American Rickie Fowler birdies the last to take an important one shot lead into the final round of the Barclays.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Rickie Fowler Eyes Double Barclays Bonus – Second Success This Year & Third Ryder Cup Cap.

A four foot biride at the last hole handed Rickie Fowler a one shot lead in a round of 68 on day three of the Barclays Championship. Fowler, 27 is looking not only to win for a second occasion this year but also secure one of three USA Ryder Cup ‘wildcard’ picks when Captain Davis Love 111 announces the picks on Monday. Fowler captured the European Tour’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship earlier this year in the UAE capital and now is in prime position to win his first PGA Tour title ...
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Martin Laird Warming To Ending Three-Year Winless Drought In Bethpage Park Heat.

Martin Laird is quietly-confident of banking the biggest pay cheque of his career after remaining well in contention on day three of the Barclays Championship on New York’s Long Island. The Scot grabbed four birdies in a two under par 69 for a six-under total in continuing hot and humid conditions on the Bethpage Black course. Laird is a three-time winner on the PGA Tour but has not tasted success in over three years since capturing the 2013 Valero Texas Open in San Antonio. And at 86th on ...
Then Masters champion Adam Scott wins 2013 Barclays with the Stature of Liberty in the background.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Adam Scott Brilliantly Ignites Goal In Banking Second Barclays Title In Four Years.

Adam Scott brilliantly ignited hopes of banking a second Barclays Championship victory in four years after muscling his way to within two shots of the lead on day three of the event at Bethpage Park on New York’s Long Island. Scott was out just prior to 11am local time starting sensationally by holing his approach shot, a lob-wedge from just 89-yards out, for an eagle ‘2’ at the first hole and then grabbing five birdies in a sizzling six-under par 65 to take the clubhouse lead ...
World No. 1 Jason Day still very much in contention after two rounds of the Barclays Championship.

Jason Day Starts Thinking Bethpage Course Record But One Poor Tee Shot Spoils That.

When World No. 1 and defending champion Jason Day five of his opening seven holes he admitted he began thinking of the Bethpage Park Black course record. However after a poor tee shot at the par three eighth hole that all changed where he missed the green some 40 yards left of the flag. Day walked off with a bogey and then was in more trouble down the left side of the par four ninth hole when he tee shot landed in a ‘native vegetation’ area, and leaving him little option other than to ...
Patrick Reed breaks two shots clear of his rivals on day two of the Barclays.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Patrick Reed Inches Closer To Banking Barclays Top Prize.

Bethpage Park, NY … Patrick Reed inched closer to banking the Barclays Championship first prize cheque on day two of the first of the FedEx Play-Off Series at Bethpage Park Black. The American went into the round sharing the overnight lead on five under par and after seven holes had raced to nine under par in the hot and humid conditions. However a bogey at eight checked the Texan’s progress ahead of getting back to nine under with a birdie at 13 but ending his round bogey, birdie and ...
McIlroy in discussion with Phil Kenyon after his first round of 71.  (Photo - www.golfbytourmiss.com)

McIlroy Reveals He’s Prepared To Wait Eight Months Till 2017 Masters To Get His Putting Sorted.

Bethpage Park, NY …. Rory McIlroy revealed he’s prepared to wait eight months and to next year’s Masters to sort out the biggest problem in his game and that’s the shortest club in his bag. McIlroy turned around an indifferent opening Barclays Championship effort with a second day two under par 69 in continuing hot and humid conditions at Bethpage Park on New York’s Long Island. The four-time Major winner had moved to within one shot of the overnight on the back of four birdies in ...
Jason Day set to return to Australia after a two year break to not only contest the Australian Open but also help defend the World Cup.

World Cup Teams Finalised – Six Major Champions, 27 Olympians, 18 Ryder/Presidents Cup Stars Heading Down Under.

Bethpage Park, NY … Tournament officials today announced a final field whose diverse accomplishments, backgrounds and native countries will make up the 28 two-man teams which will descend on Melbourne, Australia, to represent their countries in the World Cup of Golf at Kingston Heath Golf Club from November 23-27. The field includes: Six major championship winners 27 Olympians 18 past participants of either The Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup 2 sets of brothers 4 players in the top ...