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's tilt will be the 118th in history and will take place at Shinnecock on Long Island. If the name sounds familiar to those casual fans, it's for good reason. All you golf nerds like me already know the stories, the Opens, the triumph and the (relative) tragedy this legendary golf course has seen.
Just two weeks away from the year's second major, it's to be expected that the golf goes from boarder line exhibitional in feel to serious, competition.The PGA Tour's annual visit to Jack's place -- Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio -- for the Memorial did not disappoint.
If you like birdies and you missed the Fort Worth Invitational last week then you missed out. Good Lord, was Colonial Country Club gettable -- including on Sunday. In the end, Justin Rose fell just one shot shy of setting a new tournament scoring record -- but final score of 20-under was good enough to score him career win No. 9.
Hey yo! Have you missed me? No? That's fine. To be fair, Golfstradamus hasn't been any better than your garden variety bookie. That said, the PGA Tour is teeing it up at one of my favorite venues this week -- Colonial Country Club -- and sports betting is becoming legal!
The PGA Tour's best stay in the state of Texas this week for the Fort Worth Invitational. After a week of golf at a brand-new course, the chase for the FedExCup heads to Colonial Country Club -- one of the Tour's most hallowed stops.
For the first time, the AT&T Byron Nelson was played at Trinity Forest Golf Club -- a relatively new track just outside of Dallas. While the reviews were mixed, there's no arguing that the course was eminently gettable all week long -- and the aforementioned Wise got it!
The 2018 edition of the PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass was just about everything casual golf fans hate. Stars packed the leader board, Tiger rose and fell, big names made huge shots under pressure -- and none of it factored into the decision.
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.
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.