The PGA Tour kicks off the 2019 calendar year with its usual stops in Hawaii. First up, is the Plantation Course at Kapalua for the Sentry Tournament of Champions. If you’re interested in a deeper dive into the course and key stats to target this week, check out the course
We’re back stateside again this week for the eighth installation of the RSM Classic. It’s a bit of a different week as golfers will play two courses in the same event. The field will head to the Sea Island Resort to play both the Seaside and Plantation courses. They’ll play both
The Tour is heading back stateside to St. Simons Island in Georgia after a week in Mexico. It’s a split week for the golfers where everyone in the field will play both the Seaside and Plantation course before the cut happens on Friday night. Then, they’ll turn their attention to
The Tour makes its way south of the border to El Camaleon Golf Course for the Mayakoba Golf Classic this week. If you’re curious as to how the course has played historically and want to dive into the stats, check out yesterday’s article.
The Tour goes from the desert of Las Vegas to the border of the jungle and beach in Playa Del Carmen. The field will make their way around El Camaleon Golf Course this week. It’s a par 71 that plays just a shade under 7,000 yards. There’s a lot to
The Tour converges between China and Mississippi in the middle of the desert at TPC Summerlin in Nevada this weekend. For a more in-depth look at the course and which stats we’re targeting this week check out yesterday’s article.
For the first time in a while, the main slate for PGA on DraftKings is a cut event. The Tour converges between China and Mississippi in the middle of the desert at TPC Summerlin in Nevada.
The tour is staying in Asia for another week as they turn their attention towards China for the World Golf Championships – HSBC Champions. This event has been held here since 2014, but, as with the past few weeks, ShotLink doesn’t make the trip. That means we don’t have a
The Tour is leaving Malaysia for Jeju Island, South Korea for the second iteration of the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. Nine Bridges is a par 72 course that plays just a shade under 7,200 yards. With just one year of data and no distance tracking, it’s hard to make
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