John Deere Classic

Photos: John Deere Classic

We have so much John Deere Classic coverage, it's hard to fit on one page. But we tried.

After you enjoy the photos from TPC Deere Run in Silvis above, we've compiled all of the JDC links from the week here:

Links from the links: John Deere Classic


+ Wednesday's John Deere Classic Pro-Am enjoyed more warm weather with quite a bit of sunshine. But rain lurks

+ The defending champ and others met the media.



+ A teen's first day as an impromptu caddie for a JDC pro was a success.


+ A torch is passed.





+ One rookie pro golfer recently had to make a tough decision: To relieve his father from caddie duties.

+ Zach Johnson, who won the John Deere Classic in 2012, is back for his 17th consecutive JDC. See what he had to say.

+ Tee times for the John Deere Classic were unveiled.

Among the notables, Zach Johnson, Wesley Bryan and three-time champion Steve Stricker start on the 10th hole at 8 a.m. Thursday.

Defending champion Bryson DeChambeau, Davis Love III and 2016 JDC champion Ryan Moore will be on the first hole at 1:10 p.m. Thursday.

And follow our tournament coverage all week here.

+ A 16-year-old earned the right to carry the clubs for Australian golf pro Steven Bowditch at this week's John Deere Classic. He says helping Bowditch make his first 2018 cut on Friday "would be a great birthday present."


+ 19-year-old Chilean phenom Joaquín Niemann enters his first ever John Deere Classic coming off a fifth place finish at Greenbrier. 

+ Former PGA Tour player Davis Love III talks about his son competing in the John Deere Classic.

+ Three former Iowa Hawkeyes qualify for the John Deere Classic.

+ Jay Kidwell takes on Clair Peterson at TPC Deere Run in their annual Go 4 It golf battle.

+ Remember 2017? That was fun. Our John Deere Classic coverage won a Silver Dome award. Bryson DeChambeau won the tournament. Advantage: Bryson. But that hardware still looks nice in the trophy case.


Follow Local 4 News' award-winning John Deere Classic coverage all week long on television and online.


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