Ricky Elliott is the hardest-working caddie in golf these days. No one else even comes close.
Steve Stricker on being a Ryder Cup captain, dominating the U.S. Senior Open, and his putting philosophy
Earlier this year, Steve Stricker became the first American golfer without a major championship to be named U.S. Ryder Cup captain. Things have changed a lot in the past two months.
With the advent of the wraparound season on the PGA Tour, golf publications around the world gave a collective golf clap. There will be year-round high-level golf, decreed the powers that be...
Brooks Koepka wants to set the record straight. Despite what you’ve heard, or he’s possibly said, he does care about non-major events.
Gary Woodland once caught a knee in the throat in a high-school basketball game in his native Topeka, Kan., that landed him in the hospital with a collapsed trachea.
Brooks Koepka is human after all. We think. “He’s like a cockroach,” Xander Schauffele said. “He just won’t go away.”
We’re told major championships are golf’s grandest theatre, though there are a handful of stages where the spotlight shines ever so brighter. Pebble Beach did nothing to refute its standing this week.
How good is Brooks Koepka? Even when he doesn’t win, he still makes history.
This was a U.S. Open to love. No angst, no anxiety, no punishment for the slightest of golf sins. We came to the sea, walking on cliffs along the blue Pacific Ocean...
David Cannon By Alex Myers PEBBLE BEACH — Gary Woodland will take the lead into the final round of a major championship for the first time in his career. As if ...
After a second-straight 69 on Friday to sit five strokes off the lead of Gary Woodland, Brooks Koepka is in position to chase a third straight U.S. Open title this weekend at Pebble Beach.
Fewer than five years ago Brooks Koepka was an oddity, a young American, 24, who’d chosen to play the European Tour, winning four times in two seasons, a sensational run that went mostly unnoticed in the United States.
U.S. Open 2019: Brooks Koepka comes out firing with shots at FOX, Brandel Chamblee and his fellow players
Chip on his shoulder? Yes. Brooks Koepka is also someone that doesn't suffer fools.
We broke down this year's field—156 players—into various segments based on their likelihood of winning.
U.S. Open 2019: Brooks Koepka daggers Joe Buck in clearly staged yet still hilarious video from Pebble Beach range
Koepka’s latest act to show more of his personality? He gave comedy a try, and did a damn good job alongside Joe Buck.
Never mind how they’d manage the rough or fast greens—the sheer length of Bethpage Black would overwhelm an average golfer.
When Jack Nicklaus won the 1965 Masters by a then-record nine strokes, the crushing victory left Bobby Jones muttering about how the Golden Bear was playing a game with which he was not familiar.
You might not have his power or hand-eye coordination, but there’s plenty the four-time major champion does that you can do as well.