Return of Tiger
11/30/2017
Admit it, you’re a little excited. Tiger Woods returns to the world of professional golf on Thursday at his own hosted Hero World Challenge in The Bahamas, claiming to be pain free after having not played golf in 10 months professionally. The powers that be are treating it a bit like the moon...
The Rise of Jon Rahm
11/28/2017
How strong was Jon Rahm’s 2017 season? Enough so that he finished higher in the Official World Golf Rankings then the most famous Spanish golfer in the world, the guy who won the Masters last April. With all due respect to Sergio Garcia, Rahm raced past him in 2017, rising to No. 4 in the world...
Rahm New World #4
11/26/2017
Jon Rahm’s win at the DP World Tour Championships saw the Spaniard rise to #4 in the world, his highest ranking yet. “It’s hard to sum it up,” said Rahm. “An incredible week, I could not be more proud of what I’ve done this week. It could be very easy to just be content with getting the award an...
Rahm, Fleetwood in Dubai
11/24/2017
Justin Rose’s magic disappeared on the final day of the 2017 European Tour season, allowing Spaniard Jon Rahm to win the DP World Tour Championship tournament in Dubai while England’s Tommy Fleetwood won the money title for the season. Rahm shot a final-day 67 to finish 19-under and defeat Kirad...
DP Championship Round 3
11/17/2017
17/11/17,Friday In a field full of international players, American Patrick Reed swung the biggest stick on Thursday at the first round of the DP Tour Championship in Dubai. Reed, who fell from the top 10 to No. 17 in the world this year, opened his round with two birdies on the first two holes,...
Nedbank
11/9/2017
09/11/17, Thursday On an opening day in South Africa where less than half the field shot under par, Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger holds the lead at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City. After two late bogeys on the front nine saw Wiesberger at even par at the turn, he rattled of six birdies on...
Race to Dubai Rankings
11/6/2017
Tommy Fleetwood’s insurmountable lead is rapidly disintegrating in the 2017 Race to Dubai. With a second straight big win, Justin Rose has closed within striking distance of Fleetwood with just two events left in the competition – the Gary Player Open in South Africa and the DP World Tour Champi...
Rose wins Turkish Opens
11/6/2017
It’s Justin Rose’s world right now, the rest of the golfers are just living in it. Rose won his second straight enormous tournament, firing a final-round 65 to finish 18-under, winning the Turkish Airlines Open by 1 stroke over Nicolas Colsaerts. Rose has earned €2.385 million in the past eig...
Turkish Airways Open
11/4/2017
04/11/17, Saturday Belgium’s Nicolas Colsaerts shot his second straight 64 to lead the Turkish Airlines Open by four strokes at the tournament’s halfway point. Colsaerts had a mistake-free round, knocking down seen birdies, going 4-under on the front nine and 3-under on the back. England’...