By Luke Kerr-Dineen There’s been lots going on this golf season. So much that at times it’s hard to know, exactly, what to focus on. Tiger Woods is back (perhaps you’ve ...
Henrik Stenson put forth one of the greatest performances in golf history at the 2016 Open Championship. Two years later, he’s just “hoping” to play in the sport’s oldest major.
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.
After a U.S. Open in which no one finished at par or better for the week, golf fans can probably expect similar carnage to continue at Carnoustie.
There’s nothing that golf fans and golf media love quite as much as a complete and utter no-name winning one of golf’s major championships …
Earlier this year Bryson DeChambeau had a lower back problem that forced him to withdraw from the Valspar Championship. It turned out to be a good decision when...
Only once outside the top 10 in his six most recent visits to Wentworth for the BMW PGA Championship, Francesco Molinari’s penchant for the tree-lined course they call the Burma Road has never been in doubt.
Audemars Piguet latest golf day in Orlando, Florida was an experience on a whole different level.
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 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.
Tiger Woods ended his day with a low fist pump that he held for an extra few seconds. He was savouring the birdie putt he sank at the 18th hole at Bay Hill Club and what it meant.