Presidents Cup 2019: Why the U.S. team is already off to a rocky start

In a piece like this, the disclaimer belongs at the beginning: The history of the Presidents Cup has been a history of American domination, to the tune of 11 victories, one draw, and only one loss in 12 instalments, a superlative (and a little absurd) stretch that spans 25 years.
Presidents Cup

Cameron Smith calls out Patrick Reed’s response to rules violation

Patrick Reed’s rules imbroglio has caught the attention of his Presidents Cup opponents.

VIDEO: Backswing Takeaways

If you have been watching coverage of tour events recently, you may have seen a number of professionals practising with a similar set-up to the one pictured...
Presidents Cup

What the Internationals’ stunning (and lone) win in 1998 meant then and now

Such a lopsided loss is awfully humbling, and that’s what the Americans had to countenance as the sunset Dec. 13, 1998 at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia, the third Presidents Cup becoming known as the “Massacre in Melbourne.”
European Tour

Matt Jones survives adventure on the 18th hole to win the Australian Open

He did it the hard way, but Matt Jones got it done. Just.
PGA Tour

Henrik Stenson, the master of the comeback, wins for the first time in more than two years

Everybody likes a good comeback story. And Henrik Stenson is a man of comebacks, all shapes and sizes.
Tiger Watch

Tiger Woods’ run stalls on the back nine, finishes fourth at Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods hit his first nine fairways on Saturday. He missed the 10th, and it cost him dearly.

Patrick Reed’s rules miscue gives fans ‘pretty good ammo’ at the Presidents Cup next week

A day after Patrick Reed was hit with a two-stroke penalty for improving his lie in a bunker during the third round of the Hero World Challenge, bunkergate remained a hot topic.
Golf Jokes

Tiger Woods trolls Justin Thomas with hilarious first-tee Hero World Challenge announcement

On Saturday, Tiger got back at JT with some well-thought-out humour.
Presidents Cup

Presidents Cup 2019: A warning from a former European Ryder Cup captain to the Americans as they head to Australia

Paul McGinley knows a few things about beating Americans in team events. And nothing at all about losing.
PGA Tour

Henrik Stenson’s tap-in eagle gives him a one-stroke victory, while Tiger Woods slips to fourth

Henrik Stenson busted out from a leader board logjam with a tap-in eagle at 15 and went on to win the Hero World Challenge on Saturday, his first victory of any sort in more than two years.
The Gulf Club

Bryson ‘Hulk’ DeChambeau, already 11kg heavier and struggling with his new physicality, hopes to be right for Desert Swing

They are already calling him ‘The Hulk’ but reigning Omega Dubai Desert Classic champion Bryson DeChambeau says he intends to keep on bulking until his body and golf swing can’t take it any further.

Patrick Reed denies cheating after being hit with two-stroke penalty at Hero World Challenge

Patrick Reed has endured his share of controversies over the years, and on Friday he found himself at the centre of another at the Hero World Challenge.
PGA Tour

Tiger Woods shoots third-round 67 at Hero, sits two off the lead

Whereas Thursday’s round was an exhibition of scoring prowess, Woods missed a number of makable birdie putts on Friday. To still shoot 67 speaks to how well Woods struck the ball.
PGA Tour

Gary Woodland is looking ahead…to the final round of the Hero World Challenge

Gary Woodland is headed to Australia next week, too. It will be his first Presidents Cup. But first thing’s first.
PGA Tour

Gary Woodland leads Henrik Stenson by one at the Hero World Challenge as Tiger lurks

Between a charge from Tiger Woods and a rules controversy involving playing partner Patrick Reed, it’s a miracle Gary Woodland was able to stay focused on Friday at the Hero World Challenge.
Tiger Watch

Tiger Woods shoots bogey-free 66 to climb leader board at Hero World Challenge

After Wednesday’s opening-round 72, one could hardly blame Tiger Woods for concluding that winning might not be in the plans this week at the Hero World Challenge.
PGA Tour

Rickie Fowler shows no rust from his hiatus that began with his wedding

t’s been more than three months since Rickie Fowler played in a tournament. Not that you’d know it judging by his first two rounds of the Hero World Challenge, where he shot a second-straight 69 on Thursday to sit in a tie for fifth just six strokes back of leader Patrick Reed.