Rory McIlroy tends not to play a tournament the week before a major. Then again, he tends not to miss three straight cuts.
Woods never broke par the last time the U.S. Open was played at The Olympic Club in 1998, though he was in the middle of changing his swing.
Mickelson closed with an 8-under 64, beating Woods by 11 shots in a one-sided showdown at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Phil Mickelson delivered the Sunday charge at Pebble Beach and made Tiger Woods’ road back look a lot longer.
Marking one of his earliest commitments to a PGA Tour event in years, Tiger Woods on Monday said he will open his U.S. season at Pebble Beach on Feb. 9, getting him back to the Monterey Peninsula.
Coming into this weekend Bill Haas was a long shot to win the FedEx Cup; but after 4 rounds in the 60’s and winning the TOUR Championship in a playoff, Haas is walking away with $11.4 million.
Luke Donald and Phil Mickelson have a real shot at winning the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup, but they might a little help from the top ranked FedEx Cup players.
Adam Scott is two rounds away from making a good year into a great year. Scott leads the Tour Championship, but would need FedEx Cup Point leader Webb Simpson to finish in the bottom half to have a chance at the FedEx Cup and the $10 million bonus.
Keegan Bradley loves the Atlanta area. Bradley is leading the TOUR Championship after the first round with a 6 under 64.
After years of consistent play and only won a few times on the PGA Tour, Matt Kuchar has put himself in a position to win the $10 million FedEx Cup bonus despite not winning a tournament in the playoffs.