Authors Posts by Ronald Montesano

Ronald Montesano

Ronald Montesano
266 STORIES 3,354,147 VIEWS
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.
Recent Posts

The 2016-17 PGA Tour season came to an exciting end this weekend in Atlanta. The Tour Championship turned into a battle between Xander Schauffele...

Week three of the PGA Tour playoffs came to a close, setting the stage for a stirring FedEx Cup finale in Atlanta. The LPGA...

Although the two playoff tours (PGA and Web.com) took the week off, golf was never more exciting than the second weekend of September. The...

Over this extended, Labor Day weekend, the heart of golf illuminated the LPGA Tour, the second FedEx Cup Playoff event revealed no more Doubting Thomas,...

Imagine that you have the means to live in a community filled with golf, low-country charm, exquisite dining, and proximity to a bushel of outdoor...

The PGA Tour began its playoff season on Long Island, while the Web.com Tour concluded its regular season in Washington state. The LPGA Tour...

Match play or medal play, the choice was yours this week across the globe. The Solheim Cup, the U.S. Amateur, and the Paul Lawrie...

It's fair to say that the head professional at Harmony Landing, outside Louisville, is smiling from ear to ear today. Mike Thomas had a...

Thanks to a wayward approach from Kevin Kisner on hole No. 16 in the third round, we have much more of a tournament at...

Day two brought us a rain delay, a pending Saturday-morning finish, a probable 5-over cut line, a Hideki Matsuyama rampage, and more Kevin Kisner....

In the run-up to Thursday's opening round, the new holes at Quail Hollow, followed by the tournament's move to May in 2019, held our...

What a week in professional golf! The Solheim Cup teams for Europe and the U.S. were solidified, a British Open champion and a WGC...

We've waited for the proper test of brains and brawn all season long, and finally, Quail Hollow has arrived. What used to be a...

Weather and enviable golf were the headliners this week on the major tours. Three events took place in Europe, with another in Canada and...

Royal Birkdale has been kind to golfers from the USA over the years, with 5-of-9 Open Championships going to American golfers over the years....

You'll no doubt hear anyone within earshot of an interview this week describe Royal Birkdale as a fair test of golf, perhaps the fairest...

If April is the cruelest month (and not just for golf), then July is the kindest. Major championships on multiple major tours culminating the...

Although not exactly a light week on the tours, the major-championship Spotlight switched off for a few days. Great golf was played from Ireland...

It was a week with two major titles on the line, along with an opportunity for redemption for golfers in dire need of a...

Any concerns that a post-major week might offer a letdown are gone. We had a 61, a walk-off-wedge-slam birdie, a mighty closing run and...

The symbiotic, bag-cart relationship of the Sun Mountain Sync and the Speed Cart GT push cart should be helpful to golfers, if they think...

Brooks Koepka was always in the conversation during his college and amateur days. He was tall, strong and long. He won his share of...

History was made on Day 3 at the 2017 U.S. Open. https://twitter.com/usopengolf/status/876216600038227969 Golfers made birdies by the bushel, and with nary a major champion within seven...

We're halfway home at the 117th U.S. Open, the first of its kind in the American midwest, and all that we know is what...

America's heartland debuted its first U.S. Open course today in Wisconsin. Erin Hills, the course that was built for this moment, was a gracious...

The second weekend in June was one for comebacks on the world's professional golf tours. Three events saw unanticipated collapses by third-round leaders. With...

We can all taste summer in the Northern Hemisphere, but spring weather continues to hold on with rain and cool temps around the globe....

Old Faithful erupted again on the Champions Tour, while a few fresh faces appeared on the podium at the LPGA, PGA and European Tour stops...

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...

19th Hole

We’ve seen plenty of Rules of Golf-related heartbreak in recent years. But what befell Matthew Southgate at the DAP Championship trumped the misfortunes of...