Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook discuss Bubba Watson‘s re-emergence at Riviera, as the PGA Tour leaves the West Coast to begin the Florida Swing at the Honda Classic. Defending champion Rickie Fowler lives minutes from PGA National, but so do chief contenders Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy.
The PGA Tour makes its annual switch from the West Coast to Florida, starting with this week’s Honda Classic. Rickie Fowler defends his title, one of more than a dozen with Palm Beach ties.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook review Dustin Johnson‘s calendar-opening romp at Kapalua before turning their attention to the second half of the Hawaiian double. Justin Thomas is defending champion at the Sony Open, though it’ll be tough to replicate last year’s record-setting romp at Waialae.
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.
From Maui to Honolulu, the first two weeks of January might be the best time to be a member of the PGA Tour with prodigious paychecks, immaculate weather and maybe the most striking scenery the United States has to offer.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook preview the Sentry Tournament of Champions, as the PGA Tour kicks the year off with Justin Thomas defending the first of back-to-back titles in Hawaii. They also discuss Tiger Woods‘ competitive return last month in the Bahamas, and where we might see him tee it up next.
It’s hard to believe, but the PGA Tour’s offseason is officially over as the not-for-profit money machine tees it up this week in Hawaii.
Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain preview this week’s Hero World Challenge, where all eyes turn to Tiger Woods in his first competitive round since spinal fusion surgery in April. The rest of the abbreviated field features 17 of the top 32 golfers in the world rankings, including world No.1 Dustin Johnson, No.2 Jordan Spieth and No.3 Justin Thomas.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook preview the newest stop on the PGA Tour’s Asian Swing – the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges in South Korea. Reigning FedExCup champion Justin Thomas heads a field featuring four of the top 16 players in the world rankings, while Players Championship titleholder Si Woo Kim is among 17 Koreans hoping to give the event a homegrown winner.
Asian golf has taken off in the men’s game, and South Korea has decided to finally get in on the action. Already known as a power on the LPGA circuit, the nation is taking an even bigger step as host of the The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges.