What's Happening In
Here's a look at the players to beat at this week's Valspar Championship as the Tour travels down south.
Scottie Scheffler isn't just winning huge events in the golf world. He's becoming more comfortable doing so.
Scottie Scheffler capped off a long day of 26 holes with one last birdie Saturday that gave him a 7-under 65 and a two-shot lead.
The second round was suspended with half the field unable to finish the round because of a storm system expected to dump a half-inch of rain.
Hovland may never turn into Spieth around the greens — and that’s OK. For now, at least, he is content to be competent and confident.
Ernie Els kept making birdies no matter how he gripped the putter Sunday, and it carried him to a 65 to win the Hoag Classic.
Taylor Moore delivered the clutch shots to move into contention, closed with a 4-under 67 and won the Valspar Championship.
Baldwin collected five birdies and just one bogey for a first win 11 years after earning his card to play on the DP World Tour.
Schenk hit his approach at the 18th hole to 5 feet and made the birdie putt for a 1-under 70.
Adam Schenk is playing for the 10th consecutive week on the PGA Tour and finally seeing some good results.
Even Ted Scott, Scottie Scheffler’s caddie, wasn’t savvy enough to even remotely predict Scheffler’s short-game brilliance this season.
The Players victory was worth $4.5 million and sent Scottie Scheffler back to No. 1 in the world for the second time this year.
Jorge Campillo held onto his overnight lead to win the DP World Tour’s Kenya Open by two shots on Sunday.
Another win Sunday at The Players would be Scheffler’s sixth title in the past 13 months – all in events there were either a major or have now received elevated status on Tour.
Chad Ramey managed to avoid stress and bogeys Thursday at The Players, making him an unlikely leader in the opening round.