'Longest day ever':Lindheim on first Web.com win
Nicholas Lindheim talks about his first win on the Web.com Tour at the Utah Championship.
Web.com Tour remembers Dennis 'Zink' Zinkon
The Web.com Tour mourns the passing of Dennis 'Zink' Zinkon.
Lindheim takes the lead with a 67 in Utah
Grant Boone and Craig Perks recap the third round of the Utah Championship.
Web.com Tour president Calfee to retire at year's end
Web.com Tour president Bill Calfee will retire at the end of the year, it was announced Monday.
Monday qualifier Richey leads Web.com event
Grant Boone and Craig Perks recap Round 2 of the 2016 Utah Championship.year on his tail. He's got two guys who've won on the PGA Tour as well, Bill Lunde and John Rollins . This is gonna be A heck of a challenge for Brian Richey, isn't it? Yeah. You know, Bill Lunde and John Rollins , over 40 years old, they've got plenty of experience. But I like the Ollie Schniederjans, 23 years old. Trey Mullinax, he's a young man as well. They have tremendous power. They can nearly overpower this golf course , especially at the elevation. Heck Trey shot 62 here last year so he certainly knows how to get low at this golf course . Is driving it over 370 yards the first couple of days here at altitude. At Thanksgiving boy Brian Richie the Monday qualifier
Crunch time: Players look to finish strong at Utah
Grant Boone and Craig Perks preview the 2016 Utah Championship.Tour rises so does the elevation this week here at Thanksgiving Point Golf Course just south of Salt Lake City . How much will the elevation be a factor this week Greg? Grant I think it'll be huge. We're at a gold course that's over 7600 yards in length. You're at about 4500 feet of elevation and So you gotta take that into consideration. A lot of calculations going on. This golf course has extremely difficult green complexes. The rough is very nasty this week so you have to plot your way around. But it's tough when you play at altitude and the ball travels so far to pick the correct lines off the tee. Well this is crunch time on the Web.com tour. This is the third of eight consecutive weeks to finish up the regular season , and guys are having to make decisions about where to play and when to play, aren't they? Well, Grant, it's a stressful time of year. And you look at the top of the money list, those guys have sort of made their money and they can take some time off through the top six guys on the money list. I'm not here this week so it gives opportunity for some other guys and so it is you know you've only got the five events left to the end of the regular season after this week. And so if you're playing well, can you continue to play well if you're not how do you find it in such a short amount of time. Well this was a winter Olympic city back in 2002, Salt Lake City . And three players in the field this week are going to the Summer Olympics in Rio. Rodolfo Cazaubon got a wonderful phone call earlier this week that he is an alternate now going. Yeah, absolute thrill
Gibson leads Web.com's LECOM Health Challenge
Grant Boone and Craig Perks recap the third round of the 2016 LECOM Health Challenge.he wasn't even going to be here this week. Well, he's a PGA Tour rookie because he got his card through the Web.com tour finals last year and because of the tragedy down there at Greenbrier, he decided to come here. Played well last week Barracuda, and put on a show in his last 11 holes. Made seven birdies in his last seven holes, was two over par, and then he just sorta turned it around. Gets a little chaotic on the back nine here, you see 11, 12, and 13 down when you take advantage and then you turn back into the win, it was quite a show for the Australian. He's outside the top 200 on both the PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour Money List. Could be a huge Sunday for him. When you look at the guys who shot back. You have Eric Barnes, hasn't made a bogey through 54 holes this week. And then CT Penn, just 23 years old And he's got some Olympic dreams. Well, he sure has. Go to Eric Bonds. He's 117th on the money. This huge Sunday in store could sort of catapult him up the money list. And CT Pan, 39th on the money list. You talked about, he's from Chinese Taipei . He's gonna potentially go to the Olympic games. He's won a gold at the Asian games. If CT Pan plays well, he shot 30 on that back 9 on Saturday Plays well on Sunday, hes going to guarantee his PGA Tour status for next year. Well, it's still anybody's ball game. A volatile middle part of the golf course if upper course and we'll watch it unfold on Sunday at the challenge.
LECOM Health Challenge Preview
Grant Boone and Craig Perks preview the LECOM Health Challenge.The web.com Tour is in upstate New York this week for the Lecom Health Challenge as the Peak and Peak resort plays host to the 14th of 21 regular season events on that tour. For a look at what's at stake in the empire state, let's go to our man calling the action, Grant Boone and Craig Perks Steve thank you it's great to be back and Peak and Peak Resort here in the southwestern corner of New York state . It's a ski resort in the winter time and Craig as you look at the web.com tour schedule it is straight down hill from here isn't
Rick Lamb wins LECOM Health Challenge
Rick Lamb wins the 2016 LECOM Health Challenge for his first Web.com Tour title.gonna get a fourth on the money list and he's assured his PGA Tour card for the first time in his career. He'd putten himself in position. He did make some mistakes in that second playoff hole. Certainly made a mess of it. But you always have to look at the positive. He played so well with so much support but there's a lot of distractions, there's a lot of pressure when you're playing in front of your friends and your family and it was a very good performance from Dominic Bozzelli. Well, C.T. Pan gets the silver medal at Peek'n Peak Resort this week, but it looks like he is headed to the Olympic games for Chinese Tai Pei. Congratulations to Monday qualifier Rick Lamb, he wins the LECOM Health Challenge.
Emotional Lamb talks first Web.com win at LECOM
Rick Lamb talks about his win at the 2016 LECOM Health Challenge.
FOL: Schniederjans talks tour life, first pro win
Ollie Schniederjans joined Fairways of Life with Matt Adams on July 1, 2016.of college, got to go out and play some tournaments on the PGA Tour and the European Tour where I got to play against guys I'd watched. My whole life, and it's surreal the first couple times you're hitting balls on the range next to Phil or somebody like that. But I've definitely gotten used to that at this point. It's still amazing to me that I'm getting to do what I get to do for a living, and I'm just Super pumped to get to go out there and be a member of the PGA Tour next year. Because most people are working from nine to five, right? Monday through Friday. So that's why I'm gonna ask you
Schniederjans on tour life: 'It's pretty awesome'
Ollie Schniederjans says he is enjoying tour life and looks forward to being a PGA Tour member in 2017.after the Open Championship and we had the photo of you and Justin Rose in the jigger and you told me you guys kicked in there. You were playing the Road Hole, right, and you went