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.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook review a strong weekend for Europe’s top talent – in three locales – before moving to look at the Farmers Insurance Open. New world No.2 Jon Rahm transitions from winning at PGA West to a title defense, though the primary focus will be on Tiger Woods‘ first PGA Tour rounds in a year.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook take a look at the CareerBuilder Challenge, as Jon Rahm and Phil Mickelson headline the marquee for the PGA Tour’s first stop of the year on the U.S. mainland. They also look at the European Tour stop in Abu Dhabi, where Rory McIlroy returns after a three-month injury layoff.
Golf: An eventful week in Hawaii centered around two strikes – one real and one (thankfully) mistaken – while Rory McIlroy received some rather surprising medical news.
Golf: As Dustin Johnson was in the process of blitzing the field at Kapalua, Tiger Woods announced his West Coast plans and Bones Mackay will pick up a caddie bib for a week.
Golf: As the PGA Tour season returns from hiatus, we say good riddance to armchair rules enforcement, wait for Tiger Woods’ next move and take Jordan Spieth off the market.
Golf: A star-crossed season for Lexi Thompson ends on another gut-wrenching note, while the Race to Dubai finale ends with two winners and Luke Donald endures a medical scare.
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: 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.