The Asian leg of the Fall Swing kicks off this week as The Tour makes its way over to Malaysia for the CIMB Classic. The course is TPC Kuala Lumpur, formerly Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club, which is a Par 72 course that’s right around 7,000 yards. The course
The new Tour season kicks off at its first stop, Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California. The course is a Par 72 that plays right around 7,200 yards.
The first major of the season is here with the Masters at the storied Augusta National Golf Club. The majors are the strongest field events with all the studs in play, and those options always make DraftKings lineup construction more interesting. This isn’t like the shootouts we have come accustomed to
The man that never wins, Paul Casey, got it done against Tiger Woods. On to the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida at Bay Hill Club and Lodge where all the buzz will be about Tiger.
Last week’s tournament was one for the ages. A hole out on the 18th hole by Justin Thomas made it interesting and led to a playoff win by Phil Mickelson, whose high ownership I mocked on Twitter. You win some, you lose some.
This week we travel to Club de Golf Chapultepec in Naucalpan, which is just northwest of Mexico City. This is the second year the event has been played here and last year there was a lot of sickness, most notably involving a withdrawal from the high-owned Henrik Stenson and the
We’re back! Coming off a two-week hiatus, the RotoViz picks are here to print some money for subscribers. The West Coast swing comes to a close with Bubba Watson shipping the Genesis for the third time in the last five years. So much for him being more worried
Last week was rough for the picks, especially with Ollie Schniederjans and Jhonattan Vegas missing the cut. I’m sure we will bounce back in a big way this week.
We stay in California this week for The Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, continuing the west coast swing. This event is another multi-course ordeal where the venue, Torrey Pines, has a North and South Course. The players play a round at each course on Thursday and Friday, and both rounds on
The Career Builder Challenge is hosted in sunny southern California, in the Coachella valley, where the sun’s out and the buns are out all year long. The tournament is played on three different courses, so it is going to be tough to rely on a course fit.