Posts tagged with: "Charl Schwartzel"

QUICK TAKE: Past Champions Remember Greatest Shots At Augusta

QUICK TAKE: Past Champions Remember Greatest Shots At Augusta

Through the years, The Masters has produced some of the most memorable shots in golf. There was Jack Nicklaus’ “Bear Tracks” putt on the 16th green in 1975, Larry Mize’s chip-in at No. 11 in 1987, Phil Mickelson’s 6-iron through the trees at No. 13 in 2012 and, of course,…

QUICK TAKE: Spanish Showdown Highlights Match Play Friday View More
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QUICK TAKE: Spanish Showdown Highlights Match Play Friday

AUSTIN, TEXAS – If you like match play because it’s a break from the routine of stroke-play tournaments, you had to love Thursday at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play because there was very little normal about it thanks to rugged, windy conditions. SCORES Here’s a look at what happened and…

NEWS: PGA Tour Season Renewed at Kapalua View More
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NEWS: PGA Tour Season Renewed at Kapalua

  LAHAINA, HAWAII – Perhaps it was on cue or perhaps it was just overdue but the sun came out Monday at the Plantation Course at Kapalua where the PGA Tour begins its 2017 schedule with the SBS Tournament of Champions Thursday. Normally, a sunny day on the west coast…

Five Players to Watch: Shell Houston Open View More
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Five Players to Watch: Shell Houston Open

Let’s take a moment to remember there is a PGA Tour event this week – the Shell Houston Open – even if it seems everything is about The Masters. It’s also worth pointing out the Houston Open has done a terrific job at repositioning itself on the Tour schedule and…

Schwartzel and Oosthuizen's Bad Hair Day

One question loomed large over Muirfield Village Golf Club after the first full day of Presidents Cup practice for both teams. What happened to Charl Schwartzel’s and Louis Oosthuizen’s hair? “I didn’t even recognize Charl when I walked in the room,” Ernie Els said. “Walked straight past him and I…

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With Low-Key Announcement, Frys.com Event Raises Profile

Even here in April, in the wake of a Masters overflowing with compelling storylines, Jeff Sanchez’s mind wanders toward October – and the burgeoning possibilities for his tournament, the Frys.com Open. Maybe you didn’t notice the news, tucked beneath the emergence of 14-year-old Guan Tianlang from China … and 50-somethings…