PGA Tour

Xander Schauffele rolls some impressive numbers in Vegas and other takeways from Day 2 at Shadow Creek

Golf at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas is akin to watching a video game. Conditions are pristine with nary a blade of grass out of place and the backdrop at times jaw-dropping.

Report: Phil Mickelson returning for third iteration of ‘The Match’; Tiger Woods out

The third iteration of “The Match” is reportedly in the works. But it is missing a big, big name.
News & Tours

Houston Open becomes latest PGA Tour event to allow fans onsite

It was announced in late September that the Bermuda Championship, scheduled for the week before Houston, will also allow a limited number of general spectators.
The Gulf Club

NFL-style draft unveiled for new Saudi women’s teams event

Golf Saudi have unveiled the format, including a live NFL-style draft system, for next month’s Saudi Ladies Team International which has been tagged onto the first professional women’s event in the Kingdom.
John Feinstein

How a few big names who don’t like losing are making the PGA Tour Champions competitive again

It was a remarkable final leaderboard.
Masters 2020

Could this Augusta National rule keep Bryson DeChambeau from winning a green jacket?

During the second round of the 2019 Northern Trust, Bryson DeChambeau took an astonishing two minutes...
The Masters

Why Rory, Rickie think Shadow Creek is a good test run for Augusta National

Aesthetically pleasing as its confines may be, Shadow Creek will never be confused for Augusta National.
How to Play

Shadow Creek: How to play the exclusive venue that will host the 2020 CJ Cup

The experience of playing Shadow Creek, site for this week’s one-time playing of the PGA Tour’s CJ Cup...
Golf + COVID 19

How the PGA Tour made the one-year move of its Asian events to America work

At present, South Korea has some rather severe restrictions for incoming travellers. Any foreigner visiting...

Tony Finau withdraws from the CJ Cup

A week after testing positive for COVID-19 and missing the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, Tony Finau has withdrawn from the CJ Cup.

Dustin Johnson tests positive for COVID-19, out of CJ Cup

Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from the CJ Cup after testing positive for COVID-19.
Feats of Strength

If Matthew Fitzpatrick thinks Bryson DeChambeau is making a mockery of the game, he won’t like these crazy Kyle Berkshire videos

While Bryson has become arguably the longest hitter on the PGA Tour after gaining some 40-to-50 pounds, he is a bunter compared to the reigning World Long Drive champ.

Golf club doubles down on no hoodies rule after Tyrrell Hatton wins while wearing one

Following Hatton's BMW PGA triumph, Wearside Golf Club doubled down on its no hoodies policy.

Callaway’s new X Forged and Apex irons appeal to the better player in all of us

Callaway has a reputation for taking its time when introducing new iron models.

2023 Solheim Cup heading to Spain

For the third time in the event’s history, the Solheim Cup is heading to continental Europe.
PGA Tour

Brooks Koepka says he didn’t watch Bryson DeChambeau’s U.S. Open win and that injuries are the “whole reason I played like crap”

Brooks Koepka is making his first start in two months at this week’s CJ Cup. The appearance is a marker of sorts.

Why Bryson DeChambeau comes out ahead in this latest round of the distance debate

This past weekend at the BMW PGA Championship, Matthew Fitzpatrick was asked about Bryson DeChambeau...
Bryson Being Bryson

Bryson DeChambeau said he’s going to be hitting ‘around 2,000’ drives in preparation for the Masters

One and done. That’s how many PGA Tour starts Bryson DeChambeau will be making between his U.S. Open win...