Kickoff Tournament This Year – The Safeway Open October 15th |Now that the Fed Ex Cup has finished and The Ryder Cup matches have wrapped up with a U.S Victory the PGA Tour & Fed EX Cup begins their new season with The Safeway Open October 15th in Napa California. Here is how our players fared for the season.
On The PGA Tour:
Jon Curran, (MA), After his rookie season on the PGA Tour in 2015 earning over 1 million. Jon vaulted to the top of TNE with earnings of $1.9 Million in 2016 and is poised for his first win in the new season.
Aaron Baddeley, (NH), won the Barbasol Championship after a five-year slump. Earnings of $1,609,215 in 2016 finishing 61 on the money list.
Keegan Bradley, (VT), In his 6th year on the tour Keegan continued his 5-year decline since his sensational rookie season. He is still fighting his putter and is ranked 103 with earnings of $900,000.
Rob Oppenheim, (MA), had a mediocre rookie season finishing 156th. He is well out of the top for card protection and finished just out of top 25 on the web.Com Tour at 33 but will retain his status there.
Richy Werenski, (MA), will join the PGA Tour next season after winning the BMW Charity Pro-Am and is currently ranked 2nd with $350,000 +in earnings.
James Driscoll, (MA), won the Nashville Golf Open this season and is Ranked 35th on the money list, there’s still time for him to regain his PGA Tour card.
Jim Renner, (MA), continues his struggles this season. Jim will be headed back to Web.Com Q School.
PGA Tour Champions:
Brad Faxon, (RI), 10 Events earning $80,246 finishing 85th on tour.
P.H.Horgan, (RI), 4 Events $33,324 in his second year on Champions Tour
Fran Quin, (MA), Played 6 Champions Tour events with one top 10, earning $253,433
Tim Petrovic, (MA), Played 7 PGA Tour events earning $17,000. On Champions Tour played in 4 events makingjust over $90,000.WHAT'S YOUR REACTION?