Toms, Kizzire tied after three rounds at Sanderson
Monday third-round recap and early final -round highlights from the 2015 Sanderson Farms Championship. Tripp Isenhour, Lisa Cornwell and Tim Rosaforte break it all down.
That stings: Castro reflects on second-round 67
Roberto Castro discusses his second-round performance at the 2015 Sanderson Farms Championship. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Web.com recap: Castro holds 54-hole lead
Whit Watson and Craig Perks recap Round 3 of the 2015 Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship.
Inside the game and mind of early leader Castro
Gary Williams, Damon Hack, John Cook, Charlie Rymer and Matt Ginella discuss Roberto Castro and his opening-round 63 at The Players. Watch 'Morning Drive' weekdays at 7AM ET on Golf Channel.
Stock Watch: No wins, no problem; Boo to Boo
First-time winners have ruled the new PGA Tour season. And speaking of the wraparound, Boo Weekley had lots to say. None of it positive.
Quotes of the Week: Nov. 8, 2015
Boo rips the wraparound, Phil and Butch play "It's not you, it's me," and Stevie invokes the S-word (then tries to blame his publisher). It's all in this week's Quotes of the Week.
Video: Post-bee sting, Castro holes out for eagle
Roberto Castro was stung by a bee in Round 2 of the Sanderson Farms Championship. Three holes later, he holed out for eagle.
Castro (62) earns share of second Sawgrass record
Already with a share of the course record on the Stadium Course, Roberto Castro fired a bogey-free 62 to close the Web.com Tour Championship and add a piece of the course record on the Dye’s Valley Course.
You Oughta Know: 2014 Web.com Tour Championship
With 25 PGA Tour cards and priority rankings at stake, here's what You Oughta Know for the final round of the Web.com Tour Championship.
After Further Review: Web.com finale oozes drama
In After Further Review, our writers weigh in on the Web.com Tour Championship's role in determining PGA Tour cards.
Castro (66) leads after opening round of AT&T
Roberto Castro ran off three straight birdies late in his round for a 5-under 66, giving him the lead after the first round of the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.
Who makes a move at BMW Championship?
GolfChannel.com senior writer Jason Sobel joins Bailey Mosier to preview the upcoming BMW Championship and discuss who will win the FedEx Cup.Lake. A lot of big names are outside that 30 right now; Ernie Els , Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald to name a few, Graeme McDowell . Sobel, do you look at one of those guys or somebody else who might surprise you by not making it to East Lake and then who do you see that would surprise you that do make it to East Lake? -I didn't think you were gonna mention my guy and then right at the end you slipped him in, Bailey, because I'm going with Graeme McDowell . He's 48th in the FedEx Cup standings going into the BMW Championship. He's really had a terrific year, but not necessarily on the PGA Tour because he's won 3 times worldwide but only once on the PGA Tour . I think at 48th he has a good week this week, sneaks into the top 30, gets to the field at Easta guy that we haven't talked a lot about this year and Luke Donald . He's 54th on the FedEx Cup points list, but he lives in Chicago. He's a member at Conway Farms. We're talking aboutduring the week and green speeds are going to be faster than Luke Donald is used to on his home course. I think he knows the course well. It's a little bit of an advantage, but the disadvantages almost outweigh the advantages. I don't see a real big week for Luke Donald this week. -No? -No. -All right. Well-- -You do I assume. -Well, we will have to wait and see. I think I play better at my home course. I don't know about you but-- -I don't play well anywhere. -Well, we have officially said goodbye to the PGA Tour Bye Week. We are in the swing of things at the BMW Championship. Thank you, Sobel. Thank you for joining us. We
Overdrive: Weird, wild, wacky stuff on course
Holly Sonders, Matt Ginella and Charlie Rymer discuss the most out-of-place thing they have ever seen on a golf course. Watch 'Morning Drive' every day at 7AM ET.for tournament week but you have people to go and play this golf course , the other 51 weeks out of the year. And they will want to go back and lay those tee boxes, it's gonna add to the length of the rounds. I'm a big proponent of slowing the golf ball down, having the PGA Tour get a tour spec golf ball that's a slower ball and have all the players play that one golf ball rather than continuously trying to adjust these golf course . It just doesn't work for the economics of the game. -I totally agree. Of course I do because you've made all the great points. I just don't think that's going to happen and thus to sort of answer the question. I do think they need to add length. I think Pete Dye wants to add length to the 5th, the 7th, the 14th and the 18th hole. I think he wants guys hitting 3 and 4 irons into these greens. I don't-- I think this is the Players Championship. I don't think they want guys, you know, shooting a lot of 63, having that leaderboard that they had yesterday. And I think the golf course is in control or they should be of where the amateurs are teeing it up everyday. And I think they can make