The Shriners Children’s Open begins Thursday at TPC Summerlin and includes a strong contingent of players with ties to Southern Nevada.
A FanDuel sportsbook bettor in Illinois had a lot to celebrate after the U.S. Ryder Cup team defeated Europe on Sunday at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Brooks Downing, who runs BD Global Sports, the firm that ran last year’s Korn Ferry event at Paiute, says discussions are continuing to bring the tournament back to Las Vegas.
The PGA Tour event set for Oct. 14-17 at the Summit Club.
Reigning Master champion Hideki Matsuyama will be joined by Louis Oosthuizen, Francesco Molinari, Adam Scott and a host of other elite players.
Before diving into a new PGA Tour year, it’s worth taking a quick walk down memory lane on the season that was.
Kevin Na has a win in each of the last four years. In six events over the past two months, he has two ties for second, a tie for third, a tie for eighth and two other top-25 finishes.
Bettors have to be sure what they’re wagering on in the PGA Tour season finale: FedEx Cup winner or best 72-hole score? They won’t necessarily be the same.
Martin Laird will return to TPC Summerlin to defend his title, along with 2020 winner Kevin Na, 2019 champion Bryson DeChambeau and 2018 titlist Patrick Cantlay.
Handicapper Wes Reynolds, co-host of VSiN’s “Long Shots” golf betting show, is looking at a handful of golfers to win this week’s BMW Championship near Baltimore.
Gary Carpendale won the Nevada Senior Amateur this month, the first state title of his career. The 62-year-old finished at 6-under 210 at Bear’s Best for a two-shot win.
Jon Rahm is the 10-1 favorite to win The Northern Trust. But handicapper Wes Reynolds looked down the odds board for his best bets, starting with Rory McIlroy at 22-1.
Las Vegan David Lipsky finished 12th on the Korn Ferry Tour’s season points list, giving him one of 25 promotions to the PGA Tour. He will be a member for the first time.
Handicapper Wes Reynolds offers his selections for the Wyndham Championship, which starts Thursday in Greensboro, North Carolina.
When the PGA Tour announced its 2021-2022 schedule last week, it wasn’t shocking that the relocated CJ Cup once again landed in Las Vegas. What was a surprise was the venue: The Summit Club.