fashion

Tyrrell Hatton’s “controversial” fashion statement, Bryson DeChambeau’s subtle dagger to a shorter pro, and a PGA Tour Tinder love story | This is the Loop

Welcome to another edition of The Grind where we promise not to hop on a golf board, lip-sync Fleetwood Mac, and sip on cranberry juice. That last part is actually the thing that upsets me most. Cranberry juice? Straight up? You people have problems. Now, Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry. That’s my jam. And, to be fair, as tired as this viral game of copycat got, Harry Higgs pulled it off pretty darn well:

OK, enough. We will never speak of this again. Let’s talk about something else. Anything else. Please.

Martin Laird: Comeback SZN continued on the PGA Tour with Laird becoming the latest to end a long drought. The Scot won for the first time in seven years at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and for the first time as a sponsor’s exemption. And we’re guessing for the first time thanks to holing a buried bunker shot for an

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wedding

Tour pro has to delay start of wedding week when he nearly wins tournament | Golf World

Nothing ever goes entirely as scheduled the week of your wedding. But for Kevin Dougherty, set to tie the knot this coming Saturday in California, things got off to a (happily) unexpected start.

The 29-year-old Korn Ferry Tour pro, who hadn’t seen his fiancé in two months while competing on tour, was supposed to be on a 5:30 p.m. flight from Georgia back home on Sunday after wrapping up play at the Savannah Championship. Except that he had to delay his plans when he found himself leading the tournament late into Sunday.

Dougherty started the final round one stroke back of 54-hole leader Evan Harmeling, but was five under through the first 15 holes at The Landings Club’s Deer Creek Course to jump to the top of the leader board. Dougherty, ranked 134th on the KFT points standings coming into the event, had a two-stroke lead with three holes left

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