To the network’s credit, they later corrected the mistake.
Avert. Your. Eyes.
Jordan Spieth’s career Grand Slam chances vanished with an ugly — and unusual — triple bogey on Saturday at the PGA Championship. Well, at least his chances at completing it this year.
The Wanamaker Trophy is one of the biggest trophies in golf. What winning it does to the back account ain’t small, either.
Along with the Sunday red, the balky back and the fire hydrant, another part of the Tiger Woods mythology is that all 14 of his major championships have come when he’s held the lead outright or a share of it heading into the final round.
Playing in the final group at a major on a weekend for the first time, Gary Woodland overcame a not-so-surprising shaky start on Saturday at the PGA Championship. However, he came undone on a surprising occurrence on the 10th hole.
For much of his third round on Saturday at Bellerive, Brooks Koepka appeared as though he would run away with the 100th PGA Championship, holing birdie after birdie en route to a front-nine 30.
Technically, Adam Scott isn’t even supposed to be here.
Brooks Koepka does not have the profile of one that coughs up 54-hole leads. However...
Tiger Woods charging up the leader board and into contention. It’s such a familiar feeling, like the movie you’ve seen 100 times but still stop to watch. You know the outcome, but you don’t care.
In the aftermath of his second consecutive U.S. Open victory in June, Brooks Koepka was asked a stunningly ridiculous question about how the achievement “affected his legacy.” At 28, he has barely started to build a career, let alone a legacy.