The Masters: Round 3

www.masters.org Per my prediction, it turns out I would not be a good bookie to rely on in the gambling world. Then again, who can rely on the weatherman to predict accurate weather and temperatures (just kidding to any weathermen who read this site). Ok, so Immelman is 11 under, Tiger is 6 back with 18 to play. My prediction …

The Masters: Round 1

www.masters.org Beautiful weather and solid play took place during the first round of The Masters. The course won, in my opinion, by holding the majority of the players to even or worse, though a few slipped by with a victory against the course. Both Justin Rose and Trevor Immelman shared the lead at 68 (4 under par). Ian Poulter aced …

2 Major Championships are back!

Well well, look who is back. First and foremost, and the most important…Major Championships the golf blog is back with a new layout/design. Some new content has been added, but I also wanted to go with a cleaner design. better organize the photos and video sections, and try to start highlighting Major Championships related merchandise. I also plan on implementing …

U.S. Wins Presidents Cup | Wier slays Tiger

Robert Beck/SI Anyone who paid any attention to the President’s Cup before Sunday’s singles matches knew the U.S. had a huge chance of winning with a solid 7 point lead. They only needed 3 points to win the Cup and did so with roughly 4-5 matches still on the course. One of the biggest upsets of the day came between …

U.S. Leads Presidents Cup by 7 points

David Boily/AFP/Getty Images The U.S. team took a commanding lead in the President’s Cup through 3 days of competition. The U.S. currently leads by 7 points (US: 14 1/2, International: 7 1/2) going into Sundays Single’s matches. The U.S. lead through 3 days is the largest lead the Americans have had in 7 years. The Americans only need 3 wins …

Tiger Wins FedEx Cup | 1 Win away from Palmer

Tiger Woods did it. He skipped the first tournament (The Barclays) and went on to win the 3rd and 4th leg of the FedEx Cup (The BMW Championship and the Tour Championship) in awesome fashion. With 2 wins and a close finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship (won by Phil Mickelson), Tiger’s FedEx point total surpassed the entire field handing …

Tiger could shoot his worst round ever and still win

John Bazemore/AP All Tiger has to do on Sunday is make his teetime and yawn through the next 5 hours. Simple as that. Tiger holds a 12 shot lead over his closest FedEx Cup points competitor, Rory Sabbatini, and a 13 shot lead over Phil Mickelson. For Rory or Phil to stand a snowball’s chance in hell of winning the …