Young Gun Collin Morikawa wasn’t the only the only winner this week in Columbus. Let’s dive into our Monday Morning Superlatives.
Collin! What a Sunday for golf that was. Oh em gee. I feel like I need a cigarette after that. Collin Morikawa fired a six-under-par 66 and outlasted Justin Thomas in a three-hole playoff to win the 2020 Workday Charity Open
Justin Thomas was en fuego on Saturday afternoon, carding a smooth six-under-par 66 to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the 2020 Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village
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.
Get ready to see plenty of Rickie Fowler this week. He is sponsored by Rocket Mortgage and I’m sure we’ll see roughly 1,000 commercials of his over the next few days.
FIFTY-YEAR-OLD Phil Mickelson shot a seven-under 63 on Friday to hold the 36-hole lead at the Travelers Championship.
On Monday evening, the PGA Tour announced the featured groupings for the first and second rounds of the RBC Heritage.
Calling a spade, a spade I have no idea what a spirit animal is. I want to say Justin Thomas is definitely a mood, but spirit animal feels right. It just does.
I don’t know if you’ve heard or seen on social media, but the PGA Tour is back this week for the Charles Schwab Challenge. The PGA Tour is sure to be rolling out some new features to keep fans entertained and engaged without spectators on the course in Fort Worth. One of the new featuresContinue reading “Celebrities Announce PGA Tour Players on Social Media”