PGA Tour fans will be consumed with Tiger Woods' chase of a record-breaking 83rd win whenever the season resumes following the Coronavirus outbreak. In the meantime, a mini-tour legend continues to pile up wins at an even faster clip.
Most of the time, the outcome in golf is fickle. Often, there’s little rhyme or reason when it comes to the predictability of who is going to win. Andrew Landry? He’d missed seven of his previous eight cuts prior to this week’s American Express.
As his ball began drawing directly toward the water down the left side of the 18th hole at PGA West's Stadium Course, Scottie Scheffler had to wonder if he had just blown a prime chance at his first tour victory.
We interrupt your viewing of the latest 330-yard tee shot, and the constant harping about the ball going too far and tour events being pitch-and-putt contests, with the following public-service announcement.