The track at PGA National is one of the toughest on tour, but we have seen a wide array of players take down the title here. It’s one of those weeks when you really need to dig and that’s exactly what we’re going to do.
The PGA Tour keeps rolling right along with this week’s edition of the Honda Classic. The players will make the cross-country flight from Los Angeles to the Sunshine State for this week’s event at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
A really outstanding field for this week’s Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club should provide a lot of excitement. A loaded field like this also provides a lot of value in the golf daily fantasy marketplace.
This is one of the oldest PGA Tour events. It started back in 1926 as the Los Angeles Open and was played under that name until 1995 when Nissan, a title sponsor since 1989, dropped Los Angeles from the name. We’ve got a strong field for this week, though one notable name is not going to tee it up.
This is a very large field of 156 players and a tournament played on three different courses, where weather and coastal winds can wreak havoc. Be smart and responsible this week with a lot of options.
This is one of the most unique events on the PGA Tour because the pros play alongside the amateurs, but only the pros are eligible to win this event and the prize money.
Everybody is excited about the Super Bowl, but the party this week really starts on Thursday with the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The party atmosphere at TPC Scottsdale creates one of the most unique events of the PGA Tour season
If you don’t like the Waste Management Phoenix Open, you either hate fun, hate golf, or both. This is one of the most enjoyable events on the PGA Tour calendar because it defies all of the rules and etiquette of golf.
Some of golf’s best, like Dustin Johnson and Jason Day, are in this event, but it also marks the return of Tiger Woods, so that merits watching. As always, our quest in these golf daily fantasy articles is to look for the top value picks on the board.
This weekend’s Farmers Insurance Open has a star-studded field and a lot of storylines. Torrey Pines Golf Course hosted the 2008 U.S. Open and will host the 2021 U.S. Open, but this weekend’s event has some similarities to the field of a major.