Rose started the final round eight shots back of the leader.
Professional golf has periodically been dominated by trios of players that win most of the titles and capture media and fan attention. But there’s often a fourth player lurking just a step or two back.
Playoffs are almost always exciting and since 2007, the FedEx Cup hasn’t disappointed. It’s always tough to pick ten highlights from a litany of shots and results by the best players in the world but here are ten that should be memorable.
This week the panel debates changes to Augusta National and the Masters; ponders making Phil Mickelson a Captain’s pick for the Presidents Cup; and discusses the finish to The Northern Trust.
Johnson had a huge advantage on the playoff hole because of his ability to hit his drive over the lake.
Several players will have added incentive to win this week at Glen Abbey after recent near misses; bad rounds or a stretch of bad play; and of course Canadians looking to break the 63-year old jinx.
It’s all US Open this week as the panel discusses the monstrous Erin Hills, looks for a sentimental favourite in the absence of Phil Mickelson and predicts a winner.
This week the panel discusses Jason Day’s performance at the Nelson; the rotating cast of characters on top of the golf world; and the greatest golf villains of all time.
Dustin Johnson was just one back in his first event after missing 6 weeks due to a back injury.