JANUARY 15: Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland plays his second shot into the 18th green during the final round of the BMW South African Open Championship at Glendower Golf Club on January 15, 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Are you a PGA Tour golfer on the disabled list? Then President Donald Trump is interested in playing golf with you on the weekends in Florida.
Golf.com’s Michael Bamberger sat down with Montgomerie to discuss all of that in a recently-published interview, and it didn’t disappoint. Aside from a very questionable claim from Monty that he wouldn’t trade his career with Tiger Woods’… “I never won a major. Tiger won 14. But would I trade my career for Tiger’s? No. I started out this game a pretty good golfer and finished in the Hall of Fame. I feel I have overachieved. So how could I say I wish it were better? People will say, `Well, he didn’t win a major.’ And, yes, I would have liked to shut them up by winning one. But that’s my only regret, really. Great that I have won senior majors, which has quieted the odd person. …he shared an interesting
Some days you just have it. Sunday was one of those days for Phil Mickelson at the Genesis Open. Left began Sunday with a simple 71 at Riviera Country Club, but had way more in store for the fans in southern California. The short game magician