Fresh off looping for Tiger Woods during that memorable final-round charge at the PGA Championship, Joe LaCava was a guest Wednesday on ESPN’s Golic and Wingo. His revelation was crazy.
Tiger Woods’ next move, Ryder Cup implications and POY race: 7 things to watch during the FedEx Cup Playoffs
There’s always a post-Wanamaker depression that sets in after the PGA Championship, the reality sinking in that the next major is some 250 days away in the spring.
In the nascent stages of his latest comeback, Tiger Woods said he was entertaining the idea as serving as a playing vice-captain at this year’s Ryder Cup. It made for a nice headline, but even the staunchest Tiger fans could agree that seemed ambitious.
Tiger Woods turns heads, Brooks Koepka’s ridiculous major stat, and the new bane of golf fans’ existence
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where after a couple night’s sleep — and a couple consultations with therapists — we’re finally at peace with Tiger Woods not winning the 100th PGA Championship.
Before Tiger Woods flashed glimpses of his former self at the Hero World Challenge in December, he urged everyone he’d be taking it slow in this latest comeback. Eight months later, the oddsmakers have listed him at 5/1 to win a 15th major in 2019, and 12/1 that it happens at Augusta. Life moves fast.
Sometimes life gets in the way of sports. Just ask Rafael Nadal, who had to deal with a pesky Rogers Cup final interrupting Tiger’s epic performance at Bellerive on Sunday.
Tiger Woods’ ex-caddy Steve Williams predicted Brooks Koepka’s greatness long ago with this money quote
(Montana Pritchard/PGA of America) By Alex Myers You may have predicted a big week for Brooks Koepka at Bellerive Country Club. Heck, you may have even picked him to win the ...
Brooks Koepka does not care what you think about him.
Somebody won the 100th PGA Championship and maybe we’ll write his name before we get done here, or maybe not. The only story is Tiger.
History will show that Tiger Woods was the second-best player at Bellerive. But in terms of electricity, drama, emotion, you name it, not even Brooks Koepka could rival the 42-year-old Woods.
It’s tough to ever say someone should have won a golf tournament, but at the risk of arming Brooks Koepka with more “I get no respect” ammo, Tiger Woods probably should have won the 100th PGA Championship.