Zach Johnson survived one of the greatest final days in Open Championship history to lift the Claret Jug … so why was everyone we know rooting for someone else?
With all apologies to the U.S. Open and Chambers Bay, there’s nothing that can match an Open Championship at St. Andrews.
More than 100,000 local golf fans flocked to Chambers Bay in June, eager to see the world’s top professional golfers up close. In September, nearby Meadow Park [...]
As the U.S. Open recedes into the past, we turn our attention towards the region’s next major — the recently announced 2015 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Sahalee.
Point Quota A good game for large groups. First, all players throw a set dollar amount in the pot. Then, each player subtracts their handicap from 36 to determine their “Point Quota.” For example, a 10-handicapper would have a quota of 26. During the round, players earn 1 point for bogey, 2 for par, 4 for birdie and 8 for eagle. The player (or team) who beats their quota by the largest margin wins the pot!
So, you’ve hosted your first major championship … now what?
For Robert Trent Jones, Jr., the 2015 U.S. Open is a symphony 50 years in the making.
When Nick Taylor won his first PGA TOUR event, everyone was surprised — everyone, that is, except those who know him best.