"We are going to move forward in a way that is going to be good for the game and certainly is going to get us to the right place over time with these new rules". He has all the skills needed to ascend the 2019 Players Championship leaderboard in a hurry starting on Thursday.
So who wins the 2019 Players Championship? "I had four [cortisone] injections around the spine and that alleviated a lot of the pain".
"I (then drove) to Palm Beach from Orlando and saw a spinal surgeon", Day said.
"My big concern was if I got them, how long would it last?"
"I feel good", the 14-times major champion told Golfweek as he left his vehicle at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, three days before the first round.
The former world number one added: "I could feel it [in Mexico]".Читайте также: Kim Kardashian Will Pay Former Inmate's Rent For The Next 5 Years
One possible explanation is that TPC Sawgrass - unlike so many venues on Tour - hasn't offered preferential treatment to the game's longest hitters, whose ranks include Rose. In the tournament's history, there have only been five playoffs, suggesting that those in contention will require some luck around the notoriously hard and sometimes unfair TPC Sawgrass, otherwise the leader could easily pull away from the field as has happened in the past.
The 12-time PGA Tour victor admits it is tempting to respond to criticism but is why he rarely checks the social media accounts ran by his team. Fowler won The Players Championship in 2015 in a playoff over Sergio Garcia and Kevin Kisner for arguably the biggest victory of his career.
Dustin Johnson is the favourite at 12/1 and fits the bill, having finished 17th in this event past year but notched a career-best T12 in 2017. With an average finishing result here of 21 since 2012 and only finishing outside the top 20 twice in that time, everything points towards Scott being in contention again this week. With an average finishing result of 25 around TPC Sawgrass (three straight top-tens between 2012 & 2015), his game is in ideal shape to finally break his winless drought.
He had fusion surgery on his lower spine in April 2017 - his fourth surgery on his back in four years - and it allowed him to return to a level that saw him win last year at the Tour Championship, play in another Ryder Cup and return to the top 15 in the world ranking. The conservative approach that he adopted in Mexico could be a tactic he applies this week as he led SG: approach-the-green, demonstrating he has every chance of making history this week. Molinari just won the Arnold Palmer Invitational last week for his second title since the 2018 British Open. He had a round of one-under 71 to finish 10 under for the tournament.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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