Time for the PGA Tour to set the tone for one of its own.
Time for the PGA Tour to help in a big way and we’re not talking about some measly $250,000 donation as in the crumb of bread it threw to the Houston hurricane victims.
No, it’s time for the PGA Tour to take a leadership role in Napa, home to its first event of the 2017-2018 season, the only big-time sporting event in that fire-damaged neck of the woods.
It was just hours after Brendan Steele won the Safeway for the second straight year that the Silverado Resort was evacuated, wildfires raging out of control.
Thousands have lost their homes and more than 44,000 acres have been burnt to the ground.
The PGA Tour makes the claim that it has raised hundreds of millions for charity, well, now is the time to step up and help the Napa region.
Fire is a horrible thing.
Hurricanes blow through, bring wind and water. Fire is a different animal. It is totally unforgiving, often takes the lives of those brave men and women who fight these wildfires.
Yes, time for the tour to pony up in more ways than lip service.
Time to get all its sponsors on board and come up with some serious dollars to help those who need it.
It’s the right thing to do.