Here's a list of golfers celebrating birthdays over the last week. January 30 Hall of Famer Curtis Strange turns 60. Strange won the US Open in both 1988 and 1989. Overall, he won 17 titles on the PGA Tour, as well as the 1988 PGA Player of the Year trophy. January 31 Seven-time Champions Tour … Continue reading Golf Birthdays: January 30 – February 3
First the bad news for Barclays champion Hunter Mahan. Only one golfer in the seven-year history of the FedExCup has won both the first tournament of the four-week playoff and the overall title. That man? Vijay Singh, who won the Barclays and the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2008 en route to the title. Now the … Continue reading Barclays Win Guarantees Fat Check, Top 10 Finish for Mahan?
What's the only thing better than a 63 in the first round of a major PGA tournament? A second 63 in the fourth round. Camilo Villegas got just that on Sunday, using a gorgeous front nine to slice his way theough the Greensboro, North Carolina, course for his second 8-under 63 of the weekend, rallying … Continue reading Camilo Villegas’ Bookend 63 Deliers Wyndham Title
Shooting 65 is the way to the top of the Wyndham Championship leaderboard. Both Scott Langley and Heath Slocum shot a 65 for the second straight day to surge to the top of the tournament leader board in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Friday. The two are tied at 10-under, but have a scant 1-stroke over … Continue reading 65s See Slocum, Langley Atop Wyndham Board