In the fall of 2015, Brooks Koepka very much wanted to make the Presidents Cup team.
Tom Watson’s St. Andrews good-bye is all the more impressive given the fight his wife wages back home
For a few brief moments on Saturday morning, the truly impossible seemed possible. It wasn’t just that Tom Watson was leading the Senior British Open a little more than five weeks prior to his 69th birthday. It was the circumstances under which he had the lead.
John Feinstein, best-selling author and Golf Digest contributing editor, has got as close to Masters champion Patrick Reed as any journalist in golf.
The PGA Tour was all set to unveil its brand new schedule for the 2018-2019 season this past week at the Players Championship. But it didn’t happen. Apparently the reason is Houston.
Rory McIlroy had the look of someone who knew he’d made a mistake but also knew, deep down, he’d have done the same thing given a second, third or fourth chance.
I am a little upset with Justin Thomas.
Fans and critics will interpret Woods’ first three starts in different ways but one thing seems hard to deny: There’s real suspense again when he tees it up.
If I’m reading my handy-dandy wrap-around calendar right, courtesy of the folks in Ponte Vedra Beach, the PGA Tour’s “regular season” is now more than one-third over, 15 of the 44 tournaments that lead to “The Playoffs” having already been contested. Never mind that my actual calendar says it’s only February.
John Feinstein talks to the evergreen Phil Mickelson.