The Zurich Classic did a brilliant thing a year ago when it switched from being just another ho-hum 72-hole stroke-play tournament in a sea of 72-hole stroke-play tournaments...
Brendan Grace becomes a dad and it might have kick-started Charl Schwartzel’s season. Here’s the explanation
Just how big a baby present does Charl Schwartzel owe fellow South African Branden Grace? Depends on what kind of momentum Schwartzel can gin up out of his third-place finish with Louis Oosthuizen at the Zurich Classic.
If you only watched Billy Horschel’s emotional reactions on Sunday, you would have never known that he and teammate Scott Piercy were putting together the most impressive round of the week.
In team golf, the short game usually plays a huge role in either establishing or keeping momentum and that held true for Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy in winning the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
The positive reviews from players at the Zurich Classic since its change from an individual stroke-play event to a two-man team competition have led to talk about possibly...
How did the first-round co-leaders at the Zurich Classic actually miss the cut? That’s what happens when you go 60-80
Friday at the Zurich Classic was a prime example of how difficult and pressure-packed the alternate-shot format can be in team events.
We’re only in year two of the team format at the Zurich Classic, but it’s starting to feel like Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown have been doing this for a long time.
Jordan Spieth is not one to brag or rodomontade. So while the following seems like bluster, know that, to the three-time major winner, it’s anything but.
Unfortunately for the former Masters champion, people aren’t soon going to forget what happened on the 13th at Augusta National earlier this month.