Although the PGA is on a break this weekend, that doesn’t mean there is no golf being played. Across the pond in Scotland, the best American amateur golfers will go head-to-head against amateurs from England and Ireland.
Since November of 2009, Tiger Woods has not been the same golfer physically or mentally and former golfer Nick Faldo doesn’t think Woods can regain that edge again.
Jonathan Byrd can play conservatively and assure himself a spot in the Tour Championship, but that is not his style. He will continue to play aggressive at BMW Championship next weekend.
There was great drama on the 72nd hole at the Deutshe Bank Championship, but the PGA needs to fix their playoff point system so it can be realistic for players to have a chance to win.
Phil Mickelson has finally changed his putter in his bag, but will continue to work with both putters well into the off-season.
Bubble player Troy Matteson is off to a fast start, Charl Schwartzel is ready for the stretch run after a week off and Phil Mickelson is turning to a belly putter to help his putting woes.
After winning the PGA Championship earlier this year Keegan Bradley didn’t expect the hometown welcome he has received so far leading up to the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Despite only winning one tournament this season, Luke Donald continues to remain the No. 1 ranked player in the world and is making a run at the FedEx Cup.
PGA Tour rookie William McGirt needs to have another outstanding performance at The Deutsche Bank Championship to move on to the BMW Championship.
One could argue that making it to the PGA Tour, as the St. Louisan one day hopes to do, is an attempt to join the most elite club in all of professional sports.
A couple of players to keep your eyes on as we proceed deeper into the FedEx Cup playoffs are, Steve Strickers, Keegan Bradley and Matt Kuchar.
Dustin Johnson finally broke through on the PGA Tour this season to win The Barclays. Now he has put himself in a great position to win the FedEx Cup and a $10 million bonus.
Brandt Snedeker had a shot the magic number of 59 in the final round of The Barclays, but came up a little short again.
With The Barclays shortened to 54 holes and Vijay Singh tied for second, one shot behind the leader. Singh is looking to end this winless streak with a strong final round.
If Harrison Frazar continues to play the way he did on Thursday, then he might just be around til the Tour Championship.