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Season Progress

As I have a tendency to do every year, I’ve forgotten to post on the progress of the season.  Let’s do a little cliff notes version…. Let’s start with the totals.  We’ve played only 15 events for the 18-19 season and have played well enough to be 23rd in the Fed-Ex Cup Race.  We’ve had […]

Welcoming a New Year and New Friends!

Happy New Year from the Tesori Family Foundation! We’ve been really busy the past few months and apologize for not posting sooner! Webb and Paul kicked off the 2017 portion of the wraparound season this past week in Honolulu with a great showing and ultimately a a T-13 finish! Paul racked up a bunch of […]

All-Stars shine in Greensboro

August is coming to a close and what a busy month it was. It’s amazing how fast time goes by when you have golf tournaments and events. It’s an especially busy time of year for Team Simpson, and with the addition of the Olympics and the adjustments to the schedule, it was even busier this […]

Royal Troon

Royal Troon was a great host for the British Open this year.  It was already one of my favorite courses in the Open rotation and it lived up to its reputation.  The fact that I got to play 9 holes at Troon 30 minutes after the trophy ceremony didn’t hurt either.  Webb & I barely […]

Putting Prowess…

Well, yet again it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything.  I’m about to head out to try and help Webber win the Quicken Loans tournament at Congressional.  We are 5 shots back and need a low one but it’s very possible.  Thanks to my big sis, we’ve named the new putter Aimee.  She got […]

At The Masters with Paul & Michelle Tesori

For golf fans around the world, the first full week in April is known as Masters week. And this week on The Pine, we go on location to Augusta to spend time with PGA Tour Caddie Paul Tesori and his wife, Michelle. Paul and Michelle discuss their work off the course with the Tesori Family […]

MADE THE CUT! And a little skipping…

Here we are Friday evening at The Masters. We had a rough day yesterday with a 5 over par 77. This game can be extremely frustrating at times. Today, however, was a comeback that could kick-start the remainder of the year. We birdied the last two holes at Augusta National to make the cut and […]