A couple of days ago when Jason Dufner held the 36-hole lead at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, I basically said that Dufner has made a habit of playing well on Thursday and Friday and then fading into the weekend.
The evidence was there to support my theory.
I also said that for all of you bettors looking to place wagers on the PGA tour weekend action to steer clear of Dufner. Continue reading
Jason Dufner has been a name that has been at or near the top of many leaderboards during the 2012 PGA Tour Season, and that is exactly where he finds himself at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans after two rounds.
Of course, it’s been consistent play on the weekend that has derailed Dufner from going on to win. That includes a 36-hole lead at the 2012 Masters earlier this month, as he was not able to go on to play a major factor on Sunday. Continue reading
It has been a wild month for Bubba Watson.
Just a week after adopting a baby boy, he goes to Augusta and wins the Masters for his first-career Major Championship.
And after taking a couple of weeks off he almost wasn’t going to come play the Zurich Classic of New Orleans this week, but felt a responsibility to the event as the defending champion. One of his four PGA Tour victories came at this very sight last year. Continue reading
With just one tournament to go before the Masters next week, the PGA Tour shifts to Texas for the Shell Houston Open.
And it’s a pretty deep field this week too, as players have decided to play the week before a Major as a final tune-up heading into Augusta. Continue reading
It was a highly anticipated day on the PGA Tour this week for the opening round of the 2012 Cadillac Championship, where all of the top-5 ranked players in the world would tee it up.
And at the end of Day 1, it’s Adam Scott and Jason Dufner who are atop the leaderboard, after firing a 6-under par rounds of 66.
Scott ripped through the windy conditions at TPC Blue Monster on Thursday, makign it look easy on a golf course that was playing quite difficult. Continue reading
Tiger Woods bounced back with a 68 today at the Honda classic, after shooting a 1-over par round of 71 to open yesterday.
And the funny thing is, he said he it the ball the worst he has in months.
But the putting was better.
Woods has 10 less putts on Friday than he did on Thursday, but the score was just three shots better. So obviously, it’s easy to tell that he did not hit the ball better today. Continue reading
Sitting here watching the Honda Classic, and it’s the same story, different week for Tiger Woods.
He continues to be just a little off.
Those putts that he used to make aren’t falling. Those spectacular saving shots he used to execute with routine easy he isn’t making. And those hard shots he made look easy? Well, they are looking rather challenging. Continue reading