The Oaks Course is a challenging track, with no winning score better than 14-under in the seven years that the Texas Open has been played there.
Even though the RBC Heritage comes the week after the first major of the season, we still have a pretty decent field on hand for this week’s event.
While playing on the bombers in golf DFS is never a bad idea, there is a little bit more nuance required this week at Harbour Town Golf Links for the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
By the end of the day on Sunday, somebody will have a photo snapped while wearing a green jacket as the champion of The Masters.
With a long Match Play event for some and a huge major on tap, we do have our weakest field in several weeks, but there are a lot of good values on the board and some strong contenders.
The appetizer before the main course is this week’s Houston Open at Golf Club of Houston on the outskirts of Humble, Texas.
A lot of players teeing it up for this week’s Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship will be unfamiliar names or names of players that are looking to get their first career victories.
Five big names will be absent from this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play event at Austin Country Club, but we’re still going to have a tremendous field on hand for this week’s action. In all, we’ll see 59 of the top 64 players in the world.
Tiger nearly followed Phil Mickelson by ending a long drought, but his second-place finish at the Valspar Championship was a sign that the Big Cat still has it. Now, we’ll see how he follows it up at this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Raise your hand if you thought Tiger Woods would be the betting favorite for a golf tournament in 2018. It just so happens to be Bay Hill, a place where Tiger has won eight times