The PGA Tour sets the stage for one of their premiere events on the schedule, with the 2012 Memorial Tournament hosted by Jack Nicklaus from Muirfield Village Golf Club.
All of the big guns will be in the field, including Luke Donald. Donald just grabbed the No.1 ranking in the world back from Rory McIlroy after the win at the BMW Championship on the European Tour last week. Continue reading →
The Crowne Plaza Invitational this week on the PGA Tour might not be the most popular event of the season, but here are plenty of top notch players in the field.
That includes each of the last three winners of the last three events this year.
Rickie Fowler won his first PGA Tour event at Quail Hollow at the Wells Fargo Championship. Then the week following, Matt Kuchar broke through with the biggest win in his career by claiming the Players Championship. And finally last week Jason Dufner claimed his second PGA tour title of the year with a birdie on the final hole at the Byron Nelson Championship. Continue reading →
We are less than a month away from the second Major Championship of the season, and with each progressing tournament, the odds are becoming more and more clear as to who are the favorites to win the 2012 U.S. Open.
And with his win on Sunday at the Byron Nelson Classic, we should all be taking a hard look at Jason Dufner, who is having arguably the best year of any player on the PGA Tour. Continue reading →
Matt Kuchar picked up where he left off after a win at the Players Championship a week ago. Kuchar fired a 4-under par round of 66.
And while he doesn’t hold the first round lead, it does go to show how well he is playing at this point in the season. Continue reading →
The Byron Nelson Classic is underway in their opening round from TPC Four Seasons in Irving, Texas.
In the field this week are a number of notable players to pay attention to that have been set as the favorites by oddsmakers. Continue reading →
Tiger Woods did what he needed to do on Friday at the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass, carding a 4-under par round of 68 to make the cut.
And in fact, he had gone from trying to make the cut, to now putting himself in position just six shots behind the lead going into the weekend. Continue reading →
It might not technically be a Major Championship, but the Players Championship is one of the biggest events in the world.
And it starts tomorrow.
And whether you are an avid golfer, a weekender, or a casual fan, or you look forward to this tournament and the course that it is played on in Ponte Vedra, Florida. Continue reading →
Tiger Woods and the rest of us had something in common on Saturday afternoon when it comes to the Wells Fargo Championship.
We were watching it from the couch.
After just his eighth ever missed cut on the PGA Tour, the Wells Fargo moved to the weekend on Saturday without Woods. But there was still plenty of notable names in the field still competing for the title this week. Continue reading →
Tiger and Rory are back at it on the PGA Tour today for the first time since the Masters. In fact, several notable players are making their return to the Tour since the season’s first Major Championship.
The opening round is underway from the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Golf Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. Continue reading →