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.
After weeks of playing every man for himself golf, the world's best will be pairing off for team golf at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Last year, Aussie Cameron Smith and Swede Jonas Blixt teamed up to collect their first PGA Tour wins.
One of the most anticipated Masters Tournaments in history concluded Sunday afternoon in Augusta, GA. -- and it did not disappoint. At the end of the day, it was Patrick Reed who donned the green jacket, claiming his first career major title.
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 be a day late, but Monday Mulligan is here to wrap the previous week on the PGA Tour -- albeit on a Tuesday. First off, I'd like to apologize for last week's performance. I'm not going to lie -- it was shoddy at best.
On a Sunday when the hodge-podge of b-list Tour Stars struggled during their first taste of major contention, Justin Thomas kept his cool and claimed his first major title.
It is with a heavy heart that I come to you with preparations for the PGA Championship. Now, I'm not sad because it's the PGA Championship -- I'm sad because on Sunday, when the final putt falls in the hole, there will be no more major championship golf for the better part of eight months. And that's a terrible thought. In the words of Jon Snow, "winter is coming."
I've got to be honest -- looking at the field for this week's Greenbrier Classic is kind of disappointing. There are less "stars" in this week's event than newest season of "Dancing with the Stars." I wouldn't say I had a "Major League" moment ("Rickie Vaughn? Willy Hayes? I never heard of most of 'em. Mitchell Freedmen? Who are these _____ guys?") but, yeah, it wasn't good.
As the tour's best head to White Sulphur Springs, West Virigina, many of the tour's bright young stars are looking to build on recent success while others are looking to use this week as an opportunity to qualify the Open Championship.
Good day, friends and degenerates! It's time, once more, for your chance at (almost) free money! The PGA Tour rolls into (kind of) our Nation's Capital for the Quicken Loans National. While the Big Cat won't be in town, there are plenty of PGA Tour big dawgs ready to take down the title and add valuable FedExCup points...