Spieth to treat Players like a major

Spieth to treat Players like a major

Spieth to treat Players like a major

Jason Day ($11,400) Jason Day is the kind of player that is a must-play when he's in form.

Things are looking up for THE PLAYERS Championship, at least that's according to star competitors Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in their pre-tournament press conferences.

One of the biggest non-major tournaments takes place this week, as golfers will contend for The Players Championship.

Lahiri has somehow managed to erase memories of last year's PLAYERS, but added, "I don't even remember if it was an eight, 10 or a 12". Only the U.S. Open pays more.

Another player who will not lack motivation this week is Justin Rose. It remains to be seen if the back issue will prevent Casey from getting in any tournament action before The Open Championship at Carnoustie from July 19 to 22. Willett has since lost his PGA Tour playing privileges.

Since a strong start on his debut in 2014 when he finished in a tie for fourth position, Spieth has missed three straight cuts. That means that you'll be able to find a few Top 25 ranked players in the 7K-8K range.

Spieth in practice at TPC Sawgrass.

When the Players Championship moved from March to May in 2007, overseeding at TPC Sawgrass became unnecessary because dormant Bermuda grass returned with the warmer temperatures.

Sawgrass is renowned as a test of temperament, a place where course management and patience are virtues and Rose is ideal for that. Who knows how high Kim's price would have been if he were an individual interest.

And despite its many detractors, the Pete Dye layout is, too. Thought and precision must be combined on almost every shot to have success at Sawgrass. Tiger Woods is also competing this week. Only Vegas' coin is worth a lot more than your standard quarter. The first time you get on some Pete Dye courses they're very unusual and they set you up at wrong angles, and visually they're just a little bit not what you want to see, but you learn to deal with it and play the way he wants you to play. He hit three shots into the water and finally got to the green in eight and two-putted for double digits on that hole.

Day led going into the ultimate spherical at Quail Hole and obtained a textual content from shut good friend Woods Saturday night time urging him to seal the victory.

For context, each of the four majors have at least 17 multiple winners. "I haven't approached it like I approach the major-championship caliber golf". The signature 17th green, also known as Island Green, is one of golf's most recognizable and hard holes. There are holes that don't fit your eye and you've got to adjust. The 137 yard par 3, is anything but simple and has made countless memories over the years. My next step is to try to win a Major this year. Remember that dynamic finish from Rickie Fowler when he won in 2015? Learn about the mission of DKMS and compete nightly for World Series tickets this Major League Baseball season on FantasyDraft.

Want to help fight blood cancer and compete for World Series tickets?

Related news