PGA Tour Events & Course Overviews, Players’ Betting Odds, and Fantasy Golf Picks by Range.
THE OVERVIEW Carnoustie Golf Links, Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland – Both tours converge on Carnoustie, Scotland this week where open golf is always legendary. Carnoustie Golf Links has been given the nickname The Beast and is also often referred to as Carnasty. It is known as being one of the most difficult courses for majors golf in the entire world. The fairways
THE OVERVIEW TPC Deere Run, Silvis, Illinois – This week the PGA is going to the TPC Deere Run, a parkland track set above the Rock River on the Illinois/Iowa border. The John Deere Classic has been held at Deere Run since 2000 and it is one of the easier courses the pros will see all year. The John Deere is
THE OVERVIEW The Old White TPC, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia – This week the PGA is visiting West Virginia in what is being dubbed “A Military Tribute.” The Greenbrier has been hosting this event since 2010 and the Old White TPC track will play as a 7,286-yard, par 70 this week, but it is at some elevation. The course features
THE OVERVIEW TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, Potomac, Maryland – A smaller PGA field moves down the coast for this week’s event at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm. The course this week, if it’s anything like last year’s set up, will be really challenging for the players and play as a 7,107-yard par 71. There’s water in play on eight holes,
THE OVERVIEW TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, Connecticut – The PGA Tour is going to Cromwell, Connecticut this week following a brutal event for the players who completed the weekend at the U.S. Open on a very tough course. The TPC River Highlands is playing as a 6,841-yard par 70 this week. For reference, that is 600 yards less (and the same
THE OVERVIEW Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton, New York – The 2018 U.S. Open is returning to the legendary Shinnecock Hills Golf Club for the 5th time spanning over three centuries. This week the course is going to play as a 7,445-yard par 70 and has been meticulously groomed to present what the USGA deems is “the ultimate test of golf.”