Solheim Cup

Juli Inskter and the US Solheim Cup team quest for a three-peat came up just short in one of the most exciting Solheim Cups in recent history. The teams came into Sunday Singles tied at 8 with Team USA needing 6 points while Team Europe needed 6.5. Team Europe wouldRead More →

Solheim Cup

The US Team has tied the Solheim Cup coming into Sunday Singles. In the afternoon Foursomes, the US team grabbed 2.5 points despite resting their two best players, Nelly and Jessica Korda. United States Europe Prediction Danielle Kang Carlota Ciganda Europe Nelly Korda Caroline Hedwall Halve Lexi Thompson Georgia HallRead More →

Solheim Cup

The Solheim Cup moves to Day 2 afternoon fourballs with Team Europe up 6.5-5.5 Morning Foursomes: Match 13: Britanny Altomare/Annie Park (US) vs Suzann Pettersen/Anne Van Dam (Eur)Prediction: United States Match 14: Lexi Thompson/Marina Alex (US) vs Jodi Ewart Shadoff/Carolina Masson (Eur)Prediction: United States Match 15: Ally McDonald/Angel Yin (US) vsRead More →

Solheim Cup

Team Europe leads Team USA 4.5-3.5 but you would’ve never known it by how Friday’s Fourballs ended. Down in the last two matches, Team USA got two of the biggest putts to halve both matches. If Team USA ultimately win the Solheim Cup, Lexi Thompson and Brittany Altomare’s putts mightRead More →

Solheim Cup

Team Europe comes into the afternoon fourballs with a 2.5-1.5 lead over Team USA. Georgia Hall/Celine Boutier and Charley Hull/Azahara Munoz captured the points for the Europeans. The Korda sisters got the lone American point while Morgan Pressel/Marina Alex-Carlota Ciganda/Bronte Law match was halved. Afternoon Fourballs: Match 5: Danielle Kang/LizetteRead More →

Solheim Cup

We are less than 24 hours away from the first tee shot of the Solheim Cup. Gleneagles will be host as the Americans are trying to go back-to-back for Captain Juli Inkster. This is the third straight Solheim Cup that Inkster is representing the US as captain. What makes thisRead More →

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Where: Magna Golf ClubWhen: Aug 22 – Aug 25Defending Champion: Brooke Henderson In 2018 Brooke Henderson became the first Canadian to win the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open in 45 years.   View this post on Instagram   You got this, @BrookeHendersonGolf! Canada believes in you 🇨🇦💪 #CPWO #CloserToTheGame A post shared by CPRead More →

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Where: East Lake GCWhen: Aug 22 -Aug 25Defending Champion: Tiger Woods Woods didn’t qualify this year but there are still some great stories. Justin Thomas comes into the Tour Championship sitting in the cat bird’s seat. This year’s Tour Championship will be the first under the new system. Patrick Cantlay,Read More →

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The PGA Tour is down to it’s final event as the top 30 in the Fed Ex standings prepare for East Lake. It’s very easy to talk about who isn’t playing. There will be no Tiger Woods. No Jordan Spieth. No Phil Mickelson. What the TOUR championship can do isRead More →