Bubba Watson ends any talk of retirement with his first PGA Tour win in exactly two years. Good for him! The Tour needs more lefties too.
Tiger Woods just completed 72 holes on the PGA Tour for the first time in more than two years. Despite his “tempered expectations,” not only did he make the cut, Woods finished in a tie for 23rd. He’s back baby!
If your name is Patton Kizzire, you either have to grow up to be an Army general or a professional golfer.
Did you see Dustin Johnson’s near hole-in-one on the 433-yard Par 4 12th hole at Kapalua Sunday? This tournament, to me, signals the official start of the PGA Tour season.
Tiger Woods just parted ways with swing coach Chris Como in order to be his own swing coach! I ask you: who better to coach Tiger than Tiger?
If Tiger Woods plays anything like he did during this weekend’s Hero World Challenge, it’s going to be one of the most memorable golf seasons… ever.
Instead of becoming the first player to win three World Golf Championships in one year, Dustin Johnson ties a record for losing the largest lead in the final round of a WGC event (6 shots). Didn’t see that one coming!
Justin Thomas just capped off his best season ever: five victories, his 1st major championship, and now a $10 million bonus for winning his 1st FedEx Cup. Not a bad year!
The USGA strikes again! Veteran PGA Tour player Ben Crane was disqualified from the Web.com Tour’s Albertsons Boise Open for carrying a driver and a 6-iron with shot sticker decals used to collect data during practice.
The two hottest golfers on the planet right now, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, also happen to be the best of friends. Pretty cool!