After narrowly getting an extension, officials are hopeful PGA Tour Champions event can stay in South Dakota.
It’s one thing for Bryson DeChambeau to try to change golf when he’s doing it only for himself. Now comes the Ryder Cup, where the world will get to see how his single-minded pursuit of non-conformity and power fits in the realm of a team competition. When DeChambeau arrives at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin for the showdown between the United States and Europe that opens Sept. 24, the 6-foot-1, 235-pound disrupter with a world-leading driving average of 323.7 yards will bring with him an epic amount of baggage.
In a season-opening edition, we applaud the Ryder Cup venue, Brooks' comments, Lefty’s future, and questions with POY voting.