Thursday, December 31, 2015

The 2015 PGA Tour Season in Review - Best of the Best (Part 3 of 3)

The 2015 PGA Tour season had it all didn't it?  Drama.  Disappointment.  Domination.  And even a little bit of comedy for good measure.  Weekly narratives almost wrote themselves. 

So let's look back at some of the unforgettable moments of this past year.  Whatever your favorite moments were, I think we'd all agree that 2015 was one of the best, and certainly one of the most entertaining seasons in Tour history.

It's Easy To Explain
The R&A allowed play to continue Saturday at The Open Championship despite extreme winds that made the Old Course unplayable.

FIGJAM Toboggan
Phil was just being Phil at the PGA Championship. 

Bubba Watson worried about ant allergies at the PGA Championship. 

Missile Defense Alert System Activated
Jason Day was cleared for takeoff at the Deutsche Bank Championship. 

You Can't Win Them All
Spieth missed two consecutive cuts to start the FedExCup Playoffs.

Big Mistake
Henrik Stenson opened the door for Fowler to win the Deutsche Bank Championship.

Fan Friendly
Hunter Mahan took some club selection advice from fans at the BMW Championship. 

Honey Badger
J-Day just takes what he wants, and he took home a win at the BMW Championship. 

Day's FedExCup press conference was one of the best of all time. 

Clutch Magic
Spieth won the Tour Championship, the FedExCup, and broke the record for prize money in a single season in familiar style. 


READ MORE: The 2015 PGA Tour Season in Review - Best of the Best (Part 1 of 3)

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