They say its often better to be lucky than good in golf and Richard P. Turner certainly can't argue with that.
Though we are quick to scrutinise the results, Tiger Woods' latest comeback is a process in discovery, trying to understand his limitations and comfortability following his fourth back surgery.
(Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images) By Luke Kerr-Dineen It’s a Ryder Cup year which means—right on cue!—the U.S. team’s best putter is going through the worst putting slump of his career. ...
Tiger Woods is still hoping to make the Ryder Cup team as a player. But he’ll be in Paris this fall no matter what.
After serving as a last-minute assistant captain for the United State at the Ryder Cup two years ago, Bubba Watson said he is motivated to be back for this year’s matches in France.
Thomas Bjørn’s buildup to the European Tour’s newest stop has been nothing if not emotional.
Thomas Bjørn has featured in seven Ryder Cups – three victorious times as a player and four as a vice-captain – and now the Dane, 47 this month, has the reins as captain.
Tiger Woods makes it clear to his competitors that there won’t be much chit-chatting during “winning time”
Classic Tiger: “Hey, I’m trying to win a tournament. I’m sure they feel the same way. But, hey. . . it’s winning time.”
The prospective American squad for the 2018 Ryder Cup has already been hyped as the most talented crew in United States history. And that was omitting a certain 14-time major winner from the mix. But according to the man himself, he hasn’t ruled out the possibility.
Jamie Donaldson went to bed with the lead in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic but Rory McIlroy will wake early poised to relieve the Welshman of pole position.
Not long after Tommy Fleetwood’s repeat victory in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, claimed on the same day that Jon Rahm won at the CareerBuilder Challenge...