What would it take for Webb Simpson to NOT win Sunday at TPC Sawgrass? Only a little history.
It is easy to forget sometimes that Jason Day is only 30.
Jason Day is having statistically the best putting season ever, and yet, Phil Mickelson(?!) isn’t far behind
Jason Day didn’t need to make that eight-footer for par on the final hole of the Wells Fargo Championship on Sunday, but that he did anyway was no surprise.
Weekend recap: Day prevails, Tiger and Phil together at Players, Bill Murray doing Bill Murray things and another rules snafu
The Green Mile is supposed to be one of the toughest stretches on tour. Jason Day made it look as difficult as your local putt-putt.
There is a moment in every surprise win when a slight shift of fortune expands the realm of the possible and a competitive round of golf changes from something agonizingly nervous...
If you haven’t noticed by now, Jason Day tends to play his best golf on some of the toughest venues on tour, having earned hard-fought victories at courses like Torrey Pines and TPC Sawgrass.
Jason Day had a bunch of different clubs in the bag since his last win, even though that was only three months ago at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Jason Day heads into the final round with the seventh 54-hole lead of his career, and he’s converted on five of his first six. It’s a position he feels very comfortable with.
Tiger Woods has committed to his first post-Masters tournament, entering next week’s Wells Fargo Championship.
Masters 2018: Jim Nantz says this year is the most anticipated tournament in his 33-year broadcasting at Augusta
Jim Nantz’s victory calls are things of poetic embellishment, but the man himself is a voice of reason. Thus, there is no need to take the following with a grain of salt: the broadcaster says the 2018 Masters is shaping up to be a tournament unlike any other.
It’s one of the great mysteries of golf, and one of the great debates: What sort of personality lends itself to success in match play golf?