Billy Horschel trusts Titleist Pro V1x to win the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola and FedEx Cup.
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Forget about friendships and cliques. This week’s episode was all about putting up or shutting up. When you really look at it, there weren’t too many fireworks.
Odds and ends.
This is the 10th season of Big Break that I have had the privilege of being a part of and looking back on how I got to this point has been amazing.
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, a very interesting dynamic is developing this season on Big Break that I haven’t ever seen in the 16 seasons I have been a part of the show.
This season of Big Break is all about choices and episode five starts out with a big one team selection.
Normally, this space is reserved for behind the scenes factoids, little known production facts as told by various show producers and the incoherent thoughts and ramblings of yours truly, Big Break
So far, this season has shown a very interesting evolution in the world of being a Big Break contestant.
Most people assume casting a show is a scientific process, combine x, y, z and boom, dynamite.
Woods: No hurry for new coach | No swings yet
Tiger laughs off Rory comment, needles Phil
Wife in labor, Horschel awaiting birth of daughter
Hero is Tiger event sponsor | WGC change
Phil to design course upwards of 8,000 yards
Video: Watch McIlroy hole 55 putts in a row
GR: 'Sexi' Thompson photos; Courses vandalized
Horschel wins FedEx Cup | Glance | Scores
AFR: Billy should've been picked | Moot point?
Horschel: Don't deserve R.C. spot | Voting Rory POY
Tour announces Player, Rookie of Year nominees
Rory will be rested for Ryder Cup | Feels déjà vu
Norman 'lucky' not to sever hand with chainsaw