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  1. I found the important info for you
  2. The final event of the PGA Tour regular season comes to North Carolina this week. FedEX Cup Points:500 Purse: $6,400,000 with $1,152,000 going to the winner Course: Sedgewick CC a Donald Ross design that's a par 70 of 7126 yards. It opened in 1926. OWGR: projection of 50 first place points to the winner up from 44 last year. While players will be battling it out to make the FedEX Cup field of 125, there is less pressure this year as all current PGA Tour members have had their exempt status extended a year. There is also the little matter of the Wyndham Rewards Bonus for finishing in the Top 10 in the FedEX Cup standings at the end of this event. Four of the current top 10 are in the field trying to increase their share of the $10,000,000 bonus pool. While several others are playing to have a shot at moving into the top 10. There will also be a Wednesday event again on the Golf Channel as Jason Kokrak and Pat Perez take on Charl Schwartzel and Branden Grace in the Wyndham Rewards Challenge current field: https://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/wyndham-championship/field.html FEATURED GROUPS Brooks Koepka/ Jordan Spieth/ Justin Rose Webb Simpson/ Sungjae Im/ Brendon Todd Sergio Garcia/ Brand Snedeker/ JT Poston (our Defending Champion) Patrick Reed/ Paul Casey/ Shane Lowry
  3. If you ever feel worried about Europe's chances watch this.... https://youtu.be/7-kxODwKATo...and know they got your back.
  4. The OWGR seems to agree with you. Majors: 100 first place points TPC: 80 WGCs/ Fed Ex Cup Playoff: 70s Memorial/ Bay Hill/ LA Open: 60s standard PGA Tour event: 50s Is that about the margin you're thinking of?
  5. We only talk about the pros we hate.
  6. The next four PGAs after Frisco all have a US Open pedigree. Olympic, Baltusrol, Southern Hills and Congressional
  7. The Euros could have shown up next month with the Hojgaard brothers, Hovland, Detry, any three Frenchmen, any three Austrians, Ian Poulter and Miguel Angel Jimenez and I'd still bet on Europe to win.
  8. and to the future 2020 Winged Foot vs. Harding Park: Winged Foot is a vastly superior course, but will they go with the ultra hard set up? 2021 Torrey Pines vs Kiawah Island: A firmer faster Kiawah in May? 2022 The Country Club vs. Trump National: a terse "no comment" was issued 2023 LACC North vs. Oak Hill: I'm looking forward to seeing the pros against LACC 2024 Pinehurst #2 vs. Valhalla: no contest 2025 Oakmont vs. Quail Hallow: if the R&A can host their event at Muirfield this year that would be spiffy 2026 Shinnecock vs, Aronimink: set it up like you did for Pebble Beach then see if the wind shows up 2027: Pebble Beach vs. unbuilt course in Frisco Texas: this turned into a US Open rout rather quickly
  9. And by the time the concept really took hold, Arnie was done winning majors.
  10. I agree but I sense a vibe from the OP's question.
  11. If you tossed out the minimum divisor, Collin Morikawa would be #1 in the OWGR by about a twenty percent margin over the field.
  12. Twins have us seeing double and 25 other intriguing storylines heading into U.S. Amateur
  13. Jerry Pate, Hal Sutton, Justin Leonard, the future is hard to see.
  14. For the third year in a row, the United States Amateur comes to one of America's great resort courses. The main course used will be Bandon Dunes with Bandon Trails being used as the other course for stroke play on Monday and Tuesday. tee times: https://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/championships/2020/u-s--amateur.html#!tee-times The number of golfers has been cut from 312 to 264. "tv" Due to the USGA switching from Fox to NBC everything will either be on Golf Channel or NBC's new streaming service Peacock. Golf Channel will have coverage on Wednesday-Friday from 7-9 pm EDT (since it's on the west coast) Saturday and Sunday coverage will be from 7-10pm EDT Andy Ogletree is the defending champion. He is the first US Amateur to defend his title since Gunn Yang in 2015. The last man to successfully defend his title is, of course, Tiger from 1994-96. Also at stake are spots in the US Open. Six amateurs are already in and the USGA will add the next top 7 in the World Amateur Rankings to fill out the field. The rest of the spoils will have to wait for the 2021 tournaments.
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