Now that we have cut the field to 30 for the FedEx Cup, it is time to reflect a bit on all the action that has happened over the last three weeks.
From Long Island’s Bethpage Black to Pete Dye’s first creation at Crooked Stick, we have seen maybe the best three consecutive week period in the game’s history.
A seemingly rejuvenated Tiger Woods having fun with Rory Mcilroy and the reemergence of a 49-year old Vijay Singh would be a good place to start. Although Singh did not qualify for the finals, he did show us just why he was one of the most feared players of the game of the last 15 years.
With ideal scoring conditions for three weeks, the best and the brightest on the PGA Tour got their chance to show us why they are so good. You can understand why the United States Golf Association toughens up their courses so much as these guys ripped these three courses apart and they were not easy.
As the tour takes a week breather, here are five things to keep in mind for the Tour Championship and the off-season ahead.