Final WGC event of the season.
Final WGC event at TPC Southwind.
The list of WGC winners doesn’t contain many muppets so I’d find a big boy to take home the big boy check.
Here’s one of the obvious ones. Did you save him for such a grand occasion? If not, keep reading…
I typed it all out for Expert PIcks so get over it.
Course form runs deep here and big names have produced.
Justin Thomas loves this event regardless where it has been played as he’s won two of the last three editions.
That should win the title for LONGEST TOURNAMENT NAME OF THE SEASON.
Justin Thomas defends in Memphis for the final time.
Next year, this event will kick off the 2022 FedExCup Playoffs.
Wildly wide open this week.
Have fun, get out of your lane for a minute.
Enjoy plenty of Par Breakers as well!
I’ve only MC three times this year.
That and $1 will get you any size soft drink at McDonald’s daily.
Plenty of water this week but birds like water. You’ll need plenty of birdies as well.
TPC Twin Cities hosts for only the third time but we’ll find some clues on who runs well here.
Michael Thompson won by two shots last year and is back to defend while 2019 champ Matthew Wolff is also in the field.
No Morikawa last week = no bueno!
Time to throw another winner up and get back into the hunt!
The final major of six on the “year” heads to Royal St George’s in England.
Shane Lowry will look to be the first to defend since Padraig Harrington in 2007-08.
The last major of the season, THE SIXTH ONE in my game, so let’s goooooooooo!
But to be fair, there’s a WGC and 2 playoff events so yeah, there’s more to do.
Royal St George’s in Sandwich, Kent, will host the first edition in two years. Shane Lowry is the defending champion of the event but Darren Clarke was the last winner on this track. Let’s dig deeper!