Presidents Cup participants Matt Kuchar, Webb Simpson and Adam Hadwin will be in the field along with International assistant KJ Choi in the last official PGA TOUR event before this year’s competition. Lanto Griffin, who currently tops the FedExCup standings, will be looking to continue his fantastic fal. Per usual, The RSM Classic field will be chock-full of local residents including Patton Kizzire, Zach Johnson, Harris English, Hudson Swafford, Jonathan Byrd and J.T. Poston, among other. Past champions Mackenzie Hughes, Robert Streb, Austin Cook, Ben Crane, and Kevin Kisner will be looking to rekindle some old magic. Sebastian Munoz and Brendon Todd join Griffin as fall winners in the field in Georgia.
This week the PGA Tour comes to Japan for the first time for the Zozo Championship. Tiger Woods will play and will be joined by some of the world’s top players including last week’s winner Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy. Users can bet on whether Thomas, McIlroy or Woods will win with fixed odds by clicking this link or scrolling to the Misc Category.
This week is the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open with World Number 1 Brooks Koepka in the field. The favorites this week include Koepka, Cantlay, and DeChambeau. Click here to view our fantasy contests this week.
It was just Cameron Champ’s second event as a full-fledged PGA TOUR member, but it was a memorable one. After birding five of his final six holes, Champ, then 23, won last year’s Sanderson Farms Championship by four shots over Corey Conners.
While there are no fantasy contests this week because of the Ryder Cup, we still have some golf action. Click Here to view our open golf bets. Users can choose to bet on the Ryder Cup winner in a parimutuel pool we posted several weeks ago, but we’ve also posted fixed odds on the tournament winner. At the time of writing USA is the favourite with an implied 57% chance of winning.
6:11 AM ET Bob HarigESPN Senior Writer Close Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University ATLANTA — Phil Mickelson never matched par in his four rounds and finished last in the 30-man field at the Tour Championship, a final tuneup for the Ryder Cup next week in France.
The PGA Tour Championship happens this week at East Lake and big money is on the line. In addition to the prize pool for this tournament ($9 million purse) the Fedex Cup will also be awarded ($32 million purse).
FedExCup points leader Bryson DeChambeau headlines the 30-man field that will determine the season champion, as the FedExCup Playoffs once again wrap at Atlanta’s historic East Lake Golf Club. Justin Rose, Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson and defending champion Justin Thomas round out the five players who can lay claim to the $10 million end-of-season bonus simply by winning the TOUR Championship.
The FedEx Cup moves from Philly to Atlanta for the Tour Championship and some more DraftKings PGA action. The FedEx Cup playoffs will be decided, and a champion will be crowned! Bryson DeChambeau enters the tournament with the top seed after winning The Northern Trust and the Dell Technologies!
We’ve posted some Ryder Cup 2018 pools, and users are encouraged to post their own Ryder Cup pools using our create contest functionality. To create your own Ryder Cup pools, login to your CoinRoster account, click the CREATE CONTEST link in the main menu, and then choose MISC as the contest type. From this menu, you can enter in the specific details of your Ryder Cup parimutuel pool. Make sure to create a logical outcome and a pool that considers the specific dates the Ryder Cup will take place.
U.S. Ryder Cup bubble watch: Tiger Woods a lock, Brandt Snedeker’s rising stock and what to do with Phil Mickelson – Golf Digest
Only three weeks remain for aspiring United States players to make their case for the four remaining spots on the 2018 Ryder Cup. Captain Jim Furyk will announce three of his picks after the Dell Technologies Championship, with the final slot filled at the BMW Championship’s conclusion.
Fleetwood finds himself grouped for a second time this year alongside Woods for tomorrow’s start to the Northern Trust and the opening event of the ultra-lucrative FedEx Cup Play-Off Series in Paramus, New Jersey.
Tiger returns to the Fedex Cup playoffs this year for the first time in five years and it begins this week at the Northern Trust. As the 12th edition of the FedExCup postseason begins, points leader Dustin Johnson and No. 2 Justin Thomas top the marquee for Ridgewood Country Club’s fourth turn in hosting the FedExCup Playoffs opener. Read More
Rory McIlroy has withdrawn from the tournament.
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The FedEx Cup Playoffs begin with the Northern Trust as the leading golfers on the PGA Tour enter the lucrative final series of events, leading to the Tour Championship and the $10m bonus. Golfshake’s Derek Clements looks ahead to this week, and the players hoping to make a significant run for the prize.
Introduction The 2018 FedEx Cup Playoffs start this Thursday with The Northern Trust. PGA Tour golfers have been battling for FedEx cup points throughout the first 42 events of the golf calendar, and now only 4 events remain.
The PGA Championship comes to Middle America for its 100th edition this week, as Justin Thomas undertakes his first major title defense against a Bellerive lineup headlined by FedExCup frontrunner Dustin Johnson and one of the year’s deepest fields.
Jordan Spieth takes his second crack at completing the career Grand Slam, which would make him the second-youngest to accomplish the feat behind Tiger Woods. And speaking of Woods, the four-time champion is back for the first time since 2015. Read More
Aaron Doster/USA TODAY Sports By: Geoff Shackelford | August 5, 2018 7:17 pm The 100th PGA Championship begins Thursday at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis, Mo. Defending champion Justin Thomas enters the final major tournament of 2018 riding a serious green wave, having won the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational convincingly on Sunday.
The 2018 PGA Championship is here, and we have an event overflowing with storylines. Everything from a single season often seems to converge upon the PGA Championship as it is the last major of the season (this year for the last time), and multiple players, stories and themes come to a head there as the season hurtles for the FedEx Cup Playoffs and the Ryder Cup.