For 2023, Here Are 23 Storylines to Watch

For 2023, Here Are 23 Storylines to Watch

What’s the forecast for the coming year in golf?

Meteorologically speaking, that question will be top of mind for the PGA Championship in May at way-up-north Oak Hill in Rochester, New York. It will also come up at The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in July – when Tiger Woods won The Open there in 2006, it was amidst such a fierce heatwave the browned-out course was literally turning to dust.

As for the other kind of forecast, we have a lot of questions.

From Steven Alker to Will Zalatoris, here are 23 storylines for ‘23.

1. Which is more likely for Rory: defend the FedExCup or complete the career Grand Slam?
It’s tempting to say McIlroy is going to win the Masters to complete the career Slam, but even after his final-round 64 and runner-up finish last April, which reignited his season, it’s more likely that he’ll win an unprecedented fourth FedExCup. He loves East Lake, where he overcame a six-shot Starting Strokes deficit last season, and excellence is far more likely to be rewarded over the long haul than in any given week, especially one as hard to predict as Masters week.

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