A day after Hurricane Henri passed through America’s north-east and delayed the Northern Trust’s final round, Finau returned to Liberty National Golf Club and played like a man who hadn’t won in five years.
Smith isn’t joylessly drilling 150 consecutive three footers like your favourite tour pro. He’s borrowing a page out of the Phil Mickelson Manual for Short Game Success and letting it fly, hair down, one hand on the wheel.
“The format is flawed.” “Men and women should compete together.”“Professionals who play for millions of dollars every week have no place at the Olympic Games.“ For three-and-a-half days everything that is wrong with golf at the Olympics was bandied about yet late on Sunday – to paraphrase Jeff Goldblum’s character in “Jurassic Park” – golf once again Read more…
The Australian Olympic Committee has announced the four-person Golf Team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, with Rio Olympian Minjee Lee named for her second Games, and Hannah Green, Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith to make their Olympic debut.
After a tough second round at Torrey Pines that left him one outside the cut line, Cameron Smith did a quick interview. Emphasis on “quick,” because it ended rather abruptly after the question in question.