Tiger Woods’ latest comeback has thrilled golf fans far and wide, but some of his biggest supporters are golfers who are now teeing it up on the PGA Tour themselves.
On Saturday, Bryson DeChambeau said this week at the Memorial Tournament was the best he had putted since his U.S. Amateur victory in 2015...
After a first-round 69, Bryson DeChambeau went out in six-under 30 on Muirfield Village’s front nine on Friday, briefly positioning himself at the top of the leaderboard before a rain delay.
Tiger Woods has probably holed more shots from off the green than anyone in golf history, but it sure seems like Muirfield Village has been the site for more of his short game magic than anywhere else.
Tiger Woods has officially committed to playing the 2018 Memorial, according to tournament organisers.