As the leaves begin turning, the PGA Tour leaves Chicago and heads to Atlanta for the culmination of the FedExCup Playoffs. While all eyes are already on those 30 players making preparations for the Tour Championship, it’s important to reflect on how we’ve gotten here.Please, blog, may I have some more?
After a week off from competition, the final 70 remaining players in FedExCup points head to Chicago and Conway Farms for the BMW Championship — the penultimate round of the FedExCup Playoffs and the final chance to qualify for the Tour Championship in AtlantPlease, blog, may I have some more?
On a Sunday when the hodge-podge of b-list Tour Stars struggled during their first taste of major contention, Justin Thomas kept his cool and claimed his first major title.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Already the greatest Japanese-born player in PGA Tour history at the age of 25, Matsuyama added to his prolific resume with a course-record tying 61 on Sunday to snatch the win away from a field of the world’s best.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Entering Sunday’s play at the 117th U.S. Open at Erin Hills, eight players with no major championship wins on their resume teed off with just four shots separating them. At the end of the day, Brooks Koekpa was four clear of all of them. As the wind howled and combatants bogeyed their way around the course, Koepka kept bombing it down the middle and scrambling whenever he needed to on his way to a 6-under 66.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Billy Horschel outlasted Jason Day in a playoff Sunday to win the AT&T Byron Nelson – a feat few (nobody) saw coming. Including, unfortunately, yours truly.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Shanghai, China – The biggest event of the young 2016-2017 PGA Tour season kicks off on Wednesday night, when golf’s best travel to China for the 2016 WGC HSBC Champions.
With a strong field that includes FedEx Cup champion Rory McIlroy, the 2016 WGC HSBC Champions promises to add to the growing reputation of the event.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Despite a disappointing Tour Championship, Dustin Johnson is the runaway winner of Razzball’s 2016 PGA Tour Player of the Year.
The 32-year old native of Columbia, South Carolina won three times this season. In addition to his first major at the U.S. Open, he won the WGC Bridgestone Invitational and the BMW Championship.
DJ finished the season with a total of 1,640 points, 328 more than Australia’s Jason Day, the #1 player in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Day failed to win a major in the 2015-2016 season, but was also a three-time tour winner. The 2015 PGA champion’s victories came at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the WGC-Dell Match Play and at the Players Championship.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Atlanta, Georgia – Another PGA Tour Season comes to a close this week at East Lake GC with the playing of the 2016 Tour Championship.
The Top 30 players in the FedEx Cup point standings have survived the first three playoff events to get a chance at one of the Tour’s biggest titles and the $10 million bonus awarded to the FedEx Cup champion.
So who are the favorites this week? Here is our ranking of the 2016 Tour Championship field in order of expected finish from 30th to 1st.Please, blog, may I have some more?
In a week with a built-in break in the FedEx Cup playoffs, it’s not surprising that there was very little movement in the Razzball.com Fantasy Golf Rankings, September 20, 2016 edition.
American Patrick Reed, one of five players who controls his own FedEx Cup destiny this week in Atlanta, holds at #1 for a fourth consecutive week. The 26-year old remains one of the hottest players on the planet, finish 1st, 5th and 13th in the first three playoff events.
BMW Champion Dustin Johnson, Reed’s American Ryder Cup teammate, remains in the number two position. DJ who has three victories this season that include a major (U.S. Open), a World Golf Championship (Bridgestone) and a Playoff event (BMW) is a major contender for the first annual Razzball PGA Tour Player of the year, which will be announced next week.
England’s Paul Casey, a runner-up in the last two playoff events in Boston and Chicago, is ranked third for a second consecutive week. The 39-year old Cheltenham native will look to snap a seven-year PGA Tour winless streak this week at East Lake.Please, blog, may I have some more?