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PGA Tour expected to announce 2019 WGC event in Memphis this Thursday; Firestone set to lose Bridgestone Invitational
One of the first dominos of the revamped 2019 PGA Tour schedule is set to fall on Thursday.
The weekend portion of the most-anticipated Masters in recent memory likely won't feature Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson in contention, but the current leader board through 36 holes will suffice.
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.
Following his 3-and-2 loss to Bubba Watson in the semifinals of the WGC-Dell Match Play on Sunday, Justin Thomas made it clear the imminent prospect of becoming the No. 1 golfer in the world—he needed to beat Bubba to make it happen—was not an excuse for the result.
Bubba Watson’s big adventure: He booms, he rolls, he laughs, he lives to face Justin Thomas on Sunday
One of the many surprising things about Bubba Watson is that when he’s in high spirits, he’s funny.
On Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Rory McIlroy looked like his old, unstoppable self, finishing off a three-shot victory with a back-nine 31 at Bay Hill for career win No. 14. Three days later, he’s 0-1 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
Our weekly pre-tournament ranking of the best bets to win at Augusta.
Golf Digest Middle East columnist Justin Parsons gives his take on Tiger Woods’ chances of overturning a five shot deficit in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational overnight. During ...
There are still three weeks until the 2018 Masters, and as we saw last spring, fate can intervene in sadistic ways between now and Thursday’s ceremonial tee shots. Did that stop us from waxing poetic on the slew of narratives heading into Augusta National? Absolutely not.
Justin Thomas is on such a roll right now that even when he finished runner-up to Phil Mickelson at last week’s WGC-Mexico Championship, he still gave golf fans the highlight of the season...