This year’s event at TPC River Highlands is a short trek from Shinnecock Hills on Long Island, so eight of the top 15 in the Official World Golf Ranking are on hand.
The 2018 US Open is at Shinnecock Hills, a place that has been anything but a scorer’s paradise in the past. How will it play in 2018?
The next major of the golf season is here as the players get set to tee it up at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club on Long Island. The US Open returns to Shinnecock for the first time since 2004
The Bridgestone Invitational will become the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and will move to August. For now, it is the final tune-up event for next week’s US Open at Shinnecock Hills, which is why we have a watered-down field on hand.
Only four of the top 20 players in the Official World Golf ranking and just 13 of the players that have qualified for the US Open will be on hand at this week’s FedEx St. Jude Classic at TPC Southwind in Memphis.
For most PGA Tour players, there is one big tune-up left on the calendar before the US Open at Shinnecock Hills. That is this week’s tournament at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio, known simply as the Memorial.
The Memorial Tournament at Jack Nicklaus’s golf course in Dublin, Ohio brings out a lot of the game’s top players and is a favorite event of many on tour.
Charles Schwab will take over the sponsorship rights next year, but this year’s tournament at Colonial Country Club is simply the Fort Worth Invitational.
The Fort Worth Invitational at Colonial is one of five tournaments given invitational status, which means that we’ll have a field of 120 players instead of 156 and that means that DFS players will have fewer players to handicap.