Tiger Woods will begin the final round of the 147th Open Championship with a chance. And that’s all that this comeback has been about. A chance to play. A chance to compete. A chance to win.
Get set for a big night in front of the telly.
On a day that featured six rounds of 66 or better at Carnoustie, including one from Tiger Woods, it was a round from another multiple major winner that stood out among them.
Nowhere else in golf does the phrase “luck of the draw” resonate more than at the Open Championship.
You can make numbers say just about anything you want. But taken on face value, they can also tell a pretty compelling story all by themselves.
Russell Knox punched his ticket to the Open Championship by finishing second at the French Open a few weeks ago, an event that’s part of the claret...
There was much to like about Tiger Woods’ first Open Championship round in three years. The score just wasn’t one of them—at least not to the author of it.
For one day at least, Carnoustie fell short of its reputation as the most unforgiving test on the Open rota.
When Kevin Kisner posted his five-under 66 just after 12:30 p.m. local time in Scotland, it certainly didn’t feel like he’d be leading the...
Far, far away from the first round of the 147th Open Championship, a junior golfer made a bit of history himself.
Nick Faldo and Greg Norman will forever be intertwined in golf history, most notably for the 1996 Masters.