Earlier this year at the pro-am event of the Sony Open at Wailaie Country Club in Hawaii, June Jones created quite a lot of guffaws because of a video that went viral of him using a five-iron for putting and golfing barefoot.
Not sure how Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS) cranks it up in the Ryder Cup after such an emotional victory in the Tour Championship, but it will be interesting to see how he goes from pursuing an individual accomplishment to a team goal.
September 23, 2018 will go down as one of the greatest achievements by an athlete, a redemption of sorts for Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS), fashioning an incredible comeback through sheer grit, willpower and a touch of magic from an old, trusty putter.
With 36 holes to go in the 2017-18 PGA Tour season, Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS) has a chance to win the FedEx Cup Tour Championship.
Not sure I’m all that crazy about the PGA’s plans to change the FedEx Cup next year, but I can’t wait for this year’s Tour Championship.
I’m hooked on the FedEx Cup! I had never been quite attracted to a tournament that came after all the majors, even if it had a $10 million prize, but this year is different.
TOP NEWS & VIEWS: We couldn’t be happier for Brooke Henderson (Titleist Pro V1), who made history last week becoming the first Canadian homegrown talent to win the CP Women’s Open, Canada’s national championship.
It has been somewhat of a frustrating season for PGA Tour player, Adam Hadwin, following a season in which he posted a win last year and a round of 59, but he’s hoping to turn it around when the FedEx playoffs begin this week.
The 2018 PGA Championship reaffirmed a young golfer with star potential, Brooks Koepka (Titleist Pro V1x) and a veteran, Tiger Woods (Bridgestone Tour B XS), whose star appeal is still strong.