Swing And A Miss

The Florida Swing is over and in terms of fan appeal it was a whiff. Adam Scott’s Bay Hill meltdown was the fitting finale of four weeks where Rory folded at the Honda, Tiger came up lame at Doral, and the big story at Innisbrook was the slow play of Kevin Na. The four Florida champions—with an average rank of 92nd in the world at the time of their victories—were Russell Henley, Patrick Reed, John Senden, and Matt Every (above)—a veritable Who’s He. Meanwhile, the top six players in the world—Woods, Scott, Henrik Stenson, Phil Mickelson, Jason Day, and Justin Rose—combined for just six top-10 finishes. If you’re Tim Finchem, you’re glad to be leaving the Sunshine state behind, and a bit apprehensive of what might happen when everyone returns for The Players.



  1. Couldn’t disagree more. Loved the Florida swing this year. Close finishes, young guys and vets trying to keep their nerves in check down the stretch, even some tough weather conditions.

    It was actually worth tuning I on Sunday afternoons
    Loved it!

    — Michael · Tuesday March 25, 2014 ·


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