Blue chips, penny stocks, growth and value plays are all available on the B&A 25 (the index of the most widely held PGA Tour professional stocks).
There are a lot of questions in assessing the stocks of the best players on tour. For instance, what investor would take a long position in Lee Westwood? His financials seem to be in order, and a look at the balance sheets indicates he should generate significant returns. However, his earnings always see to fall well below estimates and his stock price suffers accordingly.
After a second playoff finish in as many weeks on the PGA Tour at the RBC Heritage, who's up, and who's down?
Read on to find out!