Hello, friends and degenerates! It’s time for round two of the 2017-’18 PGA Tour season — and time to win some big money. Last week, we came close — closer than we have in a while when Tony Finau finished second at the Safeway Open. Now it’s time to capitalize. 

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Believe it or not, the 2017-18 PGA Tour season is already upon us — which means we’ve all got a clean slate. Whether you’re a PGA Tour rookie, a journeyman pro or a degenerate wagerer like myself, it’s time to begin anew. Last year means nothing. Tomorrow is here and it’s time to make hay while the sun shines!

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Welcome back, friends and degenerates! It’s time to strap in and throw down for the last ro-day-o of the 2017 PGA Tour season. The TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola is here — and so is our last chance at making some money for nothing (though, most of us will still pay for our chicks, be it via some agreed upon currency exchange or marriage or something … but I digress). 

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As you know, it’s PGA Championship week — the penultimate time the event will be the final major of the season — and the last chance to make some major money betting on golf. Below I’ve taken precious time out of my whirlwind schedule to give you my can’t-miss, sure-fire, mortal locks for the PGA Championship. So — get your pencil’s ready, kiddos — I’m only going to say this once:

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I’ve got to be honest — looking at the field for this week’s Greenbrier Classic is kind of disappointing. There are less “stars” in this week’s event than newest season of “Dancing with the Stars.” I wouldn’t say I had a “Major League” moment (“Rickie Vaughn? Willy Hayes? I never heard of most of ’em. Mitchell Freedmen? Who are these _____ guys?”) but, yeah, it wasn’t good. 

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Good day, friends and degenerates! It’s time, once more, for your chance at (almost) free money! The PGA Tour rolls into (kind of) our Nation’s Capital for the Quicken Loans National. While the Big Cat won’t be in town, there are plenty of PGA Tour big dawgs ready to take down the title and add valuable FedExCup points…

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