Tiger Woods looked human again while Charley Hoffman looked anything but in opening up a lead at the Hero Word Challenge in The Bahamas. Hoffman shot a 70 on Saturday to take a 5-stroke lead over Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose. High winds cut down on the number of low scores over the first two … Continue reading Woods Struggles, Hoffman Soars at Hero
Jhonattan Vegas rallied past the field and shocked everyone to defend his title at the RBC Canadian Open Sunday, defeating Charley Hoffman with a birdie on the first playoff hole. It was truly a game of inches for the pair, who both finished at 21-under. Vegas bounced a shot off the bunker and onto the … Continue reading Vegas Repeats Win at Canadian Open
Two of the greatest current players to never win a Major, the Day 1 leader, and a Belgian giant comprise the four-way tie atop the leaderboard through 36 holes at The Masters. Day One leader Charley Hoffman shot three strokes worse on Friday than he had Thursday, dropping from from 7-under to 4-under where he's … Continue reading Four-Way Tie Atop Masters Leaderboard
Charley Hoffman, the American who looks more at home tapping a keg than a birdie putt, raced to a 4-stroke lead after 18 holes at The Masters on Thursday by firing a 7-under 65. He put the field in his rear view mirror with a four-birdie stretch between holes 14-17. William McGirt was the only … Continue reading American Hoffman Leads Masters After 18
Kevin Kisner fired a 4-under 68 to tied Charley Hoffman for the lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando on Sunday. After shooting 68-66 the first two days, Hoffman came back to earth with a 1-under 71. Kisner might have taken the out and out lead but he bogeyed 18 and collecting six birdies … Continue reading Kisner, Hoffman Tied at Palmer Invitational
American Charley Hoffman shot a 6-under 66 on Friday to take a 1-stroke lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at the halfway point. Just 1-over par through four holes, racked up seven birdies over the final 14 holes to slip past Argentina's Emilliano Grillo for the outright lead. Hoffman, 40, is in pursuit of his … Continue reading Hoffman Leads Palmer Through 2 Rounds
Charley Hoffman fired in a birdie putt on No. 18, right after playing partner Patrick Reed had done likewise, to win the Valero Texas Open Sunday in San Antonio. Hofman led by one stroke entering Sunday’s final round, but Reed slipped ahead by a stroke when he birdied No. 3 while Hoffman bogeyed it. The pair were knotted from 7 to 11 after Reed bogeyed the former, and Hoffman took the lead back with a birdie at No. 11. Each man had one birdie over the next six holes and Reed put the pressure of a playoff on by sinking his own putt at No. 18. Chad Collins finished third at 10-under, also shooting a 69. Five players, including 2014 FedEx Cup winner Billy Horschel,were tied for fourth at 9-under. It's the fourth win on the PGA Tour for Hoffman, and his first since the OHL Classic in 2014. It's the third time in four victories that he has won by a single stroke.