Winning breeds winning. That was the mantra Jack Nicklaus operated by during the prime of his career. The trick is getting started, and there is no single road map that gets a player on the right path.
It didn’t really matter how Sunday shook out at the RBC Heritage. That Ian Poulter found himself atop the leaderboard entering the final round at Harbour Town was an impressive accomplishment.
Satoshi Kodaira, five shots in arrears of Si Woo Kim starting the day, fired a final-round 66 to erase the deficit and then won the RBC Heritage with a birdie putt of 24 feet, six inches on the third extra hole of a playoff with Kim.
As we saw at the Masters, the PGA Tour has a surplus of young, talented stars, many of whom have already notched wins this season...
Patrick Reed’s victory at the 2018 Masters etched him into golf’s history books. But how familiar are you with the year’s first major champion?
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.
Since its introduction in 1997, the PGA Tour’s “These Guys Are Good” slogan has been one of the most recognizable advertising taglines in sports. It’s also a motto you won’t hear anymore...
A plane crashed on Monday night at TPC Scottsdale. According to Arizona authorities, six perished in the accident, with no survivors.
Battle of the Sexes: Jordan event set to pit LET women against Challenge Tour men and European Seniors stars
The European Tour has led the scramble to spice up professional golf’s staple diet of 72-hole strokeplay events with innovative formats and a new event planned for the Middle East might just be the most interesting yet.
Golf Digest Middle East columnist Justin Parsons flew into Texas on Sunday to help Peter Uihlein prepare for the Houston Open. The PGA Tour rookie needs victory to punch a late ticket to Augusta National.
The PGA Tour event serves as one final tune-up prior to the season’s first major with the winner earning the last spot in the Masters field, provided he isn’t in already.