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The Perfect Ending – Byrd Aces For Vegas Win
By Scott MacLeod, via www.flagstick.com - In a three-man playoff that threatened to continue into another day, Jonathan Byrd brought it to an abrupt end with a tournament winning ace on the extra hole on Sunday. It’s...
- Posted 1272 days ago
There might be a lot to distract them off course this week but most of the players in Las Vegas for the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital For Children Open will be firmly focused on the opportunity at...
- Posted 1277 days ago
PGA Tour Playoff Time: The Barclays
For most golf fans the concept of “playoffs” in golf is still not a highly accepted one. The first incarnations of them haven’t exactly brought forth the drama you might find in the NFL, NHL, or MLB,...
- Posted 1333 days ago
Wyndham Championship – Playoff Prep
On the heels of “Glory’s Last Shot” comes that last gasp for many PGA Tour regulars as they try to resurrect their lagging golf season by at least squeaking their way into the FedEx Cup playoffs. I...
- Posted 1341 days ago
Old White Welcomes Back The Pros
An American Classic welcomes back the PGA Tour this week and plenty of the world’s best players are looking forward to competing on a storied venue. The Greenbrier Classic plays out on The Old Course at the...
- Posted 1361 days ago
The Mutt Gets It Done At St. George’s
-Pettersson Wins The RBC Canadian Open- Carl Pettersson himself said that until the closing back nine at the RBC Canadian Open today he was “nothing more than a sideshow.” Until then Hawaiian Dean Wilson had proved unrelenting in...
- Posted 1364 days ago
Taking On A Classic – The 2010 RBC Canadian Open
Nothing attracts a PGA Tour player to a tournament more than the venue itself. Resort golf courses like those played in events like the Bob Hope Classic simply make players yawn while courses like the venerable St....
- Posted 1369 days ago
Repeat, With Distinction
Prior to the start of this year’s John Deere Classic Steve Stricker made the obligatory visits to the media room to talk about defending the championship he won in 2009. As always, the Stricker was his humble self,...
- Posted 1377 days ago
Celebrating 40 Years – The John Deere Classic
Set on what used to be the home to Friendship Farms, where champion Arabian horses were bred and groomed to perfection, a different kind of thoroughbred will be on display this week at the TPC Deere Run....
- Posted 1383 days ago
Dialed In – PGA Tour Preps For AT&T at Aronimink
No matter if the world’s #1 played is not 100% on task as far his game is concerned, the mere presence of Tiger Woods changes the look and feel of any PGA Tour event. Of course, he is...
- Posted 1390 days ago
Rose Wilts – Bubba Prospers
With Justin Rose dominating The Travelers Championship in the early goings it looked like the 2010 edition of the event would be a runaway. In the end it turned out to be a more compelling story than anyone...
- Posted 1392 days ago
A Perfect Opportunity – The Travelers Championship
In the throes of a U.S. Open hangover the Travelers Championship sets out to make its mark this week on the PGA Tour schedule. A chartered 737 from California for the players has helped to enhance the...
- Posted 1397 days ago
Cherished Championship – The 110th U.S. Open
Nicklaus, Watson, Kite, Woods. The last four winners of United States Open Championships contested at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. It’s a prestigious list and one every player in the field wants to join at the 110th playing of...
- Posted 1404 days ago
Stumbling In Memphis – Westwood Survives
It wasn’t the prettiest finish but in the end Lee Westwood could care less as his preparation for the United States Open Championship looks to be on track with his win at the PGA Tour’s St. Jude...
- Posted 1406 days ago
Duel In Dublin
After a lengthy run through Texas the PGA Tour emerges in Ohio this week with a riveting field set to face off at The Memorial Tournament. Phil Mickelson made a great charge in the last few weeks,...
- Posted 1417 days ago
A Colonial Assault
One thing that Zach Johnson has proven is that he knows how to take apart a golf course. It was something Ben Hogan was great at as well so it seems appropriate that Johnson would use his talents...
- Posted 1418 days ago
It’s Still Colonial To Me
- The Crowne Plaza Invitational Is Upon Us - No disrespect to the tournament sponsor but rarely will the words – Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial roll off my lips. For myself and millions of others this...
- Posted 1424 days ago
The Day Finally Arrives
-Jason Day Wins The HP Byron Nelson Championship- Early success and high expectations can be a terrible recipe for a burgeoning golf career but things turned in the right direction on Sunday for Jason Day as he...
- Posted 1426 days ago
Defending A Real Honor – HP Byron Nelson Championship
When you make your return to defend any PGA Tour title it is special in some way. That is even more so when it is an event that honors the legacy of one of the game’s greatest...
- Posted 1432 days ago
A Texas Sized Return – Adam Scott wins in San Antonio
In a week on the PGA Tour when a slightly diminished quality of field was tipping it up at the Valero Texas Open it did not make a win by Adam Scott any less heroic. The Aussie used...
- Posted 1434 days ago
Time For Texas – The Valero Texas Open
After scintillating Sundays at Quail Hollow and Sawgrass it will be a tough go for the Valero Texas Open. The opening event of the Texas swing has big boots to fill if they want to keep the streak...
- Posted 1439 days ago
Bridesmaid No More – Tim Clark Wins THE PLAYERS
In 2009 Tim Clark pushed his streak of finishing 2nd at once on the PGA Tour to five frustrating years. The South African has finally put the brakes on that run, and with a win at the THE...
- Posted 1441 days ago
Showdown In Charlotte
Just how hard will it be for Tiger Woods to fight for a consolation prize? No disrespect to the Quail Hollow Championship but following the great build up to The Masters can there possibly be as much anticipation...
- Posted 1454 days ago
Bohn Temps – Wire To Wire Win In New Orleans
He has always been content just being able to play the game he loves for a living but a second PGA Tour victory can’t be anything but another great highlight to Jason Bohn’s career. Bohn celebrated his...
- Posted 1455 days ago
A Coat of a Different Color – Furyk Wins Verizon Heritage Classic
It may have come a week later than he hoped but Jim Furyk has secured his 15th win on the PGA Tour. He did so in a strange setting today that saw his fellow competitor, Brian Davis, call...
- Posted 1462 days ago
A Win To Be Cherished – A Third Masters For Mickelson
It was no ordinary Masters, then again, when is it ever? But the 2010 edition of the annual golf rite of spring had an extra spark this year. There was the Tiger return and drama to start the week...
- Posted 1468 days ago
A Little Extra Effort – Kims Wins In Houston
You could criticize Anthony Kim for several things at this year’s 2010 Shell Houston Open – for his inability to finish off the tournament in regulation time or for the fact that he hit his tee ball...
- Posted 1476 days ago
The Perfect Appetizer: Shell Houston Open
With public eyes trained steadily on Augusta National and next week’s Masters, the Shell Houston Open can often be overlooked. But if you join in on that stream of thought you might just be missing a lot, especially...
- Posted 1481 days ago
Ernie Rolling As He Preps For Augusta
"I'd like to put this in some dye–some green dye!” said Ernie Els to the crowd at Bay Hill today as he donned the blue blazer he earned by winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. He...
- Posted 1482 days ago
A New King Of The Hill?
One thing is for certain this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational – there will be no defending champion. In fact the absence of Tiger Woods is a gaping one at Orlando’s Bay Hill Club and Lodge –...
- Posted 1488 days ago