The Black Knight on misconceptions regarding golfers in the gym, Tiger Woods, the Ryder Cup, and the kind of candy this nine-time major champ has been sneaking in his suitcase for years.
The Hall of Fame golfer did not mind upsetting tour pros as a TV analyst. It was all part of the job.
There was a nice symmetry to Sultan Essam Al Jassmy’s drive to mark a month until the European Tour’s season-ending DP World Tour Championship.
From winning some of golf’s biggest events to talking about them, Johnny Miller has carved out a special place in golf history.
The trial for the man charged with killing amateur golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena last month in Iowa has been scheduled for Jan. 15.
Connecticut residents can breath a bit easier these days. A serial golf ball thief has been arrested. Phew.
“Completing the 100 is a major logistics problem. You’re always juggling so many balls in the air—the schedules of different hosts and your own, tournaments, outings, renovations, weather ... for someone to do that in 12 months is absolutely amazing.”
Yes, these guys are good. But are they really that good?
The proposed limitations on green-reading materials, detailed by the ruling bodies in an announcement in July, will not be so limiting after all.
It was only an illusion, the appearance that Bernhard Langer, at 61, had begun his initial descent to age-induced mediocrity. His six-shot victory in the SAS Championship on Sunday put that notion to rest.
James Heath held his nerve to win the Golden Ball Grand Final at Al Hamra Golf Club but the priceless reward means the butterflies remain.