(Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images) By Joel Beall It appears the most electrifying man in golf is returning to the states. Ho-sung Choi, whose eccentric swing and demonstrative demeanour turned the ...
While Phil Mickelson was touting a resurgence in his clubhead speed as one of his keys to his victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, there may be another less overt element to his newfound fountain of youth. The three lines on his golf ball might be making his eyes work better.
Our man ranks Lefty's lofty standing in the game.
One can imagine the entire golf world swooning if Mickelson puts a fairy-tale-like cherry on top of his career in June by wrapping up the career Grand Slam he’s been chasing since his Open Championship victory at Muirfield in 2013.
There was drama to the end Sunday at Pebble Beach Golf Links, even though nothing was settled.
Lefty leads Paul Casey by three with two holes remaining but will have to come back Monday to seal Pebble Beach title
There is good news and bad news for Phil Mickelson at Pebble Beach Golf Links on Sunday.
Bad weather, soft conditions keep players from getting much local knowledge at Pebble ahead of the U.S. Open
The lone piece of useful information gleaned from the visit to the Monterey Peninsula was the overall look of the golf course.
As a former Miss America winner, Kira Kazantsev is used to showing off her skills in front of large audiences.
Phil Mickelson will play in the final group for the second time in three starts, trails Paul Casey by three
If anyone thought Phil Mickelson would begin to fade as he closes in on 50, he’s showing no signs of it in 2019.
Ho-Sung Choi was so excited to talk to the media Tuesday afternoon at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am that he ran from the player hospitality tent to the media centre, a lengthy jaunt when he could have just waited for a shuttle ride.
One of golf's (suddenly) iconic swings will grace one of the game's most iconic venues in February. Ho-sung Choi is coming to Pebble Beach to make his PGA Tour debut. Try to stay calm, people.
How Ted Potter Jr. beat three of the game’s best and walked away with the title at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
How Jason Day scraped it into the clubhouse on Sunday at Pebble Beach—making an all-world par 5 on the home hole—is worth a pat on the back as well as a second look.
Dustin Johnson, not unexpectedly, soon was alone at the top of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am leader board on Saturday, when entirely unexpectedly a relatively obscure interloper overtook him.
As the face of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Bill Murray draws his share of critics. Here’s why they’re wrong
Rory McIlroy and his putter may need mediation.
Despite recent woes, Jordan Spieth says fellow pros would still want him standing over big putt at the Ryder Cup
No golfer ever utters the word “slump.” It’s as bad as golf’s other verboten “s-word.” That one is so dangerous, you don’t even dare type it. Suffice it to say it begins s-h and ends n-k. (Yes, that word.) In golf, it’s practically an epithet.
Dustin Johnson doesn’t usually sweat the small stuff. But what about something relatively big—like losing his No. 1 spot on the World Ranking?