Rocket Mortgage Classic: Need to Know & Who Will Win/Contend

Course: Detroit Golf Club (North)Location: Detroit, MichiganLength: 7334 yardsPar: 72 Field: 156 PlayersCut:  Top-70 and ties after 36 holesTop-10 Ranked Players: Dustin Johnson (2nd)Defending Champion: None Other: PGA TOUR is back in Michigan for the first time since 2009Two British Open berths available for players among top-eight not already qualified My Rankings (Top-50+ Ties)Categories this … Continue reading Rocket Mortgage Classic: Need to Know & Who Will Win/Contend

2019 Travelers Championship — What You Need to Know & Who Will Win

Course: TPC River HighlandsLocation: Cromwell, Connecticut (suburb of Hartford)Length: 6841 YardsPar: 70Field: 156 PlayersCut:  Top-70 and ties through 36 holesTop-10 Ranked Players: Brooks Koepka (1), Francesco Molinari (6), Justin Thomas (7), Patrick Cantlay (8), Bryson DeChambeau (10)Defending Champion: Bubba Watson (-17)Other: Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff make their professional debuts this week My Rankings (Top-50+ … Continue reading 2019 Travelers Championship — What You Need to Know & Who Will Win

With Time Ticking Down Graeme McDowell eyes Open Championship Spot at his Home Course

His brother has worked there for over 20 years. He has played the course over 500 times. But come July, none of that will matter to Graeme McDowell if he doesn’t get into the Open Championship at Royal Portrush, the course he grew up on and knows so well. As of this moment Graeme has … Continue reading With Time Ticking Down Graeme McDowell eyes Open Championship Spot at his Home Course

Wednesday at the Canadian Open

Another gloomy, overcast day. Except this one included rain. Lots of rain. On a positive note I was able to find the media lot on my first try today. Nailed it. Once arriving to the course I had a plan: interview as many golfers as possible. I had my list of 28 players I had … Continue reading Wednesday at the Canadian Open

Masters Preview, Picks & Power Rankings

As Tiger Woods said earlier this week of The Masters, “It’s the best event in our sport.” What more really needs to be said after that? From the hard-core to the casual, this event more than any other in golf brings the entire sports world to their televisions on the second Sunday of every April to … Continue reading Masters Preview, Picks & Power Rankings

Corey Conners is now a PGA Tour Winner. But He’s An Even Better Person

I pressed stop on my Iphone’s voice recorder and looked down to make sure the interview had been captured in its entirety. It had. As I plugged my headphones in to listen back, I heard a voice from over my shoulder, “You goin' to the clubhouse?” It was Corey Conners. He had just finished up … Continue reading Corey Conners is now a PGA Tour Winner. But He’s An Even Better Person

Valero Texas Open: Preview, Picks & Power Rankings

Sliding into the slot the week before The Masters isn't necessarily the best spot to be in and the field this week reflects that. That being said, the Tour has done it's best to set up the course as best they can to prepare the field for the years first major next week. I don't … Continue reading Valero Texas Open: Preview, Picks & Power Rankings

Eddie Pepperell is an absolute delight

Despite the week getting off to a rocky start, PGA Tour rookie and Twitter aficionado Eddie Pepperell (@PepperellEddie) capped off his Players Championship debut with a third place finish. That isn't the best thing Eddie has done in the past few days though (unless you have access to his bank account). Eddie runs a personal … Continue reading Eddie Pepperell is an absolute delight

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

Zurich Classic: What to watch for

I'm not going to sit here and pretend I love this event. Any team event in golf that isn't The Ryder Cup or The Presidents Cup, just doesn't pass the sniff test to me. Sure, its fun and entertaining, but the fact that it's for a legitimate PGA Tour event, and both winners get the … Continue reading Zurich Classic: What to watch for

My Takes on the Valero Texas Open

"You may all go to hell, and I will go to Texas" That quote can be attributed to Davey Crockett, but it may as well have come out of Kevin Na's mouth. You see, back in 2011, TPC San Antonio and the Valero Texas Open were the site of the highest score ever recorded on … Continue reading My Takes on the Valero Texas Open

RBC Heritage: Friday – Day 5

Okay, first things first: That Leafs game sucked last night. It just flat out sucked. 5-1 and that Kadri hit, ugh. I do think its a little unfair that every clip going around the internet doesn't show Wingels' elbow to Marner that started the whole thing, but that's the world we live in. Anyways... Another beautiful … Continue reading RBC Heritage: Friday – Day 5

RBC Heritage: Opening Round

Woke up to another beautiful day. For some reason, I heard Jim Harbaugh in my ear touting his classic line: "Attack each day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind." So I did. Perfect weather, opening day of the tournament, Lucky Charms for breakfast and Drizzy on the Drive to the course. Off to a good … Continue reading RBC Heritage: Opening Round

RBC Heritage: Day 3

Sunshine! Let there be light! Yes, we finally woke up to a bright, sunny day, and could not have been happier about it. Excitement coursing through my veins, I hopped out of bed, showered, downed a coffee and some breakfast, threw on a nice golf outfit (I wore shorts and a polo so you can … Continue reading RBC Heritage: Day 3

Monday at the RBC Heritage

Woke up this morning in a cold sweat. Turns out, the blankets in the South are really thin, and putting your fan on full blast isn't a smart idea. Live and learn. A shower, some eggs, breakfast sausage and toast later, and I was back to normal. Crisis averted. The opening ceremonies for the 50th … Continue reading Monday at the RBC Heritage

The Week in Golf + Shell Houston Open Preview & Picks w/ Stats Spreadsheet

One. More. Week. Its tempting to just look past this week and delve straight into next, but that's not how this works unfortunately. Before I dive into the Houston Open though, a quick peek into what's transpired over the last week in the world of golf. First off, congrats to Bubba Watson for winning arguably … Continue reading The Week in Golf + Shell Houston Open Preview & Picks w/ Stats Spreadsheet

5 Reasons Why THIS is the Week: Tiger Woods WILL Win The Arnold Palmer Invitational

  It may seem distant now, but just six months ago on a brisk late-September afternoon in Liberty City, New Jersey, Tiger Woods stood amongst the top 12 American Golfers in the World at the Presidents Cup. Tiger flashed one of his quick, patented smiles towards US Captain Steve Stricker before a grimace set in; … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why THIS is the Week: Tiger Woods WILL Win The Arnold Palmer Invitational

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

Valspar Championship Picks & Preview

I'm still coming down from that Playoff last weekend; needed a few days of deep breaths. From Phil asserting his dominance across the property all weekend, to Shubhankar Sharma making a run out of nowhere, to Justin Thomas holing out on the 72nd hole, to a Cameraman almost trampling his ball, to Phil lipping out … Continue reading Valspar Championship Picks & Preview