The field is down to 70 golfers left at the PGA Tour Playoffs and also this week’s tournament, the BMW Championship, is potentially the most crucial of the year. But, wouldn’t second week’s PGA Tour Championship be the largest? Not exactly. This season is the initial year of the cascading beginning strokes below par, impact, if you will. I broke the playoff system a week. Just take a quick look here. Speaking of last week, Brooks did not get the win that we called for. I was, of course, surprised to see him finish all the way back at 30th. He was 10 strokes off of the killer/winner Patrick Reed, who is currently ranked 2nd in the FedEx Cup Standings. Patrick Cantlay hit to get a high twenty stake (+125) for us and Justin Rose was near some top-five because he finished 10th. I suppose we have a bit greedy there chasing (+450) odds. Billy Horschel shot just 1 under on Sunday to finish 21st. Naturally, he’d him top twenty. I’d say maybe we ought to concentrate on some golfers around the bubble at or around the 30th spot in the standings but I do not think that it’s about inspiration at this point in this season. I think each playoff golfer is all in like ol’ Doyle Brunson. It is going to definitely be interesting. Let us go ahead, men, and get to the odds, take a look at the program, and make some selections! Medinah #3 is still part of that which was at one time constructed by the Shriners are the greatest country club ever built. Thus the #3. Additionally they possess a gun clubOlympic swimming pool, and a whole lot of other cool country club things that the well-to-do get to enjoy. Tiger Woods, y???all! Once we write off him, he’s right back to the mix. Currently sitting in 38th, he could definitely use a high placing to put himself into contention to defend his title at next week’s Tour Championship. The PGA Championship was held twice, in 1999 and again in 2006. Woods won the two. It has been some time, yes, but he’s on the radar. Hairy weather is anticipated. It’s not likely to be chilly, naturally, but there’ll be rain and moderate winds. It is a very long course where par 5 scoring will play a major part in the achievement of their golfers. I believe average driving distance is going to likely be an important statistic to check at and even more greens in regulation. This tournament has Big Poppa written all over it. Yes, I understand 2 to 1 odds aren’t diddly squat in the golf game but that really will be the world #1 we are speaking about here. 14th in driving distance and 10th at GIR is a great start. Oh, he’s the best golfer on the planet. He shines on the PGA Tour’s biggest stage. Blah, blah. You men know the spiel. He had an off week this past one but I am about the Koepka train to pull in the station using a top-five finish. I talked about Woods earlier, and I believe he has a great shot this week. He understands the courses in which he’s the best opportunities to shine and this week is for certain one such opportunity. He also missed the cut . We can have a look at that as a positive or a negative. I believe that it’s quite positive. He knew the course did not suit him and this week and in this phase in his careerhe does not exactly have 2-3 high quality performances , in consecutive weeks that is. He also missed the cut at the Open Championship but that was almost expected considering the cold wet conditions wreak havoc on his most aches and pains he has earned being the best golfer of our time. Before that, he was 21st, 9th, and also 1st in his previous four championships. I believe the old man has another encounter left him. He did it last year. Even though a top twenty finish might not be sufficient to put him to the upper 30, Tiger will definitely be on the prowl. The Spaniard is the most famous golfer in the Tour. There, I said it. Someone had to. Considering all the discussion about Brooks, while deserving because I believe he is the very best, Rahm has dominated the Summer. These are all his finishes article Memorial Day in reverse sequence: 3rd, 7th, 11th, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Need I say more? He is top twenty on the year in driving space that ought to prove all-important since I do not think the singles hitters are going to thrive at Medinah #3. I am just like you. I can not wait for a week and this fresh cascading starting strokes under par. Curiosity has ol’ George and myself. Now, If we could just see exactly what the guy in the yellow hat has to say about matters… That will be the week for the big hitters. I like Rory but he can be so helter-skelter. Rahm is the form of consistency and Brooks is really the ideal. It is Difficult to leave those two men alone, Twist Tiger Woods in there to creep into the top twenty in hopes of making the cut next week’s contention line and we have a good spread. Tune in, turn up the Proper Palmer, and revel in the links. We only have one more week until the PGA requires a September fracture.