As much as Brooks Koepka has achieved over the past few years there was one particularly big hole left to fill on his résumé. And it’s not a Masters title.
Sometimes genuine analysis and perspective means looking beyond the obvious.
Chris Condon/Getty Images Dustin Johnson looks over a putt on the third hole during the final round of The Northern Trust. By Alex Myers Dustin Johnson became the latest former World No. ...
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Asked to describe his younger brother, Matt Fitzpatrick displays the sort of eye-roll-laden, fraternal affection only a long-suffering older sibling can muster.
Despite winning four PGA Tour events and ascending into the top 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking in his nearly 26 years on Earth, incredibly, Xander Schauffele had never made a hole-in-one.
The PGA Tour is set to implement a new driver testing protocol for the upcoming 2019-’20 season.
Nearly four months after winning the U.S. Women’s Open at the Country Club of Charleston, Jeongeun Lee6 relived the moment in a unique way on Wednesday when she returned to her native South Korea to take part in what was billed as the first Women’s Open trophy tour of the country.
To the victor of the Masters, go the spoils. And keep going the spoils, apparently.
Every shot counts is a consistent refrain you hear in golf, particularly when talking about the pro game.
Control the distance of your greenside bunker shots
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A steak house seems a fitting venue at which to address an old beef, and Nathaniel Crosby had one. It had festered for a while, though time had eroded its sharper edges...
They made for an unlikely quintet—World Rankings of 2, 287, 300, 513 and 735—but it was that sort of day “up the mountain” in the final round of the Omega European Masters.
Short’s previous victory came four years, 11 months and 25 days earlier at the 2014 Quebec Championship.
Just when it looked like a budding young star was about to win the Cambia Portland Classic, another budding young star stole the title.
Not only does McIlroy’s victory at East Lake not appear to have worn him out physically, it appears it might have awakened the inner-competitor in the four-time major champion.