Mackenzie Hughes was having lunch near Tiger Woods in the locker room at Bay Hill earlier this year. The 27-year-old third-year tour player was too chicken to say hello to the 14-time major winner.
Within an hour of winning the 2016 Tour Championship and the $10 million bonus for the FedEx Cup title, Rory McIlroy learned that Arnold Palmer, the man who had most contributed to making today’s golf riches possible, had died.
The last time Rory McIlroy won on the PGA Tour, he did it in scintillating fashion, shooting a back-nine 30 at East Lake and eventually winning the Tour Championship in a playoff over Kevin Chappell.
Tiger Woods had quite the adventurous fifth hole at Bay Hill on Sunday. First, the 14-time major champion took a big-time rip with his driver—not opting to play it safe on the dogleg left 390-yard par 4—and instead of taking it over the trees off the tee.
Golf Digest Middle East columnist Justin Parsons gives his take on Tiger Woods’ chances of overturning a five shot deficit in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational overnight. During ...
The golf world has been enthralled with a certain someone’s comeback this season, but another comeback of sorts is brewing through 54 holes at Bay Hill.
For a second straight year, golfers at the Arnold Palmer Invitational participated in a driving range salute to The King. But this time, there was a twist. Literally.
The PGA Tour makes its second-to-last stop of the season in Florida this week for the Arnold Palmer Invitational, held at Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando.
Tiger Woods gave us the moment we have long sought at the Valspar Championship, and his performance has made the wildest fantasy—winning the Masters for the fifth time—seem real.
Tiger Woods will tee it up this week in the comfortable confines of Bay Hill, a course where he’s won eight times. But he’ll also be in a familiar position in Vegas: at the top of the betting board.