The Links: Would 1994 Tiger Woods be longer than Bubba Watson?
Also, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Roger Federer (of course) and the best New Yorker golf stories.
Welcome back to The Links for our last edition of the week. We have a Miguel Angel Jimenez/Roger Federer list that you're going to enjoy.
The R&A will disclose how its vote on women looks in September. I would say that means it's definitely going to pass. (Bloomberg)
Fewer Americans are playing golf. Why? Because golf, quite frankly, eats up a lot of time, and green fees are expensive. Those are hours and money that many American families no longer have for leisure. (Kansas City Star)
Luke Kerr-Dineen rolls through the best New Yorker golf stories unlocked this week. (Golf Digest)
Miguel Angel Jimenez and Roger Federer make the list of best pony-tailed sportsmen because it's July. (Guardian)
Johnny Miller thinks Tiger Woods would be 30 yards longer than Bubba is if this was still 1994. (Devil Ball Golf)
Jack Nicklaus: "When I was 25, I probably played golf courses a little bit more with power than I did with finesse." (Irish Golf Desk)
She is probably most-accomplished teenage golfer of all time
Just a couple of legends out for a quick nine over the weekend
It seems like Tiger Woods is much closer to retiring than a lot of people might think
Chappell held off Brooks Koepka, Kevin Tway and Tony Finau in San Antonio on Sunday
You might be seeing less of everybody's favorite Englishman in the near future
The new Masters champ took a tour of the soccer world in his new threads