Reed and Casey weren’t the only winner this week. Let’s take a look at our Monday Morning Superlatives and all the oddities you might have missed last week in the golfing world.
My love affair with Bryson DeChambeau is over. No more cute nicknames. No more getting jazzed up over his ridiculous lines off the tee. He showed his true colors today.
The PGA Tour is still at Muirfield Village in Columbus, Ohio for the second week in a row! This week, the course is primed for the 2020 Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide.
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You read that right! The most interesting man in golf, Miguel Angel Jimenez, holds a two-stroke lead at the Austrian Open after two rounds.
YOUNG GUNZ! Baby-faced Collin Morikawa shot an opening round seven-under-par 65 to lead the first-ever Workday Charity Open by one stroke.
Everyone’s favorite social media is feud is back! Brooks Koepka has some feelings about Bryson DeChambeau.
The PGA Tour heads to Ohio this week for the first of back-to-back tournaments at Muirfield Village (AKA Jack’s Place). This week is the first-ever Workday Charity Open, which is taking the place of the John Deere Classic.
We are back! The PGA Tour crowned its second winner in the return to sport following the COVID-19 “break”. Webb Simpson was not the only winner this week in Hilton Head. Here are our superlatives for the RBC Heritage.
The first PGA Tour event in our new socially distant world is in the book and Daniel Berger captured his third career win. Berger wasn’t the only winner this week in Fort Worth. Here are our superlatives for the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge