This week, the PGA Tour's best head south down I-95 towards our nation's capital. For the second straight year the Tour returns to TPC Avenel Farm for the Quicken Loans National. After last year's triumphant return, it's expected we'll see plenty of action this week near the banks of the Potomac.
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.
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 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.
With team golf at the Zurich Classic in the rear view, we now return you to your regularly schedule scoring format at the Wells Fargo Championship. Not only is stroke play returning this week, so is the Quail Hollow Club -- the usual site of the Wells Fargo.
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.
It's late on a Wednesday night here in Western Massachusetts, and I'll be honest -- there's nothing I'd like to do less than write this piece about the Shell Houston Open. I'm sorry. My heart is already in Augusta, Georgia. My head, filled with dreams of pimento cheese sandwiches and Jim Nantz-isms. I know you're all there, too.
It's not quite major season, but golf fans were able to relish the little taste of major championship golf last week at the Honda Classic. Big names, crooked numbers and fantasy boom and bust made last week, arguably, the best week on Tour thus far this season.
Good day, friends and degenerates! After a rousing week of edge-of-couch riding followed by the onset of helplessness and sorrow at the Genesis Open, we turn our eyes and hopes and dreams east to the Sunshine state for the Honda Classic -- the first leg of the Tour's "Florida swing."
For the millionth week in a row, the PGA Tour needed extra holes -- er, hole -- to resolve their tournament. Always a fan favorite, the Waste Management Phoenix Open did not disappoint.