Trevor Immelman has struggled on the PGA Tour ever since 2008, but he appears headed in the right direction and only one stroke off the leader in The Greenbrier Classic.
After a less than stellar season, Billy Mayfair has positioned himself to win The Greenbrier Classic and keep his PGA Tour card for 2012.
Players have to be creative to make money. Patrick Cantlay isn’t quite ready to turn pro. An interesting mix of players may not make the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Pettersson won last year’s RBC Canadian Open at St. George’s. It’s at Shaughnessy this year. Can he win again?
It took Darren Clarke twenty tries to finally raise the Claret Jug. He takes great pride in the fashion in which he finally got there.
Tom Watson completed his 34th Open Championship. He was one round in extreme conditions away from climbing the leaderboard.
Rory McIlroy finished 25th at the Open Championship. He’s ready to move on to a tournament for which weather isn’t such a factor.
Tom Watson hit a perfect tee shot to the middle of the fairway. And when he putted his two iron straight at the flag, golf’s version of the ‘running of the bulls’ began. The galleries burst over the ropes back up the fairway and headed for the green.
Darren Clarke was among the top golfers in the world just a couple of years ago. After a personal tragedy he has bounced back and now in contention to win the The Open Championship.
Lucas Glover is one shot back after the opening round at the Open Championship. Glover shot a 66, making him America’s best hope so far.
Steve Stricker is ranked in the top-ten of the world golf ratings, but he’s still waiting on his first major. The Open Championship could be his chance.
Lee Westwood is one of the world’s most consistent golfers. But he’s yet post a victory in a Major. The Open Championship could be his first.
The current top-ranked player has won the Open Championship only three times. The future champion is much more likely to come from the field.
Colin Montgomerie’s streak of consecutive Open Championships played may end at 21. He must finish at least fifth at this week’s Scottish Open to qualify.
Zach Johnson thinks of the John Deere Classic as a major. He makes his 10th appearance in the tournament this week. But to win it, he will have to play better than he has in past years.