U.S. team captain Tiger Woods selected some of the best golfers in America for this year's edition of the 2019 Presidents Cup at the Royal Melbounre Golf Club in Australia, but what would have happened if he could have chosen the best American golfers of all time? We posed that question to golf columnist Tommy Raymond and had him select a 12-man dream team full of legends and luminaries.
The 2019 Presidents Cup commences December 12 at Royal Melbourne in Australia. It will mark the third time that Royal Melbourne has hosted the event. It also hosted in 2011 (a U.S. victory) and to 1998 (still the only International win). There has been one tie (2003, in South Africa) in Presidents Cup history and the rest have been U.S. wins, including a 19-11 thrashing by the Americans at Liberty National in New Jersey two years ago.
The World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in Shanghai, China, will bring an end to the Asian swing on the PGA Tour. Rory McIlroy is favored to win the event, but keep an eye on Patrick Reed, who showed signs of life in the latter stages of the 2018-19 season with a 10th in the Open Championship to go along with a win in the Northern Trust and a tie for ninth in the Tour Championship.
The inaugural Zozo Championship begins the PGA Tour's first foray into Japan, as 78 players will take part at the Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club in Chiba, just east of Tokyo. The tournament also marks the return of Tiger Woods.
The PGA Tour moves from Napa to Sin City this weekend for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin. This year it takes place four weeks earlier than a year ago, and since the Presidents Cup is in the not-too-distant future, it probably has a better field than one might expect at this time of year. Among those making his 2019-20 season bow is world No. 1 Brooks Koepka, who appears here for the first time since finishing second in 2016.
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.
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.
The 2018-19 PGA Tour season will end Sunday, when the winner hoists the trophy for the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. The event offers plenty of intrigue thanks to a controversial new format.
The FedEx Cup switches to the BMW Championship at Medinah Country Club (No. 3 course) in Chicago this week for the penultimate leg of the playoffs.
One of the most consistent players on the PGA Tour right now is Charlotte, North Carolina native and 2012 U.S. Open Champion Webb Simpson, who has juicy odds of +2200 this week.