PGA Tour Events & Course Overviews, Players’ Betting Odds, and Fantasy Golf Picks by Range.
THE OVERVIEW East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia – The PGA Tour is making its final stop for the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia. The final 30 players in the FedEx Standings are on hand to see who will take the big prize. The course is famous for its associations with Donald Ross and Bobby Jones and
THE OVERVIEW Aronimink Golf Club, Newton Square, Pennsylvania – The FedEx Playoffs move on to round three in Pennsylvania. The top 70 remaining players tee it up this week to decide who will be the final 30 moving on to play in the Tour Championship at East Lake. The pressure will no doubt provide plenty of spectacle and entertainment. Aronimink Golf
THE OVERVIEW TPC Boston, Norton, Massachusetts – The FedEx Playoffs continues with round two. The top 100 in rankings are at TPC Boston and only the top 70 at the end of the week will get to go on to the BMW Championship in Pennsylvania. This week, TPC Boston will play as a 7,342-yard, par 71 and it features wide-open fairways, fairly
THE OVERVIEW Ridgewood Country Club, Paramus, New Jersey – The first round of the Fed Ex Playoffs commences in New Jersey at the Ridgewood Country Club this week. 125 players start the week and only the top 100 will continue onto Boston. The course this week is a composite of the 27 holes at Ridgewood and will play as a 7,385-yard,
THE OVERVIEW Sedgewick Country Club (Ross Course), Greensboro, North Carolina – The tour moves on to North Carolina for the final event of the season. Last week was a fabulous one for golf, and saw bigger-than-average-TV-viewership ratings due to Tiger Woods competing on Sunday at the PGA Championship. This week, the field is a little less thrill-inducing, but should still provide
THE OVERVIEW Bellerive Country Club, Town and Country, Missouri – The tour arrives in Town and Country, Missouri this week for the final major of the year. Bellerive Country Club isn’t often visited by the tour, but it has been the site of some notable events in the past. Gary Player won the 1965 U.S. Open at Bellerive, Nick Price won