Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – The Champions Tour announced its
2015 schedule Wednesday and it will feature 26 tournaments.
Just like in 2014, the 2015 slate will begin in Hawaii on Jan. 23 for the
Mitsubishi Electric Championship and the schedule will run through the Charles
Schwab Cup Championship in Arizona, which will be held from Nov. 5-8.
The schedule is up one event from 2014 with the addition of the Tucson
Conquistadores Classic, which will be played from continue
Palm Beach Gardens, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – Brad Fritsch carded his fourth
round in the 60s on Tuesday as he cruised to medalist honors at the Web.com
Tour Qualifying Tournament.
Fritsch closed with a 6-under 66 to complete the 6-round marathon at 27-under-
par 402. The Canadian, who was a PGA Tour member the last two seasons, will be
exempt for the entire 2015 Web.com Tour season.
Andrew Landry posted a 3-under 68 to grab second place at minus-20. Dustin
Bray matched Fritsch’s 66 and climbed into third place at 19-under-par 410.
Rhein Gibson shot 68 to finish in fourth continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Another season has come and gone on the
European Tour, but not before the 2014 campaign produced a number of
compelling storylines, including the emergence of the now-No. 1 player in the
Rory McIlroy has always been a rising star in the sport of golf, but it still
appeared as if he had not quite taken that leap to the next level. That all
changed in 2014 as McIlroy had loads of success on both the European continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Lee Westwood rallied to win the
Thailand Golf Championship on Sunday and that victory vaulted him to No. 26 in
this week’s world rankings.
Westwood, who was previously No. 43 in the world, fired a 5-under 67 in the
final round to come from behind and win. He finished the week at 8-under-par
There was not much change to the top players in the world as Rory McIlroy
maintained his stronghold on the No. 1 spot. continue
Palm Beach Gardens, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – Brad Fritsch fired a 6-under
66 in Sunday’s fourth round and he extended his advantage to six shots at the
Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament.
Fritsch finished 72 holes at 20-under-par 266, which is six shots better than
second-round leader Rick Cochran. Fritsch played his fourth round on the
Champion Course Sunday.
Play rotates over the par-71 Champion Course and the par-72 Fazio Course at
PGA National for the six-round tournament.
Cochran carded a 2-under 69 continue