Week two of a three-week Asian jaunt finds the Tour at a brand-new event on a course that hasn’t been seen by many.
It also finds 78 players lining up for a shot to claim $9.25 million, one of the biggest prize pools in the history of the Tour.
Interesting angles and theories this week to say the least! Is it time to pull the trigger on this guy?
Welcome to the 2018 season even though it’s only 2017.
Week two of OAD should have us all filled with HOPE, I TOLD YOU SO’S and GIN.
Hey, at least we haven’t been knocked out of the World Cup yet!
Time for a quick, three-week jaunt across the planet for three weeks of action in Asia starting with TPC Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia where Justin Thomas defends again.
They say dreams do come true!
Marc Leishman’s performance at the BMW has given me my first win of the season in the penultimate event.
Better late than never!
He’ll have his hands full this week!
Limping to the end of the season I weigh in on my limited choices and choice of strategy.
For those of you with multiple BIG BOYS remaining, keep that in mind for next year as you don’t want to leave any in chamber especially with premium players.
Hey, we learn something each week and each season so pay attention!
These signs look just like my season! #Crooked
You think I’m gonna quit NOW???
I have three more chances to pick up my first winner of the year!
With four events left, I’m going to have to run the table to be respectable.
Gave it a sniff last week so let’s see if I can find a winner!
Glen Oaks might remind you of a course or three you’ve seen already on Tour.
Last week was a fantastic bag tap that just summed up my season in this format.
Thankfully time is running out on 2017 so the pain and suffering will only last a few more weeks.
Read this column if you need to know what NOT to do!
The final major of the year plus one regular event and four FedExCup Playoff events means the time is NOW in this format.
Shame I don’t have this fella lying around waiting to be used!
I’ve made this bed so I’ll lie in it… Continue reading
The final WGC event of the 2016-17 season returns to its normal place on the calendar and to the same course for the 18th time in 19 years.
Big-boy event with a 76-player field plus some weather issues doesn’t change my theory this week: a premium player will win.
With almost all of the big boys spent earlier in the season, I have an executive decision to make.
Don’t forget though a Canadian hasn’t won this tournament since 1954 when Pat Fletcher lifted the trophy.