Snedeker Holes 20-Foot Final Hole Birdie To Shoot 59 At Wyndham Championship.

American Brandt Snedeker sensationally holed a 20-foot closing hole birdie to join one of the more exclusive clubs in golf in posting a sizzling 11-under par 59 on day one of the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina Snedeker, 37 commenced his round with a 10th hole bogey and then cut a swathe through the field with an eagle and 10 birdies from his fourth to 16thholes. But the eight-time Tour winner, including capturing a maiden Tour title in winning the 2007 Wyndham hosted event, missed ...

Furyk Praises Woods Saying He’s ‘Trending’ But No Hint Of A Versailles Pick.

USA Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk was full of praise for Tiger Woods at this morning’s press conference in St. Louis. With the conclusion of the 100th PGA Championship at Bellerive, eight of the 12 spots on Ryder Cup USA have been filled by automatic qualifiers. Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Webb Simpson – in that order – are the automatic qualifiers for the 2018 U.S. team. All but Fowler and Spieth have tasted ...

Woods Forces Furyk’s Hand – He Has To Be Given Versailles ‘Wildcard’ Pick

St. Louis, Missouri ….. Tiger Woods has clearly forced the hand of USA Ryder Cup captain, Jim Furyk folllowing his second place finish in the PGA Championship. Woods produced a thrilling final round 64, and easily the lowest over the last day, to finish second to fellow American Brooks Koepka. Koepka captured a third Major Championship in some 14-months thanks to a closing round 66 for a two-shot victory at 16-under par and become also the just fifth player, and with Woods among the five, to ...

Koepka Now Joins Elite Group Of 45 Players To Have Won Three Of More Majors

St.Louis, Missouri … American Brooks Koepka has joined an elite group of just 45 players in the history of the ‘modern era’ to win three or more Majors.    

Grand Slam Advantage To McIlroy As Spieth Slips At Bellerive

St. Louis, Missouri …. It will be advantage Rory McIlroy in eight months time at Augusta National after Jordan Spieth’s likely top-20 showing in the 2018 PGA Championship. Spieth arrived in St. Louis looking to upstage McIlroy in becoming only the sixth player in the history of the game to win all four Majors. However, the Texan was never really a threat in posting scores of 71, 66, 69 and a final day 66 on the Bellerive course. It means that McIlroy will now tee-up in next April’s ...

Scott Seeks Slice Of Australian Golfing History – Only Fourth To Win Two Or More Majors

St. Louis, Missouri … Just three Australians in the history of the ancient club-and-ball game have won two of more Majors. The include the late, great Peter Thomson, Greg Norman and David Graham. With a round to play in the 100th PGA Championship, Adam Scott is quietly-determined to become a fourth. At present, the 2013 Masters winning Scott is among 137 players to have won one Major Championship and eight of those, including Scott, are Australian-born – Jim Ferrier (1947 PGA), Kel Nagle ...

Lowry Looking To Have A Big Say In Make-Up Bellerive Final Day Leaderboard.

St. Louis, Missouri …. There were clear sense of excitement in Shane Lowry’s voice in declaring his intent in making himself heard over the final round of the 100th PGA Championship. Lowry once again in his career has the chance to succeed at the game’s highest level after brilliantly holing an 11-foot birdie putt at his final hole in a third day 69 to move to eight-under par on the Bellerive course in suburban St. Louis. The effort, in continuing sauna-like conditions, sees Lowry ...