Jim Neveau, TGW Columnist In 2010, the Ryder Cup was won by the European side 14 1/2-13 1/2. It was one of the better competitions in recent memory, with the US unable to defend its title against an onslaught of talented Europeans that have promised to make the event compelling television for years to come. Graeme McDowell, Luke Donald, Rory [...]
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Way back in January, we thought the PGA Tour’s breakout star might be Dustin Johnson. Webb Simpson plugged along. Late in the year, the kid Keegan Bradley won our hearts and minds. Webb Simpson hung around. Now, at the end of the FedEx Cup season, when the big points and big money come out to play, a guy nobody much [...]
Last year, Charlie Hoffman shot a final round 62 to surpass the rest of the Deutsche Bank Championship field. Hoffman eased his way to victory, winning by five strokes. He was in prime position to capture the FedEx Cup, but Jim Furyk would go on to capture the Cup in 2010. Any player that wins a Fed Ex Cup playoff [...]
We’ll find out soon as the 2011 FedEx Cup playoffs get under way with The Barclays starting up today. 10 Million and a Tour Title is all that’s up for grabs – no pressure. – From Michael Buteau at Bloomberg.com Jim Furyk may face more difficulty trying to retain the FedEx Cup title and cash in another $10 million bonus when [...]