Tag: PGA Tour

Tesoro Club – Q School

Tesoro Club, will host a second stage qualifier for the PGA Tour Q-School, presented by Korn Ferry.  The tournament will be held November 14-17 on Tesoro Club’s newly renovated Arnold Palmer Golf Course.  

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UPDATE: PGA TOUR – Saudi Investment Fund

The TOUR Championship traditionally serves as a backdrop for the commissioner’s season-ending yet forward-facing state of the sport briefing, and today was no exception.  Jay Monahan delivered about 19 minutes of prepared remarks before taking about another 25 minutes of questions from the assembled media.

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Monday After the Masters

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” Charles Dickens wrote those words over a century and a half ago for the opening of “A Tale of Two Cities” and some thought these words could be equally applied to this year’s invitational started by Bob Jones.

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Taylor Moore Captures First PGA Tour Win

The 2023 edition of the Valspar Championship is in the books, and for the first time in three years, a new name will be added to the winner’s trophy. After taking on all comers on a cool and windy afternoon on Innisbrook Resort’s Copperhead Course, Taylor Moore finished 10-under par to end up on top after an exciting, ever-changing final-round leaderboard.

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2023 Valspar Championship

The Valspar Championship, the most colorful PGA TOUR tournament in the world, is the fourth and last stop on the PGA Tour’s “Florida Swing” at the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Resort (just outside of Tampa) March 16-19.

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The Players Championship

The Players Championship – This event has long been known for the deepest field in golf, and Rahm, already a 3-time winner this season, does not expect that to change despite the new era the PGA TOUR is ushering in.

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Kurt Kitayma Wins the Arnold Palmer Invitational

“It’s pretty amazing. Just to get your first win, I think is an unbelievable thing. Lucky enough to have it at a very special place, so that’s a bonus,” said the 30-year-old Californian after firing an even par 72 on Sunday to finish 9 under for the tournament and win the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard.  He was a shot better than both Rory McIlroy and Harris English at -8.

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