Sang-Moon Bae is off to a great start in the 2015 season, second place in the FedExCup standings with a win at the Frys.com Open. But according to the South Korean news agency, the golfer has been denied an extension to his overseas travel permit, meaning he'll need to return to South Korea at the … Continue reading Sang-Moon Bae to Join Korean Military?
It's likely Sang-Moon Bae's parents told him growing up about the problem of waiting until the last minute to do things; but they likely never said anything about waiting until the final hole. Bae finished strong at the Wyndham Championship on Sunday, giving himself a six-spot boost in the final regular-season FedExCup standings, which was … Continue reading Sang-Moon Bae Makes FedExCup Field on Final Hole
The way Jordan Spieth's career arc is currently going, "the 2013 John Deere Classic" might one day be a trivia answer for the question, "What was PGA legend Jordan Spieth's first tournament victory?" It's hard not to like Spieth's game, particularly given just how good he's been in less than two years on the tour. … Continue reading Jordan Spieth Set to Defend First PGA Title
After missing the cut at three of the last four PGA events he has played in, Sweden's Jonas Blixt found his swing on Thursday, firing a 6-under 64 to open up a one-stroke lead at The Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Eight players are tied for second, one stroke back at 5-under, … Continue reading Sweden’s Jonas Blixt Leads at Greenbrier Classic
Tiger Woods' duties on the weekend ahead at the Quicken Loans National are now limited to those of a gracious host, considering he missed the cut at Congressional on Friday, struggling to a 4-over 75 on Friday to finish two rounds at 7-over. He was hardly the only big-name player on the wrong side of … Continue reading Two Aussies, Two Americans Tied at Congressional