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Ronald Montesano

Ronald Montesano
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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.
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Two playoffs, a rainout, redemption and the inevitable: how to summarize the third week of May 2017 in professional golf. If you can't glean...

It was a light week in the world of professional golf. The LPGA, Web.com, Champions, Ladies European, and PGA Latinoamerica tours all took the...

John Daly returned in a champagne supernova (or shower), the LPGA Match Play and the European Tour Golf Sixes crowned their first champions, and...

A full week of professional golf saw an Indian champion return to the winner's circle, a marathon LPGA Tour playoff, and a first-time winner...

Five strong events highlighted the third week of April's professional slate. Playoffs were the standard in Europe, while a long-awaited, first-time champion was crowned...

The world's major golf tours returned to serious action after Masters week, reminding us how much wonderful talent exists and how much more is...

We've all had a refresher course on how The Masters doesn't truly begin until the back nine on Sunday. That doesn't mean that Saturday...

Funny how golf is. The world No. 1 withdraws from the 81st playing of the Masters with a freak injury, and the tournament shapes...

As Thursday woke, we knew that the Fates had conspired to eliminate the favorite from the field. Even though Dustin Johnson had yet to...

This was the week of "you can go home again" for two professionals golfers, but shamefully, not a third. Curious? Let's mash. LPGA Tour: ANA Inspiration...

No one knows exactly when the professional golf season begins to feel like, well, the professional golf season! This week was as good as...

Weird weather, crazy bounces, low rounds and dramatic duels came together during the third week of March across golf's professional tours. For a schizophrenic...

March is an odd month for both weather and professional golf. Some weeks are absolutely filled with a diverse offering of each, while others...

Many of the tours took a vacation during this World Golf Championships week, but the three tournaments that were played provided scintillating competition. Hole-outs galore...

It was a light week for professional golf around the world. Tours were in transition across the globe, leaving just three events up for...

Australia stole a fair amount of the professional-golf spotlight this week. Royal Adelaide hosted the ISPS Handa Australian Women's Open, while the men did...

One 72nd-hole eagle forced a playoff on the Web.com Tour. Another last-hole eagle notched a victory on the PGA Tour Champions. Oh, and a golden...

The week of the NFL's big game was an exciting one on three of the world's professional golf tours. The PGA Tour visited Scottsdale,...

Professional golf tours across the world have made their full return this week. As the major tours of the women and men return to competition,...

A full slate of tour events from the entire globe brought another 59, an ageless winner, a wind-shortened event and some of the best hair...

If there's only one ingredient, you can't list it as a Tour Mash on the menu. No disrespect to last week's SBS Tournament of...

We fibbed a bit last week. This was not our final 2016 installment of Tour Mash. Too much happened this week, so we came...

Tour Mash got out its broom after Thanksgiving and tidied up 2016 a bit. This is our final piece for the year, and believe...

It's hard to believe that a week of this much golfing importance took place in the middle of November. Playoff championships were decided on...

Golfers across the U.S. continue to play, deep into November. Across the world, from China to India, from Argentina to Mexico and the U.S....

The European and PGA Tour Champions completed their penultimate playoff events this week, while the Asian Swing on the LPGA Tour came to a...

A generation back, no one played important tournament golf this late in October. But thanks to wrap-around seasons and playoff chases, we have important...

It was a thin week on the world's tours, with just three contested events. That doesn't mean excitement was absent from professional golf. The...

No Tiger, no problem. The vulnerable one bailed on the Safeway Open at the 11th hour, declaring that parts of his game were simply...

As the golf world holds its breath and transitions from the passing of one great to the anticipated return to competition of another, there...

Ryder Cup 2016, as with all things done in the USA, was built up to be either a colossal success or a humiliating failure....

It's not the four-point lead from Friday morning, but Team USA has to feel good about its 9.5-6.5 lead over Team Europe heading into...

Revisionist historians may one day attempt to situate Chaska, Minnesota, in the canon of monumental U.S. battles. They won't succeed. Much like Pelayo's vision of the Virgin...

A tremendous end to the FedEx Cup race, a starburst in the penultimate Web.com Tour Finals and a comeback playoff win on the European...

The PGA Tour took a break from its FedEx Cup Playoff run ahead of this week's concluding Tour Championship in Atlanta. The world's other...