Weeks: After packed schedule, FedEx Cup a hobble to finish

Worn down. Aching back. Sore hips. Mental fatigue. Sounds more like the final round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs than the FedEx Cup playoffs. But to hear the golfers talk, the ridiculous schedule that has been thrust upon those lucky enough to make it all the way to the last PGA Tour event of the year means this will be a hobble to the $8 million purse and the $10 million bonus. ...more

Weeks: Hadwin now No. 1 on projected priority standings

Adam Hadwin continued his great play this season by notching his second victory of the year on the Web.Com Tour with a two-shot win at the Chiquita Classic, one of four events on the circuit’s season-ending Finals. The victory earned the B.C. golfer $180,000 (U.S.), pushing his season winnings to just shy of $500,000. ...more

Weeks: Woods and Foley partnership comes to an end

Tiger Woods is parting ways with Sean Foley. Woods made the announcement on his web site on Monday, saying the timing was right to end the relationship. ...more

Weeks: Conners proud of second-place showing at U.S. Amateur

In the end, Corey Conners just couldn't get past the last match. Despite a valiant effort over 35 holes, the Canadian came up just short in the final of the U.S. Amateur, losing 2 and 1 to South Korea's Gunn Yang. TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks has more. ...more

Weeks: Not at his best, McIlroy learns to assert control

Rory McIlroy didn’t have his best stuff this week and, if you’re a professional golfer, that’s very, very scary. It was a great golf, but not the kind of golf that saw him win his last Majors by three, six and eight shots. This time, he had to grind it out and push himself uphill to the finish line. But he did just that and it’s that performance that makes it all the more satisfying. TSN's Bob Weeks has more. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet escapes disaster to post decent third round

You couldn't actually see any steam coming from Graham DeLaet's ears, but figuratively speaking, it's likely he was blowing like a tea kettle as he walked back around the large pond stuck in the middle of the seventh hole. DeLaet was making that trip after dunking his ball in the water and then getting a questionable ruling from a rules official. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet overcomes injury to contend at PGA

First it was the flu and now it's his neck. It's remarkable in itself that Graham DeLaet was able to complete 36 holes at the PGA Championship but even more amazing that he's within shouting distance of the lead. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet in fine form at PGA Championship

If there was a clear sign that Graham DeLaet was over the flu that kept him bed-ridden for most of the week, it came in the form of a Wednesday night Tweet about barbequing and drinking beer. And as TSN golf analyst Bob Weeks writes, his two-under 69 in Round 1 at Valhalla Golf Club didn't hurt either. ...more

Weeks: Woods' back appears to be ready for Valhalla

Tiger Woods is ready to play golf again, just three days after it appeared his season was over. The 14-time major winner pulled into Valhalla on Tuesday afternoon, and mere moments after he parked his courtesy car in the spot reserved for him, it was as if someone had stepped on a wasp's nest. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet recovering after nasty bout of the flu

The post-round handshakes after a practice round at the PGA Championship were replaced by fist bumps and someone suggested that those in the scrum with Canada's best golfer should don surgical masks before chatting. Clearly, whatever Graham DeLaet had, nobody wants to catch. ...more

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