The Open

Stunning St. Andrews sand art pays tribute to Seve Ballesteros on 10th anniversary of his death

Seve Ballesteros died 10 years ago Friday.
PGA Tour

Brooks Koepka to make first post-Masters start at next week’s AT&T Byron Nelson

The four-time major winner was included in the field list published by the PGA Tour on Friday afternoon.
Walker Cup

Tyler Strafaci scratched from Walker Cup, goes to hospital with illness

The Walker Cup had been the end goal for several months now for Tyler Strafaci, the place where the reigning U.S. Amateur champion would make his amateur swansong after an memorable nine-month stretch following his victory at Bandon Dunes.
Walker Cup

This was already the craziest run-up to any Walker Cup in recent memory, and then both teams got a stomach bug

The 2021 Walker Cup was always going to be a memorable event by virtue of its host venue, the nearly 100-year-old biennial competition being played at famed Seminole Golf Club for the first time.
PGA Tour

Bryson DeChambeau takes 2:45 a.m. flight from Dallas to make tee time in Charlotte, still goes low

PGA Tour players travel. They live out of suitcases and fly somewhere around 50 times per year. This is not news. Only, the flights usually happen between tournaments. Not during them.
The Gulf Club

Majlis greens to grow up to 40% as USGA specification rebuild begins at Emirates Golf Club

The five-month rebuild of the most recognisable greens in Middle East golf is underway. In the meantime, may we humbly suggest you brush up on your lag putting.

Rory McIlroy speaks out against Premier Golf League again, this time in harsher terms

Rory McIlroy knew the questions were coming.

The Premier Golf League hasn’t gone away, but neither have questions about its ultimate viability

The latest news from the upstart golf league that won’t go away diffused slowly throughout Quail Hollow Club on Tuesday, just barely beating the rainstorm that washed away an afternoon of practice for the Wells Fargo Championship.
News & Tours

Saudi-backed golf tour has made lucrative offers to Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and other stars, according to report

The upstart golf league that seeks to challenge the PGA Tour has progressed to the offer-making stage and hopes to be operational by 2022, according to a report from the British outlet The Telegraph.
PGA Tour

Ian Poulter’s inclusion on PGA Tour’s slow-play list elicits a very Ian Poulter-like response

Ian Poulter would like to apologise in advance to his playing partners at this week’s Wells Fargo Championship.
Golf + Coronavirus

Brendon Todd tests positive for COVID-19, withdraws from Wells Fargo Championship

He will be replaced in the field by J.J. Spaun.
Viral Videos

Watch and listen as Michael Visacki gets a Charles Schwab sponsor exemption—from Charles Schwab

For a second straight week, a video of Michael Visacki talking on the phone has people, well, talking.
John Feinstein

Mike Weir and John Daly show senior golf still provides great theater

Great golf theatre doesn’t always come at the major championships, and it doesn’t have to involve the 10 guys the PGA Tour is going to dole out $40 million to later this year for being popular.
Travelling Man

Golfer/comedian completes journey of hitting a golf ball in all 50 states in 30 days, is ready for nap

Forgive us for being somewhat late to this party, but a golfer/standup comedian named Jake Adams embarked on one of the great challenges you'll ever hear of in the month of April - hitting a golf ball in all 50 states in 30 days.

KPMG Women’s PGA Championship to limit crowd to 8,000 daily

The title sponsor and the PGA of America’s involvement has widely expanded the profile of what now is known as the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, but like so many other major sporting events, it is at the mercy of the COVID-19 pandemic.