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.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook look back at the FedExCup playoffs, where Justin Thomas captured the big prize at the Tour Championship, and preview a Presidents Cup that on paper appears heavily tilted toward the United States. Also, the trio offers up their ideas on who stands as the world’s best 10 players right now.
The FedExCup playoffs may have reached its conclusion, but the absence of championship-caliber golf will only be lasting four days as the Presidents Cup is set to tee off under the watch of Lady Liberty.
Golf: With a FedExCup champion now crowned, the Presidents Cup has the Manhattan skyline as a backdrop this week. And after parting with Adam Scott, Steve Williams has a new one-week gig.
Golf: Stacy Lewis ends three years of winless frustration in a spectacular way, capturing the Cambia Portland Classic after pledging to give all her winnings to hurricane relief in Houston.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook look back at Dustin Johnson‘s playoff triumph over Jordan Spieth in the first stop of the FedExCup postseason, before taking on another loaded roster for this week’s Dell Technologies Championship outside Boston. Rory McIlroy is defending champion, one of three Boston winners to eventually take the overall FedExCup crown.
Greg DePalma and Jeff Shain, PSN’s managing editor and PGATour.com contributor, discuss the Presidents Cup‘s tense finish and the PGA Tour’s 2015-16 season opener at the Frys.com Open. World No.3 Rory McIlroy and No.7 Justin Rose head the field.
Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain examine this week’s Presidents Cup in South Korea. The International team, led by Australia’s Jason Day, tries to end a five-match losing streak to a deep U.S. squad fronted by new FedExCup champion Jordan Spieth.