In the past, Colonial was known as a shot-maker's paradise because of its narrow fairways. After a few tweaks to the classic course, this year might prove to be different, writes ESPN.com's Nathan Easler.
According to an old golf axiom, it's not how you start, it's how you finish. No one epitomized that better this week than Rory Sabbatini, who rode a stellar late stretch of golf for his fifth PGA Tour win, writes ESPN.com's Nathan Easler.
Last year, the HP Byron Nelson Championship was one of the hardest venues. Can we expect more of the same in the PGA Tour's second stop on the Texas swing? ESPN.com's Nathan Easler examines the situation.
With the minuscule size of greens at this week's Verizon Heritage, players will have to be able to scramble around Harbour Town's greens if they want to cash a big paycheck come Sunday night, writes ESPN.com's Nathan Easler.
In his new blog, Golf Stats: The Numbers That Matter, Nathan Easler confirms that greens can make or break a player at Augusta National. But guess what? Getting to them turns out to be more important than putting on them.
Nathan Easler explains in his new blog, Golf Stats: The Numbers That Matter, how Aussie Geoff Ogilvy and his countrymen have several things going for them this week at the Shell Houston Open. None might be as important as their birth certificates.
Nathan Easler explains in his new blog, Golf Stats: The Numbers That Matter, just how much better Tiger Woods was than Sean O'Hair and the rest of the field at Bay Hill this week, and more specifically, on Sunday.
Nathan Easler explains how it was apropos that two-time U.S. Open winner Retief Goosen captured his seventh PGA Tour win at a course resembling the setting at two of the South African's biggest triumphs.
Nathan Easler explains in his new blog, Golf Stats: The Numbers That Matter how the Transitions Championship won't be mistaken for the U.S. Open any time soon. But this week's PGA Tour stop has more in common with the major than you might think.