Phil Mickelson is riding a streak of four straight top-10 finishes, capped by his Sunday victory at the WGC-Mexico Championship. It’s worth noting that last time Lefty had such a run was back in 2005…
Shubhankar Sharma failed to bring home the WGC-Mexico Championship following his breakout performance at Chapultepec. But the 21-year-old received something far better than a trophy.
I am a little upset with Justin Thomas.
The Barnum and Bailey Circus closed last year. But the greatest show on Earth remains alive and well.
Phil Mickelson's hall of fame short game propelled him to victory, including the putter he used to win the Open Championship.
Phil Mickelson blew off Shubhanker Sharma thinking he was a reporter — before realizing he’s the guy leading the tournament
Most golf fans are getting to know Shubhanker Sharma for the first time at this week’s WGC-Mexico Championship, but Phil Mickelson actually met the rising star on Saturday. He just had no clue who he was. At least, at first.
Shubhankar Sharma takes two-stroke lead into final round of his PGA Tour debut at the WGC-Mexico Championship
In his PGA Tour debut, Shubhankar Sharma is one more solid round away from capturing the biggest victory in his country’s golfing history.
This Spanish announcer’s call of Ross Fisher’s hole-in-one is the best thing you’ll hear all week, and possibly all year
Much like last year at the WGC-Mexico Championship, there’s been plenty of fireworks so far this week at Club de Golf Chapultepec.
A victory this week would give world No.1 Dustin Johnsin six WGCs in his career, second to only Tiger Woods, who has won 18.
Tiger Woods’ ‘message’ to Justin Thomas, the USGA’s stunning reveal, and Larry Fitzgerald’s handicap gets questioned again
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we are happy to be back to rearranging our weekend schedules around Tiger Woods’ tee times.
A top-five finish at this week’s Genesis Open would likely secure Cameron Smith a spot in the WGC-Mexico Championship later this month. It would also go a long way toward securing a spot in the Masters.