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.
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.
In Hartford, there are a few things that are just a way of life. Death, Insurance and Bubba Watson winning the Travelers Championship.
This year, the U.S. Open returns to the site of it's second playing -- Shinnecock Hills Golf Club -- and the story lines abound. Can we see another first time major winner? Will Phil Mickelson finish the career grand-slam? There's more, but I've got to get to the casino and place these bets.
The world's best are in Dublin, Ohio for the Memorial Tournament. Jack's tournament. Of all the the non-major, non-PLAYERS Championship championships, this is the one everyone wants to win. There's just something special about getting to hang with the Golden Bear.
After weeks of playing every man for himself golf, the world's best will be pairing off for team golf at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Last year, Aussie Cameron Smith and Swede Jonas Blixt teamed up to collect their first PGA Tour wins.
The world's best golfers spent last week in Austin for the one of the year's alternate format events -- the Dell Technologies Match Play Championship. For most, the bracket-style format is a favorite -- especially during March Madness -- but most are just glad it's over.
It seems like just yesterday we were wishing away the holidays and watching the PGA Tour tee it up in Hawaii -- but, with the culmination of the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club, we are through the west coast swing on to Florida -- less than 50 days from the Masters and the offical-unofficial start of Spring.
The PGA Tour heads north from the Monterrey Peninsula towards tinsel town for the Genesis Open at Riviera County Club in Los Angeles. It's the final stop of the Tour's calendar year-opening swing through the United States West Coast and last chance to pick up a win in sunny California until late summer.