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.
Golf: Tiger Woods is back – in competition, anyway – as he gives himself one of the final slots to next month’s Hero World Challenge. Meantime, one European Tour stop will try a shot clock.
Golf: Tiger Woods and the Ladies European Tour both took bold moves last week in their comeback attempts. Only one was considered a positive move.
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.
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: 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.
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.
Golf: With the last of golf’s major trophies now in Justin Thomas’ possession, focus shifts this week to a pair of cups – the PGA Tour’s playoff push and the LPGA’s transatlantic showdown.
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.
Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain are joined by Joel Cook from Pro Golf Weekly to preview the Quicken Loans National, as TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm joins the rota in years where Congressional Country Club doesn’t host. Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas and Patrick Reed head up the marquee for an edition that won’t have Tiger Woods on site as tournament host.