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PGA Tour Schedule For 2016

The 2016 PGA Tour Schedule has been released, and we are excited to see the best golfers compete in 2016.  Can Jordan Spieth continue on the success built in 2015?  Will some of the legends such as Phil Mickelson come out and try to spoil some of the parties anticipated by Rory, Duffner, Day, or Bubba.  The season started in Hawaii on January 7th, and will continue until the Ryder cup later in the year.  We love golf as much as you do, and will keep you up to date on everything related to the golf world.  If you haven’t be sure to subscribe to The Golfers Newsletter for information sent to your email weekly.  See ya next time!

Jan 7-10 Hyundai Tourn Kapalua, Hawaii Kapalua Resort – The Plantation Course $5,900,000 The Golf Channel Jordan Spieth
Jan 14-17 Sony Open Honolulu, Hawaii Waialae Golf Course $5,800,000 The Golf Channel Fabian Gomez
Jan 21-24 CareerBuilder La Quinta, California La Quinta CC, Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West, TPC Stadium Course at PGA West $5,800,000 The Golf Channel Jason Dufner
Jan 28-31 Farmers Insurance La Jolla, California Torrey Pines – South Course, Torrey Pines – North Course $6,500,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Feb 4-7 Phoenix Open Scottsdale, Arizona TPC Scottsdale – Stadium Course $6,500,000 The Golf Channel
Feb 11-14 Pebble Beach Pebble Beach, California Pebble Beach, MPCC – Shore Course, Spyglass Hill $7,000,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Feb 18-21 Northern Trust Pacific Palisades, California Riviera Country Club $6,800,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Feb 25-28 Honda Classic Palm Beach Gardens, Florida PGA National Resort & Spa – The Champion Course $6,100,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Mar 3-6 WGC-Cadillac Doral, Florida TPC Blue Monster at Doral $9,500,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Mar 10-13 Valspar Champ Palm Harbor, Florida Innisbrook – Copperhead Course $6,100,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Mar 17-20 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard , Bay Hill Course $6,200,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Mar 23-27 WGC Match Play Austin, Texas Austin Country Club $9,500,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Mar 24-27 Puerto Rico Open Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Trump International – Puerto Rico $3,000,000 The Golf Channel
Mar 31-Apr 3 Houston Open Humble, Texas Golf Club of Houston – Tournament Course $6,800,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Apr 7-10 The Masters Augusta, Georgia Augusta National $10,000,000 ESPN/CBS
Apr 14-17 RBC Heritage Hilton Head Island, South Carolina Harbour Town Golf Links $5,900,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Apr 21-24 Texas Open San Antonio, Texas AT&T Oaks Course $6,200,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Apr 28-May 1 Zurich Classic Avondale, Louisiana TPC Louisiana $7,000,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
May 5-8 Wells Fargo Charlotte, North Carolina Quail Hollow Club $7,300,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
May 12-15 PLAYERS Champ Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida THE PLAYERS Stadium Course $10,500,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
May 19-22 Byron Nelson Irving, Texas TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas $7,300,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
May 26-29 Colonial National Fort Worth, Texas Colonial Country Club Course $6,700,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Jun 2-5 Memorial Tourn Dublin, Ohio Muirfield Village Golf Course $6,200,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Jun 9-12 St. Jude Classic Memphis, Tennessee TPC Southwind $6,200,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Jun 16-19 US Open Oakmont, Pennsylvania Oakmont Golf Course $10,000,000 FOX
Jun 23-26 QuickLoans Nat Bethesda, Maryland Congressional CC – Blue Course $6,900,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Jun 30-Jul 3 Barracuda Champ Reno, Nevada Montreux Golf and Country Club $3,200,000 The Golf Channel
Jun 30-Jul 3 World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational Akron, OH Firestone Country Club $9,500,000 CBS – HD National/The Golf Channel
Jul 7-10 Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia The Old White TPC $6,900,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Jul 14-17 Barbasol Champ Opelika, Alabama Robert Trent Jones at Grand National – Lake Course $3,500,000
Jul 14-17 British Open Gullane, Royal Troon $9,300,000 ESPN
Jul 21-24 RBC Canadian Open Oakville, Ontario Glen Abbey $5,900,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Jul 28-31 PGA Champ Springfield, New Jersey Baltusrol Golf Club-Lower Course $10,500,000 TNT/CBS – HD National
Aug 4-7 Travelers Champ Cromwell, Connecticut TPC River Highlands $6,600,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Aug 11-14 J Deere Classic Silvis, Illinois TPC Deere Run $4,800,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Aug 18-21 Wyndham Champ Greensboro, North Carolina Sedgefield Country Club $5,400,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Aug 25-28 The Barclays Farmingdale, New York Bethpage State Park – Black Course $8,500,000 The Golf Channel/CBS – HD National
Sep 2-5 Deutsche Bank Norton, Massachusetts TPC Boston $8,500,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Sep 8-11 BMW Champ Carmel, Indiana Crooked Stick Golf Club $8,500,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Sep 22-25 THE TOUR Champ Atlanta, Georgia East Lake Golf Course $8,500,000 The Golf Channel/NBC
Sep 30-Oct 2 Ryder Cup Chaska, Minnesota Hazeltine TBA ESPN/NBC

Spieth Wins FedEx Cup Championship

ATLANTA — Jordan Spieth finished his amazing and almost fairly tale like season winning the Fed Ex Cup for 2015 with 1-under 69 in the final round in East Lake and win the Tour Championship sponsored by Coca Cola beating his next closest competitor by 4 shots.

Jordan Spieth turned has just 22, and he is poised to be the greatest thing to happen to golf since Tiger Woods. Much like Rory McElroy from just a few years ago, the question that will be on the mind of all golf fans is can he continue at this pace. With the latest Fed EX Cup victory, Spieth is poised for an amazing 2016 campaign, and one that could be for the record books. Forget about Tiger Woods and his quest at Jack’s record. The real question in 2016 is whether or not Spieth can be the next golfer to win the Grand Slam. All eyes will be pointed to Augusta in April at the Masters, and my guess is he will be chasing this record in August.

Choosing A Putter

In many cases a putter is a hunk of steel. What makes one putter stick out on the others? It’s just how as well as your minds eye it is perceived by you. Lots of idea is put in putter layout but actually it’s a balanced level surface attached to your shaft having a handle. All the various layouts? As a result of consumer understanding.

Look of a putter is altered in several ways – color, depth of face, amount of blade, hozel, and positioning and contour of tactical weight. Many substances are used: titanium, tungsten, copper, balata, rubber, assortments of polymers. The view is given more self-assurance and so you want by layouts. Decide a putter for the reason that it feels good in your hands or you also due to the name onto it – not like the weight, form, color or feel or face type.

You would like your eyes on the ball as well as your arms hanging whenever choosing a putter span. I would suggest a spear which is not a little longer than normal. This gets your eyes on the ball. For those who have faith in hold, appearance, the design and span you’ll make more putts.

Joe Chapin is a professional club fitter and has worked in the golf club manufacturing business for many years.  Joe is the owner of Top Golf Shop in Las Vegas, NV.