Play is underway in the first round of the Transitions Championship and, with the exception of a certain three-time major winner, players are struggling to make significant inroads against par. (continue reading…)
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A closing 67 may have guaranteed Tiger Woods the lion’s share of the post-round headlines, but the final day of the 2011 Australian Open belonged to Greg Chalmers. (continue reading…)
A poor start from the high-profile overnight leader ceded centre stage to a trio of Aussies on day three of the Emirates Australian Open. (continue reading…)
Though Justin Rose’s two-shot victory at the BMW Championship was perhaps career-defining, there were a fair number of storylines that may have overshadowed it a bit. As I’ve mentioned, there was a lot more riding on the results of the third leg of the FedExCup playoffs than a paycheck — entry into the Tour Championship, which basically sets players up for the following year, and the Presidents Cup. (continue reading…)
Geoff Ogilvy has a major championship under his belt, three World Golf Championship titles, and over a decade of experience competing in golf around the world.
Bill Haas has none of those things. Ogilvy, the Aussie, and Haas, the American, are on nearly opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to most things, but this week they are like two peas in a pod, or more aptly two golf balls in a sand trap as they vie for one of the final spots on their respective Presidents Cup teams. (continue reading…)
Mike Walker of Golf.com has published the results of a tedious experiment he and four others conducted during the second round of this year’s Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando. Armed with stopwatches, clipboards (for Science!) and a healthy stockpile of patience, the team took nearly twelve hours to monitor every one of 45 different players as they played the same nine-hole stretch around Bay Hill.