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Area resident Jimmy Walker takes lead in Texas Open

SAN ANTONIO (AP) Jimmy Walker shot a 5-under 67 on Friday in the Texas Open to take a one-stroke lead in his hometown event. After a 35-minute drive from his suburban home, Walker enjoyed a neighborly stroll at TPC San Antonio to reach 6-under 138. He won the Sony Open in Hawaii in January after winning three times last season. Walker overtook first-round leader Charley Hoffman...
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Risk and Reward - Valero Texas Open

In what might be one of the best holiday combinations ever, today is both Pecan Day and Waffle Day. Both items are delicious and awesome in their own right, but put the Pecans IN the waffle and holy mother of God is it epic. While the correct pronunciation of the word pecan may be endlessly debated (here's a hint, its "pecan"), there's something undeniable about those weird, wavy...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Daily Fantasy Golf Strategy: Valero Texas Open

Photo Credit: We are back this week for another look at Daily Fantasy PGA at DraftKings. It wasn’t a great week for me as I had a lot of the top players identified but went too heavily with B.J. Holmes and he crushed me. We say sayonara to Florida and head to Texas, San Antonio specifically for the Valero Texas Open. Let’s see if I can help you out this week...
Via The Fantasy Fix
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Daily Fantasy Golf: The Valero Open at TPC San Antonio

Daily Fantasy Golf:  The Arnold Palmer Invitational Recap Matt Every sunk an 18 foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole for a final round 66 and the outright lead and repeat championship at Bay Hill.  This marks the ninth straight tournament of the year that the winner has come from behind to win over the 54 hole leader.  Great job Matt.Golf is quite an amazing sport, and may be one...
Via Football Nation
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Risk and Reward - Arnold Palmer Invitational

I get it, I really do. Downton Abbey is a fine show and an interesting artistic effort to portray England's historical class system. But $40,000 to redecorate your office in a theme that matches the show? Using taxpayer dollars, no less! Look, I love golf and fantasy golf probably as much, if not more, than Mr. Aaron Schock of the Illinois legislature, but I don't know if I could...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Daily Fantasy Golf: The Arnold Palmer Invitational

Daily Fantasy Golf:  Valspar ChampionshipIf you were one of the ones watching College basketball and selection Sunday, then you missed out on the best finish in a golf tournament this year, and for as far back as I can recall. Jordan Speith overcame a three shot deficit in the last six holes to set the stage for a three way playoff between himself, Sean O’Hare, and Patrick Reed...
Via Football Nation
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings - Arnold Palmer Invitational

I'm going to take a typical golfer reaction to last week and blame everyone but myself for how my teams performed. I've noticed a marked decline in my points since I've restarted writing here and it has absolutely nothing to do with my terrible picks despite having the winner in my rankings for many of the weeks thus far. Death by analysis. Also, I've got entirely too much cultural...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Innisbrook makes up for bad spot on schedule for Valspar Championship

  The Valspar Championship wouldn't seem to have a lot going for it. It has the worst spot on the calendar for the Florida Swing, the one event where it makes sense for the top players to take a break. The Honda Classic is the home event of so many players living in the West Palm Beach area, and it's followed by a World Golf Championship at Doral. Arnold Palmer's tournament is next...
Via AP on Fox
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Hideki Matsuyama is strong, poised and now has a breakthrough victory on the PGA Tour.

DUBLIN, Ohio -- He lost the lead by sending his tee shot at No. 16 into the water, then broke his driver in frustration after what he feared would be his last drive of the day. Hideki Matsuyama still won his first PGA Tour event Sunday at the Memorial. He might just be getting started. Matsuyama, the 22-year old native of Japan who turned pro just over a year ago, beat Kevin Na on...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Fans Support Kevin Na for His Slow Play With Awesome T-Shirts

OK, Kevin Na infamously plays slow and people ***** about it. I like Kevin Na, I think he’s a good player and is usually a very dangerous putter. I understand that you should play faster but I wouldn’t open my big mouth about it like some players do. Golf gets more complaints about things then any other sport and I’d be surprised if there’s a sport that challenges that and...
Via The GP Golf Report
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

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