Chris Kirk produced a course-record-tying 62 at Kapalua’s Plantation Course in Monday’s final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. The round moved him from last place to an eventual tie for 14th.
Chris Kirk is coming off the season of his life, having won not once, but twice in 2013-14, including the McGladrey Classic, which he’ll try to defend beginning Thursday not far from his former home in Sea Island.
The PGA Tour's 2014-15 season begins Oct. 9 with the Frys.com Open -- just four weeks after Billy Horschel won the FedEx Cup title and two weeks after the Ryder Cup. Here's a preview of the 2014 portion.
Had the deadline for U.S. Ryder Cup qualifying ended after the FedEx Cup playoffs, Billy Horschel and Chris Kirk would've been automatic picks. Also, the player with the best cumulative score in the playoffs? Jim Furyk.
Each already a winner in this year's FedEx Cup Playoffs, Georgia's Chris Kirk and Florida's Billy Horschel jumped out to the lead in Thursday's first round at the Tour Championship with bogey-free rounds of 66 at East Lake in Atlanta.
Not only did Chris Kirk's victory at the Deutsche Bank make Kirk a front-runner for one of Tom Watson's captain's picks for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, but it also moved him into the top 25 of the Official World Golf Ranking.
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson will fill out his 12-man roster with three captain’s picks Tuesday night in New York. Here’s a look at the candidates and how we’re handicapping them heading into Watson’s announcement.
Chris Kirk used a final-round 65 to capture the Deutsche Bank Championship and firmly put himself on Tom Watson's radar as the Ryder Cup captain makes his wild-card picks on Tuesday night in New York City.
Chris Kirk fired a final-round, 6-under 65 to capture the Deutsche Bank Championship, and is now firmly in the picture for a Ryder Cup spot. Meanwhile, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood await their fates for the European Ryder Cup squad.
Plenty of Americans who visit the UK notice a big difference in the available cuisine. If you haven't experienced it (or perhaps if you have), here's a smattering of notable pros' first meals back in the U.S.
No. 5 Ben Hogan bracket seed Jim Furyk takes on Chris Kirk at 12:15 p.m. EST in the first round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play, with Furyk going after his first win since the 2010 Tour Championship and not too far removed from a 59 during last year's FedEx Cup playoffs.
Sang-Moon Bae fired off a 63 Thursday to lead the first round of the Sony Open on PGA Tour; Chris Kirk is just a shot back after some coaching; John Daly gets in the mix; plus more in our 5 Things to Know.
Experience didn't matter for much in the opening round at the Plantation Course, as two newcomers to the Hyundai TOC (Jordan Spieth, Michael Thompson) left tied for the lead with Chris Kirk (second appearance) and Webb Simpson (third appearance).