Tag Archives: Kevin Kisner

Jun
20
2015
By Stephanie Wei under US Open

You know how the saying goes: Beware of the sick golfer. A day after collapsing on the 9th hole at Chambers Bay — his 18th in round two — due to vertigo, Jason Day impressed by simply attempting to play the third round of the U.S. Open. Day, who was clearly not feeling his best as he gingerly bent over to tee his ball up and retrieve it from the hole, not only completed all 18 holes; he posted an unbelievable two-under 68 to grab a four-wqy share of the 54-hole lead at four-under for the championship.

Continue Reading

Jun
17
2015

Thank God, it’s finally Wednesday evening the first tee ball will be struck in less than 12 hours. I don’t know about you, but I’m fatigued with all the pre-tourney hype and all the unknowns of this unprecedented U.S. Open at Chambers Bay — long hitters will have an advantage, but wait, they may not; good iron players will play well or maybe not;¬†great lag putters will perform well or perhaps not; and so on and so forth. You get the point.

Either way, I spoke with a bunch of players about their thoughts on the course. I also walked with Matt Every, Billy Horschel, Charley Hoffman and Steve Marino in their practice round on the back nine Wednesday afternoon (which took three friggin’ hours because the group ahead of them ).

Here’s what I’ve learned the past couple of days, along with some interesting tidbits. Read on, my friends.

Continue Reading

May
10
2015

As cliche as it may be, timing is everything, isn’t it? Earlier in the week, in an anonymous survey conducted by Sports Illustrated, PGA Tour pros labeled Rickie Fowler (and Ian Poulter) as the most overrated players in golf, with both receiving 24% of the vote.

Fowler responded by winning the Tour’s flagship event, the Players Championship, in a playoff against Sergio Garcia and Kevin Kisner.

Continue Reading

Dec
2
2012
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Bow down to Bowdo

Coming into the excruciating long week at PGA West for Q-school finals, Steven Bowditch felt like his form was taking a turn for the better. When you’re fighting to re-earn your job–the Australian had conditional status on the PGA Tour last year–the timing couldn’t have been more perfect.

The Australian shot an eight-under 64 on the Nicklaus Tournament course to take a one-shot lead through 90 holes heading into Monday’s sixth and final round.

Continue Reading

Dec
5
2011
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Lots of UGA on the leaderboard

The sixth and final round of Q-school is underway at PGA West, where 25 guys (and ties) will earn their PGA Tour cards for 2012 at the completion of play. One thing’s for sure at the moment, former University of Georgia golfers are dominating the leaderboard — Brendon Todd, Brian Harman, Harris English and Kevin Kisner, who are all currently in the top ten.

Continue Reading