Author’s note: As you read this, I’m getting drunk on the No. 1 beach in America, so I apologize if this is a wee bit truncated. Deal with it. You’re lucky I took this much time out of my busy drinking schedule to steer you in the right direction — from a fantasy standpoint, of course.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hey yo! Golfstradamus coming in hot!
I apologize for the late post time — I was busy trying to finagle a yacht date with Karen Gillan with all that money I won last week picking Brian Harman to win the Wells Fargo.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s that time again! Mother’s Day weekend on the PGA Tour — and that means a couple things.
First, it’s PLAYERS Championship week. The tournament everyone who can’t win a major wants to win! Until recent years, wins at the PLAYERS were the, “yeah, but” answers to the likes of Adam Scott and Sergio Garcia.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hello, friends and degenerate wagerers! It’s time to make it big at the Wells Fargo Championship. Golfstradamus is back with your can’t-miss, mortal locks — and best bang for your buck — picks for this week on the PGA Tour!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Matt Kuchar and Tony Fianu headline at this week’s Valero Texas Open. Who is Golfstradamus taking the action on? Find out here!Please, blog, may I have some more?
When you think of gambling at the office, you’re usually about to get in some kind of trouble. Or it’s NCAA Tournament time — but every once in a while you get to work for a company that supports gambling on golf.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yesterday afternoon, I waxed poetic about Augusta National and explained why this week is prime time for you in fantasy golf or in Vegas — today, I give you names.
With Thursday fast approaching, you’ve got some serious decisions to make about your fantasy rosters in the next day or so.Please, blog, may I have some more?
He may not have been in a PGA Tour winner’s circle since Obama was starting his first term in office. But Paul Casey is still a deserving number one in the Razzball.com Fantasy Golf Rankings, October 25, 2016 edition.
The Englishmen has recorded four top four finishes in his last five starts and holds on to top spot after a T21 at the CIMB Classic.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?
It took a while for him to get back, but it should come as no surprise that Rory McIlroy is on top of the Razzball.com Fantasy Golf Rankings, October 4, 2016 edition.
If you had polled golf experts prior to the start of the 2016-2016 PGA Tour season, many would have chosen the young Northern Irishman to me on top of the rankings at the end of the year. The fact that it took him a little longer than expected is the only shock.
McIlroy continued his late season surge at the Tour Championship, winning for the second time in the PGA Tour playoffs to capture the 2016 FedEx Cup championship, and the $10 million dollar bonus. While that may not take away the disappointment of a frustrating major season completely, I’m sure it helps.
The four-time major champion moves up five places to capture top spot, the second time he’s hit number one in our rankings. He previously ruled the rankings for two weeks in November, 2015.
He holds a surprisingly slim lead over a resurgent Paul Casey, who recorded his third consecutive top five playoff finish in Atlanta. The Englishman moves from 3rd to 2nd in his fourth consecutive week in the Top 10. Casey still hasn’t won on tour since the 2009 Houston Open, but a PGA Tour victory seems close.Please, blog, may I have some more?