Other than earning confirmation that there’s a reason why they call it “The Horrible Horseshoe” at Colonial, Friday went nicely for Graham DeLaet, who found himself a shot back of leader Matt Kuchar when play was halted at the Crowne Plaza Invitational.
Call it a Dallas re-run, only set in Fort Worth. But one week after warm temperatures and benign wind enabled the PGA Tour chaps to open with silly low numbers at the HP Byron Nelson Championship, similar conditions greeted players at Thursday’s opening round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.
For the first time in . . . well, perhaps forever . . . Johnson Wagner carried a yardage book at the Open Championship International Final Qualifying at Gleneagles -- mostly due to his unique and inexperienced caddie.
At 8 under, Martin Kaymer finished joint fifth at the HP Byron Nelson Championship. Though that doesn’t create headlines, here’s something surprising: It’s his first top 10 in an official PGA Tour stroke-play event since winning the 2010 PGA Championship.
Andres Echavarria has been racking up the frequent-flyer miles as he attempts to work his way into the U.S. Open, Open Championship and onto the Web.com Tour.
Tim Clark confirmed news that probably won’t come as a surprise to officials at the PGA Tour, U.S. Golf Association and R&A. “We do have legal counsel,” he said. “We’re going to explore our options. We’re not going to just roll over and accept this.”
The par-3 17th hole wreaked havoc on the field at the Open Championship qualifier at Gleneagles Country Club in Plano, Texas -- eventually helping decide the final three spots on Monday.
Having gone 72 grueling holes in vintage Texas heat and wind to secure his first PGA Tour win, Sang-Moon Bae chose not to play 36 more to try and secure an Open Championship spot on Monday.
You’ve seen plenty of scratchy third rounds, right? Well, Saturday wasn’t one of those days at the HP Byron Nelson Championship as Keegan Bradley held onto his lead and those in the lead groups continued to play well. Here are 5 Things you need to know.
It's easy to get a sense of why the great players tread carefully with their schedules - so many great tournaments, so little time. Plus: Players on courses they love and courses they don't, and more in this week's notes.