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Jason Day Wins The Barclays

At the Barclays Jason Day shot an 8 under 62 on the final round to win the Barclay by 6 strokes. Over the weekend Jason shot 125 (63 & 62) to separate himself from the field and the next closest player for the weekend,  Dustin Johnson with 132. This win gives Jason a chance at the # 1 position in the World after the Deutsche Bank depending on how well Rory Mcllroy and Jordan Spieth play. 

 

 

Since McIlroy didn't play in the opening FedEx Cup playoff giving his ankle an extra week of rest, he moved back to No. 1 when Spieth missed the cut at The Barclays. That figured to be a two-man battle for the Deutsche Bank Championship, except that now it's a three-man race. You won’t want to miss the Deutsche!

 

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Expected Fireworks at the Barclays Extinquished

The Barclays playoff started with the pairing of Jordon Spieth (Masters and US Open Champion) and Jason Day (PGA Champion) together to start the fireworks of the FedEx playoffs.  However, Jason Day withdrew on Wednesday due to back pain.  He was seen in pain after his drive at the par-4 12th hole.  He did play Thursday and shot a good round.  Hopefully he's back in it.

 

Not only are there problems with Jason, Jordan had his worst round of the year.  So I guess the fireworks expected have been extinguished - OR have they?  It’s going to be an interesting tournament.  Rory McIlroy could be taking his #1 ranking back if his ankle holds up.

 

 

We really enjoy the PGA Tournaments and try to collect as many tournament golf balls as possible.  Your golf balls displayed in our Golf Ball Racks, Displays, Shelves and more are a great way to remember all the fun you’ve had golfing or attending tournaments.  Check us out at Golf Collection Displays.


Davis Love III Is Not Done Yet

Davis Love III, at 51, is not quite ready for the Champion Tour. He is still winning on the PGA (BIG) Tour.  His win at the Wyndham was his third time.  At 6 under he won with a 1 stroke victory over Jason Gore.  When you’re over 50 and win it’s a sweet victory.  It’s so great to see the older guys beat the young one’s once in a while.

 

 

We really enjoy the PGA Tournaments and try to collect as many tournament golf balls as we can.  We display them in our Putting Green shaped golf ball display racks.  We have a vaulted wall that is full of golf balls.  It’s a great conversation piece and we get to go down memory lane looking at the different balls.  You can get yours at Golf Collection Displays.


The Newest PGA Champion - Jason Day

How great is it that Jason Day won the PGA Championship in Sheboygan, WI.  His performance on Sunday was record-breaking.  No one else had a chance on that final day.  He is now without a doubt one of the best golfers in the world.

If you were lucky enough to be there and get your PGA Championship golf ball to add to your collections then you need to visit Golf Collection Displays.  We have a great selection of displays to show off your fabulous golf ball collection or any other golf collection you have.


Rory Plan To Play At The PGA Championship

We're so glad that Rory McIlroy is ready to golf again.  He will attend the PGA Championship at Whistler Straits.  He missed the WGC due to a turned ankle which he got just having some fun.  We hope you are able to attend this event, but if not it will be a good one to watch from your comfy sofa at home.  He will be joined by Bubba, Jason, Jordan, Justin and Rickie.  

While you're home watching the PGA Championship wouldn't it be great to have a display showing off your golf balls from golf courses you've played or golf tournaments you've attended.  We have a great selection at Golf Collection Displays.


McIlroy Will Miss the World Golf Championship

We’re going to miss watching Rory McIIroy at this year’s WGC as he won his second consecutive tournament here in 2014.  However, rehab is going well so we are looking forward to the PGA Championship in a few weeks.

 

 

In 1999 the WGC Bridgestone Invitational became part of the World Golf Championships.  Before that is was known as the World Series of Golf. It is permanently housed at Firestone Country Club in Ohio.

 

We hope you enjoy watching the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.  Please check out Golf Collection Displays for the perfect case or shelf to show off all your PGA tournament golf balls.  We have a huge selection for every décor.

 


Rickie Pulls An Ace Out Of His Hat!

Have you been watching the Quicken National Championship?  If not you missed it.  Rickie Fowler aced the nineth hole for his second hole in one during his career.  What an awesome moment to see.

 

Remember to use your QuickenChampionship coupon at Golf Collection Displays for 15% off all products.  We have great displays for any decor for all your golf collections.


Jason Day Is On A Roll

Jason Day, after coming up one shot short of the playoff for the British Open, turns on the cannons at the RBC Canadian Open and finishes Birdie, Birdie, Birdie to win!

 

He made an unbelievable 22-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole which gave him a 4-under 68 and a one-stroke victory over Bubba Watson. Day finished at 17-under 271 at Glen Abbey.

 

We hope you are enjoying this years golf tournaments.  Remember to check out Golf Collection Displays for a great selection of products to display all your Golf Collections.


Watching the Open Championship

Are you watching the Open Championship?  Here is our theme song.

 

Rain rain go away so Jordan Spieth can win the third leg of the Grand Slam against the runner up from the US Open against Dustin Johnson.

 

 

Don't forget to check out our website to find the perfect display for your favorite collection of golf balls, markers or clubs.  Or display that once in a life-time Hole In One or Best Game Ever scorecard and ball.


Augusta Golf Course, One of the Worlds Most Beautiful Golf Courses

I will never forget my first time at The Masters golf course in Augusta, Georgia. With several buddies, I walked through the bushes at the back entrance of number 5 and there before us was the most pristine golf course I have ever looked upon. What a thrill it was. I spent the day walking the course and couldn’t believe there was not one weed anywhere. The landscape was perfect. It’s close to how I see heaven especially when napping on the slop at the Par 3, 6th hole. Laying there with my eyes closed, listening to the excitement throughout the course. This is a very peaceful golf course that leaves its visitors in awe.

 

I have been to The Master many, many years since and I still get the feeling of awe when I first arrive. It is absolutely beautiful. It’s so much fun to remember this thrill when looking at my Masters golf ball sitting on my display rack at home The real thrill begins once the first tee shot is made. Being with the crowds and watching the best players in the world is indescribable. They make it all look so easy and smooth with graceful swings that rocket their golf ball down the fairways.

 

Sitting at the 15th hole and being part a the roar when a chip from the rough over water rolls so close to the hole it’s not human, while at the same time hearing the roar from across the course of those witnessing another unbelievable shot is one of the most exhilarating experiences I’ve ever had.

 

Over the years I have acquired a large Masters golf collection. I have one wall covered with golf ball displays. When friends are over, these displays make great conversation starters. My friends and I enjoy going down memory lane with each year’s golf items collected.