The British Open became a perfect storm as play was winding down Sunday afternoon. It was a bogey-fest for Adam Scott as he shot his way out of contention for his first major championship in the last four holes. It was the round of a lifetime for Ernie Els, who capitalized on every opportunity down the stretch and became the unlikelyRead More
The art of Power Rankings is that there is no art to it at all. Make your pick, come up with an explanation and publish. It's a simple recipe that cooks up an imperfect dish of speculative analysis about who has the best chance of winning in any given tournament.
But, there's always room to analyze that which has already been analyzed by another, and frankly, that'sRead More
Lots of action on the PGA Tour this week, including the Tavistock Cup and Arnold Palmer Invitational. Tavistock is already underway and the Arnold Palmer kicks off on Thursday from Bay Hill Country Club & Lounge in Orlando, FL.
If Tavistock is just a blip on your golf radar and you're ready to get into API already, tune into
Avoid your Twitter timeline and all golf coverage for the next week because Tiger Woods is returning to the PGA Tour. Don't let yourself get suckered into the bottomless debates about how good he will be or if this will be the tournament that breaks the spell and magically makes the old Woods return.
Seriously, don't do it. I implore you to fight of the urge to be excited that the
In golf, we talk a lot about history. Each week there is a chance that some golfer, somewhere is going to have a historic performance. We never know when that will be or who will be doing it, but it's one of the biggest reasons we tune in for the tournaments - especially the Majors.
This year marks the 93rd PGA Championship and for all we know - at this moment - it could be the
South African Ernie Els was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility Monday night. The three-time major champion has 67 victories worldwide in his career (19 on the PGA Tour). Els' consistent play has made him a household name on the PGA Tour and around the world throughout his career and continues to be in contention on Sundays to this day.
[Exhibit A] Paul Casey has not won a single PGA Tour tournament in 2010. Should he win the Tour Championship this weekend at East Lake, he'd take home the $10 million prize bestowed upon the FedEx Cup Championship.
The past has shown the Top 5 players going into the final tournament for the FedEx Cup have a shot at taking home the trophy and a huge check. But something is
Here are the current odds for the 2010 Barclays Scottish Open at Loch Lomond.