Leading off for the Americans will be two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson and his buddy, 2012 U.S. Open champ Webb Simpson.
Webb Simpson had six birdies over his last nine holes for a 5-under 66 that made him the clubhouse leader at The Barclays.
Yes, Mother Nature is the boss, and it will help dictate what kind of Open we have at historic Merion Golf Club.
Golf’s governing bodies approved a rule Tuesday that outlaws the putting stroke used by four of the last six major champions, a move opposed by two major golf organizations that contend long putters are not hurting the game.
It’s unfair to label Bradley or any golfer who anchors their putter “a cheater.” And it’s unfair that after all these years the governing bodies are now looking to change the rules.
Golf fans are chomping at the bit, ready for the games to begin.
Can Tiger win another major? Perhaps, but the possibility can no longer consume our attention.
The two main stories that have emerged from this weekend’s exciting U.S. Open are as follows – Webb Simpson won and Tiger Woods lost. Boomer & Craig decided to dive a little further in and break down the Championship from a few different angles.
Jerry Recco was all over it this morning, updating the different directions which the Yankees and the Mets are currently heading in.
Boomer & Craig enjoyed a little 3-day weekend, so when they took their seats in the Allstate Studio just after 6 a.m., the Dynamic Radio Duo had plenty to talk about.
The Americans have set off in their bid to win a fourth straight Presidents Cup in gorgeous weather and before a massive gallery at Royal Melbourne.
Webb Simpson made three big putts, the last one giving him an unlikely win Monday in the Deutsche Bank Championship.