Four weeks into the 2017-'18 PGA Tour season and Golfstradmaus is one historic collapse by Dustin Johnson away from batting .750 to start the season. If you aren't listening yet, you're deaf.
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After a week in Vegas, the PGA Tour continues on the "bachelor party" leg of the 2017-'18 season with a swing through Mexico and the OHL Mayakoba Classic.
Here at Raazzball Golf, we have long been proponents of Patrick Cantlay. On Sunday, all that fawning and favoring finally payed some serious dividends.
I've got to be honest with you -- I was torn about last week's result in Shanghai. On the one hands, I put money on Dustin Johnson and would have cashed a check had he not thrown up on his shoes on Sunday. On the other hand, I also said I didn't think he'd win -- and he didn't Which brings up the age old question -- would you rather win? Or be right?
The PGA Tour returns stateside this week for the fifth event of the 2017-'18 season -- the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas. After three straight weeks of prime-time TV golf during the Tour's swing through the far East, the best in the world return to the U.S. and normal weekend tee times -- which also means a return to fantasy lineup normalcy.
For three days, it looked like Dustin Johnson was going to cruise to his 5th career World Golf Championship title at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Instead, DJ stumbled and Justin Rose capitalized.
The world's best golfers are headed to China this week for the WGC-HSBC Champions -- the first big event of the PGA Tour's wrap around schedule. With no cut and only 78 players teeing it up, it's important to know your stuff. Lucky for you, I know my stuff -- and am here to share it with you!
It may only be October, but it's already time for the first World Golf Championship of the 2017-'18 PGA Tour season. The best in the world head to Shanghai for the WGC-HSBC Champions -- the first big test of the wrap around season and the last of the calendar year for many of the games best to tee it up head to head.
It may be a new season on the PGA Tour, but things certainly haven't changed much. Just because it's a new year doesn't mean Justin Thomas is done winning -- which is exactly what he did in the inaugural CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.
It is incredibly early in the 2017-'18 PGA Tour season, but we already have a people's champion. Pat Perez -- the embodiment of the every man golfer -- has coasted to victory at the CIMB Classic.