Monday, August 31

Jason Day Sizzles in New Jersey, Eyes No. 1 Ranking

By Brian Keogh

Brian Keogh is a golf correspondent for The Irish Sun and a contributor to The Irish Times, Golf Digest Ireland and other golf publications. The following excerpt from Brian’s Irish Golf Desk is used with permission.


News from Brian Keogh's
Irish Golf Desk.
JASON DAY CONTINUED HIS RED-HOT streak of form by making eight birdies in an immaculate 62 to win The Barclays by six shots from Henrik Stenson on 19 under par and move to No 1 in the FedEx Cup standings ahead of Jordan Spieth, who missed the cut.

It was Day's fourth win of the season and his third in four events following his RBC Canadian Open victory and breakthrough major win at the US PGA. And he now has a chance to become world No 1 and take over from McIlroy, who relieves Spieth of top spot today despite skipping the first Playoff event.

McIlroy will begin the Playoffs in 15th place and both he, Spieth and Day are expected to tee it up in Boston in an event that will now have the added spice of the world No 1 race.

"I am just excited about the competition and I think it is going to be a lot of fun," said Day, who finished tied ninth in the US Open, tied fourth in the Open before winning the RBC Canadian Open and then followed a share of 12th in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational with back to back wins in the US PGA and The Barclays.

"I love being in contention. And I love playing against guys that are on fire. You kind of live for those moments ....

"I think I have the opportunity to get to No 1 if I play some good golf over the next three or four weeks. It's been a goal of mine but it's going to be tough to catch. Right now I am just going to focus on getting some rest and trying to play that golf course, which I absolutely love."

Brian Keogh covers golf for The Irish Sun and contributes to a variety of golf publications. Pay him a visit at Irish Golf Desk.

Friday, August 28

Snoopy Is Top Dog at Highland National Golf Course




From a Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) news release.

[CHARLES] SCHULZ DIED IN 2000, but his most famous cartoon character, Snoopy, lives on with a specially designed bunker on the 15th hole at Highland National Golf Course, the public course where Schulz caddied as a young boy and played golf throughout much of his life.

The character design was incorporated into the major course renovations that were completed in 2005.

"Charles Schulz was a huge figure in the St. Paul area and he loved golf," said Paul Miller, who collaborated on the course work with Garrett Gill.

"We wanted a way to honor his contributions to golf in the area, and Mrs. Schulz liked the idea. At first, we thought of doing a Snoopy-shaped pond, but the plans evolved into a Snoopy bunker. And it works to define the landing area of the hole."

The 15th hole is a 424-yard straightaway par-4, and the Snoopy bunker is clearly visible to traffic driving by on the neighborhood street.

Thursday, August 27

Golf on TV: The Barclays, Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic, Dick's Sporting Goods Open, D+D Real Czech Masters

The following edited content was supplied by Golf Channel in a news release.

PGA TOUR

The Barclays                  
Dates: Aug. 27-30
Venue: Plainfield Country Club, Edison, N.J.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday         2-6 p.m. (Live) / 9 p.m.-1 a.m. (Replay)
Friday              2-6 p.m. (Live) / 10:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. (Replay)
Saturday          1-2:30 p.m. (Live) / 10:30 p.m.-3 a.m. (Replay)
Sunday            Noon-1:30 p.m. (Live) / 10:30 p.m.-3 a.m. (Replay)

On CBS (Eastern):
Saturday: 3-6 p.m.
Sunday: 2-6 p.m.

Broadcast Notes

Kicking off the FedExCup Playoffs: The PGA TOUR 2014-15 regular season concluded last week after 43 events and the top-125 in the FedExCup standings earned their 2015-16 PGA TOUR cards and became eligible to compete in the Playoffs. 121 players are currently in the field this week, and the top-100 in the standings following Sunday’s final round will be eligible to compete in next week’s Deutsche Bank Championship near Boston.

Mahan defends: Hunter Mahan won by two shots for his sixth career PGA TOUR win.

Headlining the field: Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Jimmy Walker, Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Zach Johnson, Patrick Reed and Robert Streb.

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LPGA TOUR

Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic
Dates: Aug. 27-30
Venue: RTJ Golf Trail at Capitol Hill (Senator Course), Prattville, Ala.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday         11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Live)
Friday              11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Live) / 4:30-6 a.m. (Saturday replay)
Saturday          5-7 p.m. (Live) / 5-6 a.m. (Sunday replay)
Sunday            5-7 p.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes

Hur defends: Mi Jung Hur finished four shots ahead of Stacy Lewis for his second career LPGA Tour victory.

Headlining the field: Stacy Lewis, Brooke Henderson, Lexi Thompson, Brittany Lincicome, Anna Nordqvist, Brittany Lang, Angela Stanford, Charley Hull and Cheyenne Woods.

* * *
                                                                                                   
CHAMPIONS TOUR

Dick’s Sporting Goods Open
Dates: Aug. 28-30
Venue: En-Joie Golf Course, Endicott, N.Y.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Friday              6-8 p.m. / 4-6 p.m. (Streaming on Golf Live Extra)
Saturday          3-5 p.m. (Live) / 3-5 a.m. (Sunday replay)
Sunday            2-5 p.m. (Live) / 3-5 a.m. (Monday replay)

Broadcast Notes

Langer defends: Bernhard Langer finished one stroke ahead of Woody Austin and Mark O’Meara for his 23rd career Champions Tour win.

Headlining the field: Bernhard Langer, Jeff Maggert, Kenny Perry, Mark O’Meara, Jay Haas, Marco Dawson, Kevin Sutherland, Joe Durant, Woody Austin and Lee Janzen.

* * *

EUROPEAN TOUR

D+D Real Czech Masters
Dates: Aug. 27-30
Venue: Albatross Golf Resort, Prague, Czech Republic

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday         5-7 a.m. / 9-11:30 a.m. (Live)
Friday              5-7 a.m. / 9-11:30 a.m. (Live)
Saturday          7-11 a.m. (Live)
Sunday            6:30-11 a.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes

Headlining the field: Victor Dubuisson, Eddie Pepperell, Thorbjorn Olesen, Peter Uihlein, David Horsey, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Bradley Dredge, Gregory Bourdy and James Morrison.

Wednesday, August 26

European Tour: Make a Birdie, Propose to Girlfriend


BIRDIES WILL MAKE YOU FEEL INVINCIBLE. They will give you amazing courage and resolve.

Take Andreas Harto. The Danish player made a birdie on the 16th hole during the second round of the Made in Denmark tournament, last week's European Tour event. You can watch what happened next. He walked over and proposed to his girlfriend, Louise. She accepted.

Two gutsy plays, back to back. And a viral tweet for the European Tour.

OK, so Harto had it all planned.

"I was almost crying when I hit the putt," he said, "because I knew what was about to happen."

Harto added: "I couldn't say any words and I didn't hear her say yes, so I had to ask her afterwards and luckily she did want to marry me so I'm a lucky man."

Tuesday, August 25

Lydia Ko By the Numbers and U.S. Solheim Cup Team

LYDIA KO WON THE CANADIAN Pacific Women's Open this past weekend, her eighth LPGA title and third victory in Canada. Ko feels at home there and is an honorary member of the Vancouver Golf Club, where she has claimed two of her Canadian titles.

"I kind of feel like somewhat Canadian," Ko said, adding about the event, "... every year I have fun."

Yes, winning is fun.

Ward Clayton put together some of Ko's impressive numbers at LPGA.com:

1
The number of cuts missed by Ko. She is 59 of 60.

5
The number of Ko's eight wins that came in two events. One of the two
is the Canadian Pacific Women's Open.

April 27, 1997
Ko's birth date, two weeks after Tiger Woods won his first Masters.

35
The combined age of Ko and Brooke Henderson, the winners
of the last two LPGA events.

$3,792,455
Ko's career earnings through 45 LPGA starts. It comes to
$84,276 per tournament. Not bad.

* * *

The Solheim Cup will be played in September at St. Leon-Rot Golf Club in Germany. In 2013 Europe won for the first time on American soil. The United States has won 8 of 13 Solheim Cups.

2015 U.S. Solheim Cup Team

Juli Inkster (captain)
Stacy Lewis
Lexi Thompson
Cristie Kerr
Michelle Wie
Brittany Lincicome
Morgan Pressel
Angela Stanford
Gerina Piller
Alison Lee
Lizette Salas
Brittany Lang (captain's pick)
Paula Creamer (captain's pick)

Monday, August 24

Love Reaps Wyndham Rewards

FACT: THE GOLF BALL DOESN'T KNOW how old you are. That's a great thing about this game called golf.

Davis Love III (Allison)
So whether you're 21-year-old Jordan Spieth winning two majors and becoming king of the golf world, or you're 51-year-old Davis Love III coming back from surgery and scouting Ryder Cup talent, the golf ball flat doesn't care.

Just hit it solidly, hit it true and get it in the hole.

And that, my friends, is exactly what Love did Sunday at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina. He fired a closing 64 at Sedgefield Country Club to steal the trophy from Jason Gore, Tiger Woods, Scott Brown, Paul Casey ... all those young guys. (They're all young compared to Love.)

It was Love's 21st PGA Tour title and third win in Greensboro. He is the third-oldest player to win on tour. (Sam Snead and Art Wall Jr. are smiling down on Love from golf heaven.)

This unexpectedly extends Love's PGA Tour season and career. The win gets him into the FedEx Cup Playoffs, Hyundai Tournament of Champions and the Masters.

No one expected this ending. Instead, everyone wondered if Tiger Woods, just two strokes off the lead heading into Sunday, could win his 80th tour event and creep closer to Snead's record 82 victories. Tiger never got it going and finished four strokes off the pace.

Again, old Sam must be smiling.

Meanwhile, attendance was way up at the Wyndham Championship, thanks to the surprise appearance by Tiger, who played well and even hit his driver well.

It was a good week for golf.

Friday, August 21

Autographed and Inscribed Golf Books

In addition to finding them at the usual places, you can get these golf books directly from me, the author. This is a terrific option if you want one or both books autographed or inscribed.

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Autographed.

THE LONGEST SHOT: Jack Fleck, Ben Hogan, and Pro Golf's Greatest Upset at the 1955 U.S. Open was named a Top 10 Sports Book of 2012 by Booklist.

DRAW IN THE DUNES: The 1969 Ryder Cup and the Finish That Shocked the World (with a foreword by Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin) was nominated for The Herbert Warren Wind Book Award, a USGA honor that recognizes outstanding contributions to golf literature.


Inscribed.
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Order books or learn more. Please feel free to contact me about autographed and inscribed golf books. Send an email to armchairgolfer@gmail.com.

Thursday, August 20

Golf on TV: Wyndham Championship, Canadian Pacific Women's Open, Boeing Classic, Made in Denmark

The following edited content was supplied by Golf Channel in a news release.

PGA TOUR

Wyndham Championsip      
Dates: Aug. 20-23
Venue: Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro, N.C.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday         3-6 p.m. (Live) / 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. (Replay)
Friday              3-6 p.m. (Live) / 11:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. (Replay)
Saturday          1-2:30 p.m. (Live) / 11 p.m.-2 a.m. (Replay)
Sunday            1-2:30 p.m. (Live) / 11 p.m.-2 a.m. (Replay)

On CBS (Eastern):
Saturday: 3-6 p.m.
Sunday: 3-6 p.m.

Broadcast Notes

Final opportunity to qualify for FedExCup Playoffs: This is the 43rd and final regular season event on the 2014-15 PGA TOUR schedule, and the final opportunity for players to move inside the top-125 in the FedExCup standings to qualify for the Playoffs. Those 125 players at week’s end will earn PGA TOUR cards for the 2015-16 season, and qualify for the first of four playoff events at The Barclays next week in New Jersey. Players finishing at 126-200 in the FedExCup standings will be eligible for the Web.com Tour Finals, a four tournament series beginning Sept. 10.

Villegas defends: Camilo Villegas finished one shot ahead of Bill Haas and Fredrik Jacobson for his fourth career PGA TOUR win.

Headlining the field: Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka, Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, Branden Grace, Martin Kaymer, Billy Horschel, Paul Casey, Ernie Els, Brandt Snedeker and Bill Haas.

* * *
                                                                                                          
LPGA TOUR

Canadian Pacific Women’s Open
Dates: Aug. 20-23
Venue: The Vancouver Golf Club, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday         6-9 p.m. (Live) / 3:30-5:30 a.m. (Friday replay)
Friday              6-9 p.m. (Live) / 4:30-6 a.m. (Saturday replay)
Saturday          7-10 p.m. (Live) / 4-6:30 a.m. (Sunday replay)
Sunday            7-10 p.m. (Live) / 4-6 a.m. (Monday replay)

Broadcast Notes

Ryu defends: So Yeon Ryu won by two strokes over Na Yeon Choi for her third career LPGA Tour victory.

Headlining the field: Inbee Park, Lydia Ko, Stacy Lewis, Brooke Henderson, Hyo Joo Kim, So Yeon Ryu, Suzann Pettersen, Shanshan Feng, Lexi Thompson, Anna Nordqvist and Amy Yang.

* * *
                                               
CHAMPIONS TOUR

Boeing Classic
Dates: Aug. 21-23
Venue: TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, Snoqualmie, Wash.

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Friday              9-11 p.m. (Tape delay) / 12:30-2:30 p.m. (Streaming on Golf Live Extra)
Saturday          5-7 p.m. (Live) / 2-4 a.m. (Sunday replay)
Sunday            5-7 p.m. (Live) / 2-4 a.m. (Monday replay)

Broadcast Notes

Dunlap defends: Scott Dunlap defeated Mark Brooks with a birdie on the first playoff hole for his inaugural Champions Tour win.

Headlining the field: Fred Couples, Bernhard Langer, Jeff Maggert, Marco Dawson, Kevin Sutherland, Joe Durant, Lee Janzen, Esteban Toledo, Woody Austin and Billy Andrade.

* * *

EUROPEAN TOUR

Made in Denmark
Dates: Aug. 20-23
Venue: Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort (PGA Backtee Course), Aalborg, Denmark

Tournament Airtimes on Golf Channel (Eastern):
Thursday         5:30-7:30 a.m. / 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (Live)
Friday              5:30-7:30 a.m. / 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (Live)
Saturday          7-11 a.m. (Live)
Sunday            6:30-11 a.m. (Live)

Broadcast Notes

Warren defends: Marc Warren finished two shots ahead of Bradley Dredge to earn his third career European Tour victory.

Headlining the field: Thomas Bjorn, Darren Clarke, Marc Warren, Thorbjorn Olesen, David Lipsky, David Horsey, Daniel Brooks, Edoardo Molinari, Nicloas Colsaerts and Peter Uihlein.

Wednesday, August 19

Ernie Els to Receive 2015 Payne Stewart Award

Ernie Els at the 2009 British Open. (scotchollie)
THE PGA TOUR AND SOUTHERN COMPANY today announced that four-time major champion Ernie Els will be the recipient of the 2015 Payne Stewart Award. The annual award is given to a professional golfer who exemplifies Stewart's values of character, charity and sportsmanship. Stewart died tragically in a plane accident during the week of the 1999 Tour Championship.

Els will receive the award on Tuesday, September 22, at the Tour Championship in Atlanta, Georgia. The ceremony will air on Golf Channel during its 7-8 p.m. programming.

"I have so many fond memories of Payne and always had the greatest respect for him as a golfer and as a person," Els said in a statement, "and I think this award is a wonderful way to honor his memory and the values that he stood for.

"To be considered worthy of receiving such an award makes me feel proud and very humble. It really means a lot. Of course, the work that we do is a massive team effort, and I thank my wife Liezl and everyone at the foundations for their work and commitment, as well as all the individuals and corporations that support us in helping improve the lives of kids, young adults and families who need and deserve our help.

"Thank you also to everyone at the PGA Tour and to Southern Company for the incredibly generous donation that will help us in our ongoing mission to support causes close to our hearts."

Nicknamed "The Big Easy," Els owns 70 worldwide titles and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2011.

Other Recipients

Els joins 17 other recipients of the Payne Stewart Award: Sir Nick Faldo (2014), Peter Jacobsen (2013), Steve Stricker (2012), David Toms (2011), Tom Lehman (2010), Kenny Perry (2009), Davis Love III (2008), Hal Sutton (2007), Gary Player (2006), Brad Faxon (2005), Jay Haas (2004), Tom Watson (2003), Nick Price (2002), Ben Crenshaw (2001), Byron Nelson, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer (2000).

Monday, August 17

Another Nice Guy Wins a Major

LEO DUROCHER FAMOUSLY SAID, "Nice guys finish last." That quote, I've learned, was actually a condensed version of Durocher's words by newspaper men. According to Wikipedia, what the cranky baseball legend actually said was: "The nice guys are all over there, in seventh place."

Nonetheless, Leo liked the ink slingers' quote. He claimed it. And he put out a book using "Nice Guys Finish Last" as the title.

Well, nice guys do finish last. But nice guys also finish first.

This year's major championship season was a nice-guy parade of winners: Jordan Spieth, Masters. Jordan Spieth, U.S. Open. Zach Johnson, British Open. And yesterday, at Whistling Straits, Jason Day, PGA Championship.

After coming close so many times, Day pinned this major to the ground until it said "uncle." And like the nice guy he is, the 27-year-old Aussie did it with a smile on his face and a tear in his eye.

Even a remarkable 17-under performance by new World No. 1 Jordan Spieth couldn't deny Day his first major victory. When you shoot a record-breaking total of 20-under par, your name is going on the Wanamaker Trophy.

Day fired four rounds in the 60s, including a final-round 67. Any questions?

Not from runner-up Spieth, who said, "This is as easy a loss as I've ever had ... " adding that he "accomplished one of my lifetime goals in golf. That will never be taken away from me now. I'll always be a No. 1 player in the world."

Meanwhile, former top-ranked golfer Rory McIlroy showed good form at Whistling Straits when most people wondered if he'd show up and play after severely injurying his left ankle in early July. Rory shot 71-71-68-69 to finish 17th.

The Irish wunderkind, another nice lad, acknowledged the boys at the top, including the fact that Spieth is no longer in his rearview mirror.

"[Two] inevitable things happened today," McIlroy tweeted. "[Jason Day] winning a major and [Jordan Spieth] getting to [No.] 1 in the world! Congrats guys!! Inspiring stuff!

In this age of media hyperbole, is this a new era in golf?

Cautious and reluctant earlier, I'm now on board. It's also a new era of nice guys.

Friday, August 14

Scenes From the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur

Malia Nam plays her tee shot on the 11th hole during the second round of match play
at the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur at Portland Golf Club in Portland, Ore.
on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)
Eun Jeong Seong and her caddie, Juill Seong (father) on the first green during the third round
of match play at the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur at Portland Golf Club in Portland, Ore.
on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)
Nicole Posner, 14, of Portland, is a standard bearerer during the second round of match play
at the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur at Portland Golf Club in Portland, Ore.
on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)
Maddie McCrary plays her second shot on the 15th hole during the third round of match play
at the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur at Portland Golf Club in Portland, Ore.
on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)
Sierra Brooks and her caddie, Brent Brooks (father), hug after her win in extra holes against Maddie McCrary during the third round of match play at the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur
at Portland Golf Club in Portland, Ore. on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015.
(Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)

Thursday, August 13

PGA Championship: 11-Year-Old Asks Greats 'Why Do You Love This Game?'



THE 2015 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP IS UNDERWAY at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin.

The above video is courtesy of the folks at Golf Digest. From their email:
Golf Digest's roving reporter – 11-year-old golfer Matty Du Plessis – is at the PGA Championship asking his heroes Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia and more the hard-hitting questions. Today, find out what they all told him about why they love the game.

TV SCHEDULE

All times Eastern. In additon to television, there is live-streaming coverage at PGA.com.

Thurs, 8/13
2 to 8 p.m. TNT

Fri, 8/14
2 to 8 p.m. TNT

Sat, 8/15
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. TNT
2 to 7 p.m. CBS

Sun, 8/16
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. TNT
2 to 7 p.m. CBS

Wednesday, August 12

Land of 1,000 Bunkers

(From the archives. This originally published on August 12, 2010, the last time the PGA Championship was played at Whistling Straits.)


Whistling Straits (Dan Perry)
WHISTLING STRAITS, SITE OF THE PGA Championship, has sand fairways (see photo). This player's ball has split the middle, and he looks to have a decent lie from which to hit his next shot to the green.

OK, Whistling Straits doesn’t have sand fairways, but it does have lots and lots of sand. It's on display in countless (and I do mean countless) configurations, including furry little baby traps that want to be scary cavernous bunkers when they grow up. This former army base along Lake Michigan has 1,000 bunkers, give or take, well, no one is quite sure.

Why so many bunkers?

Because billionaire Herb Kohler wanted a wild-looking Irish links course on the Wisconsin shore. And what Herb wants, Herb gets.


Just ask course architect Pete Dye. Although, actually, Dye's handiwork more resembles a Scottish links. When Herb or Pete can't sleep, there's no need to count sheep. They can count bunkers on Whistling Straits. There are more than 50 per hole. Sweet dreams.

"The bag drop at Whistling Straits is more heavily bunkered than the greens at Augusta National," wrote Sports Illustrated's John Garrity.

"I feel bad for the fans," Hunter Mahan said, "because it seems like you could be walking and all of a sudden you're falling in a hole of sand and don't even know it."


Garrity had a solution for that very real possibility -- lugging along a hamper with charcoal, lighter fluid, hot dogs, buns, marshmallows and two sharpened sticks. From watching on TV, it does look like a perfect spot for an afternoon picnic or late-night bonfire.

Seriously, who's counting every last bunker at Whistling Straits?


Apparently, no one. Call it a 1,000. Close enough. The task is far too tedious, only slightly less difficult than taking the U.S. Census or fixing Social Security. Besides, if someone did come up with an authoritative bunker count, how would we know it was authoritative unless someone checked it? 

No one would want to do that.

Tuesday, August 11

2015 PGA Championship Odds: Favorite Jordan Spieth at 11/2

SAYING HE IS 100% READY FOR GOLF after suffering a severe ankle injury in July, Rory McIlroy is at Whistling Straits and will play in the PGA Championship. The world No. 1 golfer won't be the favorite in the year's last major. Winner of the Masters and U.S. Open, Jordan Spieth is the betting favorite as the first round approaches.

Here are the current odds from Bovada.

PGA Championship Outright Winner - Tournament  

Jordan Spieth               11/2                                                     
Rory McIlroy                 9/1                                                       
Dustin Johnson             12/1                                                     
Jason Day                    14/1                                                     
Bubba Watson              14/1                                                     
Justin Rose                   18/1                                                     
Rickie Fowler                20/1                                                     
Adam Scott                  22/1                                                     
Henrik Stenson              25/1                                                     
Louis Oosthuizen           33/1                                                     
Phil Mickelson               40/1                                                     
Sergio Garcia                40/1                                                     
Brooks Koepka             40/1                                                     
Jim Furyk                      40/1                                                     
Martin Kaymer               40/1                                                     
Tiger Woods                 40/1                                                     
Hideki Matsuyama         40/1                                         
Zach Johnson               40/1                                                     
Matt Kuchar                  50/1                                                     
Patrick Reed                 50/1                                         
Shane Lowry                 50/1                                                     
Brandt Snedeker           66/1                                                     
Charl Schwartzel            70/1                                                     
Jimmy Walker               70/1                                                     
Paul Casey                   70/1                                                     
Branden Grace              75/1                                                     
Billy Horschel                80/1                                                     
Danny Willett                 80/1                                                     
Keegan Bradley             80/1                                                     
Danny Lee                    80/1                                                     
Robert Streb                 80/1                                                     
J.B. Holmes                  90/1                                                     
Kevin Kisner                  90/1                                                     
Marc Leishman              90/1                                                     
Justin Thomas               90/1                                                     
Bill Haas                       100/1                                                   
David Lingmerth            100/1                                       
Graeme McDowell         100/1                                                   
Jason Dufner                100/1                                                   
Lee Westwood              100/1                                                   
Luke Donald                 100/1                                                   
Ryan Moore                  100/1

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