Category Archives: PGA

Tap’s PGA Tour Roundup: 3 Things from Byron Nelson

With most of the elite players taking the week off from the PGA Tour, a few went down to Dallas for the AT&T Bryon Nelson. The tournament was played at Trinity Forest, a new course, that drew a variety of critiques from players and fans.

Five Questions from The Players Championship

So here’s the thing, I love golf. I’ve watched more golf in the past few years than I did when I was younger. Maybe, it’s DraftKings fault and when I’ m rolling good, I tend to watch more. That said, I’d love to write about

Wishing You A Happy Tiger Woods Day

Tiger Woods is set to tee off here as we publish with Justin Thomas at the Hero World Challenge. This is Tiger’s event in the Bahamas where 18 golfers play in a tournament that benefits the Tiger Woods Foundation. The greatest golfer of our generation

Louis Oosthuizen Knows How Lose In Style

Louis Oosthuizen is one of the better unknown golfers in the game of golf. If you watch the sport on a regular basis, you know the guy for sure and not surprised to see him on top of a leaderboard. A casual fan might not

Justin Thomas Continues His Breakout PGA Season

Justin Thomas is having himself one of the better years on the PGA Tour. He did not need a major championship to cap off a solid season, but he did that on Sunday with a nine under sparkling performance at Quail Hollow. Even though he

The Open Showcased Future of Sports TV Ads

Open Championship might have been one of NBC Sports’ finest hours in the past few years. NBC took The Open over from ESPN/ABC last year, and it’s been a welcomed changed with Golf Channel partnership, it’s been perfect. Jordan Spieth stole the show with an

Brooks Was Here: Koepka Dominates Back Nine

Brooks Koepka is about to become a household name. It’s a shame it took this long because he’s been a rising star for quite some time on the PGA Tour. But the calm, cool demeanor that Koepka shows off does not usually make for fan

Golf Purists Need To Shut Their Mouth

In 2017, it’s extremely trendy to blame millennials for killing things. ‘Millennials are killing bar soap’ or ‘Buffalo Wild Wings’ Erin Hills might be a millennial course, but golf purists are clamoring for the old U.S. Open. It’s embarrassing to watch these grown men lose

Blimps & E Coli: Erin Hills’ Rough Start

In any sport, a rookie season can be quite an up and down experience. Not everyone is going to have a Cody Belliger and Ezekiel Elliot-type start to their career. Erin Hills, as a golf course, is going through some rookie bumps. In the middle