The 2012 Ryder Cup tees off this Friday from Medinah Country Club in Illinois. Team Europe comes in as the defending champions, while the United States will be looking to reclaim the Cup on American soil.
Oddsmakers have already established the United States as -140 favorites on the moneyline, while Europe has been set at +120 in the underdog role. Continue reading →
It was quite a memorable Ryder Cup back in 2010 at Celtic Manor Resort, Wales. Team Europe captured a tightly contested event 14.5 points to 13.5 points over The United States. It’s hard to think that two years has already passed.
But the 2012 Ryder Cup comes back to take place in the United States, at Medinah Country Club in Illinois to be exact. Continue reading →
Rory McIlroy sits atop the FedEx Cup point standings going into the final event of the playoffs, the Tour Championship at East Lake Country Club in Atlanta. But the one disadvantage that McIlroy has against his closest competition, is that this will be his first trip to East Lake for the event.
Still, it’s hard to argue against McIlroy after he has played so well in the month of September, which included back-to-back wins in the playoffs. And after a week off, the top-30 in the FedEx Cup standings will tee it up at East Lake beginning on Thursday. Continue reading →
With his second win in four weeks, Rory McIlroy moved all the way up to No.1 in the latest edition of the FedEx Cup playoffs. But he and the rest of the top-70 in the standings do not get a break this week, going to Carmel, Indiana for the playing of the 2012 BMW Championship.
It’s the final stop in the playoffs before the field gets cut down to the top-30 for the Tour Championship in Atlanta. Continue reading →
The 2012 FedEx Cup Playoffs got underway last week with The Barclays from Bethpage Black. It was Nick Watney who captured his first victory on the Tour this season, and shot up atop the latest rankings.
But the playoffs continue this week with the Deutsche Bank Championship from TPC Boston. Continue reading →
It’s the first week of the 2012 FedEx Cup playoffs, as The Barclay’s moves to one of the most popular venues in the United States. That would be up in Farmingdale, NY at Bethpage Black, site of the 2002 and 2009 U.S Open.
Tiger Woods comes into the playoffs in the No.1 spot. Woods has won three times in 2012, but failed to win a Major despite contending in the last three. In a twist from the past, it was the performances on the weekend that prevented the 14-time Major winner from winning No.15. Continue reading →
Well, the 2012 Major championship slate came to an end on Sunday, and what a performance it was by Rory McIlroy at Kiawah Island. Two Major championship victories by a combined 16 shots is definitely impressive. Now, the PGA Tour gets set to shift to their playoff series. But before that, we have one more week.
This week the 2012 Wyndham Championship will be played from Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina. Continue reading →
We have reached the final Major of the 2012 PGA Tour season, with players descending on Kiawah Island, the Ocean Course, in South Carolina for the playing of the 2012 PGA Championship. Deemed ‘Glory’s last shot’, it is the final chance for a player to cement their place in history with a victory.
But if you’re Tiger Woods, it’s a final chance to prove to the world that you are back. Or else you will have to wait until next April. Right or wrong, that’s simply the way it is. Woods comes into this week as the betting favorite on 2012 PGA Championship Betting Odds available at Bovada Sportsbook. Continue reading →
Tiger Woods returns to the course this week, to a tournament that he has historically dominated. But Woods is coming off of yet another disappointing weekend at a Major championship. It certainly wasn’t as disappointing for him as it was for Adam Scott, who also returns to the golf course this week after last blowing a four-shot lead over the final four holes at the British Open.
Scott’s mental state will definitely be revealed this week at the World Golf Championships Bridgestone Invitational. It was hard to watch Scott wilt over the final four holes on Sunday a couple of weeks ago, as he was trying to win his first Major Championship. Continue reading →
We are three quarters of the way through the 2012 Major Championships, with the British OPen concluding this past Sunday. It was Ernie Els who bested the field, though at the expense of Adam Scott, who blew a four-shot lead with four holes to play.
Now, the chapter shifters from England, back across the Atlantic to Canada, for the playing of the 2012 RBC Canadian Open. Continue reading →