Hello, pals, and welcome to today’s version of theRogers Report
I create to you really feeling … simply all right. One favorable: I struck golf rounds for the very first time in 6 months (!) over the weekend break at Five Iron Golf’s brand-new Boston area. My relatives Chris, Dave and I teed it up at Pebble Beach (still waiting on a welcome to today’s PGA Tour quit) on the simulator and my swing de-rusted faster than I anticipated. One unfavorable: I really feel for my fellow 20-something-year-old girls that are bummed to see Joe Burrow’s period come to an end.
On to the (expert) golf information.
Major weeks apart, this might have been one of the most remarkable week in golf information … ever before. I’m not typically a follower ofJanuary The month drags out method as well lengthy and spring appears years away, yet this previous week in golf greater than offseted what has actually been a boring couple of weeks. And for that, I would certainly such as to directly give thanks to Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed and Larry Klayman.
Pros react to subpoenas and Teegate
I’m rather specific that everybody analysis this knows with Patrick Reed’s $750 million claims and Teegate now, yet simply in instance you have actually in some way stayed clear of all golf information for the recently approximately, enable me to quickly capture you up.
Let’s take it from the top. Reed’s attorney, Larry Klayman, summoned McIlroy on Christmas Eve (out part of Reed, nonetheless– this was a various suit). When Reed came close to McIlroy at the Hero Dubai Desert Classic recently, McIlroy disregarded him and Reed threw a tee in his instructions while leaving.
Here’s what both had to claim regarding the communication.
McIlroy and Reed weren’t the only golf enthusiasts to speak up regarding TeeGate, nonetheless. A handful of pros had some enjoyable with it onTwitter Let’s begin with Ben An, that isn’t fairly as preferred as Max Homa on the system yet most definitely has the resolution and wit to arrive eventually.
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