Who missed and who made the cut at this year’s PLAYERS Championship? I’ve posted the Friday leader board below.
Some interesting names MISSED the cut like Tiger Woods (ok a WD), Padraig Harrington, Anthony Kim, former TPC winner Adam Scott, Gary Woodland, Y.E. Yang, Camilo Villegas, Ernie Els and Rickie Fowler.
TPC Friday Leaderboard Below (click read more if you can’t see it)
Wells Fargo Championship weekend TV schedule. Set your DVR!
Saturday 5/7 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET GOLF
Saturday 5/7 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET CBS
Sunday 5/8 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET GOLF
Sunday 5/8 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET CBS
The horn has sounded and play is stopped at the Wells Fargo Championship due to inclement weather, lightning and rain.
Phil Mickelson is -5 on the day through 13 holes and is one shot off the lead at -8. Bill Haas is still in the lead at -9.
I’m in HOG world headquarters with my 3rd cup o’ Joe, Masters flags on the walls and a picture of Bobby Jones above me. I’m ready to post my (perhaps) final thoughts on the 2011 Masters. My big toe hurts, from nearly cutting it off five minutes before the final round TV coverage started. I’ve actually got golfer’s elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome in my left wrist from all of the blogging, tweeting, facebooking and high fives the last four days.
Tears in his eyes.... click for more 2011 Masters images
Charl Schwartzel, tears in his eyes, Masters champion
I’ll admit I knew next to nothing about Charl Schwartzel before this year’s Masters. In fact, about the only few things I know now is that he’s from South Africa, he has nerves of steel and is the 2011 Masters champion.
I was sure his lack of experience in this tournament would lead to him gagging in the last few holes. Boy was I wrong. He amazingly lit up the final nine, performing what will forever be referred to as a “Schwartzel” in my golf group: making birdie on the last four holes.
Many HOG congratulations to Charl, whose life will never be the same. Welcome to the most exclusive club in golf.
Below is the final leader board for the 2011 Masters, with Charl Schwartzel’s name in slot #1. Well done Charl!
If if you can’t see the board, click read more below: