Golf's return to the Olympics was generally well-received in 2016, although some took issue with the lack of creativity surrounding the format and competition.
As Tiger Woods’ latest comeback continues to pick up steam, his Official World Golf Ranking keeps making big strides as well. Following Sunday’s runner-up at the Valspar Championship...
A season after winning five times and being named the PGA Tour player of the year, Justin Thomas might end up with an encore that’s even better. Time will tell.
Graeme McDowell re-filling ‘the confidence tank,’ is only two back in Genesis Open in bid for first win since 2015
Graeme McDowell has gone 59 worldwide starts without a win and fallen to 219th in the Official World Golf Ranking, numbers that have him perilously close to whatever-happened-to-so-and-so territory.
Dustin Johnson didn’t win for a third time at Pebble Beach on Sunday, but he did enough to remain No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking when it came out on Monday. That in itself wasn’t particularly newsworthy, but it gave DJ a pretty special OWGR anniversary.
Dustin Johnson doesn’t usually sweat the small stuff. But what about something relatively big—like losing his No. 1 spot on the World Ranking?
A year ago, Jon Rahm was the 137th-ranked player in the world. With a successful title defense at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open, he will move to No. 1 in just 44 starts. Crazy, right?
The wins have stopped piling up for Phil Mickelson since his 2013 Open Championship triumph, but the ability to play world-class golf certainly hasn’t left Lefty.
The humble Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Golf Tour continues to box well above its weight after securing a start for its moneylist winner in one of the PGA Tour’s ...
A new stop in Thailand that will become the tour’s first 72-hole event and a new Moroccan venue for next month’s qualifying school headline the provisional 15-tournament schedule for the 7th ...