Tiger Woods has soared up the Official World Golf Ranking during his latest comeback. Not surprisingly, his star has (re)grown in the process.
New world No.1 Justin Thomas has a tough act to follow in Dustin Johnson, especially with pal Jordan Spieth nipping at his heels.
How golf’s best players earn their World Ranking points (and why Justin Thomas deserves being No. 1)
How the top players make the Official World Golf Rankings work for them.
Justin Thomas was 14 strokes back of Webb Simpson entering final round at the Players Championship, so victory at TPC Sawgrass wasn’t a real consideration.
Webb Simpson kept the drama at bay on Sunday and closed out a four-stroke victory in the Players Championship on the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
What would it take for Webb Simpson to NOT win Sunday at TPC Sawgrass? Only a little history.
Dustin Johnson comes to this week’s Players Championship as the World No. 1. He also knows that to stay there, he’s going to have to play better than recent form.
It may surprise you to know that only four golfers have spent more weeks at No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking since it was established in 1986 than Dustin Johnson.
Justin Thomas can become world No. 1 without even finishing in the top 10 at the Wells Fargo Championship
With the rate he’s winning tournaments, it’s hard to find a venue on the PGA Tour schedule where Justin Thomas doesn’t feel good about his chances.
World No.1 Dustin Johnson and newly minted Masters champion Patrick Reed will headline Saudi Arabia’s European Tour debut in early 2019.
The 27-year-old sits atop the 2018 U.S. Ryder Cup team standings after his Augusta National feats. With 6321 points to his name, he has locked up on a spot on the American squad...