Tiger Woods appears a bit more ready to take it on. Elements and all.
The Open Championship boasts about its global footprint but don't expect the greatest golf show on earth to go on the road outside the current 10-course rota anytime soon.
In a wide-ranging interview on the eve of the 148th Open Championship, Player shares memories from his three wins in the oldest major, shares his tips for Royal Portrush this week...
Tiger Woods accomplished his goal, winning the Masters in April for his 15th career major championship and first in over a decade. The price has proven to be a steep one, though.
If you already liked McIlroy’s chances this week (he is the favourite after all), then you really like them after watching this.
Actually, the score was wrong. It was even worse than that.
Woods has been playing the TaylorMade M5 since the Farmers Insurance Open in January.
The 2019 Open Championship is the rare golf tournament where Tiger Woods might not be the biggest story.
Perhaps the “hard reset” could be exactly what Mickelson needs to snap out of this late-season funk.
Justin Rose is one of the Open Championship favourites, entering the week at Royal Portrush. Given his comments Tuesday at the final major of the season, you mightn't be so confident.
1-2-1-2. There are only a handful of people who have matched Brooks Koepka’s grand-slam rhythm of late. Fred Astaire comes to mind. Gene Kelly, maybe.
In professional golf, focusing on your swing and focusing on your score are two vastly different propositions. At times, even, they can be mutually exclusive. Welcome to Jordan Spieth’s world, at least of late.
By his admission, Justin Thomas hasn’t golfed his ball with distinction in any of his previous visits to the Open Championship.
Meet the man, and high definition technology, behind a UAE-inspired golf course guide app with global ambitions
To the uninformed, a walk down High Street, the main drag lined with shops, cafes and pubs, offers few clues that one of golf’s biggest stars was born and raised in this seaside town of 12,000.
It’s a week that has been 68 years in the making.
For the second straight day, Woods went all 18 holes.
Nearly 70 years after first hosting The Open, Northern Ireland’s fabled Dunluce Links have undergone a majestic makeover for this month’s much-anticipated encore