This weekend the PGA Tour returned to TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, CT for the Travelers Championship. With a packed field, the cut was set high at -4. In this article, we’ll go over which key players didn’t score well enough to make the cut.
5 players have withdrawn from the PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship due to coronavirus concerns.
The first major of 2020, the PGA Championship, will be held at TPC Harding Park in San Fransisco without any spectators in attendance.
This Thursday, the PGA Tour returned to the Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island for the RBC Heritage. Many players found success on the course these past few days, so much so, that the cut after day two was at -4. Naturally, with a cut so low, there are at least a few noteworthy players who missed it. Here are five key players who missed the cut at the RBC Heritage.
With European golfers like Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, and Justin Rose standing at the top of the world rankings as of late, we figured we would go over the top 5 Americans based on their performance since 2015.
Last year, there were many golfers new to the PGA Tour that had success in their first year. Viktor Hovland won the Puerto Rico Open this past February, and Matthew Wolff won the 3M Open in his third professional start last July. While both young golfers have had great starts to their career, their career statistics pale in comparison to that of Collin Morikawa.