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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The PGA Tour heads east across the state of Florida to Orlando for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge. Last year, Marc Leishman kept the field at bay -- but this year, there's a certain big cat lurking, looking to breakthrough to the winner's circle.
Hello, friends and degenerates! It's time once again to weed out the weak from the strong! The players from the posers! The best from the rest! This week, the PGA Tour rolls into Orlando for the Arnold Palmer Invitational -- the next chance to line your pockets with income your wife doesn't know about!
This week, the Tour's best move to the San Diego area for the Farmer's Insurance Open. It also marks the first time in 2018 that Tiger Woods will tee it up in meaningful, full-field competition. And that, by itself, is reason enough to watch.
It's only the third week of January, but we've already got one of the most anticipated events of the PGA Tour season kicking off this Thursday in La Jolla, California. As it has almost every time, the Farmer's Insurance Open at Torrey Pines marks the first start in a Tiger Woods comeback.
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.