The scene was remarkably unremarkable, considering the circus that usually encircles him. Tiger Woods worked his way through a bucket at East Lake Tuesday afternoon in relative solitude.
Unless there’s some kind of delay, the PGA Tour is expected to announce a new format for the FedExCup playoffs this week.
We offer up a few candidates including one notable flyer (Phil Mickelson, anyone?)
In case you missed it, yesterday evening kung-fu sensei, John Travolta School of Dance graduate, and off-duty regional sales manager Phil Mickelson were announced by Captain Picard...
Phil Mickelson is on the verge of doing something statistically he’s never done in his PGA Tour career
Phil Mickelson will play in a record 12th Ryder Cup later this month, but it will mark the first time the five-time major champ has needed to be a captain’s pick to make the U.S. squad.
Most years, there is some suspense when the Ryder Cup captains announce their choices to round out their rosters. Not so this time—especially on the American side.
Foregone conclusions don’t make for compelling viewing in sports, and no conclusion was more foregone than Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau receiving three of the four captain’s picks to the U.S. Ryder Cup team on Tuesday.
The Ryder Cup captain’s picks Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn really need to make (and the ones they don’t)
Ryder Cups of the 21st century come with months of debate and hot takes, but this week, something concrete is finally going to happen: The captains are picking!
Under the previous U.S. Ryder Cup system, when the top 10 players in the points standings qualified and there were just two captain’s picks, Phil Mickelson would have already been on this year’s team.
Phil Mickelson joins Twitter, Bryson DeChambeau (probably) joins the Ryder Cup, and a WAGs meme goes viral
For years, we waited for Phil Mickelson to join Twitter, hoping this King of Content would arm himself with another platform to share his antics. And when that day finally arrived, it was glorious. At least, initially.
How Bryson DeChambeau joined Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in an exclusive club with latest win
With a second marquee win of the PGA Tour season at the Northern Trust on Sunday, Bryson DeChambeau took a big step toward making the U.S. Ryder Cup team next month. He also joined quite an exclusive club.