How to Track the PGA Leaderboard
The PGA Tour organizes professional golf tournament played in the United States. It includes The Players Championship, the FedEx Cup, The Tour Championship and the Presidents Cup among others. Scores and rankings change constantly. The PGA Tour Live Leaderboard is the way to keep track of your favorite golfers.
The PGA Tour website updates its stats throughout the tournaments. All tee times are local, and golf fans can see in real time how their favorite players stack up. Golf fans can view players by best score, the golfer’s name, country of origin, whether a player’s position is up or down, total score each round and the total number of strokes. In addition to the PGA Tour Live Leaderboard, you can view hole locations, videos, tee times and past results on the PGA Tour site.
The CBS Sports PGA Tour Leaderboard refreshes every four minutes. In addition to the golfer’s name, country of origin and total score, the total earnings are also included in its live leaderboard. By clicking on the plus sign next to the golfer’s name, you can view how each player performed at every round. A player profile, scorecard and stats are also available to view. The color-coded leaderboard also shows what kind of shot each player made and where the player started his or her round.
ESPN has different pages for its leaderboard, player stats and course stats. In addition to the PGA Leaderboard today, you can view leaderboards going back to the year 2001. In addition to the player’s name, country of origin and position, you can view the number to par, score each round and total earnings. FedEx points are also updated live. ESPN also has leaderboards for the Euro Tour, LPGA and the Champions Tour.
PGA Tour App
The PGA Tour App is a must-have for avid golf fans. Stats are updated after each stroke, and fans can even track every golf swing a player takes. You can also track a favorite player, leader or a certain hole on the course. Scorecards, highlights and real time leaderboard standings are popular features.
Golf Channel partners with NBC Sports to give fans a full leaderboard and simple tools to track favorite players. You can manage the players you want to see stats for by clicking on the star icon next to each name. This puts those players in a favorites column for easy access to their leaderboard standings. In addition to name, country of origin, rank and position, you can view statistics, schedules, air times and profiles of every player. Golf Channel also gives a brief history of the PGA Tour, including past notables, championship totals and upcoming games.
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Horseshoe Bay – Slick Rock Golf Course
August 6th, 2022, camp price – $495, (includes yardage and green book, lunch, and tee prize).
Shane Howell - Texas State Head Men's Coach
Shane Howell has led the Bobcats through conference realignment, seeing three conferences in three seasons, and is in his 12th year at the helm of the Bobcat men’s golf program.
Texas State has been a part of the Southland, WAC and now the Sun Belt.
Howell led the Bobcats to many accomplishments during the 2021-22 season. Halfway through the season, Texas State defeated 13 teams to win the 2022 Jackrabbit Invitational recording a season-low four-under par, and all Texas State golfers finished in the top-15 to propel the team to the top. At the Graeme McDowell Invitational, they finished third shooting one-under for their second best tournament. The Bobcats finished seventh at the Sun Belt Conference Championship, and senior Evan White won the individual championship and earned a spot at the NCAA Regionals. This was the second time for Howell and fourth time overall that a Texas State golfer won the conference individual championship and advanced to NCAA Regionals. White tied for eighth out of 10 individuals competing at the Bryan Regional, and was selected to the All-Sun Belt Second Team.
Mike McGraw - Baylor Head Men's Coach
Three-time national champion coach Mike McGraw became Baylor’s head coach on June 16, 2014. McGraw joined the Bears following one season as assistant coach at Alabama, where he helped lead the Crimson Tide to the 2014 NCAA Championship title. With six seasons at Baylor and nine seasons at Oklahoma State, McGraw totals 15 years as a Division I head coach.
McGraw has 24 years of experience coaching at the Division I level, including eight seasons as Oklahoma State men’s golf head coach, and he’s led teams to the NCAA Championship in 20 of 22 possible seasons (no championship in 2020 due to COVID-19). Nearly half of McGraw’s 23 potential championship seasons have ended with top-five finishes at the NCAA Championship, including 11 times in the top five, three times as national runner-up and three national titles.
McGraw’s teams have won 46 tournament titles and advanced to 11 of 14 possible NCAA Championships in his time as a Division I men’s golf head coach. He’s coached players to 42 individual medalist honors and produced 30 All-Americans.
Giovana Maymon - Texas A&M Asst Women's Coach
NCAA Championship Runner-Up and three-time All-American Scholar Giovana Maymon was named Texas A&M’s assistant coach on July 8, 2021. “The first thing that sticks out with Giovana is her energy,” head coach Gerrod Chadwell said. “I don’t know if I have met a person of her age that is more driven. The things that she has accomplished at this stage in her career far surpasses anyone that I have seen. She was a phenomenal player at Baylor, and what she did in her short stint at South Alabama to better herself was out of this world. I look forward to her coming to Aggieland and to see the impact she is going to have on our program, and what she will do for these young women and their experiences at A&M. I am excited to see the energy she is going to bring into the building and I know she is a perfect fit for us.” Maymon comes to Aggieland after a two-year stint as a graduate assistant at South Alabama. She helped develop Jaguars’ Julie Hovland into the 2021 Sun Belt Conference Women’s Golfer of the Year, and helped her receive an invitation to the Baton Rouge Regional as an at-large individual. Maymon was a part of nine top-five team finishes during her time at South Alabama.
Brandon Wilkins - SMU Asst Men's Coach
Brandon Wilkins enters his second season (2021-22) as an assistant coach for the SMU men’s golf program. He helped the Mustangs to the 2021 NCAA Championships and a t-17 th national finish in his first year on the Hilltop. In his five-year assistant coaching career, Wilkins has seen his players earn all-conference selections six times, all All-America status twice and had two conference players of the year. His teams have made each of the past two NCAA Regionals held and have won a combined four team tournament titles, including helping Denver to the 2019 Summit League title. During the 2020-21 season, he helped the Mustangs to a tournament title, and saw Noah Goodwin earn medalist honors at the NCAA Stillwater Regional. Goodwin went on to earn AAC Player of the Year, one of three all-conference selections from the SMU team. The Mustangs, who advanced to the NCAA Championships, finished the year with the second-best national ranking (18 th ) and scoring average (286.08) in school history. In addition, SMU’s Mac Meissner won the Byron Nelson Award and Nathan Petronzio was selected as the AAC’s Freshman of the Year.
Tom Shaw - Abilene Christian Head Men's Coach
Shaw’s Wildcats recorded their best finish at the Southland Conference Championships, placing third at 22-over 886 thanks to a brilliant 3-under 285 third round at the Stonebridge Ranch Country Club. ACU’s final-round score was the lowest recorded by any team at the tournament as the quartet of senior Alex Clouse , juniors Brian Choe and Francisco Osio , and sophomore Zane Heusel all moved up the individual leaderboard.
Clouse went from eighth to fourth (2-over 218) with a 2-under 70 that gave him his first top-five conference showing.
Osio cracked the top 10 after birding two of the last three holes, tying two others for ninth place at 8-over 224. He recorded rounds of 77, 73 and 74.
Heusel shot up nine spots with a 1-under 71 to tie Choe for 12th place at 9-over 225. Heusel carded rounds of 74, 80 and 71, and Choe registered single-day scores of 79, 74 and 72.
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Field size - 40.
In order to maximize engagement opportunities with coaches we limit the field at each camp.
Schedule of events, august 6, 2022, 8:00am – 8:30am registration, 8:30am – 9:30am coach and player introductions / recruiting seminar.
- Coach introduction and camp overview
9:30am -11:30am Skill Stations and Challenges (Putting, Short game, Driving Range)
11:30am – 1:000pm lunch / course management and strategy seminar on slick rock golf course, 1:00pm simulated college golf practice round on slick rock golf course with on-course coach engagement (tee times), camp concludes following the round.
*Schedule is subject to change
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