Posts tagged with: "Sony Open"

EPISODE 41: Are We Heading Toward 9,000-Yard Golf Courses? View More
Rory McIlroy led the PGA Tour in driving distance last season, averaging over 317 yards per drive. (Photo Credit: Craig Brough, Reuters)

EPISODE 41: Are We Heading Toward 9,000-Yard Golf Courses?

  The PostCast is back for 2018, and our first topic of conversation is an old debate that continues to resurface: Do professional golfers hit the ball too far? Do governing bodies need to limit distance to preserve layouts? Or do courses need to get longer to accommodate the powerful…

PostCast, Episode 2: Thomas On Fire, Ranking Sub-60 Rounds and More

PostCast, Episode 2: Thomas On Fire, Ranking Sub-60 Rounds and More

In this episode of the PostCast, Sean Fairholm and Cassie Stein talk to Global Golf Post insider Ron Green Jr. about Justin Thomas’ runaway victory at the Sony Open, some of the best sub-60 rounds in professional golf history and whether pay-by-the-hour golf will be a bad experiment or a…

BREAKING NEWS: Justin Thomas Shoots Seventh Sub-60 Round in PGA Tour History

BREAKING NEWS: Justin Thomas Shoots Seventh Sub-60 Round in PGA Tour History

Justin Thomas may not want to leave Hawaii anytime soon. One week after the 23-year-old won his third PGA Tour event at the SBS Tournament of Champions, Thomas carded an 11-under 59 in the opening round of the Sony Open at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii. His round auspiciously…

NEWS: Love Breaks Collarbone in Snowboarding Accident View More
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NEWS: Love Breaks Collarbone in Snowboarding Accident

The winning Ryder Cup captain is on injured reserve. Davis Love III broke his collarbone in three places earlier this week while snowboarding with his son, Dru, in Sun Valley, Idaho, GolfChannel.com reported Thursday. The 21-time PGA Tour winner was flown to Birmingham, Ala., where he underwent surgery at the…

Sony Open: Five Players to Watch View More
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Sony Open: Five Players to Watch

Having hopped from Maui over to Oahu, the PGA Tour’s first full-field event of 2016 begins Thursday with the Sony Open in Hawaii where we’re sure to get another dose of daydream-inducing glamour shots from the islands. Here are five players to keep an eye on at Waialae Country Club…