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.
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
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.
It’s happening! This is not a drill! The Big Cat is back. Tiger Woods is teeing it up next week at the Memorial.
The boys over at Found the Hazard have been really interested as of late in a lot of the young guns breaking onto the tour. Particularly due to the fact that these dudes have MADD skills! It’s sort of a peculiar time on tour right now because so many of the big time, super star guys we are used to watchingContinue reading “Young Guns: Matthew Wolff”
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.
DeSLAMbeau wasn’t the only the only winner this week in Detroit. Let’s dive into our Monday Morning Superlatives.
What a whirlwind 24 hours it’s been for our boy Bryson DeSLAMbeau. After getting into it with a camera operator on a green yesterday for following him too long (yes you read that right) he went out and literally overpowered the field at the Rocket Mortgage Classic.
It was another good day to go low in Detroit with plenty of players making a move. Chris Kirk and Webb Simpson both stand at the top of the leaderboard heading into the weekend.
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.