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Tiger Woods' impressive history at Bay Hill

During his career, Woods has reigned supreme eight times as a professional at Arnold Palmer's place, and before these wins, there was also the U.S. Junior Amateur title in 1991, where Tiger won for the first time at Bay Hill. As the 45-year-old continues his recovery from his serious car accident suffered last week, here's a look back at Woods' five greatest shots at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and the clubs he used for each one. 5. 2012 (final round): Approach to No. 8 At the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard, Tiger was looking to end a two-and-a-half-year winless streak, on what was a windy Sunday with greens and pins that Woods would afterwards describe as the most difficult he had ever experienced at this event. On the treacherous eighth hole, Woods held a two-stroke lead. Sitting in the middle of the fairway with the pin on the left side guarded by the pond in front of the green, Woods, who would often lean on his cut shot during his time working with Sean Foley, struck a high draw. The ball landed softly on the front portion of the green and rolled to within 5 feet of the cup. The bold shot paid off and gave Woods a three-stroke advantage, and he would go on to secure his 72nd PGA TOUR win and begin his ascension back to World No. 1. Club Used: Nike VR Pro Blade 8-iron with a True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shaft. 4. 2009 (final round): Third shot to No. 16 Tiger began the 2009 final round at Bay Hill five strokes adrift of playing partner Sean O'Hair. The 16th hole in 2009 was a challenging par 4 (now plays as a par 5), and it looked to be advantage O'Hair after Woods was forced to pitch out following a wayward drive. However, O'Hair gave the initiative back to Woods when he found the water guarding the pin at the front of the green. Faced with a tricky 85-yard wedge shot to the flag for his third, Woods aimed 25 feet away from the hole toward the archway on the green, causing the announcers in the booth to question the line he was taking. As Woods' pitching wedge landed at the top of the archway and spun back to just a couple of feet from the hole, the announcers quickly laughed off how they had foolishly questioned Woods' thinking, saying: "I think he knows what he's doing!" Club Used: Nike Victory Red 60-degree wedge with a True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 shaft 3. 2001 (final round): Approach to No. 18 Back in 2001, Woods and Mickelson were locked in a tense battle on Sunday at Bay Hill. With Lefty in the house at 15-under par, Woods needed a par on 18 to force a playoff or a birdie to win. However, a birdie seemed extremely unlikely after the 15-time major champion pulled his tee shot into the rough. While many players would have played safe out to the left and try and salvage par from there, Woods attempted what Johnny Miller described as a 'hero shot' over the water and rocks to a tucked pin. Woods striped his 5-iron into the heart of the green and then curled his birdie putt into the cup before celebrating with his signature uppercut fist-pump. All Mickelson could do was applaud from the side of the green. Club Used: Titleist 681T (Endo Forged) 5-iron with True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 shaft. 2. 2009 (final round): Final putt At Bay Hill in 2009, Woods was searching for his first win since undergoing reconstructive surgery for an anterior cruciate ligament rupture in his left knee the previous summer. After Woods' stunning wedge shot into 16 (No. 4), a bogey on 17 had brought him back into a share of the lead with O'Hair. On the 18th hole, Woods was left with a 16-foot birdie putt for the victory as the light faded over Bay Hill. Woods backed off the putt due to a shout from the crowd, went through his routine once again, and then poured the left-to-right putt into the hole to spark wild celebrations between him and Steve Williams. Nine months after his surgery, Tiger was well and truly back. Club used: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS 1. 2008 (final round): Final putt Tiger Woods entered the 2008 Arnold Palmer Invitational playing some of the best golf of his life, having won seven of his last eight PGA TOUR events. At Bay Hill that year, looking to keep the perfect season dream alive, Woods was embroiled in a battle for the ages, and once again, it all came down to the 72nd hole. Tied with Bart Bryant on the 18th hole, Woods left himself an immensely difficult 24-foot birdie putt above the hole with a severe break from left to right. Tiger's putt started out to the left before turning towards the hole and dropping right in the middle of the cup with the perfect pace. 'Hello, Ben Hogan!' was the famous call from the tower as a fired-up Woods ripped off his hat and threw it to the ground in an outpouring of joy to celebrate his 64th PGA TOUR victory. Woods was 0-for-20 in putts over 18 feet that week before the 72nd hole, but in true Tiger fashion, when it mattered most, he would summon up the magic needed to find the back of the hole. Club used: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS

 

03 Mar 2021


Ernie Els reflects on relationship with Arnold Palmer

Editors note: Ernie Els had a long-standing relationship with Arnold Palmer. They met in 1992 and stayed very close through the years. Els won twice at that Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard in 1998 and 2010. Els is one of three players to win each of the PGA TOUR's elevated events: The Genesis Invitational, the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide and the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. The other two are Fred Couples and Hale Irwin. Els sat down with PGATOUR.COM at the PGA TOUR Champions' Cologuard Classic to discuss his relationship with Palmer and his success at Bay Hill. PGATOUR.COM: What was your relationship like with Arnold Palmer? ELS: Well, Mr. Palmer has been just an unbelievable gentlemen to me. We met in 1992, we played at the PGA Championship in Bellerive. That was kind of his farewell in those days. I was just coming on the scene. I was 22 years old. I think he was 62 years old or something like that, we just had a ball, we talked and he was warm to me. I was obviously in awe of him. And we had two great days at Bellerive. And that particular day, he invited me (to the Arnold Palmer Invitational). No matter what happened he says, ‘You’re playing in the Invitational next year, 1993.’ And then he paired himself with me in 1993, and that particular year he made the cut. I remember, the weather was awful, he hit driver on 18 and then hit another driver off the fairway onto the green and then two-putted to make the cut, it was an unbelievable moment. And then I got to win the tournament twice, so we’ve just had a great relationship over the years and he’s just been awesome to us and our family. PGATOUR.COM: What is your memory of your first win in 1998 at Bay Hill? ELS: We played 36 holes on a Sunday. It was Tiger Woods, Davis Love III and myself and we were No. 1, 2, 3 in the world. After 36 holes, I prevailed, I won somehow. I won the tournament and became No. 1 in the world on that day. I’ll never forget that for a long time. PGATOUR.COM: How special is the API as it relates to showcasing international players? ELS: Because of Mr. Palmer’s play in The Open Championship, he really put that tournament on television in the United States. I mean, he was the biggest player in the world at that time and for him to play in the British Open and win it twice, I think he won it in 1961 and 1962, and it was televised, he really put The Open Championship on the map and for many American players to go over there. And for that reason, The Open Championship has really become an Open with everybody being able to play over there. And it’s because of Mr. Palmer. And he’s done the same with the Arnold Palmer Invitational where he’s invited people from all over the world, all walks of life to come and play at his tournaments. He’s really a man for the world, you know, a wonderful guy. PGATOUR.COM: It sounds like he means a lot to you. ELS: Absolutely. Each win I had - the second win was a morning finish on a Monday - but obviously in 1998 I was in a very good mood becoming No. 1, myself and Liezl, my wife, we sat in the men’s grill with Mr. Palmer, having a couple celebrating the win. He was just a man’s man, I loved him.

 

03 Mar 2021


PGA TOUR announces its first Official Tequila partnership with Maestro Dobel Tequila

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL -- The PGA TOUR today announced a multi-year partnership with Maestro Dobel® Tequila, which was named the first “Official Tequila of the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions.” Founded by 11th generation tequila maker Juan Dobel, Maestro Dobel is known for consistently pushing the category forward, blending tradition and innovation to craft its award-winning tequilas. Through this partnership, Maestro Dobel shares its commitment to mastery with golf fans across the United States. “As innovators in the spirits category, and creators of Cristalino tequila, we are proud to celebrate another milestone as the PGA TOUR's first Official Tequila partner,” said Lander Otegui, Senior Vice President, Marketing at Proximo Spirits. “The TOUR approaches the game of golf with the same passion, skill and precision Maestro Dobel takes in crafting our award-winning range of tequilas. We look forward to bringing the energy and spirit of tequila to the TOUR community.” As part of the TOUR’s Official Marketing Partner program, Maestro Dobel will activate at select tournaments across the United States and will be the Official Tequila poured at hospitality and concession locations. Fans will also find new premium displays and sampling opportunities at retail locations nationwide promoting Maestro Dobel’s exclusive tequila partnership with the TOUR. Debuting later this month at THE PLAYERS Championship, Maestro Dobel will unveil the “Diamante Tee Time,” developed specifically for the tournament, along with introducing its range of ultra-premium and smooth tequilas to TOUR fans at home and on the course. “We are excited to have Maestro Dobel as the first tequila brand to be an Official Marketing Partner at the PGA TOUR,” said Brian Oliver, PGA TOUR Executive Vice President of Corporate Partnerships. “We look forward to introducing this premium product to our PGA TOUR family – especially one which shares our deep values of tradition and innovation.” Maestro Dobel will further support the partnership with advertising on PGA TOUR social and digital platforms. Diamante Tee Time Official Cocktail 1.5 oz Maestro Dobel Diamante 0.5 oz Lemon Juice 0.5 oz Agave Syrup (1:1) 1.75 oz Green Tea 2 slices of Jalapeño Garnish: Slice of Jalapeño Procedure: Add jalapeños to a shaker and muddle. Add the rest of the ingredients, except tea, to the shaker. Add ice, shake, and double strain into an ice filled rocks glass. Top with tea and stir lightly. Place jalapeño slice on the rim. For more information, please visit www.pgatour.com or www.maestrodobel.com.

 

03 Mar 2021


Rickie Fowler encourages Special Olympian Kenyatta Johnson

He was wearing shades of pink, not his trademark orange. But Kenyatta Johnson had no trouble recognizing Rickie Fowler when he surprised the woman he called his “fellow Olympian” with a video message on Tuesday. “Keep crushing it out there,” Fowler told her. “Love seeing what you do.” Fowler taped the video for Johnson, who won the gold medal in golf at the 2011 Special Olympics Summer Games in Athens, Greece, during a break in his preparations for the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. He’s sending her some autographed tournament-themed Cobra and Puma gear, too. “I was really surprised,” Johnson says with an infectious smile shortly after viewing Fowler’s message. “I was shocked.” The 42-year-old Johnson has been a Special Olympics athlete for nearly 30 years. Early on, she competed in track and field, basketball, bowling, soccer and even speed skating. Now, Johnson concentrates on golf and tennis, as well as coaching younger athletes in some of those other sports she once played. Along the way, Johnson has participated in World Games in Raleigh, North Carolina (1999), Athens and Abu Dhabi (2019). The gold medal victory in Greece was particularly satisfying for Johnson, who trailed Australian Amanda Patterson by five strokes entering the final round and won by nine. “I was nervous,” says Johnson, who’s a big fan of Michelle Wie West and now, Fowler, who was a member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team in Rio de Janeiro. “So, the last round, I said just shoot, just shoot. I was just calm when the last hole came. OK, I think I got it. So, I just shot the ball in the hole. And oh, I actually did win it.” Johnson first signed up for Special Olympics, which serves children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities, when she was 13. She remembers that as a kid “I never talked, so I guess back then they thought something was wrong with me because I never really spoke.” Taking that leap of faith and putting herself out there, though, wasn’t easy for Johnson. “At first I was nervous, you know, because back then you go to school, they’d be like, oh, you do Special Olympics, or you know, the r-word,” Johnson says. “So first I was kind of scared, but I tried that anyway. “A couple of years later, I think, I went to my first Florida Games and then that's when I said, wow, I could actually be myself, especially I don't have to hide.” The World Games in Raleigh was another stepping stone for Johnson, who lives in St. Lucie County, Florida. She represented the United States in bowling that year. The friendships she made and the confidence she gained there were transformative. “Everybody said I was a whole different person,” Johnson says. “I was talking and everything. That was a big experience.” Johnson has gone from a woman who never thought she would leave Florida to someone who has traveled the world. She works as a cook at an elementary school – all the “kids love pizza,” she says with a laugh – and is raising her great niece Alexis, who is now 8 years old. Johnson started playing golf about 15 years ago. When someone first suggested she try it, “I was like, golf?” she recalls, the doubt evident in her voice. After learning the fundamentals, she moved to nine-hole unified golf where she played with a partner. Now, she competes on her own. “This is a cool sport, like a relaxed sport,” Johnson says. “Like you don’t have to rush so much. My favorite part of my golf is my driving. I love drives. I don't like to putt.” Jim Stratton, who is the director of communications for Special Olympics Florida, says Johnson has become a role model for the kids and adults in the organization. She is one of the group’s Athlete Ambassadors in the Race for Inclusion. “Getting involved in Special Olympics and having people sort of recognize how strong an athlete she was and how a strong and competitor, and having these experiences of traveling around the world, it really sort of brought her out of her shell,” Stratton says. “So, you have this woman who was very shy and uncomfortable speaking around people, and now she's become sort of an advocate for people with intellectual disabilities and is very comfortable sort of talking about what Special Olympics has meant for her.” And what would she tell someone who is considering following in her footsteps? “Well, I'd let them know that don't be scared to try Special Olympics,” Johnson says. “You're growing, you'll grow with it. You'll have a voice with Special Olympics. We have a voice. “It teaches you how to be, I guess, independent. You can compete not only, especially if you complete in regular sports, (it will) help you build up your confidence and try different things.”

 

03 Mar 2021


Fantasy Insider: Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard

Apologies for the delay of about 12 hours or so in getting this edition of the FI for the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard to you. It’s just one of those weeks. It happens a couple of times every year, but we saw this one coming, so I alerted readers of the Power Rankings of it. Thank you for your patience. And it’s been a week already. So much has gone down since Collin Morikawa’s final putt did the same at The Concession on Sunday, and a part of it includes yours truly. But first, the conclusion of last week’s doubleheader determined all but one automatic qualifier for THE PLAYERS Championship next week. If you haven’t already reviewed the exempt field, Qualifiers is updated. The final exemption is reserved for the winner at Bay Hill. On Tuesday in a delayed Rookie Watch, I wrote an extended recap of the doubleheader and the table was expanded to include a few more targets on our radar. It all has value in varying degrees for fantasy purposes and don’t sleep on Brandon Wu qualifying for The Honda Classic via his top 10 in Puerto Rico. Late on Tuesday, GolfBet’s version of expert picks for the API published. Note that I’m now advising on actual betting lines. This will apply to DraftKings, FanDuel and BetMGM. You may already have noticed that my byline in Sleepers and the FI recently has changed to include GolfBet, but I’ll be contributing to its homegrown content regularly. Other than my byline here, nothing changes at PGATOUR.COM. RELATED: Power Rankings | PGATOUR.COM Expert Picks With so much swirling, it doesn’t suck that the API concludes Segment 2 of PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf. The objective is simple: If you have starts on your faves, use ‘em or lose ‘em. All golfers are reset to three starts when we launch into Segment 3 at next week’s PLAYERS. As I mentioned in my comment in Expert Picks (linked below), the API is the first of 20 consecutive tournaments with a cut contributing to PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf. Because you’re not burdened by the stress of rationing starts, use it as an exercise in targeting cuts made. While I’m always confident about my selections, naturally, it’s why I’ve rostered Billy Horschel specifically. He’s perfect in eight appearances. His recent form is a timely bonus. Lastly, this is my first promotional message for the annual Bracket Challenge for the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play, but it won’t be my last. The five-day competition is scheduled to be contested on March 24-28. It was among the tournaments canceled by the pandemic last year. Two primary considerations for it right now are as follows: • It is a stand-alone game with its own prizing, so it does not contribute to your performance in PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf. It’s optional to play. • Your registration for PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf automatically carries over, so you will not need to register separately to participate. PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf My roster for the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard (in alphabetical order): Bryson DeChambeau (+1200) Matthew Fitzpatrick (+2200) Tyrrell Hatton (+1800) Billy Horschel (+3500) Sungjae Im (+2200) Rory McIlroy (+850) You’ll find my starters in Expert Picks. Others to consider for each category (in alphabetical order): Scoring: Sam Burns; Matthew Fitzpatrick; Tommy Fleetwood; Viktor Hovland; Kevin Kisner; Jason Kokrak; Patrick Reed; Justin Rose; Brendon Todd; Cameron Tringale Driving: Keegan Bradley; Sam Burns; Paul Casey; Tommy Fleetwood; Emiliano Grillo; Viktor Hovland; Jason Kokrak; Matthew NeSmith; Henrik Norlander POWER RANKINGS WILD CARD Hideki Matsuyama (+2800) … There are any number of ways to come at the 29-year-old from Japan. I choose to put my faith in his ability to play difficult courses very, very well. Just this season, he has a T17 at Winged Foot, a T2(!) at Memorial Park, a T13 at Augusta National and a T15 at The Concession. No, it’s not stop-you-in-your-tracks kind of stuff, but it’ll do. He’s also perfect in six trips to Bay Hill with a scoring average of 71.63. Sits 23rd in Strokes Gained: Tee-to-Green and T19 in par-5 scoring. Odds sourced on Wednesday, March 3 at 5 a.m. ET. For live odds visit betmgm. DRAWS Rickie Fowler (+6600) … As detailed in the GolfBet matchup with Harris English, Fowler angles in nicely. On top of his unquantifiable personal relationship with Arnold Palmer, Fowler has a T3 among four top 20s among eight paydays in nine appearances at Bay Hill. He’s deserving of consideration in DFS and perhaps a spot on your opening bench in PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf. Tommy Fleetwood (+4000) … In Tommy we trust, right? Gotta go back a year to find his last top 15 on the PGA TOUR. It was a solo third at The Honda Classic. It’s also his only top-15 finish on TOUR in the last 18 months. Despite that specific drought, he’s not in a slump, so the belief now is that he’ll heat up as he always has. More than enough experience at Bay Hill with a pair of top 10s in four tries, so he’s poised to remind us why we love him so. Simply an ideal under-the-radar play (based on recent form) in all formats. Brendon Todd (+8000) … As the TOUR’s rabbit in fairway hit and fifth in Strokes Gained: Putting, it’s a slight that he was omitted from the Power Rankings. Perhaps most impressive is that he’s 223rd in distance of all drives but 10th in par-5 scoring. T18 here last year on the shoulders of an opening 68. Justin Rose (+7000) … Even without the recent co-runner-up in Saudi Arabia, he deserves our confidence at least once more, but the sun is setting. If you’re old enough to remember his dreadful start as a pro after what was an inspiring T4 at Royal Birkdale in 1998, you’ll take a moment to come to grips with the terms that he’s now 40 years of age. No, it’s not news but sometimes the perspective of time is necessary to appreciate the success. We know that he’s done it all, but he’s come only this close to victory at Bay Hill with a runner-up (2013) and a pair of thirds among five top 10s in 15 appearances. Tough to say if he’s ever cornerstone material because of his limited schedule – I don’t recall writing more that he has been – but he’s a solid complement nowadays. Andrew Putnam (+15000) … Came through on his expectation in Puerto Rico (see Recap below), so it’s just a matter of letting it ride. Top 10s in two of his last four starts. Zach Johnson (+10000) … Every time Bay Hill rolls around, I think of the cursory review I shared years ago about him in Florida. It’s not inspiring but it singles out the API as the most consistent site to give him a spin. He’s 16-for-17. Given how his fantasy value has decreased, you can figure out how to make room in DFS without much assistance. Alex Noren (+9000) … Started with him as my Longshot in the GolfBet preview linked at the top but pivoted to his countryman, Henrik Norlander, because the data was more supportive. But honestly, Noren passes my eye test on tough tracks. It takes a certain amount of moxie to slide from conditional status to fully exempt status as an international dual-tour member in a truncated season, as he did in 2019-20. Quad-top 20s this season to sit 90th in the FedExCup. Byeong Hun An Christiaan Bezuidenhout Sam Burns Jason Day Emiliano Grillo Kevin Kisner Henrik Norlander Ian Poulter Cameron Tringale FADES Max Homa (+4500) … Shame on me but someone needs to point out that this is his seventh consecutive start. It’d be disingenuous to cite that he’s been “on the road” for as long because he won at home at Riviera, but the rigors of the schedule have to catch up with him, even as a spry 30-year-old. That’s my only concern as he honors this commitment. It’d have understandable if he took a breather in between the late spot start at The Concession, where he delivered a T22, and next week’s PLAYERS. Jordan Spieth (+2800) … How quickly he’s gone from automatic fade to, “Rob, really?” Indeed, but that’s a relative compliment, is it not? His game off the tee will struggle to get him past the cut, much less in a position to contend. In his recent T4-T3-T15 burst, he ranked a respective 66th, T57 and T38 in fairways hit. His greens-in-regulation splits were much better, but Bay Hill the longest course of the run and he’s a first-timer. In fact, he usually sits out the Florida Swing save THE PLAYERS annually. He’s a former champ at the Valspar Championship (2015) but in his only appearance at Copperhead in the last three editions, he missed the cut in 2018. Harris English (+4500) … It’s impossible to ignore the freefall after he captured victory at Kapalua to open 2021. T9 at Bay Hill last year but still chasing the golden carrot at that point. Shane Lowry (+12500) … Still 40th in the Official World Golf Ranking despite only one top 10 worldwide in almost 14 months. That reflects the bump and the gradual slide after his breakthrough at The Open Championship in 2019. Also 0-for-3 at Bay Hill. Danny Willett (+12500) … The 33-year-old has been a moving target on worldwide stages but still more reliable while not committing to PGA TOUR events. Laces up for his first event in the U.S. since November with five straight cuts made abroad, but he lines up as nothing but a contrarian in DFS, and fractionally at that. Instead, use this week as an exercise in observation because even seasoned gamers might need an encore to invest. Si Woo Kim Adam Long Peter Malnati Maverick McNealy Brandt Snedeker Henrik Stenson Erik van Rooyen Matt Wallace Lee Westwood RETURNING TO COMPETITION None NOTABLE WDs Brian Harman … After nine consecutive appearances since his rookie season of 2012, this is the first time that he’s taking a pass. So, he’ll roll into TPC Sawgrass having survived six consecutive cuts and 17 of his last 18. Nate Lashley … Playing pretty well in 2021 so there’s no sense getting beat up at Bay Hill (where he’s 0-for-2) before his official debut at THE PLAYERS. He qualified for the first time last year. Davis Love III … Finished T33 at the Cologuard Classic, so he’s healthy enough to compete, but he hasn’t made a cut on the PGA TOUR since a 66th-place finish at the 2020 API. Three times a groomsman at Bay Hill and 27 appearances since his rookie season of 1986. POWER RANKINGS RECAP – World Golf Championships-Workday Championship at The Concession Power Ranking-Golfer-Result 1 Dustin Johnson T54 2 Xander Schauffele T39 3 Tony Finau 14th 4 Jon Rahm T32 5 Viktor Hovland T2 6 Tyrrell Hatton T22 7 Daniel Berger T35 8 Rory McIlroy T6 9 Bryson DeChambeau T22 10 Patrick Cantlay DNP 11 Webb Simpson T6 12 Justin Thomas T15 13 Matthew Fitzpatrick T11 14 Patrick Reed T9 15 Brooks Koepka T2 16 Cameron Smith T11 17 Kevin Kisner T41 18 Louis Oosthuizen T6 19 Max Homa T22 20 Will Zalatoris T22 Wild Card Collin Morikawa Win SLEEPERS RECAP – World Golf Championships-Workday Championship at The Concession Golfer-Result Laurie Canter T64 Thomas Detry T28 Rasmus Højgaard 67th Chan Kim T35 Danie van Tonder 71st POWER RANKINGS RECAP – Puerto Rico Open Power Ranking-Golfer-Result 1 Emiliano Grillo T11 2 Ian Poulter T35 3 Andrew Putnam T5 4 Matt Wallace MC 5 Greyson Sigg MC 6 Brandon Wu T7 7 Thomas Pieters T15 8 Ollie Schniederjans MC 9 Patrick Rodgers T30 10 Jhonattan Vegas 2nd OTHERS TO CONSIDER RECAP – Puerto Rico Open Golfer/Result Scott Brown T53 Rafael Campos T3 Tim Wilkinson T27 BIRTHDAYS AMONG ACTIVE GOLFERS ON THE PGA TOUR March 2 … none March 3 … Patton Kizzire (35) March 4 … Seamus Power (34); Denny McCarthy (28) March 5 … none March 6 … Ben Crane (45) March 7 … none March 8 … none Visit BetMGM.com for Terms and Conditions. 21+ years of age or older to wager. 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