2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship – All The Facts & All The Figures

  Dates: September 21-27, 2020 Where: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic Course: Puntacana Resort & Club (Corales Golf Course) Par/Yards: 36-36—72/7,666 Designer: Tom Fazio/2010 Field: 144 players Defending champion: Graeme McDowell Purse: $4,000,000 ($720,000/winner) FedExCup: 500 points to the winner Format: 72-hole stroke play  Things to Know Originally scheduled in March as an additional event the week of the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play, the ...

120th U.S. Open Final Round – All The Facts & Figures

  Final Leaderboard Bryson DeChambeau         69-68-70-67—274 (-6) Matthew Wolff                  66-74-65-75—280 (E) Louis Oosthuizen               67-74-68-73—282 (+2) Harris English                     68-70-72-73—283 (+3) Things to Know Bryson DeChambeau wins his first major championship in 16th attempt, defeating Matthew Wolff by six strokes DeChambeau becomes the 12th player to win the U.S. Amateur and the U.S. Open Players ...

McIlroy Full Of Praise For DeChambeau Declaring His Ways As ‘Brilliant’.

Rory McIlroy was full of praise for now fellow U.S. Open Bryson DeChambeau who ended the 120th hosting of the championship as the only player under par at Winged Foot. McIlroy ended his U.S. Open campaign with a disappointing five-over par 75 to share eighth place at six-over par and trailing a dozen shots back of golf’s affectionate ‘Mad Scientist’. McIlroy went into the final round sharing seventh place at one-over and six adrift of Wolff. The four-time Major winner knew he had ...

Golf’s Mad Scientist DeChambeau Brilliantly Conjures Up Six Shot U.S. Open Success

Golf’s ‘Mad Scientist’ Bryson DeChambeau brilliantly conjured up at a six-shot success in becoming  a U.S. Open at Winged Foot. DeChambeau, who turned 27 last week, used his new-look beefed-up appearance along with his added length of the tee, in posting a final round 67, and proudly using the new Bridgestone TOUR B  golf ball that this writer had a strong hand in developing, to win at six under par. And at the end of four of the hardest rounds in golf, and probably since the last U.S. Open ...

DeChambeau ‘The Scientist’ Turns To Winged Foot ‘Meteorologist’

Bryson ‘The Scientist’ DeChambeau turned meteorologist in adding a two-under par 68 to his opening 69 and be proudly sharing second place at three-under the end of round two at Winged Foot. Former Masters champ, Patrick Reed birdied the last in a round of 70 to lead the field by a shot at four-under par. DeChambeau, 27 and contesting a 17th career major and a sixth U.S. Open, brilliantly eagled his last hole but after what was a roller-coaster showing where remarkably on four occasion he posted ...

Spieth … “Standing On A US Open First Tee Not Knowing Where The Ball Is Going Is Not A Nice Feeling”.

A lost ball in the rough and a ball stuck up a tree and both leading to double-bogeys. It’s the sort of story to be heard in any clubhouse following a Saturday morning medal round. Though in this case it was just two holes in a whole golf bag full of ups-and-downs for four-time major winning Jordan Spieth in posting a three-over par 73 on the opening day of the U.S. Open at Winged Foot. Spieth had bogeyed the first but then lost a ball down the right side of the second but without the aid of spectators, ...

So Much For ‘Massacre 3’ As JT Shoots Lowest Winged Foot U.S. Open Score In 91-Years.

So much for talk of a ‘Massacre 3’ at this year’s U.S. Open at Winged Foot. World No. 3 Justin Thomas first round five-under par 65 is the lowest round ever in a U.S. Open at the famed Long Island club. And as the aftenoon half of the first round draw took to the course there was another seven players under par on day one of the 120th staging of the U.S. Open. Legendary amateur Bobby Jones held the record of a three-under par in the 1929 U.S. Open and the first hosting at Winged Foot. Fellow ...