A Fine Line
Phil Mickelson watches his drive off the first tee during the fourth round of the Valero Texas Open golf tournament, Sunday, ...(AP Photo/Darren Abate)
Being put on the clock might have cost Henrik Stenson a victory.
Tiger Woods' most dangerous foe right now? That would be Tiger Woods.
|1||Bubba Watson (USA)||6||$2,680,950|
|2||Dustin Johnson (USA)||6||$2,440,667|
|3||Jimmy Walker (USA)||11||$2,353,349|
|4||Patrick Reed (USA)||10||$2,168,233|
|5||Brandt Snedeker (USA)||11||$1,986,007|
|6||Jason Day (AUS)||7||$1,979,528|
|7||Ryan Moore (USA)||9||$1,961,126|
|8||Jordan Spieth (USA)||9||$1,907,796|
|9||Sang-Moon Bae (KOR)||12||$1,863,411|
|10||Robert Streb (USA)||12||$1,791,267|
Play Podcast PGA Tour's Jordan Spieth discusses his latest win at Valspar, preparing for The Masters, his goal of catching up to Rory McIlroy, what he's learned from both his wins and losses and more.
Play Podcast Scott Van Pelt shares his thoughts on the PGA's treatment of caddies during the tour and compares their treatment to "outside dogs" in his latest One Big Thing.
Play Podcast ESPN.com's Bob Harig offers his insights on Tiger Woods' withdrawal from the Farmers Insurance Open, how Woods' game has changed and his health and mindset.