Marc Leishman values certain aspects over money says, Denis McDade
Denis McDade has not been ruffled after his player received a $10 million Championship bonus as he feels that both will be happier if Marc could topple the World Champion and reach the zenith. McDade is one of the at ease characters known to possess outstanding tactical acumen. Denis has been grooming Marc for 15 years, and the pair are known to be in good terms with Marc showering gratitude when asked about his mentor.
Marc has risen through the ranks quickly and currently stands at 4th position in the FedEx standings with Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, and Dustin Johnson ahead of him. The brawny Australian has been in sensational form but looks extremely focused on reaching the summit of the rankings one day. Showering praise over Marc stating that he would any day take the chance of beating the best rather than playing for money. He might stick his hand out, but the driving force behind it will always be his dedication towards the game.
All eyes set on Portugal for Tour Championship
With the action moving to Portugal, the Golf World is thrilled with the way the matches and the tournament will span out. Vilamoura Resort might see a high scoring competition with Sullivan, Pieters, and Levy getting in the groove.
Sullivan and Levy have had generous outings in recent times, and the significance of tee might deteriorate. Much will depend on the greens and scramble with the field aiding to excellent putting abilities.
Fall and San Diego make a fine love story
Golfing in San Diego during the falls is one of the most exciting prospects for any golfer. Even for the amateurs wanting to try their luck, San Diego is one of the finest places to hone their skills. During the fall, the usual crowd seems to thin down, and the course is kept in lauding condition. The ryegrass accounts for wet courses, although keeping it moist and free from roughness. The weather remains to be the imperative part as it remains sunny all day without the irritating humidity and occasional cloudiness with a calm breeze blowing day in day out is a humdinger.
Tiger Woods Foundation currently running out of sponsors
PGA Tour has severed their ties with Congressional Country Club upon contract expiration citing the foundation lacks any title sponsor. CCC has been trying to lock down a deal with Quicken Loans, and it might be materialised within six weeks stated by Rick Singer, CEO of CCC.
CCC has not been a popular foundation, but Woods’ brand value had kept it going off the radar. Woods has not issued any statements on the matter yet.