LONDON, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy will play in next week's British Masters after the four times major winner failed to qualify for the Tour Championship in Atlanta.
Trick-Shot connoisseur and winner of the RBC Heritage, Wesley Bryan, was slotted into the first group out as a single on Sunday morning at the BMW Championship and decided to race through in record time. He and his caddy worked out a...Show More Summary
The FedEx Cup finals are upon us and this weekend at East Lake will be the last chance for players to grab the season’s trophy and the $10 million dollar bonus. All 30 players are automatically qualified for the 2018 Masters, U.S. Open...Show More Summary
With a full season of tournaments and three playoff rounds under his belt, all Phil Mickelson had to do was drain one more shot to make the top 30 and play in the Tour Championship at East Lake. He needed to drain this chip on the 18th...Show More Summary
Rory McIlroy adds the British Masters to his schedule after failing to qualify for the Tour Championship in the US.
At 18 years old, Marc Leishman met his swing coach Denis McDade and joined the Victoria Institute of Sport in Australia, a government-funded program that has produced players like Geoff Oglivy and Stuart Appleby. Years later, McDade sees the hard work pay off as his student becomes one of the top players in the world. Show More Summary
A long and satisfying road for Marc Leishman takes him places he always hoped he could be
As the playoffs near their final round, players are gunning for their points to make it to the Tour Championship. The BMW Championship, that concluded on Sunday, gave Marc Leishman the redemption that he’s wanted since his collapse at TPC Boston two weeks ago. Show More Summary
Sept 18 (Gracenote) - The World Rankings 1. (1) Dustin Johnson (U.S.) 12.03 2. (2) Jordan Spieth (U.S.) 10.41 3. (3) Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 9.00 4. (4) Justin Thomas (U.S.) 7.94 5. (5) Jon Rahm (Spain) 7.70 6. (9) Jason Day (Australia) 6.60 7. (10) Rickie Fowler (U.S.) 6.58 8. (6) Rory McIlroy (Britain) 6.57 9. (7) Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 6.46 10. (8) Sergio Garcia
The FedEx Cup finish line is in sight: 30 players tee it up at East Lake with $10 million on the line
Chesson Hadley rallied to win the Albertsons Boise Open to put himself in position for fully exempt PGA Tour status halfway through the four-event Web.com Tour Finals
Nordqvist took the fifth and final major of the season by sinking a 4-foot putt for a bogey 5 on the soaked 18th hole, topping 102nd-ranked Brittany Altomare.
Episode 978 of “weird stuff you find on the golf course” is here. While entering Hidden Valley Country Club today I couldn’t help noticing the cheeseburger on the ground. I feel bad for whoever lost this cheeseburger. It looked good. #lostcheeseburger
Sept 18 (Gracenote) - FedEx Cup rankings 1. (1) Jordan Spieth (U.S.) 5421 2. (2) Justin Thomas (U.S.) 5081 3. (3) Dustin Johnson (U.S.) 4730 4. (7) Marc Leishman (Australia) 4084 5. (5) Jon Rahm (Spain) 3314 6. (6) Rickie Fowler (U.S.) 3197 7. Show More Summary