It will surely go down as one of the great pars of the 2018 European Tour season. Or any season really.
Tiger Woods owns a three-shot lead after a five-under 65 at East Lake.
Rory McIlroy used to dream about playing with Tiger Woods in the final group in the final round of a tournament. Sunday at East Lake, he’ll find out what it feels like for real.
There was a time not long ago that 59 was a magic number in golf, but in the wake of two of them posted on professional tours in less than 24 hours, maybe it’s time to recalibrate what is considered magical.
The golf world Valentino Dixon imagined from behind bars.
You would hardly have known how historic the moment was with the nonchalant way Oliver Fisher tapped in his par putt on the 18th hole at Dom Pedro Victoria Golf Course on Friday.
It wasn’t pretty. Not compared to the show he staged on Thursday. But this ain’t ice-skating; no points for aesthetics in this game, especially on a Friday afternoon.
The story of a man freed after spending 27 years in jail for a crime he did not commit resonates beyond just the world of golf.
Justin Rose is No. 1 in the world. On Friday at East Lake, he was treated like, well, No. 2.
Rory McIlroy wasn’t haven’t it. He understood the question, or perhaps more importantly, why it was asked. But he shut it done immediately.
Vintage Tiger after a far from auspicious start at East Lake in the PGA Tour Championship.