Yesterday was quite simply an awesome day of professional golf. High scores, low scores, impossible lies, insane putts and constant reminders that even these guys on Tour are still human.
Michael Thompson wasn’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.
New week. New me. All these odds are from FanDuel.
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.
In ideal conditions on the first day of the 2020 Rickie Fowler Rocket Mortgage Classic, three players are tied for the lead at Detroit Golf Club. Kevin Kisner, Doc Redman (what an awesome name!) and Scott Stallings each carded seven-under-par 65s.
In case you missed it, Bubba Watson/Harold Varner III squared off against Jason Day/Wesley Bryan in a nine-hole exhibition today to raise money for charity at the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
The PGA Tour heads to lovely (?) Detroit this week for the Rickie Fowler Rocket Mortgage Classic. A slightly less star-studded field will take part in the event at the par-72 Detroit Golf Club.
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.