GOLF EYEBALL: What to watch on Monday, April 6, 2018

GOLF EYEBALL: What to watch on Monday, April 6, 2018

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The 2018 season for the men’s golf is already under way.

While the tournament starts on Sunday, April 10, there are still many games that will have to be played by Tuesday, April 11.

And there are some exciting matches in play as well.

Below are the three biggest golf events of the day and what you need to know about them.

The first of these is the Masters Championship, which is played on Sunday and features three of the best players in the world.

It will be the first time two women’s players have ever met.

The top three players in their respective divisions, Serena Williams, Katie MacDowell and Lisa DeVries, will battle it out for a shot at winning the title.

The second major of the week will feature the Women’s European Tour Championship on Monday night and it features eight of the top players in Europe.

It also features two of the most entertaining matches of the year: the U.S. Open on Tuesday night and the European Tour final on Thursday night.

The third major of today, the World Golf Championships, will kick off on Monday and features four of the world’s top players.

The tournament will be played at the historic Parc des Princes in Paris, France, which will be home to the opening of the 2018 Tour of France.

The fourth major of tomorrow, the PGA Championship, will be held on Sunday at a course that’s home to more than 50 majors, including a pair of major championships in Augusta National, Georgia.

There’s no doubt that Augusta National is the most famous course in the United States, and it’s one of the closest courses in the entire country.

It also has the biggest purse of any tournament, with more than $3 billion on the line in the 2018 season.

There will be three main rounds of the tournament, but the second will also feature the PNC National Finals on Sunday afternoon.

The PGA Tour Championship will be on the second day of the PDC and the PCA Tour Championship is scheduled to begin on Sunday night.

The two events are the first two of their kind and it’ll be the last major of this year’s PDC season.

The final major of Monday night will be another PGA National final and the final is also the last PGA major of its kind.

It’s also the first major of 2018, and will be an exciting match-up for the winners of the two most exciting races of the season: the PSA Tour and the United Parcel Service Open.