The West Coast Swing is now kaput, meaning the Masters is in our sights. And though the early season was full of narratives and “Did you see that?!” moments, the build-up to Augusta National brings its own share of storylines and intrigue.
If I’m reading my handy-dandy wrap-around calendar right, courtesy of the folks in Ponte Vedra Beach, the PGA Tour’s “regular season” is now more than one-third over, 15 of the 44 tournaments that lead to “The Playoffs” having already been contested. Never mind that my actual calendar says it’s only February.
Rory McIlroy and his putter may need mediation.
Popular names occupied the leader board at the outset of play on Sunday, Gary Woodland’s not among them. It’s not that he is unpopular, only that as part of a cast that included Mickelson, Fowler and Rahm, Woodland was an extra.
It was an electric scene on moving day at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, with the threesome of Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm and Xander Schauffele feeding off the crowd’s energy and vaulting into contention. Meanwhile, a few groups behind them, Rickie Fowler didn’t have much going his way, sitting at even par on his round through 12 holes.
Not long after Tommy Fleetwood’s repeat victory in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, claimed on the same day that Jon Rahm won at the CareerBuilder Challenge...
A year ago, Jon Rahm was the 137th-ranked player in the world. With a successful title defense at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open, he will move to No. 1 in just 44 starts. Crazy, right?
Tiger Woods and Jon Rahm headline the Farmers Insurance Open this week, stars from different generations. One represents the past, the other the future, and, as Kipling wrote, presumably with neither Woods nor Rahm in mind, ne’er the twain shall meet. Or will they?
Thomas Bjorn captained the European team to EurAsia Cup victory two weeks ago but it wasn’t only potential Ryder Cup picks he got an insight into.
Jon Rahm defeats Andrew Landry on fourth playoff hole for second career PGA Tour win at the CareerBuilder Challenge
Even after falling back with a two-under 70 on Saturday at PGA West’s Stadium Course, Jon Rahm was still very much a factor trailing by just two...
Jon Rahm, after an up-and-down third round on the Stadium Course at PGA West, where he shot a two-under-par 70 despite four bogeys...