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 delves into the holiday menu for an expanded weekend of NFL and college football, highlighted by another big stakes meeting between No.2 Ohio State and No.3 Michigan. That follows visits from PSN’s own CJ Radune to review Jimmie Johnson‘s seventh Sprint Cup title and Jeff Shain to preview the World Cup of Golf.
Greg DePalma and Jeff Shain, golf writer at The Island Packet, preview the Wyndham Championship as the 125-man field is set for the FedExCup playoffs. Jim Furyk makes his first start since his historic 58 at Hartford, and Jimmy Walker tees it up for the first time since winning the PGA Championship.
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.
Greg DePalma and Jeff Shain, golf writer at The Island Packet, preview the Sony Open in Hawaii where Jimmy Walker seeks a three-peat. They’ll also take a look at the European Tour’s Race to Dubai, with Rory McIlroy the favorite to win a fourth title in five years.
U.S. Open: Chambers Bay presents the great unknown as golf’s top players try to solve the massive links layout just off Puget Sound. Is this the year for an under-the-radar winner?
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.
PSN managing editor Jeff Shain joins Greg DePalma to break down the field at this week’s Crowne Plaza Invitational. Masters winner Jordan Spieth and defending champion Adam Scott top the Colonial lineup.