Rory McIlroy is the odds-on favorite to win the 2015 Masters. Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson look to lead a field that includes Tiger Woods.
J.B. Holmes won the Shell Houston Open with a strong final round. Along with McIlroy, Watson and Spieth, he’s a favorite going into The Masters.
CBS Sports golf analyst Gary McCord discusses the field for this weekend’s Northern Trust Open at the Riviera Country Club.
Watson ran off three straight birdies on the front nine to overtake Paul Casey and wound up with his third straight round in the 60s on Saturday, a 3-under 69 that gave him a one-shot lead at Muirfield Village and a chance to win for the third time this year.
We’re visiting the golf world in this week’s That Thing You Missed, how Rory McIlroy’s messy breakup turned into success, another stroke of bad luck for Pablo Larrazabal, the newest women’s U.S. Open player is only eleven and Bubba Watson is up to his old tricks again.
Bubba Watson’s second Masters title was nothing like the green jacket he won two years ago.
Bubba Watson wants to keep it simple. None of those wild shots off the straw or from behind a tree.
Bubba Watson won the Masters two years ago with his brand of “Bubba golf,” producing shots of raw skill and wild imagination. His strategy now is to keep it simple, and he is halfway to another green jacket.
Phil Mickelson will be watching the final two rounds of the Masters from home for the first time in 17 years. And it’s no mystery why.
Two weeks after Watson made a pair of late bogeys in the Phoenix Open, he delivered the best closing round at Riviera in some three decades.
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Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley helped stake the Americans to their biggest lead in the Ryder Cup in more than 30 years. Ian Poulter, eyes bulging and fists shaking with every clutch putt, at least gave Europe some big momentum over the final frantic hour Saturday at Medinah.
Keegan Bradley made Friday at the Ryder Cup feel like the best day of his life, and it wasn’t too shabby for the rest of the Americans.
The lead at the U.S. Open belonged to Michael Thompson. The buzz came from Tiger Woods. And the struggles came from the top three players in the world.