The PGA of America's 'featured groups' offering online could again be a streaming saviour for Middle East golf fans in a state of viewing flux ever since OSN jettisoned its golf coverage on April 1.
Ian Poulter has signed a sponsorship deal with DP World that will see ‘The Postman’ deliver more than mere exposure for the golf-friendly, UAE-based global seaport operator.
Muscat’s stop on the European Tour is guaranteed until at least 2022.
At the rate Brooks Koepka has won majors since June of 2017—three out of his last seven, but who’s counting—it’s not an outlandish statement to say he’ll easily double that total by the end of his career. But Koepka is aiming way higher.
Only Brooks Koepka has been better in the last three majors.
The owner of one of the more active minds in professional golf, Padraig Harrington has always been up for a good debate. Bad ones, too.
Tiger Woods is known for dropping jabs on his opponents. On Tuesday morning, John Daly came out on the business end of a Woods’ verbal haymaker.
Tiger Woods and girlfriend Erica Herman have been named in a wrongful-death lawsuit involving an employee of Woods’ Jupiter, Fla. restaurant.
Now, along with ISPS Handa, Horan’s golf management company, Modest Golf, will help turn the Northern Irish Open, a European Challenge Tour event, into a tournament for men and women players.
As many know, I’ve never been correct in picking a major champion. That’s not unusual. What’s troubling is how I plow through mountains of statistics to get the wrong answer every time.
Brandel Chamblee is absolutely right when he says that Brooks Koepka isn’t in the same class as a golfer with Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson. That’s because, right now, he’s better than all three of them.
In joining forces with Discovery’s GOLFTV, the company’s new live and on-demand video streaming service, Golf Digest now stands to reach more golfers in more ways, and in greater depth, than ever before.
The prank video is one of modern culture’s greatest contributions to art.
Justin Thomas won the 2017 PGA Championship, but he won’t be taking home the Wanamaker Trophy from Bethpage Black.
Tiger Woods will win a sixth Masters and will match Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major championships, according to a poll of 56 professional tour caddies conducted by the Caddie Network.
With the coming and going of the Masters, the major season is in full bloom. A year ago, we’d still be waiting another month for the next one. Not anymore.
Even after a pair of 65s, Matt Every still trailed Sung Kang by four shots heading into the third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson. To contend, he’d need something special on Saturday.
Just as the golf world was beginning to come off the high of Tiger Woods winning the Masters, we’re already on to the PGA Championship.