Golf: The PGA Tour’s opening event got off the stage just in time, as wildfires soon swept through northern California. Meantime, the Presidents Cup left a bad taste with one PGA Tour wife.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook look back at a U.S. rout in the Presidents Cup and what it means for future U.S. fortunes, before turning their attention to the PGA Tour’s season opener. Phil Mickelson, one of four U.S. players who went unbeaten at Liberty National, tops the field for the Safeway Open in California’s wine country.
Golf: A New York adventure that began with the World Golf Hall of Fame welcoming its new class ended with a Presidents Cup romp. And now, the PGA Tour’s new season is upon us.
Golf: While the United States celebrates a convincing Solheim Cup win, trouble brews for the Ladies European Tour. Meantime, the FedExCup playoffs commence on Long Island.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook take an in-depth look at the Open Championship, as golf’s top names descend on Royal Birkdale for the 10th time. Few favorites arrive on form, and Birkdale tends to reward those who already have major-championship pedigrees. Also, a review of last week’s U.S. Women’s Open, Senior Players Championship and other news.
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.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook take on a jam-packed set of tournament previews – not only the John Deere Classic and Scottish Open as final tuneups for the Open Championship, but majors elsewhere at the U.S. Women’s Open and Senior Players Championship. The latest Open Championship odds also get a look.
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.
Golf: Steve Stricker and Stewart Cink are in the U.S. Open, but Phil Mickelson will probably opt out. Meantime, Lydia Ko keeps the No.1 women’s ranking one more week.