Danny Willett, 2016 Masters Winner, Officially Joins PGA Tour

Masters champion Danny Willett is now officially a PGA Tour member.

The PGA Tour announced on Monday the newest major winner has joined the Tour and will receive a five-year exemption through the 2020-21 season. He also picked up 600 FedExCup points with his three-shot win at Augusta National.

According to the PGA Tour, Willett, a five-time winner on the European tour, receives an additional 44 retroactive FedExCup points with his T22 finish at the Valspar Championship earlier this year. Retroactive points are not rewarded for WGC events.

Willett’s 644 FedExCup points put him at 27th in the standings. The top 125 after the final regular season stop, the Wyndham Championship, compete in the FedExCup Playoffs.

Source: www.golf.com

Chamblee Says Tiger, not Jack, is greatest of all time

Well Brandon is never one to hold back.  Here he is telling it like it is according to him.  IM not sure but I think there are a few people pout there that dissagree….Read more…

Who is the best golfer of all time?

In an upcoming “Golf Central” special celebrating Tiger Woods’ 40th birthday, Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee said that he would pick Woods over Jack Nicklaus.

“Longevity sanctifies an idea, a career, a relationship, a government,” Chamblee said. “In that regard, Jack Nicklaus’ career was so long – won major championships over 24 years, spanned three generations – but Tiger Woods dominated in a way that had never been done before, and will never be done again. So I think, at least in my estimation, that you’d have to give the edge to Tiger Woods as the greatest player of all time.”

Source: Golf Channel