Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook ponder how Ted Potter Jr. held off Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson at Pebble Beach, before turning their attention to the Genesis Open at historic Riviera Country Club. Johnson is defending champion, while Tiger Woods ends an 11-year absence at a hometown course he’s never tamed.
The West Coast Swing concludes in Hollywood’s shadow, as Dustin Johnson defends his Genesis Open title. A strong field includes Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy – and Tiger Woods.
The Can-Am Duels at Daytona on Thursday night and the 60th annual Daytona 500 could be very compelling and built with excitement. But they could also be very boring with follow-the-leader parade action.
One would be hard-pressed to find a golf course anywhere that is more aesthetically appealing than Pebble Beach, a famous golf haven basking in the beauty of the California coastline. A five-hour drive south, however, is something very close.
Golf: While the Open Championship is headed home for its 150th edition, Tony Romo and Bubba Watson are pointing toward other athletic pursuits. Finally, Jack Nicklaus opts to step back.
Handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com joins Greg DePalma for a live look at the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf, where Heart to Heart led from the outset. They also took a look at the field for the Suwanee River Stakes that followed on the program.
Three new futures plays and March Madness projections, along with updated national championship odds courtesy of our partners at YouWager.eu.
Greg DePalma and Eric Smith of Race Review Online prepare to raise the curtain on Daytona Speedweeks, as 17 drivers will be on the grid Daytona for Sunday’s Advance Auto Parts Clash all-star exhibition. Eight cars belong to NASCAR’s three powerhouse teams, which have combined to win all but three of the past 20 Speedweeks races.
Six new futures plays for the Stanley Cup, along with updated odds courtesy of our partners at YouWager.eu.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss the results of Davis Cup weekend, as the U.S. men blast their way into the quarterfinals to make up in part for an Australian Open dud and Spain shows its depth in dispatching Great Britain. This weekend brings the Fed Cup, where Serena Williams hits the court to help the U.S. women defend their crown.