The new CJ Cup at Nine Bridges joins the PGA Tour’s Asian Swing, with 10 of the world’s top 30 players heading to South Korea. None of them, though, have played the Jeju Island venue.
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.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook preview the crowning event of the FedExCup playoffs, as the final 30 players get set to tee off at the Tour Championship. Jordan Spieth leads the points table, though no points leader arriving at East Lake GC has left with the big prize since the points reset was instituted in 2009.
Golf: While LPGA officials catch major flak for shortening the Evian Championship to 54 holes, the PGA Tour prepares for a highly anticipated FedExCup showdown at East Lake.
In the Hole: Arnold Palmer Invitational Marc Leishman became the second straight Australian to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational thanks to drilling a 51-foot eagle putt on the 16th hole to take the lead and hold on to win his second career PGA title.
Our top picks are in and only one player was chosen by both PSN analysts for the 145th British Open Championship from Royal Troon in Scotland.
This group includes eight major winners including the defending British Open Champion, Zach Johnson. Johnson will try and become the first player to win back-to-back titles since Padraig Harrington in ’08/’07.
The 145th Open Championship begins Thursday at Royal Troon in Scotland. This will be the ninth championship to be held at this historic course which was founded in 1878.
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.