Just like the NFL, Hittin' the Links is back! Even though the PGA Tour and LPGA took the week off, there was still plenty of action on and off the links.
If you haven't been paying attention to the inaugural Web.com Tour Finals, maybe you should take a look. While it lacks the star power of the FedExCup Playoffs, you will recognize a lot of names (Trevor Immelman, Ricky Barnes, Will MacKenzie, Ryo Ishikawa, Vaughn Taylor, et al.), and the drama doesn't end when the tournament leader has a three-stroke lead on the 18th tee. While the top 25 money winners from the Web.com Tour's regular season have already earned PGA Tour cards for 2014, the four week Finals will determine who gets the remaining 25 cards and the final pecking order of those cards. Next week, the Web.com Tour Finals visit my town -- Columbus, OH -- for the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship at The Ohio State University Scarlet Course, before wrapping up the playoffs and season Sept. 26-29 at Dye's Valley Course in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, for the Web.com Tour Championship.
In this edition of HtL, we ask the following: Who is the best PGA Tour player with only one win? Is Tim Tebow's swing speed really 141 mph? And why you should probably consider Newton's Third Law of Motion when deciding whether to cut a shot around that tree or just chip back into the fairway.