Who wouldn’t want to win two tournaments and place second in the FedEx Cup? TravisMathew has teamed up with Callaway Golf to bring you the Chris Kirk Giveaway. We will be giving away outfits that were seen at the Tour Championship along with the same clubs Chris Kirk used all season provided to us by Callaway Golf.
On the final day of the Tour Championship Kirk will be sporting a classic combo. The black and grey staple that is the cornerstone of the TravisMathew look with the Crenshaw in Heather Grey, Delta in Black, a Black Bruno 2 (Belt), and Black Houghs.
Heading into the third round of the Tour Chamionship just two shots back, TravisMathew team member Chris Kirk is bringing it home with the Crenshaw in Cardinal Red. Get this and the rest of Kirks outfit and help us root him on as he pursues the ultimate prize, the FedEx Cup!
Chris Kirk debut his professional career in 2007 dawning TravisMathew. From day one Chris has been a true TravisMathew OG. On the second day of the Tour Championship Chris reminds everyone you can’t teach cool by sporting the OG Polo – Ozone.
Reinvent yourself with the Bowery Collection.
It’s only fitting that the first day of the Tour Championship Chris Kirk would wear a polo that dawns the name of our new collection. The Bowery. The Bowery, reinvented itself from studio in New York’s lower east side to a world class venue.
This year Chris Kirk has set out and proven himself, from a young golfer to a world class athlete that demands attention. He enters the last tournament of the year first in the FedEx Cup points.
Reinvent yourself with the Bowery Collection.
Fifty-one tournaments, and it all comes down to one. TravisMathew team member Chris Kirk holds onto the FedEx Cup point lead going into the final tournament of the season. One tournament to rule them all. If Chris wins he will win the FedEx Cup, however there are a multitude of scenarios that will still result in Kirk bringing home the cup. If Kirk finishes top 5 he has good chance of winning and can tie as low as 29 for him to mathematically still be crowned as champion.
This weekend Chris Kirk takes on the East Lake Golf Club, only 40 minutes away from his home. Will this be the year that a TravisMathew team member brings home the #1 spot in all of golf?
Congratulations to TravisMathew’s own Chris Kirk who won the Deutsche Bank Title with a bogey free round of 66. This is his second win of the season and biggest win of his career. It also puts him in first place in The FedEx Cup standings and a hopeful to be one of the three Ryder Cup captain’s picks announced Tuesday.
“I definitely put myself in contention for one,” Kirk said. “If I get picked great. If not, I’m still happy with my win today.”
Paired with Rory McIlroy for the second straight day, Kirk took the outright lead for the first time with a 25-foot birdie putt on the 13th hole. Down the stretch, he held off Billy Horschel and the rest of the field thanks to steady play and a red hot putter.
When it comes to being collective and cool there is none better than Chris Kirk. Currently 14th on the FedEx Cup points, Kirk will be paired with Rory McIlroy on the final round. Both will be entering T3. You’d think with the final selections for the Ryder Cup in the air and well placed to win the Deutsche Bank Championship, Kirk would be nervous.
“I’m just going to go have fun. And I am looking forward to seeing Georgia Football play.” Kirk explains about his thoughts leading into the final round.
Well played Kirk. TravisMathew always keeping it cool.
The TravisMathew PGA Tour team has had quite the season, starting with Chris Kirk winning the McGladry Classic and Matt Jones winning the Shell Houston Open securing the final spot for the Masters this year. As the season begins to close, the FedEx Cup points are in and the PGA Playoffs are set to begin this week. Chris Kirk has secured a spot in the Top 10 in overall points for the season!
While our PGA Tour team has been very exciting to watch, our Web.com roster has been a group of power-houses with Andres Gonzales, Andrew Putnam and Max Homa all winning tournaments this year while Luke List regains his title as longest drive on the tour.
The 2014 School of Degenerates, sorry for being awesome!
One of the longest-running bits on Jimmy Fallon’s version of “The Tonight Show” is the superlative segment. Every now and then, that segment reaches into the sports world, as it did Monday night to spoof the PGA Tour featuring our very own Chris Kirk.
Chris Kirk, already winning two PGA Tournaments by 28, is a player that everyone is watching. This year Chris Kirk will take on the Masters in hopes of winning one of the most iconic jackets in the world.