Jim Ferrier - Won five times on the PGA Tour

Correction – Jim Ferrier Winningest Australian In Single Season On PGA Tour.

Correction. In the excitement of Jason Day’s stunning six shot Barclays Championship we were incorrect to report Day thus became the first Australian to win four times in a single season on the PGA Tour. It had been brought up in Day’s post final round New Jersey press conference he had ‘created history’ and naturally Day responded accordingly how proud he was to achieve the feat. However Sydney-born Jim Ferrier, who passed away in 1986 aged 71, holds the record as he won ...
Jason Day, of Australia, kisses the winner's trophy after winning The Barclays golf tournament Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015, in Edison, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Jason Day – Third Aussie To Capture Four PGA Tour Events In Single Season.

Five days after undergoing an MRI on his troublesome back and Jason Day stood tall moving to the top of the FedEx Cup standings after a stunning six-shot triumph in Edison, New Jersey. Day lit up the town and the first in the world to boast electric illuminated street lamps with an impressive and historic display over all four days on the Plainfield Country Club course. Day created PGA Tour history becoming the third Australian-born player to win four times on the Tour in a single season, and with ...
American Brian Harman becomes only the third player on the PGA Tour to have two aces in the same round.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Brian Harman Joins Select PGA Tour ‘Two Aces In Same Round’ Club … Odds 67m To 1.

Brian Harman was left wondering why there was not the prize of a new car, a cash reward or possibly even the presentation of a bottle of bubbly after not one but two holes-in-one on the final day of the Barclays Championship. The pint-size 28-year old Savannah, Georgia born player holed out for an ace at the par three, third hole on the Plainfield Country Club course and then to the amazement of not only the 2014 John Deere Classic winner Harman then aced the par three 14th hole. Harman used a 7-iron ...
Jason Day on route to a round of 63 and a share of the lead with a round to play in the Barclays Championship.  (Photo - www.pgatour.com)

Jason Day Gets Up From Wednesday’s Hospital Bed To Stand Tall At Barclays Championship.

Four days earlier newly-crowned PGA Championship winner Jason Day was lying flat in a local Edison hospital. The Australian had tweaked his back a day earlier, a combination of pushing a broken-down motorised cart out of the way and removing a box from underneath the family motorhome. Day left St. Peter’s Hospital here in New Jersey having undergone an M R I on his back and got up and walked out given the all-clear advice ‘everything was structurally sound’. The 27-year old is now ...
Russell Knox heads to final Barclays Championship final round ready to put in place lessons learned at last month's Scottish Open.

Russell Knox .. Lessons Learned At Scottish Open Key To Banking Big Barclays Payout.

Lessons learned at last month’s Scottish Open has Russell Knox poised for a hopeful maiden PGA Tour victory after day three of the Barclays Championship in Edison, New Jersey. Knox lit up the fellow Scot designed Donald Ross Plainfield course, and in the town named after famed inventor Thom Edison, with a three under par 67 to finish T11th and four shots from the clubhouse lead The 30-year old Inverness-born Knox, who is contesting his 87th PGA Tour event, kick-started his round with birdies at ...
Picture thanks to Sergio Garcia.

Congratulations CBS – Nil & 15 For Getting Nationalities Correct.

It wasn’t www.golfbytourmiss.com that brought up the glaring mistakes last week but Spain’s Sergio Garcia. Garcia had tweeted the picture below and taken during last week’s Wyndham Championship coverage by CBS Sports. But how bad can it get when the U.S. TV giant failed to insert the wrong flag beside 10 international born former champions including Kiwi Frank Nobilo now a regular TV commentator? Any a picture speak a thousand words and while many may have seen this already take ...
Adam Scott ends his season missing the halfway cut

Adam Scott Admits His Season Has Been Spoilt By ‘Fiddling’ – Fiddling With Equipment & Caddies.

Adam Scott admitted there has been ‘a lot of fiddling’ after seeing his PGA Tour season end on a disappointing low in missing the cut in the Barclays Championship in New Jersey. Scott posted poor scores of 71 and 73 to miss the Plainfield County Club cut by two strokes. And despite PGA Tour earnings this year of $US 1.382m it is Scott’s poorest FedEx Cup finish since he was placed 110th on the 2009 money list and the year the Cup was first contested. Scott contested his mandatory 15 events ...