Life’s key questions: To think or not, and whether Sergio can win again

Golf is not a matter of life and death. It’s more important than that. Sure, it’s a cliché, but it’s one of my favourite golfisms because it beautifully exemplifies how golfers lose perspective. I was thinking about it while watching the Honda Classic on Sunday and recalling an email exchange earlier in the week. I like Adam Scott, but I was rooting for Sergio Garcia, hoping he could somehow close the deal, which has become a chronic issue … [Read more...]

Canadian Sean Foley a rising star among PGA Tour coaches

With a mind that rarely stops whirring and a jam-packed schedule, Sean Foley doesn’t have many quiet moments. But every once in a while, he’ll find himself alone with a little time, and it will hit him: He’s living his dream. “Two nights ago I was sitting in a resort in Maui looking into the ocean with (PGA Tour player) Parker (McLachlin) and all I’m thinking is ‘Wow’,” Foley reflected on the phone from the Mercedes-Benz … [Read more...]