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Ronald Montesano writes for GolfWRX.com from western New York. He dabbles in coaching golf and teaching Spanish, in addition to scribbling columns on all aspects of golf, from apparel to architecture, from equipment to travel. Follow Ronald on Twitter at @buffalogolfer.

Open du CanaDAY Jason Day had been oh-so-close this past month in the big events. He came close in the national open championship of the...

Golf debuted in the Pan Am Games last week. The women's and men's individual competitions of the 2015 Toronto Games were anticipated to be a test-run...

The wind off the nearby North Atlantic subsided, the waves settled into an abiding flatness and the golfers reclaimed the attention of viewing aficionados and scribes...

Yawn, it's Spieth again Jordan Spieth won his fourth tournament of the 2014-15 PGA Tour season, capturing the John Deere Classic for the second time in three years....

Greenbrier Classic Danny Lee had secured a spot in the Open Championship in two weeks by virtue of his top-three finish, but the young Kiwi of...

Bubba Tops Casey In Two-Hole Playoff At Travelers Paul Casey thought he had the shot of the day on the 3rd hole at TPC River Highlands,...

Many tried to win it, many succeeded in giving it away, only Jordan Spieth won it. Where to begin? Like so many viewers, I'm...

Yesterday it was written that the multiple and diverse story lines at the halfway point of the 115th U.S. Open Championship would be the...

A script writer would wake up and ask someone to pinch him, given the number of story lines woven into the first two rounds...

Gomez wins in Memphis, Lefty heats up for U.S. Open Forgive Fabian Gomez of Argentina if he wishes to look backward just a bit and savor his...

What We Learned In Columbus We learned that David Lingmerth has game. The Swede dispatched Justin Rose on the third hole of a playoff to...

Bowditch Bows In Victory To even begin to describe the pathos of Steven Bowditch’s personal travails would require a doctoral dissertation. Suffice it to say...

Sink Holes It was two years ago that a sink hole opened up on a course in Illinois, swallowing a golfer in the process. Fortunately...

It's ironic that it took Dan Washburn eight years to take The Forbidden Game from first interview to publication. The irony is underscored by the amount of...

Well, watch out. The dragon no longer slumbers. Two weeks removed from his win at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play at San Francisco’s TPC Harding Park,...

Rickie Fowler Earns Playoff Victory Over Kevin Kisner and Sergio Garcia There was one winner on Sunday at Sawgrass: Golf. Three members of the field...

My Heart? In San Francisco Rory McIlroy’s 4 & 2 title bout victory over Gary Woodland felt breezy, given what the World No. 1 experienced in...

Justin Rose wins the Zurich Classic Did you see those teeth? Did you hear that roar? It’s great that Justin Rose reacts to a tour title...

This story is part of our new “GolfWRX Guides,” a how-to series created by our Featured Writers and Contributors — passionate golfers and golf...

Monday Tour Mash is a recap of the weekend’s top-5 golf stories, as well as a few others that didn’t quite make the cut.  Goodbye Back-Monkey,...

This story is part of our new “GolfWRX Guides,” a how-to series created by our Featured Writers and Contributors — passionate golfers and golf...

Jordan Jordan Spieth led from start to finish. He has finished runner-up and champion in his first two Masters appearances. Spieth will no doubt be...

Monday Tour Mash is a recap of the weekend's top-5 golf stories, as well as a few others that didn't quite make the cut.  Holmes At...

Play the Ryder Cup In Texas! Jimmy Walker and Jordan Spieth love them some home cooking. Walker (11-under) birdied Nos. 16 and 17 late to...

Every repeats at Bay Hill Matt Every never blinked when Henrik Stenson took the lead late Sunday. He played a flawless, watery 18th at Bay Hill and...