Rory McIlroy, one of the highest-ranking golfers (and most famous athletes) in the world has just dropped out of the Rio Olympics, citing concerns over his own health due to the ongoing problem with the Zika virus in South...
Jordan Spieth was so put off by his epic collapse yesterday, he could barely put the green jacket on winner Danny Willett in Butler's Cabin. So it went for the world's no.
If Jordan Spieth, the current world no. 2, wants to repeat at Augusta this weekend, he's going to have to play awfully good golf.
Is this kid the next Tiger Woods? Bluejack National is a golf course near Houston that Tiger designed himself, and he was on hand for the opening of "The Playgrounds," a shorter course designed just for juniors.
Not even a kidney stone could stop Bubba Watson from winning the Northern Trust Open yesterday. The world's new no. 4 ranked golfer (he was no.
Brian Harman should buy a lottery ticket right away. During the final round of the Barclays Championship on the weekend, the 28-year old Harman made a bit of golfing history.
The PGA Tour is into its home stretch, with the PGA Championship and the lucrative FedEx Cup looming on the horizon.
Breaking up is hard to do, so the song goes. In sports, it often comes down to personalities clashing, which inevitably finds athletes, coaches, agents and executives on the outs with their teams and clients.
During the first round of the Canadian Open on Thursday, Australian golfer Robert Allenby got into a heated argument with his caddie Mick Middlemo over club selection.
Some names are synonymous with the The British Open, like those of Tom Watson (five championships), Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, and Tiger Woods (all with three Claret Jugs apiece).
After rain and wind delays kept the season's third major from its traditional Sunday finish, the British Open at St. Andrews will now conclude Monday. The leaders teed off around 2:30 p.m.
When it comes to Tiger Woods beating Jack Nicklaus' all-time record for major tournaments won, everyone assumed it was a matter of when, not if. Then that Thanksgiving happened, and Tiger has never been the same since.
To most people golf is a stuffy game, full of absurd rules and regulations. And golfers, well, they are just as stuffy, looking as if a walk around 18 holes is akin to root canal surgery.
Jordan Spieth has his work cut out for him this week. The current Masters and U.S. Open champion doesn't have an Open Championship title, yet, and is up against a field with plenty of outstanding contenders.
Bubba Watson may have been born and raised in the South, being a native of the state of Florida, but he isn't hiding behind "tradition" or "heritage" when it comes to one of his prized possessions.
It may be of little consolation to Dustin Johnson now, but his three-putt on the 18th at Chambers Bay Sunday was not his worst choke on a Sunday at a Major.
Tiger Woods didn't mince words following his worst ever professional score. Despite making the cut at Muirfield Village, he shot 85 on Saturday and 74 on Sunday to finish with a career worst 302.
To quote a former famous basketball player, "We're talking about practice. We're talking about practice. We ain't talking about the game. We're talking about practice, man.
Looks like Tiger Woods won't be making any more toothless appearances at Lindsey Vonn's world cup downhill events. The world no.
Tiger Woods finished 17th at this year's Masters. While that may have been a disappointment to the Woods of old, present day Tiger was probably just glad to make the cut.