From the moment Patrick Reed declared himself a top five player in the world after his victory at Doral in 2014 (and likely before that, too), it’s been Reed vs. The World.
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.
There might be a few misguided souls that question the relevance and attraction of Tiger Woods in 2018. But they sure aren’t advertisers.
Tiger Woods didn’t quite “one-up” Phil Mickelson by winning the Valspar Championship like his longtime lefty rival suggested earlier in the week.
Following a stint as a commentator at the Winter Olympics, David Feherty will be back inside the ropes this week as golf gears up for the Masters. Here's the Golf Channel funnyman's state of the golfing nation in the run-up to Augusta National.
Justin Leonard won 12 times during his PGA Tour career, highlighted by his triumph at the 1997 Open Championship. For his efforts, Leonard pulled in a whopping $33.8 million in earnings. While that’s quite the haul, he may earn half of that with a house sale.
Give Brandel Chamblee just two minutes with Tiger and promises the Big Cat's driving woes will be gone.
Earlier this year, Brandel Chamblee estimated he’s blocked 20,000(!) people on Twitter. On Tuesday, the Golf Channel analyst added to that total -- and showed even major champs aren’t immune from his serial social media shielding.
Thomas reigns, Garcia wins his own event, and a rules snafu for the ages: What you missed this weekend
Welcome to the Dew Sweeper, your one-stop shop to catch up on the weekend action from the golf world. From the professional tours, trending news, social media headlines...
Justin Thomas, exhausted and elated—and still excelling—had just defeated Australia’s Marc Leishman in a sudden-death playoff to win the inaugural CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges...
Tiger Woods does not give up much regarding progress he’s making in his rehabilitation from back surgery. He Tweets a pitch here, an iron shot there, and, yesterday...