Morikawa will Hold 36 Hole Lead at Workday Charity Open

While there are still a few guys left to finish round 2, they aren’t going to catch Collin Morikawa after 36 holes. What a great way to bounce back after missing a cut the week prior. Morikawa went on to back up his opening round 65 with a solid 6 under round of 66 includingContinue reading “Morikawa will Hold 36 Hole Lead at Workday Charity Open”

Bryson Leads with 9 to go for final grouping

With Matthew Wolff looking like he was in control to begin the day, a dismal +2 start through 9 has allowed Dechambeau to step up and do what he’s been doing best, hitting bombs and taking names. DeChambeau is 4 under through the first 9 and it doesn’t look like he’s planning on slowing down.Continue reading “Bryson Leads with 9 to go for final grouping”

Quick Plug to Improve Our Golf Game!

I don’t know about everyone else, but the more I watch golf, the more I want to get out and play. Unfortunately, not all of us have the ability to get out and practice and play consistently, which leads to shortcomings and inconsistencies that turn out to frustrate the living hell out of most players.Continue reading “Quick Plug to Improve Our Golf Game!”

Will Gordon Earns Special Temporary Exemption

While Dustin Johnson took home the win this past weekend at River Highlands, the show may have been stolen by Will Gordon, who earned a special temporary membership exemption to play on next week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit. While we expect guys like DJ to go out each week and be inContinue reading “Will Gordon Earns Special Temporary Exemption”

Coronavirus Threatens PGA Tour

Ok, that title seems like clickbait. WithDrawls Cameron ChampBrooks KoepkaWebb SimpsonChase KoepkaGraeme McDowellChesson Hadley Daniel Berger Steve Stricker Some other guys no ones ever heard of Stupid Coronavirus. Can we talk about how once again the guy I pick to win the weekend won’t be in contention. At least this time, it will be becauseContinue reading “Coronavirus Threatens PGA Tour”

2020 Travelers Championship, TPC River Highlands Course Preview

Next stop is the Travelers Championship at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut. I was fortunate enough to be invited out to this gem a few weeks ago and experience the TPC just as it was being prepped for this weeks tournament. The course is in fantastic shape and the conditions are prime forContinue reading “2020 Travelers Championship, TPC River Highlands Course Preview”

Stacked Leaderboard Heading into Sunday at the Charles Schwab Challenge

Fifty-four holes are in the books at Colonial Golf Course and we have quite the leaderboard heading into Sunday. Xander Schauffele carded a four-under 66 to hold a one-stroke lead over Gary Woodland (Reigning US Open Champ), Justin Thomas (13-time winner on the PGA Tour), Branden Grace (Once shot a 62 at The Open Championship),Continue reading “Stacked Leaderboard Heading into Sunday at the Charles Schwab Challenge”

Bryson DeChambeau is Hitting the Ball a Country Mile in Fort Worth

Bryson DeChambeau did NOT like being known as a NERD and the mad scientist. He spent quarantine putting on 20 pounds of “muscle”. If you don’t believe me check out this sick 15-MINUTE HYPE video he released yesterday before his tee time. What kind of sociopath produces a hype video that long. Not even LebronContinue reading “Bryson DeChambeau is Hitting the Ball a Country Mile in Fort Worth”

Is Jordan Spieth Back?

Jordan Spieth won 11 PGA Tour events and 14 times worldwide, including three majors by the age of 23. That is some Tiger Woods level type of winning. The PGA Tour had found its new star. In 2017, he won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am by four strokes, the Travelers Championship with the ridiculous walk-offContinue reading “Is Jordan Spieth Back?”