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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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PGA Tour: Naval Academy grad Billy Hurley III grabs improbable victory at Quicken Loans National In a week that saw the cancellation of an imminent PGA...

Believe it or don't, the golf world was not focused solely on two sides of the Pennsylvania Turnpike this week. Professional golf was played...

It was an odd week at the U.S. Open. The weather didn't cooperate, and play was nearly pushed to Monday. The USGA caretakers of the...

Play was shut down for Saturday just shy of nine o'clock, with the last threesome five holes from completion of Round 3. After the...

Those two (rain) barrels from Mother Nature's Thursday blunderbuss continued to impact the 2016 U.S. Open on Friday. Half of the field won't tee...

Another Northeastern U.S. Open in June, another rain delay. Whether it's Bethpage or Oakmont, the USGA can't catch a break on events played in...

Berger gets 1st Tour win at FedEx St. Jude You know it's true; there's an uncanny facial resemblance between Sergio Garcia and Daniel Berger. On Sunday, Berger...

McGirt breaks through at The Memorial There's a great golf course in Lumberton, North Carolina, off I-95 that carries snow birds south during the summer and...

In this week's Tour Mash, we'll peek at a rebirth, a dominant month, and a second chance. A week ago, I wrote in this...

Around the tours in six countries for us this week. We had winners from Spain, Ireland, Thailand, Germany, Mexico and the U.S. Two golfers...

The third weekend of May saw a bit of everything: domination, soul-crushing collapses, playoffs and memorable highs and lows. How did Jason Day, Shanshan...

Something about Quail Hollow and playoffs; they're almost a guarantee at the PGA Tour's Wells Fargo Championship. Hint: it didn't disappoint. Some of the other...

Pros: RifleScope alignment system ensures that the putter is aimed at the target. The Giant M1T is larger than most SeeMore putters to improve forgiveness, as...

PGA Tour: Stuard guts out hist 1st win in New Orleans Brian Stuard led the Zurich Classic for most of the event, which was shortened...

PGA Tour: Hoffman edges Reed at the Valero Texas Open Samson (aka Charley Hoffman) has decided to grow his hair out again. Given his work at...

Did Brandon Grace or Bryson DeChambeau have the better week on the shores of the Calibogue Sound? That question and others are answered in our...

If we learned anything about Augusta National on Saturday, that knowledge falls under the heading of Whoda Thunk It. Reliable golfers made unreliable swings and received...

If you've forgotten this one mantra, copy/paste it and tape it to your bathroom mirror: The golf course is always the story. The golfers,...

Jordan Spieth might be forgiven for making people think they had called up the 2015 Masters on their DVR. The defending champion posted three...

Jim Herman stared down some pretty strong competition on his way to PGA Tour victory No. 1 in the 2016 Shell Houston Open. You can...

Day finds a way to win at Bay Hill It's a very good thing that Jason Day made 23 birdies and 1 eagle over his...

Schwartzel Outduels Haas In Playoff For Valspar Championship The 6th playoff of the 2015-16 PGA Tour season came down to a battle of will between Bill...

Scott overcomes two double bogeys to win at Doral Last week's trivia question revolved around the last golfer to win a PGA Tour event despite making...

Over the last 15 years, golf fans and the media have waited for Adam Scott and Sergio Garcia to establish themselves as great ones. Scott...

Bubba Watson has his favorite layouts; there's no way to deny it. The question now is, what do Riviera Country Club and Augusta National...