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Genesis Open, Round 3: Leaderboard, tee times, TV schedule

By PGA Tour News on Sat, Feb 17 2018 5:15 AM

A trio of players enter Saturday at Riviera tied for the lead at 7 under. First-round leader Patrcik Cantlay rallied to a 2-under finish to his second round, while Graeme McDowell posted a 66 to match him. Sam Saunders is the third man at 7 under, with a couple holes to play to finish up his second round. Tiger Woods struggled to a 5-over 76, meaning the next time we will see the Big Cat is at the Honda Classic. Whose star shines brightest on Saturday in La La Land? Round 3 tee times Round 3 leaderboard HOW TO WATCH/LISTEN TELEVISION: Saturday, 2-3:30 p.m. (Golf Channel), 4-7 p.m. (CBS). Sunday, 1-2:45 p.m. (GC), 3-6:30 p.m. (CBS). PGA TOUR LIVE: Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m. (featured holes). Sunday, 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (featured holes). A free preview of Featured Group coverage will be streaming live on Twitter on Thursday and Friday during the first hour of coverage. RADIO: Saturday, 2-7 p.m. Sunday, 1-6:30 p.m. (PGA TOUR Radio on SiriusXM and PGATOUR.com) NOTABLE PAIRINGS (All...

Emergency 9: Fantasy golf advice for Genesis Open

By PGA Tour News on Sat, Feb 17 2018 4:04 AM

Here are nine tidbits from the second round of the Genesis Open that gamers can use tomorrow, this weekend or down the road. Be looking for the Emergency 9 shortly after the close of play of each round of the tournament. PAIN OR GAIN These were the top-five picked golfers in the PGA TOUR Fantasy One & Done presented by SERVPRO: With 15 players stranded, Round 2 will not be completed until tomorrow morning. The cut is not official yet and neither will be the places used in the descriptions below. I'll use the current suspended leaderboard as a point of reference with the understanding it can change tomorrow. As it stands, all five above will be playing the weekend with Mickelson leading the group at T26. Yikes. Hey, at least DJ rallied and made the cut! There's hope! You See, L.A.! Former UCLA Bruin and Southland native Patrick Cantlay looks to add win No. 2 to the season as he shares the clubhouse lead after his first two rounds. The Shriners champion pointed out today that when he...

Tiger Woods looking ahead after likely missing the cut at Genesis Open

By PGA Tour News on Sat, Feb 17 2018 3:24 AM

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. – Tiger Woods will be around at the Genesis Open this weekend – unfortunately he won’t be playing. In his role as tournament host at Riviera Country Club, Woods will stick around in Los Angeles for his official duties and will also work on his game after a second round 5-over 76 has him well outside the projected cut line at 6 over. The 79-time PGA TOUR winner had a tough day off the tee and on the greens hitting just four of 14 fairways (one of which came after bouncing off a tree) and needing 32 putts. “I didn't really play that well today. I missed every tee shot left and I did not putt well, didn't feel very good on the greens and consequently never made a run,” he lamented afterward. After going out in 2-over 37, Woods birdied the 10th hole to put himself right around the projected cut. But then he promptly made three straight bogeys, two with three-putts, to cut short just his second full field event since back fusion surgery last April. “I didn't...

The Upshot: Graeme McDowell tied for the lead at Genesis Open

By PGA Tour News on Sat, Feb 17 2018 2:16 AM

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. – Graeme McDowell was being interviewed on Sky Sports this week when the UK network posted a graphic showing his track record at Riviera. “Didn’t make for very great reading,” G-Mac said. “I was like, ‘Please, switch that off.’” In five previous trips to this week’s Genesis Open host course, McDowell has three missed cuts and a best result of T-41. Of those first 14 rounds, just two were in the 60s. The results are surprising given that Riviera is Hogan’s Alley, a course that should favor shotmakers such as McDowell. Although recent winners like defending champ Dustin Johnson and two-time champ Bubba Watson are among the TOUR’s longest hitters, McDowell doesn’t consider Riviera a bomber’s course – at least not this week. He said the dry weather has firmed up the course, forcing the big hitters to scale back and giving the shorter hitters such as G-Mac a chance to succeed in tougher scoring conditions. He’s making the most of it. Through two rounds,...

Inside the Field: The Honda Classic

By PGA Tour News on Sat, Feb 17 2018 1:32 AM

Winner - PGA/U.S. Open Championship Jason Dufner Martin Kaymer Rory McIlroy Justin Thomas Jimmy Walker Winner - THE PLAYERS Championship Rickie Fowler Si Woo Kim Tiger Woods Winner - The Masters Sergio Garcia Adam Scott Winner - World Golf Championship Event Russell Knox Shane Lowry Winners of the Arnold Palmer Inv. & the Memorial (Last 3 Years) Matt Every David Lingmerth William McGirt Winner - FedExCup - Last Five Seasons Billy Horschel Tournament Winner in Past Two Seasons Ryan Armour Daniel Berger Wesley Bryan Greg Chalmers Austin Cook Bryson DeChambeau Fabián Gómez Cody Gribble Emiliano Grillo Brian Harman Russell Henley Mackenzie Hughes Billy Hurley III Smylie Kaufman Chris Kirk Kevin Kisner Patton Kizzire Peter Malnati Graeme McDowell Ryan Moore Grayson Murray D.A. Points Ted Potter, Jr. Patrick Reed Webb Simpson Brandt Snedeker Chris Stroud Brian Stuard Hudson Swafford Vaughn Taylor Jhonattan Vegas Gary Woodland Career Money Exemption Retief Goosen Sponsors Exemptions -...

McDowell shoots 66, shares lead at Genesis

By PGA Tour News on Sat, Feb 17 2018 1:17 AM

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — Tiger Woods waited 12 years to get back to Riviera and likely lasted only two days. Woods had three straight bogeys early on the back nine Friday and didn't play nearly well enough to make up for it. He shot 5-over 76 and is projected to miss the cut in the Genesis Open. Patrick Cantlay (69) and Graeme McDowell (66) shared the lead as the second round was ending. It was getting too dark to conclude until Saturday morning. The cut was looking to be no better than 2 over. Woods, who had never missed the cut at Riviera in eight previous trips as a pro, was at 6-over 148.

The First Look: The Honda Classic

By PGA Tour News on Fri, Feb 16 2018 11:14 PM

Rickie Fowler, who lives minutes from PGA National Resort, returns to defend his title against a strong lineup with plenty of local firepower fronted by FedExCup champions Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. Masters champion Sergio Garcia arrives to make his first U.S. start of 2018, as will a trio of other top Europe-based professionals. Woods was a late entry, committing to his first back-to-back starts since undergoing spinal fusion surgery last April. FIELD NOTES: Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat, winner of the World Super 6 Perth earlier this month, makes PGA National his first U.S. start since the 2016 Web.com Tour Finals. Also coming across for their first U.S. appearance of the year are England’s Tyrrell Hatton and Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger. … In all, PGA National is slated to welcome 10 of the top 25 in the current world rankings. … FedExCup leader Patton Kizzire is one of four commitments among the top 10 in the PGA TOUR’s season points race. … Fowler, Thomas and...

Live blog: Tiger Woods Rd. 2 at Genesis Open

By PGA Tour News on Fri, Feb 16 2018 7:03 PM

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. -- Tiger Woods shot a 5-over 76 in Friday's second round of the Genesis Open to miss the cut, a disappointing result in his second start on the comeback trail. Woods was hoping to reach the weekend and get some much-needed reps. But a course in which he's never won in 11 attempts -- his most starts at a PGA TOUR venue without a win -- Woods failed to produce any magic. He was at even par for the tournament through his first five holes on Friday and appeared to be in good shape. But he proceeded to bogey six of the next eight holes, an uncooperative putter combined with some sketchy iron play and a tee ball that kept missing left. "I didn't really play that well today," Woods said. "... I knew I had to make a run on that back nine and I went the other way." The missed cut was just his 17th as a PGA TOUR pro in 316 starts. The good news for Woods is that he feels healthy enough to compete for a second consecutive week, as he announced his plans to play in...

Tiger Woods commits to The Honda Classic

By PGA Tour News on Fri, Feb 16 2018 5:00 PM

Tiger Woods gave “a great sign” about his health by committing to next week’s The Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Woods' commitment was announced while he was playing the second round of the Genesis Open on Friday afternoon. It will be his second consecutive start and third in the past five weeks. "I need some tournament rounds in and next week is a home match," Woods said after finishing his second round, a 5-over 76 that left him missing the cut at 6 over. Woods said earlier this week he would play at PGA National next week if he felt like he could swing "full bore." Health-wise, it's a positive sign that he's in the field. The last time he played back-to-back weeks on the PGA TOUR was near the end of the 2014-15 season when he played the PGA Championship, followed by the Wyndham Championship. "I'm very pleased," Woods said. "I'm very excited about it. I wish I would have two more competitive rounds (at Riviera) to head into next week, but that's not the case."...

Genesis Open, Round 2: Leaderboard, tee times, TV schedule

By PGA Tour News on Fri, Feb 16 2018 5:15 AM

Local UCLA product Patrick Cantlay got out to a fast start just a few miles down the road from his alma mater. Tony Finau matched his play in the first round, and the two tied for a one-stroke edge over the field at 5 under. Tiger Woods made his return to the site of his debut at 16 years old, and struggled with the driver to a 1 over round. Defending champ Dustin Johnson started behind the eight ball with a 3 over showing in Round 1. He tees off early on PGA TOUR LIVE, looking to right the ship on his way to a successful title defense. Who shines heading into the weekend in Los Angeles? FULL FIELD: Defending champion Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Phil Mickelson and more! Round 2 tee times Round 2 leaderboard HOW TO WATCH/LISTEN TELEVISION: Friday, 3-7 p.m. (Golf Channel) Saturday, 2-3:30 p.m. (GC), 4-7 p.m. (CBS). Sunday, 1-2:45 p.m. (GC), 3-6:30 p.m. (CBS). PGA TOUR LIVE: Friday, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. ET (featured groups), 4-8 p.m. ET (featured holes)....

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