With the year's first major fast approaching, the cream of the PGA Tour has certainly been rising. Names like Rose, Woods, Reed, Mickelson, Stenson and more -- including Arnold Palmer Invitational champion, Rory McIlroy -- have found their games rounding into form.
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The PGA Tour heads east across the state of Florida to Orlando for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge. Last year, Marc Leishman kept the field at bay -- but this year, there's a certain big cat lurking, looking to breakthrough to the winner's circle.
Hello, friends and degenerates! It's time once again to weed out the weak from the strong! The players from the posers! The best from the rest! This week, the PGA Tour rolls into Orlando for the Arnold Palmer Invitational -- the next chance to line your pockets with income your wife doesn't know about!
On Sunday at the Valspar Championship, the golf world saw the triumphant return to the winner's circle for one of it's great talents. Oh, and Tiger Woods had a great week, too.
Hola, friends and degenerates! It's time to head back to the Sunshine State for this week's Valspar Championship. In the past, the Valspar has been a sub-par tournament filled with PGA Tour journeymen and young kids who haven't really proven they could do more than beat their dad and his buddies at the local club. Boy, how times have changed!
After a quick detour south of the boarder, the PGA Tour heads to Tampa and the Copper Head Course at Innisbrook for the early season's more anticipated events -- the Valspar Championship. I know. It still sounds weird to me, too.
It's not major season just yet, but we've already got a new candidate for tournament of the year -- the 2018 WGC-Mexico Championship. Yet again, the world's best golfers needed extra holes -- or in this case, hole -- to resolve their differences. Despite the insane heroics on 18 in regulation, Justin Thomas was unable to stop the surging Phil Mickelson.
Buenos Dias! The PGA Tour climbs Trump's wall and heads South of the Boarder to the land of cheap cerveza and duffel bags full of heads! Not only does this week's WGC-Mexico Championship mark the second time time the world's best golfers tee it up in Mexico, it's also the first World Golf Championship of the year.
It's not quite major season, but golf fans were able to relish the little taste of major championship golf last week at the Honda Classic. Big names, crooked numbers and fantasy boom and bust made last week, arguably, the best week on Tour thus far this season.
The PGA Tour has said adios to California and have set off for the lush green of the Sunshine State and the 2018 Honda Classic. Last year, Rickie Fowler hoisted the trophy, besting Morgan Hoffmann and Gary Woodland by four strokes. This year, he's the favorite -- but not mine.