It may not be the Masters or the Open Championship, but one of golf's biggest tournaments is up for grabs this week in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida -- the PLAYERS.
It may not be a major, but PLAYERS Championship week is now upon us -- and golf fans everywhere are ecstatic. That said, before we can look forward, we must look back. If you don't sort out your past, you're bound to repeat it.
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.
The world's best golfers are in Austin, Texas this week for the Dell Technologies Match-Play Championship. As we all know, that means anything and everything can happen. Just like the NCAA's "March Madness" tournament, you can expect upsets galore followed by a No. 1 seed inevitably winning the damn thing.
Few weeks on the PGA Tour are as picturesque as this one. Once again, the world's best head to the Monterrey Peninsula and trifecta of golf perfection -- Spyglass Hill, Monterrey Peninsula Country Club and Pebble Beach Golf Links -- for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
For the third week in a row, golf fans were treated to bonus golf with Alex Noren, Jason Day and Ryan Palmer squaring off in a 3-man playoff to resolve the Farmers Insurance Open. In the end, Jason Day prevailed in six holes.
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.
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.
As the leaves begin turning, the PGA Tour leaves Chicago and heads to Atlanta for the culmination of the FedExCup Playoffs. While all eyes are already on those 30 players making preparations for the Tour Championship, it's important to reflect on how we've gotten here.
After a week off from competition, the final 70 remaining players in FedExCup points head to Chicago and Conway Farms for the BMW Championship -- the penultimate round of the FedExCup Playoffs and the final chance to qualify for the Tour Championship in Atlant