Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain preview the Valero Texas Open, where Charley Hoffman seeks to become the third back-to-back champion this century, while Patrick Reed and Jimmy Walker try to put the trophy boots in Texas hands. They also discuss injury updates from Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods, plus Rory McIlroy‘s pending nuptials.
Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain offer a primer for Sunday at the Masters Tournament, where there’s no shortage of top names atop the leaderboard. Justin Rose and the surprising Sergio Garcia share the 54-hole lead, with Rickie Fowler one shot back and Jordan Spieth among those two behind. This week’s NASCAR stop also gets a preview, with Kevin Harvick on the pole in Texas for the O’Reilly Auto…
Greg DePalma looks back at Day 2 of the Masters Tournament, where Sergio Garcia – who has had a 20-year tortured affair with Augusta National – shrugs off a scoring error to grab a share of the midway lead with Charley Hoffman, Rickie Fowler and rookie Thomas Pieters. Meantime, defending champion Danny Willett and two-time winner Bubba Watson miss the cut.
Greg DePalma looks back at the first day of the Masters Tournament, where Dustin Johnson‘s surprising withdrawal and Thursday’s high winds turned the year’s first major into a wide-open affair. Except for Charley Hoffman, who birdied four of his last five holes to shoot 65. Who has the best odds to challenge?
At age 59, legendary Tom Watson nearly became the oldest player to win a major championship during the ’09 Open at Turnberry. This final group includes veteran players like Colin Montgomerie, who could not only break that record (Julius Boros/48/’68 PGA), but also win a major for the first time.
For our final U.S. Open preview report we list the players who have more than enough talent to bring home a big pay day.
PGA Tour: The tour shifts to the other side of the DFW Metroplex, as Jordan Spieth plays his hometown event for the first time as a major champion.