Feel good this week? You should! Well, only if you were wise enough to heed my advice last week at the Open and bet the farm on Francesco Molinari!
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This week, the world's best head north of the boarder to tackle the legendary Glen Abbey Golf Club for the RBC Canadian Open. Each of the last two editions of this event have been won by the same man -- but that doesn't mean this year's version won't be a complete craps shoot.
Finally! Major championship golf is back in our lives as the 147th Open Championship kicks off across the pond in Scotland at Carnoustie Golf Links.
For the 147th time, the world's greatest golfers return to golf's motherland for the opportunity to vie for one of sports most prestigious trophies -- the Claret Jug -- and the right to be called champion golfer of the year.
The final PGA Tour event before the Open Championship is in the books -- major season is upon us once again! Before we get ahead of ourselves, however, lets put a bow on the John Deere Classic.
It's time once more for the Zach Johnson/Steve Stricker showdown at TPC Deere Run -- the John Deere Classic. Okay, okay -- they aren't the only two teeing up this week in the Quad Cities. But they will be and they will be forces to be reckoned with.
Hola, frands and degenerates! It's time, once more, to line your pockets with green! This week, the PGA Tour heads to West Virginia for some moonshine and John Denver karaoke. Oh, and the Greenbrier Classic.
After a week in Maryland, the world's best golfers head west down a country road to West Virginia and the Greenbrier resort for A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier. Last year, it was eventual PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Xander Schauffele who prevailed.
On Sunday we bore witness to one of the great final round performances on the PGA Tour in 2018. Eventual Quicken Loans National champion Francesco Molinari put together a brilliant Sunday to clinch PGA Tour win.
This week, the PGA Tour's best head south down I-95 towards our nation's capital. For the second straight year the Tour returns to TPC Avenel Farm for the Quicken Loans National. After last year's triumphant return, it's expected we'll see plenty of action this week near the banks of the Potomac.