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.Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s hard to believe that Henrik Stenson’s triumph at the Wyndham Championship las tweek was his first on Tour this year, but it’s true. A year removed from his first major title and Stenson has been far from dominant — but you wouldn’t have known it on Sunday in Greensboro.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Now that major championship season is in the rear-view mirror, it’s time for the PGA Tour’s best to turn their focus on the FedExCup Playoffs and the $10 million bounty on the line.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The PGA Tour’s best stroll into Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio this week for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. In what is essentially and all-star game before the season’s final major, there are plenty of great choices this week. I’ll be your guide:Please, blog, may I have some more?
With a sheet of headlines and prop bets longer than most golf fans and degenerate gamblers could dream of, the 117th playing of the U.S. Open already looks and feels like it could be one for the ages. Here’s a look at who’ll contend — and who’ll just pretend at Erin Hills:Please, blog, may I have some more?
It’s Wednesday! And that means it’s time to place your bets! Golfstradamus is back with your can’t-miss, sure-fire, mortal locks for the Zurich Classic! Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson come in as the favorites, but don’t count out some of the sleeper teams looking to make a big splash this week in New Orleans.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?
2016 Ryder Cup Friday Foursomes – Match One
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed (USA) vs. Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson (Europe)
Based on past Ryder Cup performance, this sets up well for the Europeans. Rose and Stenson are a combined 6-2-2 in Ryder Cup foursomes play, and were 3-0-0 as a team in 2014. The American duo of Spieth and Reed, meanwhile have never won a foursome’s match.
This edge is offset somewhat by form and health issues. Spieth and Reed were both relatively sharp in the PGA Tour playoffs, both reaching the Tour Championship in Atlanta. Neither Rose nor Stenson qualified for the final stage, Rose due to uninspired play and the big Swede due to injury.
Predicted result – HalvePlease, blog, may I have some more?
Norton, Massachusetts – The PGA Tour Playoffs move to the Boston area this week for the playing of the 2016 Deutsche Bank Championship.
American Patrick Reed won the first playoff event last week at Bethpage Black, ensuring himself a top five position heading into the Tour Championship at East Lake and a shot at the FedEx Cup and the $10 million bonus.
Twenty-five players were eliminated from playoff contention last week at The Barclays, leaving just the Top 100 players in the FedEx standings eligible to compete this week at TPC Boston.
With Davis Love III‘s Ryder Cup captains picks still to come, several American players will be looking to impress the captain enough to snag one of the four remaining picks on the U.S. team. Included in that group will be defending Deutsche Bank champion, Rickie Fowler, who missed an opportunity to clinch an automatic berth with a final nine meltdown last week.
So who will be the next player to punch their ticket to East Lake? Here’s the 411 on the 2016 Deutsche Bank Classic.Please, blog, may I have some more?
As expected, the opening event of the 2015-2016 FedEx Cup Playoffs, The Barclays, had a big effect on the Razzball Fantasy Golf Rankings, August 30, 2016 edition.
Barclays’ champion, Patrick Reed, of the U.S.A, moves to number one, up from ninth position a week ago, after posting his first PGA Tour win in almost two seasons. His last victory came at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Hawaii, in January, 2015.
The Barclays’ win guarantees the 26-year old a Top 5 spot entering the Tour Championship, allowing him to control his own destiny. A victory at East Lake will give him the FedEx Cup championship and the $10 million bonus.
Despite the long victory drought, this is the second time Reed has topped our weekly survey. He was number one for three competitive weeks, and seven weeks overall, aided by the Christmas break, between December 7, 2015 and January 18, 2016.
Reed has a 480 point lead over the number one player in the Official World Golf Ranking, Australia’s Jason Day. Day moves up one spot to number two this week after a tie for fourth place at Bethpage Black.
It’s the 2015 PGA champion’s 24th consecutive week in the Top 10 and fifth straight survey in which he was ranked in the Top three. The last time the 28-year old missed the Top 10 was way back on March 15, 2016.Please, blog, may I have some more?