Fantasy Challenge: Frys.com Open
he has made and here at the Frys.com Open, third place last year, just out the playoff between Bryce Molder and Briny Baird that looked for Bud Cauley to have another big week this week. How about you Win? -Like Cauley for you, I'm taking
Morning Drive: Best of July 29, 2011
you are tough. -I'd like to see tiger get out of the rocky den. Tiger should learn just to be a person again. - Briny Baird is eating PF Chang for the rest of his life for free because he has worn a hat with their logo on it and he's won
Fact Pack: Frys.com Open
the PGA Tour continues its Fall Series with the , where defends the title he won in a 6-hole playoff last year over Briny Baird . Players can expect a course where birdies will be abundant, and like last week the edge will be given to those that
Who is the best player without a PGA Tour win?
To Have Never Won A PGA Tour Event – the granddaddy of all golf acronyms. My first thought is to reward longevity. Briny Baird is 97 th on the all-time money list with $12,634,862 – the highest total for a non-winner – but I’m not sure
Tuesday - September 18, 2012 | Golf Channel
Club in South Africa. The tour's Tournament of Champions will start January 10th of next year. - Baird Sidelined Briny Baird is having surgery on both shoulders near the AC joints to alleviate pain. Baird says he expects to be back on the PGA
Briny Baird To Miss Rest Of Season After Shoulder Surgery | Golf Channel
Briny Baird will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery on both shoulders, according to the PGA Tour’s website. Baird
The Memorial Tournament First-Round Tee Time Groupings | Golf Channel
Kris Blanks, Kevin Chappell 8:59 a.m. - J.J. Killeen, Martin Flores, Bo Hoag 12:10 p.m. - Chris Couch, Briny Baird , Ricky Barnes 12:21 p.m. - Nick O'Hern, Jimmy Walker, Tommy Gainey 12:32 p.m. - J.B. Holmes, Brian
Expert picks: HP Byron Nelson Championship
Group 3: Arjun Atwal: Atwal likes Las Colinas, with two top-8 finishes here in the last two years. Group 4: Briny Baird : Only two missed cuts here since 2003 balanced out with a pair of top 10s in that stretch. Gary Williams Group 1
First-round tee times for Zurich Classic
Tenth tee 8:00 a.m. – Troy Matteson, Gavin Coles, Marco Dawson 8:10 a.m. – D.J. Trahan, Chris Couch, Briny Baird 8:20 a.m. – Tom Pernice Jr., Hank Kuehne, Peter Hanson 8:30 a.m. – Bubba Watson, Steve Stricker, Webb
Power Rankings: Mayakoba Golf Classic
2010 champion has made three PGA Tour cuts in a row and been in the top 15 at Mayakoba in four of five starts. 7. Briny Baird : Baird has been in the top five here in each of the last two years. Made his first cut of the year at Riviera. 8
Molder wishes every day were Saturday
That’s where he won his first PGA Tour title with a final-round 64 getting him into a playoff. Molder defeated Briny Baird with a birdie on the sixth extra hole. Molder made his hay with his putter Saturday at Riviera. He needed just 24 putts
Expert Picks: Humana Challenge
Group 3: Ricky Barnes: The dude makes a ton of birdies, which is what you need around here to hang. Group 4: Briny Baird : No real reason. In this group you're just looking for someone to make the cut. Win McMurry Group 1: Bill Haas
Top Tour events of 2011 | Golf Channel
for the PGA Tour money title. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images) Frys.com Open Bryce Molder (pictured) and Briny Baird went six playoff holes. Molder became a first-time winner in his 132nd start. Baird extended his winless streak
Money on Simpson's mind in Georgia
Bryce Molder is playing after winning his first PGA Tour event last week in the Frys.com Open, where he outlasted Briny Baird on the sixth playoff hole. Rickie Fowler also is coming off his first professional win at the Korea Open. Molder has
Rankings roundup: Tiger drops? Luke extends
Molder, who won for the first time in his career after 132 PGA Tour starts, moved up from 155th to 108th. Runner-up Briny Baird moved up more dramatically, jumping 143 places to 269th. By capturing the Kolon Korea Open for his first professional
Another almost win for Baird; sting lingers
SAN MARTIN, Calif. – After the third round of the Frys.com Open, Briny Baird said achieving his first win in 348 career PGA Tour starts would make him happy for a fleeting moment. The way he lost it may
Playoff breaks PGA Tour season record
In the first sudden-death playoff for both Briny Baird and Bryce Molder, the duo set a PGA Tour record reflecting parity.
For Tiger, fast start ends in familiar finish
making two bogeys and a pedestrian birdie at the par-5 ninth to close the tournament at 7 under, 10 shots out of the Briny Baird - playoff. Misses from 8 and 15 feet to open the side were demonstrative of Woods' week-long struggle to master
Molder takes Frys.com Open for first Tour win
In a duel of two veterans aching for their first Tour win, Bryce Molder topped Briny Baird on the sixth extra hole of the Frys.com Open.
Molder makes Frys.com first Tour win
Bryce Molder beat Briny Baird on the sixth hole of a sudden-death playoff Sunday to win the Frys.com Open, his first victory on the PGA Tour.
Casey: Nothing like a win to help boost confidence
across the Pacific for the with the aim of keeping his PGA Tour card. He enters the final round two strokes off of Briny Baird 's lead and in good position for his third worldwide win of the year. Those good vibes which have infected Casey and
Els can't stomach belly putter, but he uses it
first tournament with one. "Right now I'm glad they haven't banned it,” said Els, who trails Frys.com leader Briny Baird by two shots going into Sunday’s final round at CoreValle. “If they ban it, that's also fine with me," he
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