This is the final tournament of the segment and a nice, soft landing after the U.S. Open.
This is the 66th Travelers Championship but first with this guy in the field.
If he’s available to you in this format this week you’re not doing it right.
Time to pull out the mashie niblicks and spoons to take a swing at the second major of the year.
Let’s hope tomorrow morning looks like Wednesday morning!
The Tour stops in Memphis for the 60th time and the 11th-consecutive year as the event used as a tune-up for the U.S. Open
William McGirt made it three first-time winners in a row and four out of the last seven since Justin Rose in 2010.
Colonial has a proud history of winners including Keith Clearwater.
He’s not in my lineup this week but one former champion must be.
It’s been a couple of difficult weeks in this format.
Time to get back on the front foot.
This fella should be in your lineup no matter where he’s playing!
Pete Dye’s TPC Sawgrass will examine the entire bag and the six inches between the ears.
I’d take a look at the last five winners if you’re in need of a clue on what does or doesn’t work this week.
Not many players have logged rounds at Eagle Point, the new site of the Wells Fargo Championship for 2017.
The Hill Country outside San Antonio makes for a lovely backdrop this week as 156 players take to the The AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio.
Annually the Oaks Course rates inside as one of the most difficult on Tour and the winning score has never been lower than 14-under-par (twice).
We’re back to the total scoring system this week so remember to balance out the lineups.
Harbour Town Golf Links took a beating last September when Hurricane Matthew smashed up the joint.
Multiple trees were knocked over and destroyed. Some were replaced and replanted but other than that, the course is in perfect working order. The “holes” might even let a bit of sun and wind into places where they hadn’t reached in the past.
It’s still a tight fit with tiny greens and that’s not changing!