A recent addition to the platform is “Chronicles of a Champion Golfer,” and if you haven’t already, you should definitely start binge-watching ahead of the Open Championship later this month.
That crazy story about Ernie Els wrestling Steve Marino on his private jet? Yeah, Els says it’s true
What you know about Ernie Els depends on the circles you travel.
For the first time in more than half a century, a South African has won the British Amateur championship.
Ernie Els on the new Royal Greens Golf & Country Club, Saudi Arabia's instant elevation to European Tour status and taming Tiger at next year's Presidents Cup.
U.S. Open 2018: USGA stands by decision to not grant Retief Goosen a special exemption at Shinnecock
The U.S. Open will begin Thursday morning at Shinnecock Hills with two past champions, Ernie Els and Jim Furyk, teeing it up thanks to special exemptions given to them by the United States Golf Association.
Justin Parsons at Shinnecock: Tiger adds buzz but now I’ve seen Bubba, he might be the ultimate golfing artist
Dubai-based coach Justin Parsons reports in from the 118th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills.
Somewhere in the recesses of that steel-trap mind of his, Tiger Woods had to know he was capable of this. He had to know that if he could return to competitive golf, he would return to being competitive.
The re-emergence of Tiger Woods as a competitive force has been met with enthusiastic approval in just about all corners. Surprisingly, perhaps, one of his biggest cheerleaders is one of his longtime foes, Ernie Els.
It was Father’s Day 2017, and Ernie Els had just finished his fourth round at Erin Hills, the 90th of his U.S. Open career, fully aware that it might just have been his last.
Tiger Woods, Ernie Els named Presidents Cup captains, one of whom is interested in being a playing captain
A wild-card pick by captain Fred Couples in the 2011 Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods validated his inclusion on the U.S. team by capturing the clinching point at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia.
Tiger Woods has already entertained the idea of player-assistant captain for this year’s Ryder Cup. The same could soon be said for the 2019 Presidents Cup, albeit without “assistant” in the title.