When the PGA Tour revamped its schedule beginning with the 2018-’19 season the goal was twofold: Wrap it up before college and pro football started and create a more seamless flow of events.
Adam Scott might be eliminating the World Golf Championship events with new compact PGA Tour schedule
It’s not unheard of for a player to skip a World Golf Championship event. But Adam Scott currently is entertaining the notion that he might not play in any of the three remaining WGC events this season.
Matt Roberts/Getty Images JEJU, SOUTH KOREA – OCTOBER 22: Justin Thomas of the United States poses with the trophy after winning the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges on October 22, 2017 ...
Adam Scott was playing in the final pairing, but few paid heed
PGA Championship 2018: Adam Scott is in contention for the first time in two years, but has reasons to feel confident
Technically, Adam Scott isn’t even supposed to be here.
Brooks Koepka does not have the profile of one that coughs up 54-hole leads. However...
As they say goodbye to Firestone, PGA Tour players and fans recall good times, great winners and iconic moments.
The Open 2018: Adam Scott is calling a legend out of retirement to caddie this week, and no, it’s not Steve Williams
Adam Scott is a man in desperate need of a shot of vitality. The former No. 1 has fallen to No. 82 in the world, with just one top-10 finish in 15 PGA Tour starts...
Justin Rose’s introduction to the golf world was memorably loud one.
Every year around this time, the complaints start to trickle in.
The challenge of a U.S. Open sectional qualifier isn’t confined to the physical and mental grind of 36 holes in a single day. For some players, major champions, specifically, there is the taxing duty of stuffing your ego inside your golf bag and accepting the challenge.