In contrast to Tuesday’s announcement of the first three captain’s picks for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, there was far more suspense heading into the reveal of Europe’s four wildcards picks on Wednesday.
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!
The PGA Tour’s regular-season finale has its own unique set of winners and losers. Here’s a look at a handful of the harrowing—and heartbreaking—stories.
This year’s Open venue has a reputation for a reason.
The Open Championship returns to Carnoustie Golf Links this year for its eighth hosting of the event. While all courses in the Open Championship rota...
After a U.S. Open in which no one finished at par or better for the week, golf fans can probably expect similar carnage to continue at Carnoustie.
Justin Rose’s introduction to the golf world was memorably loud one.
Sergio Garcia was part of the carnage during that infamous final round at the 2004 U.S. Open, shooting a Sunday 80 to fall out of contention. But that did nothing to change his high opinion of Shinnecock Hills.
It is no great revelation to suggest that some things, particularly in golf, are confusing, a contradiction in terms, a breakdown of the natural order, intellectual and emotional chaos. For instance, U.S. Open parking.
These guys aren’t among the favourites this week at Shinnecock Hills—surprisingly in some cases—but under the right circumstances, they could all find themselves in contention come Sunday.
Sergio Garcia chooses soccer over golf, a tour pro’s savvy tweet at Tiger Woods and Thomas Pieters’ crazy club snap
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we’re happy professional golf isn’t as predictable as professional basketball. The Golden State Warriors will play the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals...