Bubba Watson Wins the Masters Again

Yesterday, PGA Tour pro golfer Bubba Watson won the Masters again. It was his second Masters victory in the past three years. He is 33 years old, handsome with brown hair, stands six feet, three inches tall, and weighs 180 pounds. So, he is tall and slender for golf. And he seems to have long arms, which gives him a wide arc for hitting long. And, like Phil Mickelson, Bubba plays golf left-handed. Bubba Watson has now won seven tournaments on the PGA Tour in eight years of competition … [Read more...]

Major Pro Golf Championship Winners Who Attended the PGA Tour Bible Study and/or Champions Tour Chapel

The four major championships in professional golf throughout the world are The Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA. The following professional golfers who won one or more of these championships attended the PGA Tour Bible Study or the Champions Tour Chapel or both. Some attended regularly, and a few were leaders. * means he won that tournament before he began attending the Study or Chapel.Archer, George (*1969 Masters; d. 2005)Azinger, Paul (1993 PGA)Brewer, Gay … [Read more...]

The Purpose of Most of these Golf Posts on Mondays through at least 2013

Posts about professional golf are made on this blog on Mondays. Throughout 2013 and perhaps into 2014, these posts will represent brief chapters of a book I'm writing entitled Christ on the PGA TOUR. It will be about the influence Christianity has had especially on the regular PGA TOUR and its Champions Tour (formerly Senior Tour), but perhaps other pro golf tours as well. Most of these posts will be stories about (1) Touring pros who believe in Jesus Christ and (2) incidents that happened to … [Read more...]

The Masters, April 13, 2013

The Masters is again providing excitement. After three rounds, several outstanding players have a reasonable chance to win it tomorrow. Angel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker are leading at 7 under par. Adam Scott is one back. I think all three of those guys have terrific golf swings. Cabrera has sure proved it, with two majors to his credit. Jason Day was leading in the back nine and fell behind two shots. That's two Aussies among the top five leaders. No Australian has ever won the Masters, yet … [Read more...]


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