In the nascent stages of his latest comeback, Tiger Woods said he was entertaining the idea as serving as a playing vice-captain at this year’s Ryder Cup. It made for a nice headline, but even the staunchest Tiger fans could agree that seemed ambitious.
Brooks Koepka claimed more than the Wanamaker Trophy with his PGA Championship win on Sunday at Bellerive.
PGA Championship 2018: U.S. captain Furyk to get a closeup view of Ryder Cup candidates Schauffele, Finau — he’s playing with them
Jim Furyk didn’t ask for the pairing. Neither did Xander Schauffele or Tony Finau.
All in all, a masterclass from a master politician.
Tiger Woods’ T-4 showing at the Quicken Loans National was a great tune-up for Carnoustie and also moved him closer to playing in France this fall.
Alex Noren sneaks off with French Open title after the 2018 Ryder Cup course beats up final twosomes
Alex Noren has won his 11th career European Tour title at the French Open.
Before the French Open started on Thursday, if you had asked any player in the field if they would take four pars for the week on Le Golf National’s 18th hole, 99.9-percent of them would have said yes.
Watch Ian Poulter and his caddie’s fascinating conversation before Poulter pulls off a gutsy shot at French Open
Nothing in golf makes avid fans geek out quite like a great caddie-player conversation. All you have to do is look back to this year’s Masters, when there...
Having earlier appointed Robert Karlsson as the first of his vice captains for the 42nd Ryder Cup, European skipper Thomas Bjorn has added four more experienced individuals to his backroom staff.
John Feinstein, best-selling author and Golf Digest contributing editor, has got as close to Masters champion Patrick Reed as any journalist in golf.
“This has got way out of hand!” were the only words Stephen Atkinson could get out of his mouth as he opened the door to be confronted by Thomas Bjorn and the Ryder Cup.