He stands 6-foot-3 and is fairly soft-spoken, so it’s easy to see where Thomas Pieters might have a gentle giant persona.
You heard it here first: Beating balls is overrated. So is playing golf. For Lee Westwood anyway.
Rookie Beau Hossler on tour life, the Beau Hossler Rule and why watching the Dodgers in the World Series is more stressful than playing the U.S. Open.
His record in what the European Tour grandly views as its flagship event is “a bit up and down.” Which is not quite accurate. “More down than up” would be a more precise representation of Rory McIlroy’s past performances in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Without a victory since last July’s triumph at the Open Championship at Birkdale, Jordan Spieth could use a few breaks these days.
Having earlier appointed Robert Karlsson as the first of his vice captains for the 42nd Ryder Cup, European skipper Thomas Bjorn has added four more experienced individuals to his backroom staff.
Ever wanted to caddy for Tiger Woods? Turns out all you needed was $50,000.
The PGA Tour’s relationship with video-game mega giant EA Sports dates back to 1990, with the hugely popular Tiger Woods franchise debuting in 1999, drawing millions into golf’s video-game universe. It appears that partnership has now ended, at least for the time being.
John Feinstein, best-selling author and Golf Digest contributing editor, has got as close to Masters champion Patrick Reed as any journalist in golf.
Paul Goydos still remembers when his family life went from private to public and as such, feels for Lucas Glover.