This Week In Golf: 5 Golfers Who Can Win The FedExCupThe 2015-16 PGA Tour season and FedExCup culminate with the Tour Championship at East Lake. Who still has a chance at the title?
This Week In Golf: Patrick Reed Takes The Barclays To Open FedExCup PlayoffsIn a leaderboard with a lot of talent in the Top 10, it was Patrick Reed who emerged with the victory in the Tour's first FedExCup playoff event of the 2015-2016 season. Reed shot 66-68 in the first two rounds and then hung on over the weekend at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York, to earn $1.53 million for the win. Defending champion and No. 1-ranked Jason Day finished in fourth place, two strokes behind Reed, while Jordan Spieth finished in a tie for 10th place.
This Week In Golf: Patrick Reed Takes The Barclays To Open FedExCup PlayoffsPatrick Reed emerged with the victory at The Barclays, the Tour's first FedExCup playoff event of the 2015-2016 season.
Patrick Reed Overcomes 2-Shot Deficit To Capture The BarclaysPatrick Reed picked up two victories in one day.
Patrick Reed Builds 2-Shot Lead At BarclaysPatrick Reed's place in the Ryder Cup is looking better with each round at The Barclays, and so are his prospects of winning.
Reed Shoots 5 Under To Share Lead With Laird At BarclaysTwo days after Reed broke the gavel during the ceremonial closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange, the American kept a clean card and shot 5-under 66 to share the lead with Martin Laird at The Barclays.
Mickelson Just Misses Major Championship-Record 62, Leads British OpenPhil Mickelson is the 26th player in major championship history to shoot a 63. And he has reason to be disappointed.
This Week In Golf: Hoffman Wins Valero Texas Open With Clutch BirdieCharley Hoffman edges out Patrick Reed to win Valero Texas Open on the last hole, after Ricky Barnes blows lead with a final-round 74.
Spieth Makes A Move On Day 2 At Chambers BayMasters champion Jordan Spieth is halfway home from the second leg of the Grand Slam. It sure feels a lot farther away in this U.S. Open.
Silverman: Masters Glory On Tap For Rory, Bubba Or Adam – But Not TigerThis time around, McIlroy, Scott, Bubba or Spieth could come up with the highlight that lasts a lifetime. But it won’t come from Woods.
Liguori: American Rookies Spieth, Reed Shine In Early Fourballs CompetitionLeave it to two Ryder Cup rookies, 21-year-old Jordan Spieth and 24-year-old Patrick Reed, to shine brightly in the very first competition of the Ryder Cup: the fourballs competition, which started Friday morning.
Liguori: Will Rookies Steal The Spotlight At This Year's Masters?Don’t fret. Even with you-know-who out of the Masters for the first time ever, there are many other exciting scenarios and players in the field.