Wednesday March 3, 2021 – Alright, we’re back like we never left. Actually, we did leave. In fact, it’s been 30-days since we last blogged. Not that we’ve been counting.
I had writer’s block. Give me a break.
…actually, that’s a lie. It was a combination of being lazy and working to bring you guys some kickass benefits over the next few weeks and months.
Anyway, a lot has transpired since we last posted. So, I figured what better way to get back on the blog grind than to recap what we’ve missed.
Here it goes…
The Top Storylines From the Past Month
1. Tiger was in an accident and it was not good. If you want to read up on the various injuries sustained, you can do so here. Just know that a return to competitive golf will be an uphill battle. But, if anyone can do it, it’s Big Cat. For the time being, we’re just glad he’s on the initial road to recovery.
2. Happy Gilmore celebrated its 25th Anniversary back in February. To commemorate such a milestone, we had Shooter make the Cut Draw family a little video. Let’s just say it was the best $ we’ve spent thus far.
3. After missing 3-consecutive cuts for the first time in his career and an obscene amount of talk about how he’ll never be the same, Brooks Koepka went on to win the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open. After the W, he went on to finish T2 at the WGC Workday Championship. You may not like it, but Brooks is back.
4. Rickie’s recent struggles on the course are well documented. While a few months back we shrugged it off, he could very well miss the 2021 Masters. To make matters worse, Nick Faldo decided to dunk on him yesterday. While witty, I’m not an advocate of kicking someone when they’re down.
5. Collin Morikawa is the real deal. Cue the “No shits”. But, let’s add some context to this. After his win last week at the WGC Workday Championship, he became the 2nd player in history to win a major championship and WGC event before the age of 25. The other guy? Don’t think too hard…
6. Johnny Football is making a run at the PGA Tour and I’m here for it. Say what you want, but he’s been through some shit the last few years. Yes, I’m aware most (if not all) was self-inflicted. But, to come out the other side and set your sights on something as ambitious as this is pretty cool. World class athletes do world class athlete things. So, I’m not sure I’d bet against him on this one…
7. Jordan Spieth is on his way back. And, it’s about damn time. It’s only March and he’s already notched two Top 10 finishes this year (1 shy of his 2020 total) at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Sure he hasn’t won yet, but if you’re truly that literal, you’re missing the point. The journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step.
That’s all I’ve got for ya. It is my (somewhat empty) promise to you that we will be posting on a more regular basis. Until next time, friends.