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.
The first post-Masters, pre-U.S. Open, non-major golf tournament of the season is in the books -- and the winner is no one you've heard of. The RBC Heritage at Harbor Town Golf Links belongs to Satoshi Kodaira. Yes, that Satoshi Kodaira!
Hello, friends and degenerates! After the disappointment of the year's first major, it's time to turn our sights and wallets towards the sandy shores of South Carolina and Hilton Head Island for the RBC Heritage. As they have every year since 1983, the best in the world will tee it up at the Harbor Town Golf Links the week after the Masters -- and just like each of the last three years in this tournament, I've got your winner pegged.
Now that Magnolia Lane and the Azalea's of Augusta National and the Masters are in the rear-view mirror, it's time for the world's best to move up the South East coast. This week, the PGA Tour tees it up at another iconic venue -- the Harbor Town Golf Links for the RBC Heritage.
Tragically, winter has come. The cold and snow and harsh, horrible hell that is the cold, white abyss of winter has arrived. Golf? Oh, it seems so far away -- but for those who are looking to dominate their fantasy golf leagues come January must stay focused. The work begins now.
Monday has come and Tiger Woods' first competitive rounds of the year are complete. After a whirlwind week full of ups and downs at the Hero World Challenge, it's time to take a look at how he held up and what it all means.
Howdy friends and degenerates! Are you ready to make some money? Good -- because the Hero World Challenge is upon us. For those of you who don't know, it's the easiest tournament of the year to make money at.
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.
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.