Monthly Archives: august 2018

Rose (65) bounces back from rare missed cut

NORTON, Mass. – Justin Rose missed the cut last week at The Northern Trust, a missed opportunity that would make most players spend a few hours kicking themselves. For Rose, however, it was a valuable chance to recharge. The Englishman went home following his short week in New Jersey, rested and prepared for the second […]

Cabrera-Bello angling for RC captain's pick

NORTON, Mass. – While he knows the chances are slim, Rafael Cabrera-Bello still took one step toward potentially snagging a last-minute Ryder Cup roster spot with his opening round at the Dell Technologies Championship. The Spaniard went 2-0-1 in his Ryder Cup debut two years ago at Hazeltine, where he was one of few bright […]

Spieth focusing on learning from his worst year

NORTON, Mass. – If you do learn more from defeat than you ever do from victory, consider 2018 a triumph for both Jordan Spieth and clichés. You know the deal – it’s the journey, not the destination. But then Jordan Spieth’s journey this season hasn’t exactly been a pleasure cruise. For the first time since […]

TT Postscript: At least Woods (72) putted well

NORTON, Mass. – Another week, another slow start for Tiger Woods, as his playoff run remains stuck in neutral. Here are some thoughts and observations from a largely overwhelming 1-over 72 to open the Dell Technologies Championship: • On a course that tends to serve up birdies by the handful, Tiger stumbled out of the gates […]

Former pitcher Mulder to play Safeway on sponsor invite

Former MLB pitcher Mark Mulder will become the latest athlete from another sport to try his hand at professional golf when he tees it up at the season-opening Safeway Open in October. Mulder, 41, pitched in the majors from 2000 to 2008, playing for both the Oakland Athletics and St. Louis Cardinals while making two […]