A lot has changed since Tiger Woods last played at Riviera.
Ryder Cup legend and two-time Masters champion José María Olazábal and eccentric American Bryson DeChambeau will join the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship’s “Magnificent Seven” in the chase for the famed Falcon trophy.
This video of Bryson DeChambeau using a left-handed club to hit a right-handed shot is mighty impressive
We’ve seen Bryson DeChambeau show off his ball-striking skills as a lefty before, but it never gets less impressive. Neither does the fact that the rising PGA Tour star...
Grayson Murray enjoyed a successful rookie campaign in 2017, winning the Barbasol Championship and reaching the third stage of the FedEx Cup playoffs.
An epic Presidents Cup (press conference), Tiger Woods’ new girlfriend, and Team USA PDA on full display
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we have the perfect solution for the Presidents Cup after the Americans’ latest lopsided victory...
Ever since Bryson DeChambeau made his mark on the golf landscape in 2015 with his U.S. Amateur and NCAA titles, he has been one of the most intriguing figures in golf.
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For all of the unorthodox practices that Bryson DeChambeau employs—and which have brought him acclaim and antipathy—his victory Sunday in the John Deere Classic
Bryson DeChambeau won his first PGA Tour event with a Sunday charge at the John Deere Classic that culminated with a final-nine 30 to give him a 65 and one-stroke win when Patrick Rodgers bogeyed the 71st hole.
Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Rodgers were two of the top amateur players in recent memory, both of whom brought lofty expectations to the PGA Tour.
Patrick Rodgers’ career at Stanford University included 11 victories, something only Tiger Woods had accomplished before. Rodgers won the 2014 Ben Hogan Award and held the No. 1 spot on the ...