Three for three in Monday qualifiers for Patrick Reed

When Patrick Reed was attending Augusta State, going to class, practicing and winning back-to-back NCAA Division I National Championships. He didn't think it could get any hectic or busier than it was at that point in his life.

Enter the world of Monday qualifying on the PGA Tour.

Reed, who is now three for three, in consecutive tries. Has earned his way into the third PGA Tour event of 2012, after Monday qualifying again this week, at the HP Byron Nelson Classic.

The former All-American fired an eight-under, 64 to win the Monday qualifier at Lantana Golf Club in Lantana, Texas.

Greenbrier owner says Woods will tee it up in Classic

Jim Justice, chairman of The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va, told the Register-Herald that Tiger Woods has committed to playing, the Greenbrier Classic, July 5-8.

In it's third year of play on the PGA Tour. The field is always stacked with stars from around the globe in golf.

2012 will be no different. With names such as: Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson, Kenny Perry and Tom Watson.

It appears now, Woods will join that list of names for this year.

Poulter and Laird share lead at The Players

Ian Poulter had a lot on his plate this week, most of it was not golf. He and his family spent the majority of the week, getting moved into and settled in to their new home in Lake Nona.

Needless to say; as most know, moving can be stressful in itself. Not to mention, not being able to prepare for the strongest field event of the year on the PGA Tour.

So it may come to a surprise to see Poulter's name sitting atop the leader board; along with Martian Laird, after the opening round of, The Players.

''It's no surprise to me to be fresh in the mind this week, to know that I'm finally in the house and I'm relaxed and the family is happy, and all of the hassle and stress is over and I can just go out and play golf,'' Poulter said. ''And I have felt relaxed this week.''

It may not be the ideal way to prepare for every event. Though after carding a seven-under, 65 in his opening round. The Englishman is certainly in a good spot after the opening 18.

PGA Tour releases LatinoAmerica Schedule for 2012

The PGA Tour released the schedule for the inaugural PGA Tour LatinoAmerica for 2012 Wednesday, from their home office in Ponte Vedro, Florida.

An 11 event schedule was released for 2012, that will cover seven countries in Latin America. Running from September through December.

The season will get kicked off on September 3rd, with two events in Mexico. The Mundo Maya Open and the Monterrey Open.

The Mundo Maya Open, will tee it up at the Yucatan Country Club (a Jack Nicklaus designed course). And the Monterrey Open will be hosted by La Herradura Golf Course in Monterre, Mexico on the same date.

Who to watch at the Wells Fargo Championship

The PGA Tour heads from the 'Big Easy' to Charlotte, North Carolina for the 2012, Wells Fargo Championship. Hosted by Quail Hollow.

Last season saw the 7,469 yard Quail Hollow Club score, average under par for the first time in nine years.

The signature stretch of holes covering No. 16, 17 and 18, known as 'The Green Mile', played just 0.777 strokes over par.

Fairways are at a premium at this event. In 2011, the field averaged just 47.64 percent. Ranking it third lowest of any event, last season on the PGA Tour.

Ernie Els, feeling like old self after New Orleans

At the age of 42, you would think professional golfers would start to slow down a bit. Or begin to feel that their game is starting to perhaps trend downwards from their earlier years on Tour.

Ernie Else happens to think his game is actually starting to feel like his old self, after a playoff loss to Jason Dufner on Sunday at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

The 'Big Easy' was making a charge in the Big Easy in Sunday's final round. Forcing the event to go to extra holes.

Obviously, Dufner would capture the win, for his first on the PGA Tour.

Reaction to Tiger Woods 'Fan Presser'

Tiger Woods recently announced that he would forgo his usual media press conference at the upcoming Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow. And instead, field questions via video on his website, from his fans.

For whatever reason, he caught a lot of flack over this from many of the mainstream media outlets.

I have no reason why that is either.