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Apr 21st, 2021 Article

Five better uses for PGA’s $40 million

We thought it was a joke but apparently not. According to , the PGA Tour will hand $40 million via its Player Impact Program to the world’s top players in bonuses. The program has been set up to “recognize and reward players who positively move the needle.”

Apr 19th, 2021 Article

Cink rolls back the years at The Heritage

Tour veteran Stewart Cink rolled back the years to take his third RBC Heritage title on Sunday, almost 21 years to the day from his first. The 47-year-old carded a final-round one-under-par 70 to register a second victory of the season, having won the season-opening Safeway Open back in September.

Apr 5th, 2021 Article

Speith end the drought with Texas Open win

After a wait of almost four years Jordan Speith finally taster victory again at the Valero Texas Open on Sunday. The American who had shown signs of a return to form over recent weeks had not won on the PGA Tour since he lifted the Open trophy at Birkdale in 2017. The fact he was playing in his home state of Texas made the win even sweeter for the 27-year-old.

Apr 4th, 2021 Article

Wallace and Speith share lead in Texas

England's Matt Wallace and a resurgent Jordan Speith share the lead at the Valero Texas Open. Both players shot five-under-par third rounds of 67 to sit two clear of third place, Charlie Hoffman, on twelve-under-par.

Mar 26th, 2021 Article

WGC Dell Technologies Mach Play guide

Kevin Na is out after his loss against Adam Long on Thursday, but the group is wide open following Dustin Johnson and Robert MacIntyre's halved match. If both Johnson and MacIntyre win their games it is off to extra holes. It's going to a straight shoot out between Kevin Kisner and Matt Kuchar as both Justin Thomas and Louis Oosthuizen are eliminated after losing on day two.

Mar 25th, 2021 Article

Poults not a fan of WGC Matchplay format

Ryder Cup star Ian Poulter got off to a great start to the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play duffing up an out of form Rory McIlroy 6&5 before declaring he found the format “annoying”. Poults would prefer a return to the traditional format where if you lose, you go home.

Mar 25th, 2021 Article

McIlroy struggles at WGC Dell Technologies Match Play

It was a day of upsets at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play. Bryson DeChambeau's loss to Frenchman Antoine Rozner was the shock of the day closely followed by the hefty defeat Rory McIlroy suffered at Ian Poulter's hands.

Mar 8th, 2021 Article

DeChambeau outmuscles Westwood at Bay Hill

On a tricky final day at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, Lee Westwood came agonisingly close to taking the title. In the end, it was Bryson DeChambeau with his massive hitting that nipped in to take the title by one shot.

Mar 5th, 2021 Article

McIlroy shares the lead at Bay Hill

Rory McIlroy and Canadian Corey Conners lead after round one of the Arnold Palmer Invitational from Bay Hill. The pair opened with a six-under-par 66 to lead by a shot from Bryson Dechambeau.

Mar 1st, 2021 Article

Emotional Grace takes the Puerto Rico Open

South Africa’s Branden Grace produced a stunning finish to win his second PGA Tour title in the Puerto Rico Open. He credited inspiration from his late father for his superb finish of eagle, bogey, which stole the trophy away from Jhonattan Vegas.

Mar 1st, 2021 Article

Collin Morikawa cruises to WGC victory

Collin Morikawa closed with a three-under-par 69 to clinch a three-shot victory at the World Golf Championships-Workday Championship at The Concession Club in Florida. After an early slip up with a bogey at the 2nd hole, Morikawa was flawless after that as he covered the remaining sixteen holes in four-under.

Feb 8th, 2021 Article

Koepka bounces back to take Phoenix Open

It was a resurgent Brooks Koepka on Sunday at the Phoenix Open. After an eighteen-month battle with knee and hip injuries and missed cuts in his last three events the former world number one proved the doubters wrong.