The Thunderbirds – hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open – announced 2021 Tournament Chairman Scott Jenkins was elected Big Chief of The Thunderbirds for the 2021-22 fiscal year. As Big Chief, Jenkins will serve as President of both the organization and Thunderbirds Charities, the charitable arm of The Thunderbirds that provides enormous financial aid to hundreds of Arizona charities and non-profit organizations every year.
Throughout his PGA TOUR career, Phil Mickelson has produced some hilarious one-liners in response to questions from the media during press conferences. Check out some of his best responses and biggest laughs from his audience.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – Lexi Thompson will make her 53rd start in a major championship when she tees it up at Atlanta Athletic Club on Thursday. The 26-year-old has been competing in majors for more than half her life, but she’s arguably suffered more heartbreak than joy as her lone victory came seven years ago at the ANA Inspiration.
Thompson will make her first major start since suffering a disappointing loss in the U.S. Women’s Open at The Olympic Club, where she relinquished a five-stroke lead to finish one shot outside a playoff, won by Yuka Saso. Thompson finished third.
Thompson arrived with a renewed, optimistic outlook that week, which helped her fight back tears as she muddled through post-round interviews. And that mental approach will be tested again this week as she competes at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
CROMWELL, Conn. – Were you to combine them, the developments in Dustin Johnson’s world the last few days would seemingly ignite a need for reaction.
But then you’d be reminded to consider the subject we’re talking about. Johnson appears incapable of angst or anxiety, the consummate picture of cool and collected.
So big deal that the reigning FedExCup champion turned 37 on Tuesday or fell from No. 1 in the world on Sunday. Even this business transaction, becoming part-owner of a National Lacrosse League expansion franchise, was met with a casual shrug.
“I don’t know a whole lot about (the game),” he said.
In this video, the Golf Monthly team test out the best golf balls you can buy for under $35 a dozen out on the golf course and report back on the pros and cons. We hope this test should help steer you in the best ball for your game and your budget because all the balls have subtle differences that might suit different types of player. So sit back, relax, and watch our rundown of the best value golf balls on the market in 2021.