It was like old times on Saturday as golf fans flocked to their couches to watch weekend coverage of Tiger Woods. But as much as the 14-time major champ provided flashbacks of his old form, there was something missing. Someone, to be exact.
The Barnum and Bailey Circus closed last year. But the greatest show on Earth remains alive and well.
The Open Championship, especially when conducted in Scotland, is notorious for the weather factoring into the contest. But we doubt this year’s field will face anything this extreme.
John Feinstein talks to the evergreen Phil Mickelson.
The R&A finally made official on Monday what everyone basically understood: the Open Championship will return to the Old Course at St. Andrews in 2021 as part of the celebration of the championship’s 150th playing.
By Shane Ryan By now you’ve probably absorbed the backlash to tour pro J.B. Holmes’ four-minute, 10-second delay last Sunday on the 18th hole at the Farmers Insurance Open. The stoppage ...
Henrik Stenson hopes that his strong EurAsia Cup finish helps him to prove 13 is not an unlucky number at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
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.
After more than 24 years together, the business divorce of former world No.1 Lee Westwood and manager Chubby Chandler is official.
This time he was all smiles, almost a grimace-free zone. One week on from being told to “grow up” and labelled “a disgrace” by former European Tour professional Gary Evans, Tyrrell Hatton strolled to victory—for the second straight year—in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St. Andrews.
Jordan Spieth’s legend grows, chugging from the claret jug, and Britain’s biggest edge over the U.S.
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we’re honored to have been up close for such an epic battle. One man looked to have the clear edge...