A lesson from putting guru Dave Stockton to take into the weekend.
John Feinstein talks to the evergreen Phil Mickelson.
How Ted Potter Jr. beat three of the game’s best and walked away with the title at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Popular names occupied the leader board at the outset of play on Sunday, Gary Woodland’s not among them. It’s not that he is unpopular, only that as part of a cast that included Mickelson, Fowler and Rahm, Woodland was an extra.
Baby steps. If that’s what Phil Mickelson is taking to this point in 2018, then the five-time major champion believes he’s creeping up on his goal of ending a four-plus year win streak.
It was an electric scene on moving day at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, with the threesome of Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm and Xander Schauffele feeding off the crowd’s energy and vaulting into contention. Meanwhile, a few groups behind them, Rickie Fowler didn’t have much going his way, sitting at even par on his round through 12 holes.
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.
In our biennial poll of the Best Teachers in America, Butch Harmon was the overwhelming top choice according to his instructing brethren. And with good reason.
Tiger Woods’ latest tease, O.J. Simpson’s return to golf, a WAG’s scary b-day moment & an LPGA star’s intense workout
There were impressive debuts on the course, impressive performances on the stage and there was Phil (still) being Phil after all these years...
For the second straight year, Brendan Steele entered the final round of the Safeway Open lurking a few shots off the lead, needing a low round to contend. Last season, he delivered with a seven-under 65 that erased a four-shot deficit for his second PGA Tour victory.
Chesson Hadley flirts with 59 at the Safeway Open.