Tag Archives: FedExCup

Seung-Yul Noh: Who Was That Masked Man?

Remember the old Lone Ranger television show opening where the Lone Ranger would do some heroic deed and as he rode off into the sunset, one character would turn to the other and say, “Who was that masked man?” Well, … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods on the Playoffs and Ryder Cup

This is the first week of a six-week run through the Playoffs to determine the winner of the Tour Championship, the FedExCup and the Ryder Cup: The Barclays, Bethpage Black, Farmingdale, Long Island, New York Deutsche Bank Championship, TPC Boston … Continue reading

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Last Chance for the Playoffs

And now, on the eve of the last regular tournament of the year, the Wyndham Champiohship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, players who have been waiting for their year to come around have their feet to the … Continue reading

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Making A Big Splash

Improbably, Bill Haas came out of nowhere Sunday at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia, to win the Tour Championship and the FedExCup all in one fell swoop…and as we’ve been discussing, the $11.44 million that goes with them. … Continue reading

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The $10 Million Payday

Today is finally the day. The winner of the FedExCup will be determined by the end of the day and all of the player anticipation, restless nights and dreams will be put to rest. They say they’re not thinking about … Continue reading

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The PGA Tour Circle Of Life

Today begins the culmination of the PGA Tour season for the biggest players in the game this year. They have convened at East Lake Golf Club (Bobby Jones’ home track) in Atlanta, Georgia for the Tour Championship with $1.44 million … Continue reading

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Two Great Tournaments, Two Great Results

We had the pleasure this weekend of seeing two great champions turn in great performances under pressure, Lexi Thompson in the LPGA event and Justin Rose in the PGA Tour event. And because Thompson turned in a jaw-dropping, record-breaking performance, we … Continue reading

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Theme Of The Week

My eyes glazed over reading through the post-round transcripts from the BMW Championship in Chicago looking for a thread for today’s post. It’s not that they weren’t interesting, valuable comments by great players. It was good, inside-the-ropes stuff. Particularly in light … Continue reading

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Choking

I was skimming up my Twitter timeline Sunday afternoon looking for something to add to my post about the LPGA Tour finish. Suddenly, I came across a tweet from a PGA Tour player: Choke! Since I’d just watched Amy Yang miss … Continue reading

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The State Of The PGA Tour

Writing at Golf.com, Senior Writer, Cameron Morfit, does a good job of capturing the excitement of the new PGA Tour television deal and what it means to the state of the game, “With a new TV deal set and prize … Continue reading

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