Top-5 Picks, Sleepers and Long shots for The Travelers’ Championship

Tournament: The Travelers Championship Course: TPC River Highlands. 6841 Yards. Par-70. Key Players in Field: Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, Jason Day, Paul Casey, Bryson DeChambeau, Webb Simpson, Bubba Watson, Patrick Cantlay Notables not on my spreadsheet: Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson Spreadsheet: Top-5: #5 -- Webb Simpson Last Five Starts: … Continue reading Top-5 Picks, Sleepers and Long shots for The Travelers’ Championship

Five Reasons to Watch This Week’s PGA Tour Event: The Traveler’s Championship

First and foremost, lets all take a collective deep breath. All together now: Inhale. Hold. Exhale. Okay, the U.S. Open, is now officially behind us. I know a lot of you are still worked up over a variety of things; be it Phil Mickelson, the USGA, Mike Davis, Shinnecock, mother nature, etc, etc. Essentially, if … Continue reading Five Reasons to Watch This Week’s PGA Tour Event: The Traveler’s Championship

US Open Picks — Top 5, Long shots, and full-field rankings

First off, if you didn't catch yesterday's full preview blog, I'd recommend going back and reading that first. Once you've done that, please come back. Alright, hello. We're just half a day away from the US Open officially kicking off at Shinnecock Hills; one of the most anticipated US Open venues in years. After crunching … Continue reading US Open Picks — Top 5, Long shots, and full-field rankings

On-site at the LPGA’s Volvik Championship — Friday

I was a little slower than normal this morning. There was a wedding at the hotel I'm staying at last night, and I somehow got caught up in the after party. No regrets, it was fun, but the alarm this morning was not my friend. Especially since I still had to transfer photos over from … Continue reading On-site at the LPGA’s Volvik Championship — Friday

On-site at the LPGA’s Volvik Championship — Wednesday

Wednesday means Pro-Am day! All the nerves of a regular day on Tour (from the Am's) but without any of the stakes or quality of shot-making! Yay! While it may not be the fastest paced round of golf you'll ever see, once again it was extremely evident how differently the LPGA does things than the … Continue reading On-site at the LPGA’s Volvik Championship — Wednesday

Players Championship — Course/Field Breakdown and Picks

It's one of the most anticipated weeks on the golf calendar. Some might say, the fifth most anticipated. Not me, but some. Yes, despite it being referred to as golfs fifth major, it is, nonetheless, not. I already wrote an article on that though, so I digress. The Course The PGA Tour stops in Ponte … Continue reading Players Championship — Course/Field Breakdown and Picks

Wells Fargo Championship — Takes, Breakdown & Picks

It's a Tiger week. Two in a row actually, but one step at a time. Any time, and I mean, ANY TIME that I can use this picture going forward, best believe I will be: I've looked at that caption SO many times today that I've come to the conclusion it's genius. I don't know … Continue reading Wells Fargo Championship — Takes, Breakdown & Picks

Arnold Palmer Invitational Picks & Preview

Valspar Basically an afterthought when the final round began; starting an hour 20 minutes before the final group and five shots back, Paul Casey went out there and fired the round of the day to literally WIN the event. Casey drained SEVEN birdies and parred his final five holes to post 10-under, a tall task … Continue reading Arnold Palmer Invitational Picks & Preview

Thoughts on Justin Thomas + WGC – Mexico: Picks and Preview (Correctly Picked Winner last 2 weeks)

An F-Bomb, an Ejection, and a Twitter apology; that's what the golf world (and, in some cases mainstream sports media) were talking about after Justin Thomas captured the Honda Classic on Sunday, defeating Luke List in a playoff. Not that it was his 7th win in his last 31 starts, his stuffed approach to get … Continue reading Thoughts on Justin Thomas + WGC – Mexico: Picks and Preview (Correctly Picked Winner last 2 weeks)

US Open – Who to Pick??

Not that tournament handicapping is ever easy, but at most majors we can at least lean on current form, past performances at the venue, or a combination, for some sort of educated guess. Not at Erin Hills. The bombers are expected to have an enormous advantage at a longer and wider-than-normal venue, but we just … Continue reading US Open – Who to Pick??