By Luke Kerr-Dineen There’s been lots going on this golf season. So much that at times it’s hard to know, exactly, what to focus on. Tiger Woods is back (perhaps you’ve ...
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.
Webb Simpson talks about his equipment, the anchor ban and the last club he bought with his own money
Whether it be five metal woods, an iron set starting at the 5-iron or the Arm-Lock style of putting he employed, Webb Simpson’s sticks certainly weren’t aren't the norm.
Rare is the scenario in which you can confidently say a golfer should win a certain PGA Tour event.
Webb Simpson's caddy Paul Tesori convinced his boss to take a punt. It had a happy ending but was touch and go.
Arm-anchorers on tour are still few and far between but maybe that trend will change after Webb Simpson's Players Championship victory.
How golf’s best players earn their World Ranking points (and why Justin Thomas deserves being No. 1)
How the top players make the Official World Golf Rankings work for them.
Here’s a breakdown for all those who made the cut at TPC Sawgrass.
Patience, family help Webb Simpson handle tough times and come out on top at the Players Championship.
Watching Webb Simpson finish off the field at the 2018 Players Championship on Sunday with his putter placed firmly up against his forearm, I can’t help but wonder if there’s a similar trend emerging in golf.
Webb Simpson kept the drama at bay on Sunday and closed out a four-stroke victory in the Players Championship on the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.