PGA Championship 2017

PGA Championship 2017 in the second round, starting Friday night. The Australian world No.7 carded a one-under-par 70 at Quail Hollow on Thursday to sit three shots back of clubhouse leader Thorbjorn Olesen and American Kevin Kisner.

PGA Championship 2017

The 2017 PGA Championship is the 99th PGA Championship and is taking place from August 10–13 at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. This is the first major at Quail Hollow, a regular stop on the PGA Tour. Beginning in 2019, the tournament will be held in May.

Denmark’s Olesen shot an impressive 67 to take a share of the lead at four-under with Kisner. Reigning US Open champion Brooks Koepka, Grayson Murray, Chris Stroud, Gary Woodland and DA Points (all 68) share third at three-under. World No.10 Rickie Fowler, Paul Casey and Patrick Reed (69) headline a seven-way tie for eighth at two-under.

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In a share of 15th alongside playing partner and world No.1 Dustin Johnson, the 29-year-old Day leads the Australian charge, with Adam Scott a shot back from his compatriot after carding a respectable even-par 71.Townsville native Scott Hend is next best of the Australians at one-over after shooting a 72 to share 33rd place alongside world No.2 Jordan Spieth and No.4 Rory McIlroy.

The 99th PGA Championship is set up to be a memorable one, with Rory McIlroy the favorite to win on a Quail Hollow course he’s found great success at, while Open Championship victor Jordan Spieth tries to make it two majors in a row to complete the career grand slam. Beyond them, nearly each of the top 100 ranked golfers in the world will be showing up in Charlotte, N.C., to prove what they’re worth as they attempt to capture the Wanamaker Trophy.

Mixing the tremendous of the Quail Hollow Club with the importance of the fourth and final major of the 2017 golf season, you are going to want to watch every minute of action from the 2017 PGA Championship this week in Charlotte, North Carolina. Exciting action will be aplenty Thursday through Sunday, and you can catch it all both on your television and streaming live online.

If you don’t want to be glued to the screen, be sure to check back with CBS Sports as we are featuring a live blog covering every angle and highlight of the PGA Championship leaderboard during all four days.

PGA Championship 2017 TV schedule

Round 1 — Thursday

Live stream: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on PGA.com
Live TV coverage: 1-7 p.m. on TNT
On the Range: 11 a.m. on CBS Sports Network
Clubhouse report: 8 p.m. on CBS Sports Network

Round 2 — Friday

Live stream: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on PGA.com
Live TV coverage: 1-7 p.m. on TNT
On the Range: 11 a.m. on CBS Sports Network
Clubhouse report: 8 p.m. on CBS Sports Network

Round 3 — Saturday

Live early TV coverage: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on TNT
Early TV simulcast online: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on PGA.com
Live TV coverage: 2-7 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast online: 2-7 p.m. on CBSSports.com and CBS All Access
Clubhouse report: 8 p.m. on CBS Sports Network
Round 3 encore: 9 p.m. on CBS Sports Network

Round 4 — Sunday

Live early TV coverage: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on TNT
Early TV simulcast online: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on PGA.com
Live TV coverage: 2-7 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast online: 2-7 p.m. on CBSSports.com and CBS All Access
Clubhouse report: 8 p.m. on CBS Sports Network
Round 4 encore: 9 p.m. on CBS Sports Network

Glorious Goodwood 2017

 

GLORIOUS GOODWOOD 2017 is one of the most anticipated flat racing events in the British calendar, falling in the heart of the summer. The action kicks off on August 1 and culminates on Saturday August 5 with the Stewards’ Cup and its purse of more than
£200,000 at the centre of the action.

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Watch Glorious Goodwood 2017 Live

It was thrilling day one at Glorious Goodwood – and it looks like being more of the same on day two. There is another stacked day at racing both at Goodwood and on other courses around Britain as we reach the midway point of the working week.Our man Newsboy has run through the card to give you sound betting tips for day two at the Sussex racecourse.We also have the best bets for Perth, Redcar, Leicester and Sandown Park.So get your little red pen at the ready and have a look what our man Newsboy fancies up and down the country.

Glorious Goodwood 2017

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The Qatar Goodwood Cup Stakes was at the centre of the day’s action with Big Orange out to seal a record third consecutive win in the race. 2017 MLL Championship

There was more than £500,000 on the line in prize money and Frankie Dettori was on board last year’s champion after recovering from the shoulder injury that kept him out of Royal Ascot earlier this summer. But he was left disappointed, out-run by Stradivarius coming up on the rail.

2017 Glorious Goodwood Day 1 results
1.50pm Matchbook Betting Exchange Handicap

REVISED: 1st Fabricate 20/1, 2nd Dark Red 12/1, 3rd Khairaat 7/1, 4th Uae Prince 6/1

The Scout tipped: Uae Prince

Noble Gift made the early running with Abdon not far off but Uae Prince and Khairaat were well out the back. Garcia moved up with a furlong and a half to go but it was Dark Red who clung on by a head from Fabricate. Uae Prince looked to have the pace in the closing stages but got boxed in and could only finish fourth.

However, after a stewards’ inquiry the royal runner Fabricate was adjudged to have been bumped by Dark Red and was awarded the win.

How can I watch Glorious Goodwood 2017 live on TV?

ITV, and their new racing anchor Ed Chamberlain, will show live coverage of action from Goodwood.

The channel is live on Freeview or Sky or Virgin channel 103.

However, some of the later races will not be shown on ITV and only available on subscription channel Racing UK.

How can I stream Glorious Goodwood 2017 online?

ITV will show all their coverage live through the ITV Hub, available on the station’s website.

Glorious Goodwood 2017 TV schedule

Tuesday August 1 – ITV (1.30pm – 4pm), Racing UK (1pm – 5.30pm)

Wednesday August 2 – ITV (1.30pm – 4pm), Racing UK (1pm – 5.30pm)

Thursday August 3 – ITV (1.30pm – 4pm), Racing UK (1pm – 5.30pm)

Friday August 4 – ITV (1.30pm – 4pm), Racing UK (1pm – 5pm)

Saturday August 5 – ITV (1.30pm – 4pm), Racing UK (1pm – 5.30pm)

IAAF World Championships 2017 live stream

London will be hosting the 16th edition of IAAF World Championships 2017 from August 4 at the Olympic Stadium. Big names from across the globe will be arriving in at the capital city to compete in the 10-day track-and-field event. Usain Bolt and Mo Farah, the two decorated Olympians, will bring an end to their glorious careers in London. All you need to know about the world meet, starting August 4.

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IAAF World Championships 2017

IAAF World Championships 2017 live stream

The IAAF continues to work tirelessly to bring its events to athletics fans across the globe. From 4-13 August, fans will be able to watch the best athletes in the world in action at the IAAF World Championships 2017 London 2017, which will bring a record 2038 athletes from 205 teams to the British capital.

IAAF World Championships 2017 2017: Live streaming, TV coverage

India: TV: Star Sports Select 2/HD 2. Live streaming: Hotstar
UK: TV: BBC. Live streaming: BBC iPlayer
US: TV: NBCSN. Live streaming: NBC Sports Live
Canada: TV: CBC. Live streaming: CBC Player
Rest of Europe: TV: Eurosport. Live streaming: Eurosport Live
Africa: TV: Supersport. Live streaming: Supersport online

The IAAF World Championships 2017 London 2017 is the biggest event to be staged at the London Stadium since the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with 2000 athletes from 200 nations set to compete across 14 sessions as well as among The 2017 IAAF World Championships 2017 are the 16th edition and are scheduled to be held in August 2017 in London, United Kingdom. London was officially awarded the Championships by the IAAF, in Monaco on 11 November 2011. This championship is to be sprinter Usain Bolt’s and distance runner Mo Farah’s last.

Action from the London Stadium, venue of the 2012 Olympic Games, will be available to watch across all the IAAF’s continental areas via a combination of coverage on the channels of several broadcasters and a geo-blocked live stream which will be available in more than 140 countries.

IAAF World Championships 2017 2017 Live Online

Watch the world’s best male and female runners during the Marathon at IAAF World Championships 2017 2017 in Central London. The Men’s Marathon sets off at 10.55am with the Women’s Marathon beginning at 2pm, providing an incredible day of distance running through the capital. MLL Championship

After the races, the medallists will receive their gongs in front of the Tower of London, where a stage and supporter zone will be in place to make the most of the atmosphere.

4- 13 August 2017

Secure your place at the London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to see some of the greatest athletes of all time compete in London one last time.

The emphasis will be on Usain Bolt as the enriched Olympian is good to go to hang his boots in the wake of running the 100m and 4x100m hand-off races in the forthcoming meet. Likewise read: Full rundown of Indian competitors at IAAF World Championships 2017 2017.

Separation running legend and neighborhood trust Mo Farah could likewise utilize the London meet as his swansong. Having won five big showdowns Golds up until this point, the 34-year-old will be peering toward a twofold – 5000m, 10,000m. Farah races in the 10,000 meters on Friday night, the first of 42 finals at the London Stadium crosswise over 10 days — and there is still time to grab a seat for the activity.

He stated: “It’s an incredible night for me by and by and the British group. Laura Muir’s been running splendidly this season and she could be one of the British stars of these titles. News Source

IAAF World Championships live stream: TV channel, schedule, timings

Usain Bolt and Mo Farah, the two decorated Olympians, will bring an end to their glorious careers in London. All you need to know about the world meet, starting August 4. London will be hosting the 16th edition of IAAF World Championships from August 4 at the Olympic Stadium. Big names from across the globe will be arriving in at the capital city to compete in the 10-day track-and-field event.

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Watch IAAF World Championships live stream

The IAAF continues to work tirelessly to bring its events to athletics fans across the globe. From 4-13 August, fans will be able to watch the best athletes in the world in action at the IAAF World Championships London 2017, which will bring a record 2038 athletes from 205 teams to the British capital.

IAAF World Championships 2017: Live streaming, TV coverage

India: TV: Star Sports Select 2/HD 2. Live streaming: Hotstar
UK: TV: BBC. Live streaming: BBC iPlayer
US: TV: NBCSN. Live streaming: NBC Sports Live
Canada: TV: CBC. Live streaming: CBC Player
Rest of Europe: TV: Eurosport. Live streaming: Eurosport Live
Africa: TV: Supersport. Live streaming: Supersport online

The IAAF World Championships London 2017 is the biggest event to be staged at the London Stadium since the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with 2000 athletes from 200 nations set to compete across 14 sessions as well as among The 2017 IAAF World Championships are the 16th edition and are scheduled to be held in August 2017 in London, United Kingdom. London was officially awarded the Championships by the IAAF, in Monaco on 11 November 2011. This championship is to be sprinter Usain Bolt’s and distance runner Mo Farah’s last.

Action from the London Stadium, venue of the 2012 Olympic Games, will be available to watch across all the IAAF’s continental areas via a combination of coverage on the channels of several broadcasters and a geo-blocked live stream which will be available in more than 140 countries.

The emphasis will be on Usain Bolt as the enriched Olympian is good to go to hang his boots in the wake of running the 100m and 4x100m hand-off races in the forthcoming meet. Likewise read: Full rundown of Indian competitors at IAAF World Championships 2017.

Separation running legend and neighborhood trust Mo Farah could likewise utilize the London meet as his swansong. Having won five big showdowns Golds up until this point, the 34-year-old will be peering toward a twofold – 5000m, 10,000m. Farah races in the 10,000 meters on Friday night, the first of 42 finals at the London Stadium crosswise over 10 days — and there is still time to grab a seat for the activity.

He stated: “It’s an incredible night for me by and by and the British group. Laura Muir’s been running splendidly this season and she could be one of the British stars of these titles.

IAAF World Championships 2017 Live Online

Watch the world’s best male and female runners during the Marathon at IAAF World Championships 2017 in Central London. The Men’s Marathon sets off at 10.55am with the Women’s Marathon beginning at 2pm, providing an incredible day of distance running through the capital. MLL Championship

After the races, the medallists will receive their gongs in front of the Tower of London, where a stage and supporter zone will be in place to make the most of the atmosphere.

4- 13 August 2017

Secure your place at the London Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to see some of the greatest athletes of all time compete in London one last time. News Source

Game of Thrones Season 7

Season Seven of Game of Thrones is truly underway, the second episode seeing the Queens of Westeros make their first moves towards seizing/keeping the Iron Throne. The direwolves in Game of Thrones Season 7 were central figures in the Stark clan; a symbol for each child’s fate as George RR Martin’s book series A Song of Fire and Ice progressed.

Game of Thrones Season 7: But the books remain on ice as the HBO series continues at wildfire pace, with only one more season after season seven concludes on August 28. So what of remaining direwolves’ roles in the television series? A tantalising guest appearance of Arya’s wolf Nymeria in episode two was almost conclusively a farewell for her owner, as fans took to Twitter to grieve.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH: Game of Thrones Season 7

**Spoilers for the episode ‘Stormborn’ ahead**

One notable scene saw Arya finally reunite with her long-lost direwolf, Nymeria, as teased in the episode’s trailer. Unexpectedly, very little actually happens during the scene; the direwolf’s pack surround Arya, deciding not to kill her after seemingly recognising the Stark. As the animal walks away, Arya comments

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“That’s not you”.During a post-episode discussion, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss explained how the phrase was a callback to season one. But Nymeria’s found her own life.”The seventh season is directed by Alan Taylor, Jeremy Podeswa, Mark Mylod and Matt Shakman. Game of Thrones Season 7 Live Stream Online for free.

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2

All the biggest moments from ‘Game of Thrones’ season 7 episode 2, Last week at the end of the “Game of Thrones” première, Dany said, “Shall we begin?” This week, the answer was “We shall!” Episode 2 opens on thunder and lightning at Dragonstone. How apropos for our yellow-haired queen of mayhem. “On a night like this, you came into the world,” Tyrion says. He, Varys, Daenerys, Grey Worm, and Missandei are in the Map Room, looking like a bunch of evil geniuses. Dragonstone is quite something: cavelike walls, torch sconces, ghastly, eye-socket-like windows overlooking the dark seas.

There’s a map-covered table dotted with chess-type pieces—“not so many lions,” Dany says, meaning the Lannisters. The Queen and her advisers have a bracing chat. Sure, they could take Westeros, with their dragons and whatnot—but to what end? “You’re not here to be queen of the ashes,” Tyrion says. They talk about transparency, trust, and the nature of government.

The Game of Game of Thrones season 7, episode 2, Stormborn

REVIEW: With the shortened season, Game of Thrones has accelerated the pacing of each episode. Last week’s premiere crammed a lot of development into a single hour and yet somehow the second hour seems to have even more going on. After some teased character development and reappearances at Comic Con this week, tonight’s Game of Thrones did not disappoint with some shippers being very happy, battle lines being drawn, and one help of a twist ending. There was nudity, there was bloodshed, and there were lots of Westerosi playing the titular game. Overall, this was a damn good hour. Let’s unpack what went down south of The Wall.

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2

First off, the various houses of Westeros are drawing their allegiances. Cersei reveals that she has a means to defeat Daenarys and her dragons and sends her new ally, Euron Greyjoy, to intercept his niece and prevent the planned invasion of King’s Landing. At Dragonstone, Daenarys brings together the Tyrells, The Martells, and the Greyjoy siblings to unite in a siege that will begin her attempted reign in Westeros. Daenarys also tests the loyalty of Lord Varys who delivers some of his backstory in such a way that he seems much more formidable than we have ever seen him.

In the end, Daenarys accepts his loyalty but promises to kill him if he betrays her. Daenarys makes the same pledge to the newly arrived Melisandre who delivers the prophecy that the Mother of Dragons will be victorious but only if she enlists the aid of Jon Snow. Tyrion vouches for Jon and sends an invitation for the King in the North to vist Dragonstone which is lucky because we know that Snow needs dragonglass to defeat the White Walker army.

I’m going to address something right now, and then we’re not going to talk about it again for the rest of our lives: it is strange to watch the men tasked with writing Game of Thrones attempt to write intimacy that is not twisted in some way. And so this week’s sex scene between Grey Worm and Missandei was both touching and embarrassing. Grey Worm comparing the feeling of being in love with Missandei with a child’s fear of snakes or the ocean was a clumsy rhetorical choice on his part, and Missandei’s “I want to see you, please” made me want to throw myself off a building. But I’m happy these two kids finally got it together long enough to take it all off.

That’s pretty tragic in its own way, and particularly in the context of this episode. In the excitement of yelling “fire and blood!” at my MacBook every Sunday night, I often forget how deeply, serially sad this show is.

Please don’t say “You are my weakness,” to people! That’s not a good compliment! And we all deserve better in a world where ice zombies and magical fire pirates are possible. There, we did it, our serious discussion for the week. More News

FINA World Championships 2017

FINA World Championships 2017

The second night of action from the pool at Budapest at the FINA World Championships 2017 featured lots of exciting action. Hungarian Katinka Hosszu delivered a gold medal for the home crowd with her third straight 200 IM World Title. Adam Peaty and Sarah Sjostrom just missed their World Records in their respective events but they defended their 2015 World Titles in the process. Great Britain picked up another gold on the night with Ben Proud in the 50 fly.

The 17th FINA World Championships 2017, are held in Budapest, Hungary from 14 to 30 July 2017. Americans picked up medals from Kevin Cordes (silver) in the 100 breast, Kelsi Worrell (bronze) in the 100 fly and Madisyn Cox (bronze) in the 200 IM.

OLYMPIC 400m freestyle champion Mack Horton is so unrepentant about calling out his Chinese rival Sun Yang as a drug cheat at last year’s Rio Games, that he has done it again leading into the world championships in Budapest.

Two days ahead of their rematch over 400m in Budapest, Horton was asked about his rivalry with Sun, who is defending the world title. The Australian responded: “I don’t know if it’s a rivalry (between us). I think it’s a rivalry between clean athletes and athletes who have tested positive, but there should be some good racing.”

Sun served a secret three-month suspension in 2014 after giving a positive test to a banned heart medication. He had served the doping ban and returned to competition before it was announced that he had fallen foul of the rules.

His Chinese fans created a social media storm in the wake of Horton’s comments at the Rio Olympics and the Australian is still regularly trolled by Sun’s supporters.

The Olympic 200m freestyle champion, who is coached by Australian Denis Cotterell, leads this year’s world rankings with a best of 3:42.16, two seconds faster than third-ranked Horton’s best so far this year of 3:44.18. But Horton, who won the Olympic crown in 3:41.55, warned his rivals not to underestimate him in Budapest. Watch FINA World Championships 2017

He said he felt “relaxed’’ about his prospects for the championships and did not feel the need to redeem himself after a parasitic infection affected his performance at the last world titles, where he won a bronze medal in the 800m freestyle, but missed the final of the 400m and 1500m. FINA World Championships 2017 Live Stream,

He said that experience gave him the mental fortitude to win on the world stage in Rio.“When I think about that 2015 experience, it was more that’s what losing feels like,’’ he said.“I know that if I do lose it’s not the end of the world, so don’t stress, relax, it’s going to be okay. That’s what I took away from 2015.

“I went from the lowest point, hopefully, of my swimming career to the highest and you know what that lowest feels like so you can pretty much deal with anything. Horton will kick off his huge program in the 400m freestyle on Saturday. He will also swim the 200m, 800m and 1500m freestyle and 4 X 200m freestyle relay in the next eight days. News Source

Sharks And The City: Los Angeles

Sharks And The City: Los AngelesSharks And The City: Los Angeles, It’s Shark Week 2017! Shark Week is a special week on Discovery Channel that featured only “shark based” programming.

Shark Week first began on July 17, 1988, and has happened annually since then in July or August. It has grown so much that it’s become a cultural phenomenon, sparking things like Syfy’s Sharknado franchise. Because of this, it has had some detractors saying that the week is no longer educational and mere entertainment, such as Olympian Michael Phelps racing a great white shark last night.

Shark Week 2017: Your Ultimate Guide to All 18 Programs

Shark Week 2017 is broadcast internationally in over 72 countries and is highly promoted on social media nowadays. This is year marks the 29th anniversary of Shark Week and its third year with host, actor Eli Roth.

Michael Phelps is the greatest human swimmer of all time, but if you put him up against any random great white shark, he’s chum.

That is, unless he gets a special flipper for his feet that will mimic the function of a great white shark’s tail fin. Which is exactly what he gets in this clip from Phelps Vs Shark: Great Gold Vs Great White, seen here via Entertainment Weekly.

Watch Sharks And The City: Los Angeles for Shark Week 2017

In the special, which kicks off Discovery’s annual Shark Week programming, Phelps will race a great white shark. It’s pretty simple. Unfortunately, he won’t be in the water with the shark, but his numbers will be measured against the shark’s. And this is one race the all-time Olympic gold medal record holder is not favored to win — great whites can swim about 25 mph; Phelps topped out at 6 mph at the height of his powers. So he needs all the help he can get.

Just when you thought it was safe to turn on your television, the Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” and National Geographic Wild’s “SharkFest” are hitting the air with competing daily programming.

Phelps Vs Shark: Great Gold Vs Great White airs the first night of Shark Week, Sunday, July 23 at 8/7c on Discovery.

As director of the Florida Program for Shark Research and curator of the International Shark Attack File, I offer the advice to viewers to cast a jaundiced eye on each episode’s title and premise. Remember, TV show titles and preview teases are constructed to hook an audience.

And they do. Although many of today’s shark shows depict sharks in a more level-headed way than in the past, the networks just can’t seem to put certain stereotypes to rest. But if you want to know more than whether sharks can outswim Michael Phelps, there are ways to watch smartly. News Source

How to watch Shark Week 2017

shark week 2017It’s Shark Week 2017! Shark Week is a special week on Discovery Channel that featured only “shark based” programming.

Shark Week first began on July 17, 1988, and has happened annually since then in July or August. It has grown so much that it’s become a cultural phenomenon, sparking things like Syfy’s Sharknado franchise. Because of this, it has had some detractors saying that the week is no longer educational and mere entertainment, such as Olympian Michael Phelps racing a great white shark last night.

Shark Week 2017: Your Ultimate Guide to All 18 Programs

Shark Week 2017 is broadcast internationally in over 72 countries and is highly promoted on social media nowadays. This is year marks the 29th anniversary of Shark Week and its third year with host, actor Eli Roth.

Michael Phelps is the greatest human swimmer of all time, but if you put him up against any random great white shark, he’s chum.

That is, unless he gets a special flipper for his feet that will mimic the function of a great white shark’s tail fin. Which is exactly what he gets in this clip from Phelps Vs Shark: Great Gold Vs Great White, seen here via Entertainment Weekly.

Watch Michael Phelps Prepare to Race a Great White Shark for Shark Week 2017

In the special, which kicks off Discovery’s annual Shark Week programming, Phelps will race a great white shark. It’s pretty simple. Unfortunately, he won’t be in the water with the shark, but his numbers will be measured against the shark’s. And this is one race the all-time Olympic gold medal record holder is not favored to win — great whites can swim about 25 mph; Phelps topped out at 6 mph at the height of his powers. So he needs all the help he can get.

Just when you thought it was safe to turn on your television, the Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” and National Geographic Wild’s “SharkFest” are hitting the air with competing daily programming.

Phelps Vs Shark: Great Gold Vs Great White airs the first night of Shark Week, Sunday, July 23 at 8/7c on Discovery.

As director of the Florida Program for Shark Research and curator of the International Shark Attack File, I offer the advice to viewers to cast a jaundiced eye on each episode’s title and premise. Remember, TV show titles and preview teases are constructed to hook an audience.

And they do. Although many of today’s shark shows depict sharks in a more level-headed way than in the past, the networks just can’t seem to put certain stereotypes to rest. But if you want to know more than whether sharks can outswim Michael Phelps, there are ways to watch smartly. News Source

Barbasol Championship 2017

Barbasol Championship 2017

The 2017 Barbasol Championship purse is set for $3.5 million, with the winner’s share coming in at $630,000 — the standard 18 percent payout according to the PGA Tour’s prize money distribution chart.

Bet Awards 2017

Watch Live Now: Barbasol Championship 2017

The Barbasol Championship 2017 field is headed by players who were unable to compete in the British Open Championship, serving as the state-side alternate-field event.

The event is played this year after again on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail on the Grand National course in Auburn, Aub.

Barbasol Championship 2017 Preview

PGA TOUR
BARBASOL CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
Site: Auburn, Ala.
Course: Grand National (Lake). Yardage: 7,302. Par: 71.
Purse: $3.5 million. (First prize: $630,000).
Television: Thursday-Friday, 5-8 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday-Sunday, 4-7 p .m. (Golf Channel).
Defending champion: Aaron Baddeley.
Last week: Bryson DeChambeau won the John Deere Classic.
FedEx Cup leader: Dustin Johnson.
Notes: The tournament is in its third year and held opposite the British Open. Jim Furyk failed to qualify for the British Open. It is the first major for which he has not been eligible since the 1995 British Open at St. Andrews in his second full year on the PGA Tour. … The winner gets in the PGA Championship but not The Masters.

Seven players from the field of the Barbasol Championship 2017 last year are playing in the British Open. Baddeley is No. 127 in the FedExCup. … After this week, there will be four tournaments remaining for players to get into the top 125 and qualify for the FedExCup playoffs. Jhonattan Vegas has the course record with a 60 in the second round last year.
Next week RBC Canadian Open.
Online: www.pgatour.com

When constructing a decision in fantasy golf and you encounter a crossroads, it’s important to remember the tenet that helped get you there.

Class is permanent.

The Barbasol Championship 2017 is the third of four additional events in the 2016-17 season. Each rewards its winner with 300 FedExCup points, berths into THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Championship, the SBS Tournament of Champions and many other exemptions. And in addition to a handsome direct deposit, PGA TOUR status through 2018-19 will be granted.

Despite the attraction for rookies, non-winners and the rank and file, the simplicity of the opportunity also captures the attention of the golfers for whom class is permanent. In our world, I like to label these guys as “One & Done-worthy.”

Jim Furyk is No. 3 in my Power Rankings and I’m stunned that none of my constituents are matching me in selecting the 47-year-old. Not that I’m entirely dismissive of their choices. Daniel Summerhays (Jonathan) and Chesson Hadley (Sean) are also in my Power Rankings at No. 4 and No. 6, respectively, and Scott Stallings (Mark) was a tough omission.

For me, I love that Furyk committed when it became apparent that he wasn’t going to qualify for The Open Championship. Sure, he’s not yet exempt next season, but he could burn consecutive career exemptions that would take him a few months into his age-49 season, if absolutely necessary.

Here’s where I remind you that top 10s are my goals. Seriously, I don’t expect wins. They are bonuses and infrequent at that. It’s a discourse in which I engage with gamers occasionally. Setting a baseline for a wider acceptable dispersion of results enables the decision-making process to work more organically.

Others in the field for whom this thinking can apply include Chad Campbell (No. 2 in the Power Rankings) and David Hearn (No. 7). Depending on your situation, either is One & Done-worthy.

If you’re of the mind to treat this event as a swing for the fences, then look no further than the rookie who sits atop my Power Rankings, Trey Mullinax. That’s what excites me most. Two-man gamers should plug him in immediately.

Elsewhere, I don’t tend to get giddy about up-and-coming talents because experience has persuaded me otherwise, but if Robby Shelton (No. 8 in the Power Rankings) was a stock, he might be my No. 1 tip. Also a product of the Crimson Tide, he carries himself with that confident swagger beholden of special athletes. He’s already been stockpiling results as a pro, too. And with a decent performance at Grand National – he placed T3 as an amateur here two years ago – he’ll qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals as a non-member. He’s in the fast lane, but the machine is a-purrin’ and under control. News Source

Barbasol Championship 2017 Live leaderboard, tee times, TV schedule

Barbasol Championship 2017

The 2017 Barbasol Championship purse is set for $3.5 million, with the winner’s share coming in at $630,000 — the standard 18 percent payout according to the PGA Tour’s prize money distribution chart.

Bet Awards 2017

Watch Live Now: Barbasol Championship 2017

The Barbasol Championship field is headed by players who were unable to compete in the British Open Championship, serving as the state-side alternate-field event.

The event is played this year after again on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail on the Grand National course in Auburn, Aub.

Barbasol Championship 2017 Preview

PGA TOUR
BARBASOL CHAMPIONSHIP
Site: Auburn, Ala.
Course: Grand National (Lake). Yardage: 7,302. Par: 71.
Purse: $3.5 million. (First prize: $630,000).
Television: Thursday-Friday, 5-8 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday-Sunday, 4-7 p .m. (Golf Channel).
Defending champion: Aaron Baddeley.
Last week: Bryson DeChambeau won the John Deere Classic.
FedEx Cup leader: Dustin Johnson.
Notes: The tournament is in its third year and held opposite the British Open. Jim Furyk failed to qualify for the British Open. It is the first major for which he has not been eligible since the 1995 British Open at St. Andrews in his second full year on the PGA Tour. … The winner gets in the PGA Championship but not The Masters.

Seven players from the field of the Barbasol Championship last year are playing in the British Open. Baddeley is No. 127 in the FedExCup. … After this week, there will be four tournaments remaining for players to get into the top 125 and qualify for the FedExCup playoffs. Jhonattan Vegas has the course record with a 60 in the second round last year.
Next week RBC Canadian Open.
Online: www.pgatour.com

When constructing a decision in fantasy golf and you encounter a crossroads, it’s important to remember the tenet that helped get you there.

Class is permanent.

The Barbasol Championship is the third of four additional events in the 2016-17 season. Each rewards its winner with 300 FedExCup points, berths into THE PLAYERS Championship, the PGA Championship, the SBS Tournament of Champions and many other exemptions. And in addition to a handsome direct deposit, PGA TOUR status through 2018-19 will be granted.

Despite the attraction for rookies, non-winners and the rank and file, the simplicity of the opportunity also captures the attention of the golfers for whom class is permanent. In our world, I like to label these guys as “One & Done-worthy.”

Jim Furyk is No. 3 in my Power Rankings and I’m stunned that none of my constituents are matching me in selecting the 47-year-old. Not that I’m entirely dismissive of their choices. Daniel Summerhays (Jonathan) and Chesson Hadley (Sean) are also in my Power Rankings at No. 4 and No. 6, respectively, and Scott Stallings (Mark) was a tough omission.

For me, I love that Furyk committed when it became apparent that he wasn’t going to qualify for The Open Championship. Sure, he’s not yet exempt next season, but he could burn consecutive career exemptions that would take him a few months into his age-49 season, if absolutely necessary.

Here’s where I remind you that top 10s are my goals. Seriously, I don’t expect wins. They are bonuses and infrequent at that. It’s a discourse in which I engage with gamers occasionally. Setting a baseline for a wider acceptable dispersion of results enables the decision-making process to work more organically.

Others in the field for whom this thinking can apply include Chad Campbell (No. 2 in the Power Rankings) and David Hearn (No. 7). Depending on your situation, either is One & Done-worthy.

If you’re of the mind to treat this event as a swing for the fences, then look no further than the rookie who sits atop my Power Rankings, Trey Mullinax. That’s what excites me most. Two-man gamers should plug him in immediately.

Elsewhere, I don’t tend to get giddy about up-and-coming talents because experience has persuaded me otherwise, but if Robby Shelton (No. 8 in the Power Rankings) was a stock, he might be my No. 1 tip. Also a product of the Crimson Tide, he carries himself with that confident swagger beholden of special athletes. He’s already been stockpiling results as a pro, too. And with a decent performance at Grand National – he placed T3 as an amateur here two years ago – he’ll qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals as a non-member. He’s in the fast lane, but the machine is a-purrin’ and under control. News Source

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