Hey, Rock Heads in these turbulent times the one thing we all need is televised golf. Thankfully, the PGA Tour returns this week with the Charles Schwab Challenge with a purse of $ 7,500,000! Continue below to read all the details about this upcoming event. TV times, leaderboards, the course we have it all in one easy place! After reading tell us who you think will win? Any players you’re looking out for? Any interesting story-lines?

The PGA RETURNS: The Course

The PGA Tour returns with the Colonial Country Club. This 7,000 yards Par 70 course is a private golf club in the southern United States, located in Fort Worth, Texas. Colonial Country Club was founded in 1936 by Marvin Leonard chiefly out of a desire to introduce Bentgrass greens to the area. Some people viewed Mr. Leonard’s determination to see Bentgrass greens succeed in the Southwest as a sign of his tenacity, but those who knew him better, recognized it as pure bullheadedness.

Broadcast Schedule – Thursday, June 11 (All Times Eastern)’s Power Rankings

1Jon Rahm

Age 25. His ability transcends analytics. Part of the proof was a T2 as a 22-year-old debutant here in 2017. He chased it with a T5 in 2018.
2Webb Simpson

Age 34. Furthermore his victory at TPC Scottsdale four months ago punctuated a flurry of five podium finishes in a span of just nine TOUR starts.
3Rory McIlroy

Age 31. First appearance. The world’s top-ranked golfer entered the hiatus with seven consecutive top fives worldwide.
4Kevin Na

Age 36. He’s tended to weave around expectations over time, but there’s no denying the veteran’s record at Colonial. One 61 and two 62s in his 4th-Win burst here since 2018.
5Brooks Koepka

Age 30. Not only defied empirical evidence en route to a solo second with a pair of 63s in his debut at Colonial in 2018, it’s an example of his success in non-majors.
6Justin Thomas

Age 27. First appearance. The two-time winner this season has another three top-six finishes. But expectations are high emerging from the hiatus, even in his debut.
7Kevin Kisner

Age 36. The bull’s-eye of predictive factors and already a champion at Colonial (2017).
8Marc Leishman

Age 36. The Aussie wouldn’t complain if the wind freshened, but he’s in a sweet intersection of age and experience.
9Tony Finau

Age 30. He’s exhibited the ability to adapt to every track for years. That includes last year’s solo second at Colonial where his scoring average in 16 rounds is 68.94.

10Ryan Palmer

Age 43. Since the Colonial member is used to navigating the course sans fans, that could present a serious edge this week.

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