First Look At The Field: Betting Odds For WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational

Brooks Koepka, who won this event in 2019 and was runner-up last year, is the +1000 favorite to win it yet again. He's followed by Collin Morikawa, who is fresh off his Open Championship title and then narrowly missed out on a bronze medal at the Olympics.

Michael Harrison (@houndogharrison) The TSN Edge

Canadians struggle in second round; Schauffele, McIlroy in contention

On a day when many of the top names at the Olympic men’s golf competition made bold moves up the leaderboard, Corey Conners and Mackenzie Hughes seemed to be stuck in neutral, unable to find any momentum. TSN's Bob Weeks has more.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

Champ fends off heat to win 3M Open by two strokes

Cameron Champ fended off dehydration and crisply putted his way to a 5-under 66 on Sunday, winning the 3M Open by two strokes for his third career victory.

Hadwin, Sloan on top at 3M Open

Hadwin, Sloan on top at 3M Open

At the halfway point of the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities, Canadian Adam Hadwin is tied for the lead while fellow Canuck Roger Sloan is one shot back as both players are trying to stay inside the top 125 on the tour’s FedEx Cup points list, Bob Weeks writes.

Hadwin, Sloan on top at 3M Open
- Bob Weeks
Bob’s Picks: 3M Championship

Bob’s Picks: 3M Championship

The field at the 3M Championship wouldn’t be considered the deepest of the season. There are 26 of the top 100 on the world ranking and seven of the top 50.

Bob’s Picks: 3M Championship
- Bob Weeks

Hughes stays within striking distance at The Open

Canadian Mackenzie Hughes wasn't quite as good in Round 2 as he was on Thursday, but he closed out his second round of The Open Championship only six shots behind leader Louis Oosthuizen at -11 under.

Leader Oosthuizen sets 36-hole record at The Open

Louis Oosthuizen set a 36-hole record at the British Open and is halfway to ending that run of near misses at the majors.

Conners, Hughes stay in the hunt at the Open

Conners, Hughes stay in the hunt at the Open

Another day and more Canadians playing well at a major. Corey Conners and Mac Hughes moved Maple Leafs up the leaderboard at the Open Championship on Friday. Conners signed for a 2-under 68 and Hughes a 1-under 69. The sit at 4- and 5-under for 36 holes, well within striking distance of top spot.

Conners, Hughes stay in the hunt at the Open
- Bob Weeks
Oosthuizen on top again at the Open

Oosthuizen on top again at the Open

Louis Oosthuizen had the best round of the day, a bogey-free, six-under 64 that saw him birdie six holes in a nine-hole stretch from eight to 16.

Oosthuizen on top again at the Open
- Bob Weeks
DeChambeau apologizes after saying Cobra driver 'sucks'

DeChambeau apologizes after saying Cobra driver 'sucks'

After Bryson DeChambeau told reporters his driver "sucks," Cobra tour operations manager Ben Schomin told Golfweek that DeChambeau's words were "painful" and added everyone at the company has been bending over backwards to help the former U.S. Open champ.

- TSN.ca with files from The Canadian Press
Hadwin fighting for his job at the Open

Hadwin fighting for his job at the Open

Under normal circumstances, Adam Hadwin would be heading to the Open Championship, thinking of competing for the Claret Jug, racking up points for the Presidents Cup, or getting ready for a push into the FedEx Cup playoffs. This year, he’s worried about keeping his job.

Hadwin fighting for his job at the Open
- Bob Weeks

Who has a chance - and who doesn't - to win The Open

Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau all have legitimate shots to add another major win to their resumé this week.

Mark Schlabach

Koepka on DeChambeau feud: He's 'fair game'

Brooks Koepka was asked again Tuesday at The Open about the on-going feud, and the four-time major winner said he's fine keeping it going because Bryson DeChambeau went back on his word about an agreement they had and so now he's "fair game."

Bob Harig

DeChambeau discusses caddie switch says he and Tucker 'are good'

DeChambeau discusses caddie switch says he and Tucker 'are good'

Bryson DeChambeau apologized several times for not addressing his caddie situation two weeks ago at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, saying there were extenuating circumstances that caused him to skip media queries following the first and second rounds of the tournament in Detroit where he missed the cut.

- Bob Harig
Masters champ Matsuyama withdraws from Open

Masters champ Matsuyama withdraws from Open

Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama has withdrawn from The Open, citing a recent COVID-19 diagnosis and his inability to practice properly in time for the year's final major championship.

- Bob Harig

DeChambeau selects instructor Ziegler as new caddie

Bryson DeChambeau has a new caddie. Brian Zeigler, an instructor at Dallas National where DeChambeau plays and practices, will be on the bag next week when DeChambeau plays in The Open at Royal St. George's in Sandwich, England.

- Bob Harig
DeChambeau selects instructor Ziegler as new caddie