In giving golf fans a live event to watch on Sunday, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff also provided a preview of how things might look when tournaments resume.
It’s a welcome return and a golden opportunity for the game, Ron Green Jr. writes, because while other sports try to figure out how and when and if they can get back to their games this year, golf is already there.
In the ongoing pursuit of equality in the game, Lewine Mair suggests that an apology from men would be a positive step.
After surgeries to remove a brain tumor, resilient high school senior Jack Traxler turned to golf as his athletic outlet. Sean Fairholm reports how the game is helping him as he heads to college.
As Titleist's Jim Ahern retires from the position in the game he essentially invented – that of director of player development – Jim Nugent finds that high regard for him around the amateur game is universal.
And in this week's installment of The Divot, John Hopkins considers the unique circumstances in the United Kingdom surrounding the return of recreational golf.