Much of the attention on Thursday went to the likes of Tiger Woods, but Muirfield Village was the biggest star.
Sure, the Tour’s bombers tend to fare well at TPC Scottsdale. But Mark Wilson, the 2011 Phoenix champion, proves that winning golf can come in many shapes and sizes. Keep that in mind as you predict a winner.
Hate To Be Rude: Mark Wilson, underwhelming in appearance and overachieving on Tour, plays up in weight class with golf's heavy hitters
Toy Box notes: Mark Wilson won the Humana Challenge with the newest Ping clubs, while Robert Garrigus showed off a new Scotty Cameron putter.
Mark Wilson finished the Humana Challenge's wind-delayed third round at 21-under par Sunday, taking a three-stroke lead over four golfers into the final round later in the day.
Mark Wilson captured his second PGA Tour event of the season on Monday, beating Jason Dufner in a playoff to win the Phoenix Open.
Tommy Gainey had a pair of bogeys before play was halted for darkness Sunday, giving Packers fan Mark Wilson a two-shot lead in Phoenix.
A Monday finish in Phoenix is just fine with second-place Mark Wilson. He can now watch his beloved Packers in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
You might say Mark Wilson predicted his victory in the Sony Open.
In a 36-hole finale at Waialae Country Club, Mark Wilson closed with 67 and emerged as the winner of the Sony Open on Sunday.
Wilson Golf renewed its endorsement deal with PGA Tour player Ricky Barnes, hoping it will help bridge a younger generation of golfers with its storied past.
Nothing like waiting until the last minute. Mark Wilson birdied his final four holes Friday at the Phoenix Open to take a share of the lead with Camilo Villegas.
Mark Wilson is in basically the same position he was a year ago at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.
Tiger Woods is winless in the FedEx Cup playoffs, but he shares the 36-hole lead at the BMW Championship with Mark Wilson.