Miguel Ángel Jiménez of Spain won the Chubb Classic on Sunday. (Photo by Michael Cohen/Getty Images) By John Strege The takeaway from the Chubb Classic on Sunday is that Bernhard Langer ...
Bernhard Langer still has yet to slow down, though he might be running out of reasons to sustain his torrid pace.
Brooks Koepka is the current World No. 1 and coming off an incredible season in which he won two major championships.
The golfer who has discovered the fountain of youth and won’t reveal its location now has a Major League Baseball player in his family.
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Greg McLaughlin, a golf industry veteran most recently in charge of the PGA Tour Champions, has been tapped to oversee a trio of the game’s key stakeholders.
Upstart Scott Parel wins Invesco QQQ Championship, now a threat to derail Bernhard Langer’s bid to win another Charles Schwab Cup Robert Laberge
Parel, 53, did not turn professional until he was 31, never made it to the PGA Tour, and now, with one more tournament to go, is among the favourites to win the senior tour’s season-long Charles Schwab Cup.
It was only an illusion, the appearance that Bernhard Langer, at 61, had begun his initial descent to age-induced mediocrity. His six-shot victory in the SAS Championship on Sunday put that notion to rest.
Bernhard Langer has won the 2018 Payne Stewart Award.
He was a little less than convincing towards the end of his final round, but Miguel Angel Jimenez did just enough over the closing holes to hold off defending champion Bernhard Langer and claim the Senior British Open Championship at St. Andrews.
Bernhard Langer, ageing yet ageless, wins Insperity Invitational, his 37th PGA Tour Champions victory
Bernhard Langer surely isn’t ageless, but neither does he appear to be ageing. Even as the years mount, so do the victories.