At last week’s U.S. PGA Tour event along the Georgia coast, players were treated to a Southern lunch of fried chicken, black-eyed peas and collard greens at Sea Island Resort.
Stuart Appleby became the first non- U.S. golfer to match the PGA Tour’s record of 59 in winning the inaugural Greenbrier Classic.
Phil Mickelson holds a one-shot lead in the first round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, where he had seven birdies through his opening nine holes.
Jim Furyk became the sixth player to shoot a round of 59 in a U.S. PGA Tour event, going 12 under par in today’s second round of the BMW Championship.
Jim Furyk became the sixth U.S. PGA Tour player with a round of 59 in competition, achieving the feat during the second round of the BMW Championship.
Golf’s BMW Championship, the third of the U.S. PGA Tour’s four playoff events, is scheduled to be completed today after heavy rain in the Chicago area postponed the final round.
Paul Goydos became the fourth U.S. PGA Tour player to shoot a score of 59, with a 12-under-par round today at the John Deere Classic.
Charley Hoffman, Rory Sabbatini and two-time U.S. Junior Amateur champion Jordan Spieth headline a group of 55 golfers who earned spots in next week’s U.S. Open through 11 sectional qualifying events.
Tiger Woods will be grouped with Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose for the opening two rounds at the British Open as he seeks his first major golf championship since 2008.
Phil Mickelson gets his second chance this week to knock Tiger Woods off the top of the Official World Golf Ranking .