Golf: A way too early guide to the 2020 U.S. Open

On the Marty McFly heels of Rory McIlroy’s FedEx Cup conquest, we shift focus to future bet opportunity at the 2020 U.S. Open. Crank the speedometer up to 88 mph, grab your 2020 edition of the Grays Sports Almanac, and let’s see who will provide the plutonium power next year.

Four stories that defined the PGA Tour in 2019

The PGA Tour season concludes Sunday with the final round of the 2019 Tour Championship. We take a look back at the four storylines that shaped the season including Tiger Woods' improbable Masters victory.

Justin Thomas gets a head start at Tour Championship

Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club plays host to PGA's final surviving 30, all vying for Bobby Jones' Calamity Jane sterling silver putter (the Tour Championship trophy), not to mention the $15 million in FedEx Cup coinage.

PGA Tour: Cantlay a longshot play in The Northern Trust?

The PGA's top 125 survivors will try to channel their inner Jon Snow as they march on Liberty National Golf Course to see who can be crowned The King of The North, in Jersey City. The Northern Trust is the first of a three-headed monster of the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Who is equipped to handle the first challenge?

PGA Tour: WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational preview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ2yb1N4u3g&feature=youtu.be   Golf's St. Jude Invitational Trend Talk Coming off an exciting weekend, where Shane Lowry scored his first major win in last week’s Open Championship, the golf world will move focus to a new event in Memphis July 25-28. While the Irishman is expected to sit out the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind, nearly all of the world's top 50 players will compete in the revamped tournament, formerly known as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Previously hosted at [...]

Golf moves from Ireland to Memphis for St. Jude Invitational

In a quick turnaround, the PGA has sent the world's best from Ireland to Memphis, via Gate B43. A fleet of Ford Expeditions from Memphis International Airport ushered some of the best crusty-eyed top 50 golfers to TPC Southwind for this year's installment of the FedEx St. Jude Invitational. The World Golf Championships are renowned as an extension of the Majors, primarily given the B.B. King-sized purses, as well as caliber of talent. Who will best shake off the Portrush [...]

Who Do Ya Like Podcast: The Open Championship Preview with Garett Skiba

On this week's episode of the Who Do Ya Like Podcast over the BetAmerica Radio Network, Scott Shapiro welcomes back in Garett Skiba to discuss the final golf major of 2019, the Open Championship. Scott and Garett discuss their methodology for handicapping a tournament where there is little course history and the weather will be a huge variable. Then, the two analysts dive into the field starting with favorites Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka. They discuss the top of the [...]

Golf: The Open Championship preview

The oldest major championship in golf will display a deep field The host of this year's final major is the Irish club of Royal Portrush. Who was the previous winner of an Open Championship last held at Royal Portrush? None other than mad Max Faulkner, in 1951, the only other time the Open was held at the Northern Ireland course. The Englishman fought hard to stay in red figures to win with a 3-under 285. Since the late Mr. Faulkner [...]

The Open: Can Patrick Cantlay be the first winner since 1951 at Royal Portrush?

The Masters, PGA and U.S. Open were all won by Americans, and by sheer numbers, Americans will have a reasonable chance for a sweep. The 148th Open Championship begins Thursday, and for the first time in 68 years, it takes place outside of either Scotland or England, at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. Royal Portrush, a scenic course on the sea, is the only venue that has staged the Open outside of Great Britain. The course will be played at [...]

Will there be fireworks at the PGA Tour’s 3M Open?

The PGA Tour heads north for this week's 3M Open in Blaine, Minnesota. Formerly a PGA Champions Tour event with a tenure dating back to 1993, it recently changed hands to the younger firecrackers. So, as much as I yearn to see the 2018 winner (then known as the 3M Championship), Kenny Perry's diadem draw, he will be manning the grill this week. Who will Post-It low? After admitting he was a bit of a dud at the Travelers Championship [...]