It wasn’t the prettiest of wins, but it didn’t need to be for Andrew Landry, who earned his first career PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the Valero Texas Open.
Andrew Landry made a timely change in the shafts and lofts of his irons heading into this week’s Valero Texas Open, and it might have been just what he needed to capture his first PGA Tour title.
You could argue there is no golfer on the European Tour playing with more pressure this season than Alexander Levy. At No. 66 entering this week’s Trophee Hassan II in Morocco...
Things are changing at the Old Course at St. Andrews, or seem to be.
Rory McIlroy might be licking his wounds from his Sunday shortcoming at Augusta National but it hasn’t wavered his self-conviction.
Lefty Akshay Bhatia has added another big title to his CV while Dubai's Rayhan Thomas finishes 34th.
Students from the Al Zawra Girls School are among the first to be exposed to the Emirates Golf Federation’s new grassroots initiative in the Northern emirates of the UAE.
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we were reminded once again that all good things come to an end. Of course, I’m talking about golf’s #SB2K crew, which instead of partying it up at Baker’s Bay...
Los Angeles calls itself the entertainment capital of the world, Hooray for Hollywood and all that jazz, though sports in this melange of lights, camera, action has always been hit or miss.
U.S. captain Virginia Derby Grimes will have a confident, seasoned group to lead as the Americans aim to win back the Curtis Cup come June at Quaker Ridge Golf Club outside New York City.
This week’s Valero Texas Open field is without most of the sport’s marquee attractions—Sergio Garcia (No. 10) is the lone player in the world top 20...