Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook preview both the RSM Classic, where the PGA Tour’s 2017 calendar comes to a close at Sea Island, as well as the European Tour‘s Race to Dubai finale. Also, should the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs be tweaked after Bernhard Langer‘s dominant season didn’t end with the big prize?
Golf: The Charles Schwab Cup finale left a bad taste for many, Henrik Stenson is no caped crusader and the revolving door for the women’s No.1 ranking turns again.
Golf: For the first time in history, an LPGA rookie holds the women’s No.1 ranking. Meantime, we may be days from learning where the 2032 Ryder Cup will be contested. Yes, 2032.
Golf: Tiger Woods is back – in competition, anyway – as he gives himself one of the final slots to next month’s Hero World Challenge. Meantime, one European Tour stop will try a shot clock.
Golf: With a FedExCup champion now crowned, the Presidents Cup has the Manhattan skyline as a backdrop this week. And after parting with Adam Scott, Steve Williams has a new one-week gig.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook preview the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, where Dustin Johnson seeks a third straight World Golf Championships crown and Jordan Spieth tunes up ahead of trying to complete the career Grand Slam at next week’s PGA Championship. They also look at this week’s Women’s British Open and review Bernhard Langer‘s third senior major title of 2017.
Golf: As Bernhard Langer heads back across the Atlantic with his 10th senior major title, Rory McIlroy heads into the 2017 stretch run without his longtime caddie.
Golf: One major championship loses a past leader, a women’s major crowns a new champion and attention turns across the Atlantic for this week’s major.
Golf: Bones Mackay is trading in his caddie bib for a TV microphone starting next week. Before attention turns overseas, though, a presidential shadow is cast over the U.S. Women’s Open.
Golf: Last weekend proved one of renewal in the winners’ circle on several circuits – and perhaps for Tiger Woods too. Meantime, Stephen Curry is set for a one-week venture between the ropes.