A year from now, the major season will be over.
Francesco Molinari took home the claret jug. But it’s Tiger Woods that continues to move the needle.
On Sunday, Jordan Spieth will try to join Tiger Woods, Young Tom Morris and Bobby Jones as the only players to have won at least four majors before age 25. First, he’ll have to survive another night in the frat house.
Open 2018: Tiger Woods has given himself a chance. ‘It’s been a few years since I’ve felt like this’
Tiger Woods will begin the final round of the 147th Open Championship with a chance. And that’s all that this comeback has been about. A chance to play. A chance to compete. A chance to win.
On a day that featured six rounds of 66 or better at Carnoustie, including one from Tiger Woods, it was a round from another multiple major winner that stood out among them.
For one day at least, Carnoustie fell short of its reputation as the most unforgiving test on the Open rota.
The Open 2018: Adam Scott is calling a legend out of retirement to caddie this week, and no, it’s not Steve Williams
Adam Scott is a man in desperate need of a shot of vitality. The former No. 1 has fallen to No. 82 in the world, with just one top-10 finish in 15 PGA Tour starts...
Tiger Woods’ winless drought in major championships has officially passed the decade mark, something unfathomable even five years ago...
This year’s Open venue has a reputation for a reason.
This season has been a sweet ride for Andrew Landry. In his first year of full-status on the PGA Tour, the 30-year-old has logged five top-10 finishes, including a win...
The claret jug is one of golf’s ultimate and iconic prizes. What it does for the bank account ain’t too shabby, either.