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Sep 2nd, 2015 Article

TPC Boston HILF

We’ve been studying the TPC Boston course, and have identified the 18th as the card wrecking Hell Hole. It will be interesting to see if we are proved right over the course of the competition. We also wanted to see if there was a softer side to the course. There wasn’t. But we do like the look of the par 3 11th. 

Sep 2nd, 2015 Article

Hell Hole Time

This week’s action moves to the Deutsche Bank at the TPC Boston. The course was originally designed by Arnold Palmer and built in 2003, but was then redesigned by Gil Hanse and Brad Faxon, the PGA Tour Player, in 2007. Their brief was to make the course blend more naturally into its New England setting. Here's what we think is going to be this tournament's Hell Hole.

Sep 5th, 2015 Article

Boston Birdie Blitz

Poults & Rickie in the mix as Spieth and Day go their separate ways...

Sep 8th, 2015 Article

Rickie Fowler wins in Boston

Rickie Fowler bagged his third PGA Tour victory with a one shot win over Henrik Stenson. Plus Jordan Spieth back to World No1!

Sep 4th, 2017 Article

Justin Thomas wins Dell Championship

PGA Player Of the Year in waiting Justin Thomas shot a final-round 66 to finish on -17, beating Jordan Spieth by three shots and Marc Leishman by four.  

Sep 17th, 2017 Article

Fedex Cup – Leishman goes wire to wire

Marc Leishman endured some tense moments at the BMW, but no one got closer than two shots, and the Leish birdied three of his final four holes to close out his second consecutive tournament.

Sep 3rd, 2017 Article

Sergio putts with driver after putter tantrum

First he smashes his putter to smithereens on a sprinkler head in at the fourth hole, and then he plays dancefloor Russian Roulette with everything in his bag...