PGA Tour Events & Course Overviews, Players’ Betting Odds, and Fantasy Golf Picks by Range.
THE OVERVIEW La Quinta, California – The Desert Classic is a unique event in that the format includes a three-course rotation and a field cut after 54 holes instead of 36. The three courses in play this week are: The PGA West Stadium Course (7,113-yard, par 72, the Nicklaus Course at PGA West (7,159-yard, par 72), and the La Quinta Country
THE OVERVIEW Waialae Country Club, Honolulu, Hawaii – The second stop of 2019 takes the players to one of the more classic designs of the tour year. Waialae Country Club is a shorter-than-average course that will favor the best long-iron ball strikers. Wind has been a factor in the past, but the forecast for the tourney doesn’t call for anything over
THE OVERVIEW Albany Golf Club, The Bahamas – The course at Albany is a part-links style, part-desert style, Ernie Els design that will play as a 7,302 yard, par 72 this week. With five par 5’s, five par 3’s, and eight par 4’s, it is a bit unconventional and offers a variety of strategies when selecting players. The layout is defined
THE OVERVIEW Sea Island Golf Club, Seaside Course – The Seaside Course at Sea Island Golf Club is a par-70 links-style track that plays fairly short at only 7,005 yards. The fairways are relatively wide but have numerous bunkers in play off the tee, and due to the shortened length, many players will be clubbing down off the tee. The
THE OVERVIEW El Camaleon Golf Course, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico – The El Camaleon Golf layout is a Greg Norman design that winds through tropical jungle and mangroves and along oceanfront sand. The course this week will play as a 6,987-yard par 71 and consists of paspulum grass that some players tend to play really well on (I’m looking at you
THE OVERVIEW TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas, Nevada – The TPC Summerlin is a par-71, 7,255- yard track laid out just below stunning red rock foothills on the west side of Las Vegas, Nevada. The course winds over and through numerous jagged-rock canyons and features lots of elevation change, big greens, some elusive fairways, and plenty of risk/reward situations. All together,