caddie than for your own game, it’s usually not a good thing.  Just ask Adam Scott (Steve Williams) or Brian Gay (with the outspoken Kip Henley as his looper).  In the case of Patrick Reed, his caddie was previously more well known than his own game for different reasons. [Read more…]

Tom Rinaldi Leaves Jordan Spieth Hangin’ On His Handshake Following First Round of the British Open #RinaldiIsSuchATool

ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi is such a tool, as if we needed further proof of that obvious statement.   [Read more…]

19-Year-Old Jordan Spieth Wins the John Deere Classic, Reminds Us How Old We All Are #TalentRich

It may seem a bit strange to use the word inevitable to describe a 19-year-old’s chances of winning on the PGA Tour, but that was just one way to sum up the ultra-talented Jordan Spieth’s chances heading into the John Deere Classic this past week. [Read more…]