Welcome back to April!
42 players who played in the Masters are here this week.
You’ll be surprised to see the last winner who teed it up at Augusta the week prior.
(Hint: It’s been a while).
Hang on to your hats this week as NO LEAD IS SAFE!!!
Back to the regular spot on the TOUR calendar!
Although the June Shootout of 2020 was fun, it looks like it’s back to firm, fast and breezy in April.
Might wannna dig a bit deeper than Webb Simpson’s record-setting performance from last year.
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Augusta National Golf Club has provided the back drop since 1934.
The average winner slips on the green jacket in visit No. 6 so course history plays a major part this week!
One more sleep!
Corey Conners broke thru as a Monday Qualifier the last time the TOUR was in San Antonio in 2019. He’ll look to become the only player to defend the title this week at The AT&T Oaks Course.
Back to Texas this week for more wind!
Now, let’s also find a WIN.
Last three here have been first-timers on TOUR…
Back for the second time this season!
Paspalum players personified.
Another week of lovely views.
From Florida to the Dominican Republic!
These guys have the life!
Field of 132 led by defending champion Hudson Swafford tees it up Thursday, as usual.
Panning for gold in the deepest field in golf.
Better have all kinds of shapes and sizes for this week!
Field is 10 more than last year as well! Gaaaaahhhh!
The international parade of winners reached five last year as Tyrrell Hatton became the first Englishman to raise the trophy. The field of 123 tees it up for the 43rd consecutive year at Bay Hill starting Thursday.
Tyrrell Hatton picked up his first win on TOUR last year in windy conditions. He’s back to defend and I’m looking to keep rostering winners. I’ve had the winner in three of the last four columns and I hope to make it four of five! It’s also good to see my man Ben Everill on the “Horse for Course” angle. For the brand!