WGC MATCHPLAY: While it may not be the preferred format of PGA Tour officials or TV executives who have to sweat out the big names making it to the weekend, I think most golf enthusiasts agree that the sport could use more match play events, and this week’s WGC Dell Matchplay is certainly an entertaining way to fill the dead time between the Florida Swing and the Masters.Read More
ARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONAL: Perhaps no man in the past century meant as much to the game of golf as Arnold Palmer, and the King’s legacy will be in the spotlight this week when the PGA Tour returns to his course, Bay Hill, to play his tournament, the Arnold Palmer Invitational.Read More
VALSPAR CHAMPIONSHIP: After a successful stop in Mexico, the PGA Tour skips across the Gulf this week to sunny southwest Florida, where a 144-man field will compete for a $6.3 million purse at the Valspar Championship.Read More
WGC MEXICO CHAMPIONSHIP: The world’s best golfers descend upon Mexico City this week, where they’ll be met by beautiful weather and one of the region’s most iconic courses– not to mention a $9.75 million purse– at the WGC Mexico Championship.Read More
HONDA CLASSIC: The PGA Tour’s Florida Swing kicks off this week with the Honda Classic, an event that has produced an impressive list of champions over the past few years but will have to do without the sport’s biggest names this time around, as world No. 7 Adam Scott is the highest-ranked player in the field.Read More
AT&T PEBBLE BEACH: The beautiful Monterey Peninsula gets its annual turn in the spotlight this week when the PGA Tour’s best and a whole host of celebrities and golfing dignitaries take to the region’s three most iconic courses for the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.Read More
PHOENIX OPEN: The PGA Tour returns to the desert this week for the Waste Management Phoenix Open, an event that has a long and storied history and has become a fan favorite in recent years thanks to the raucous atmosphere at the par-3 16th.Read More
FARMERS INSURANCE OPEN: The Torrey Pines stop, now known as the Farmers Insurance Open, has always been a highlight of the PGA Tour’s West Coast swing, but this year’s renewal is particularly noteworthy because of the presence of a certain 7-time champion with a predilection for red shirts and Perkins waitresses.Read More
SBS TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS: This week’s Tournament of Champions at Kapalua may not technically kick off the PGA Tour season anymore, but as the first event of 2017 and the first time in a while that we’ve seen a truly elite field, it still has that feel.Read More
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