There are moments during a tournament when you know it’s going to be your week. For Bubba Watson, one of those came on Sunday at Riviera Country Club when the two-time winner of the Genesis Open holed out from the bunker on the par-3 14th for a birdie. Continue Reading
If any doubts crept in about Bubba Watson’s greatness during his difficult last few years on the PGA Tour, he put them to bed on Sunday at the Genesis Open, posting a final-round two-under 69 to capture his 10th career victory, and his third at Riviera Country Club. Continue Reading
Since 2009, no other player has shot lower at Riviera Country Club on the weekend than Dustin Johnson. A two-time winner of the Genesis Open, including a year ago, he is a combined 43 under over the final two rounds.Continue Reading
A top-five finish at this week’s Genesis Open would likely secure Cameron Smith a spot in the WGC-Mexico Championship later this month. It would also go a long way toward securing a spot in the Masters.Continue Reading
From shouts of “Mashed Potatoes!” to “Guinness!” among other lame yell-as-loud-as-you-can moments—some of which took place during or almost instantaneous to various shots—it had an impact.Continue Reading
Graeme McDowell has gone 59 worldwide starts without a win and fallen to 219th in the Official World Golf Ranking, numbers that have him perilously close to whatever-happened-to-so-and-so territory.Continue Reading
Tiger Woods will play in back-to-back weeks for the first time since the latter part of 2015, as he announced on Friday that he will play the Honda Classic next week at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.Continue Reading
Eighteen months ago, Bubba Watson’s health started to go downhill. He suffered from an undisclosed medical condition and the 6ft 3in 39-year-old ended up losing more than 9kg, dropping to a rail-thin 75kg.
He started to lose his game, too.Continue Reading
t wasn't nearly as stress-free as his opening five-under 66, but Patrick Cantlay's two-under 69 on Friday was well worth the grind, keeping him in a three-way tie for the lead in the suspended second round at the Genesis Open. He's joined at seven under by Graeme McDowell and Sam Saunders, who will complete his second round on Saturday morning at Riviera Country Club.