Ever since the announcement was made that The Open would be returning to Northern Ireland for the first time since 1951, this year’s championship has arguably been the most anticipated edition in modern golfing history.
Established in 1972, The Scottish Open has become one of the premier events in recent years on the European Tour with it becoming one of the eight tournaments within the Rolex Series.
As a new professional tournament, Minnesota celebrates its first regular PGA Tour event in half a century, enjoying a higher standing for what before was one of the most popular stops on the PGA Tour Champions.
Formerly known as the Quicken Loans National between 2013 and 2018, the tournament was held across four different golf clubs throughout the 12 editions before moving to Detroit for this year’s edition with Rocket Mortgage taking over the sponsorship title.
Entering its 36th year as host, River Highlands is best known for one of the most thrilling finishes on tour where holes 15-17 play around a four-acre lake that often creates drama.
Renowned as one of the most famous courses in the world, Pebble Beach celebrates its 100th year and hosts the national open for the sixth time and first since 2010. Here's our exclusive preview.
The RBC Canadian Open makes its earliest start in history, having been sandwiched between the Open Championship and a WGC for the past 12 years, a slot that has often limited the calibre of the field.
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus’ design and home is a course that took the great years to perfect. Now it attracts one of the strongest fields in a regular PGA Tour event due to the stature of the host and the quality of the golf course.
For a course of such difficulty, scoring around Colonial since 2009 has been rather low – except for 2014 – with an average winning total of 15 under par. Here's our preview of this week's event.
Here's The Stats Zone's exclusive preview of the second major of the year - the PGA Championship, including past winners, favourites and outsiders, and key betting markets.
The 2018 edition made its first appearance at Trinity Forest and resulted in the lowest score to par winning total in the tournament's history at -23, a record that could well be beaten again this week now players have further familiarity with the course. There have been just three playoffs since 2009 and four since 2002, with an average winning margin of 1.6 in the past ten editions.
A recurrent top ten among the PGA Tour’s hardest courses, Quail Hollow hosts its second Wells Fargo edition since a year off to host the 2017 PGA Championship.
In 2017, the Zurich Classic changed its typical format of 72-hole stroke-play to a team event, with 80 pairs making up the field. The PGA Tour wanted to introduce a team format into the regular schedule to provide a different excitement that is seen in team golf such as the Ryder Cup and World Cup. Round 1 and 3 are Four-Ball (Best-Ball) and Rounds 2 and 4 are Foursomes (Alternate Shot).
For a course that is regarded as short by modern day standards the scoring is typically modest around Harbour town which is a testament to the intelligent design, with an average winning total of 13 under par. 2009 winner Brian Gay holds the tournament scoring record at 20 under par having won by a mammoth 10 shots, also a record. However, the average winning margin, removing 2009, is just one stroke with five playoffs coming in the previous 10 editions.