If you look at the different activities that are taking place in the world of golf, Peter Uihlein is on his way home this season who had come to hone his skills and to participate in a PGA Tour as he gained entry here for the first time.
Being an amateur star from America, he travelled to Europe and gained his PGA Tour card in his first attempt as well as won the title in Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship as well as the first event that was held during Web.com Tour Finals.
He ranks 89 among the world rankings and that is impressive, making him the highest ranked among the players in his field in the state of Columbus where he belongs. Uihlein took six years to obtain the PGA Tour card which is longer than what it took for his friend, Brooks Koepka to achieve. Uihlein admits that the path he took was unconventional, but he would do it again if required.
There are others who deserve attention in the world of golf. For instance, Tiger Woods would be back to hit the pitch shots in the upcoming season and he would take part in the Masters tournament in 2018. Hence, as he practices and moves towards this tournament there would be a lot of news of his progress to watch out for. Sergio Garcia slammed his putter when he hit a sprinkler head while playing the fourth hole. He was then left with only three clubs to play with in order to complete the remaining round.
Architect Gil Hanse and his handiwork on the TPC Boston grounds came under scrutiny as the players had to repeatedly approach the green by walking down the fairways adjacent which made the holes hard to play at.
Tom Lovelady, former teammate and current roommate of Thomas, has been showing progress as he tied for third position at the opening event of Web.com Tour Finals.