This Week in Golf - Jan 29, 2022

Your Weekly Wrap Up: What Happened This Week in Golf – January 29, 2022

Some exciting things are going down this week in San Diego. The Farmers Insurance Open is in full swing at Torrey Pines and we are getting down to the top contenders to see who will win the battle for first. The last 7 days have not been remotely boring, and we’ve got the stories and videos to prove it!

Here are the top stories this week…

This $100K Bet By Top Golfers Isn’t Getting Paid

PGA Pros Made $100K Bet

Is Si Woo Kim obligated to pay Pat Perez $100,000? We’ll leave it up to you to make the final decision. It’s not uncommon for Kim to lose his cool during tournaments like the American Express this week, and he’s even been known to smash clubs in frustration in the past. A case in point: Kim was in contention at the Masters earlier this year when he bent his putter shaft and banged it into the ground in despair while playing the 15th hole.…


The PIP Rankings Have This Tour Pro a Little Salty

The PIP Rankings Have This Tour Pro a Little Salty

There was always going to be someone who was unlucky. No. 11 on the list. The PGA Tour’s Player Impact Program, which was established to recognize and reward players who have made significant contributions to the game, awards at least $3 million to each of the top-10 finishers. The first man to be eliminated, on the other hand? There are no bucks or cents involved


Rahm Isn’t Backing Down After Criticizing PGA Layout

This Pro Isn't Backing Down

While en route to a tie for 14th place finish in the American Express Championship, the world No. 1 was caught on film expressing his intense displeasure with the course setup in what is yearly a birdie-fest in the Palm Springs area, one that he won in 2018. During the second round at the Nicklaus Course at PGA West, Rahm, who wears his emotions on his sleeve on the golf course and has improved his ability to control his fury, was walking from a green to a tee on the Nicklaus Course…


Patrick Reed is Ignoring Negativity Surrounding Controversial Win

This Pro Rejects Negative Controversy

Reed took home the Farmers Insurance Open by five strokes the previous year. Reed won by a five-point margin, which is a crucial fact to emphasize: Reed won by five points. Although his success and reputation were further harmed by a bizarre event on the 10th hole of his third round a year ago, it is difficult to separate his victory from the four minutes he spent on the hole on the 10th hole of his third round today. There was a lot of ink poured on the internet at the time on Reed’s perceived offense, so read on for all the nitty gritty details…


Angry Outburst Doesn’t Stop Rahm at Farmers

Angry Outburst Doesn't Stop Rahm

It sure seems like Jon Rahm is on a roll lately. As we already mentioned, Rahm let out an expletive filled rant that was caught by a fan at the AmEx. While he was playing in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines this week, he had a minor meltdown during the second round. In the aftermath of Rahm’s drive off hole 2, it was immediately apparent that the shot had not gone exactly as planned. Rahm remained on the tee box while his playing buddies left, allowing him to vent his frustrations on them.


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