A seemingly bad idea turned out to be, well, pretty bad.
Ryder Cup 2018: Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed split into different practice groups on Tuesday; Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson paired together
The practice pods for the United States have historically provided a hint of what combos are on the weekend horizon. In Tuesday’s round at Le Golf National are any indication, the Ryder Cup docket boasted some interesting pairings.
Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA – SEPTEMBER 07: Bryson DeChambeau reacts on the first tee during the second round of the BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club on ...
This year’s winner at East Lake will take home $1.62 million, while the FedEx Cup winner will win the $10 million prize.
In case you missed it, yesterday evening kung-fu sensei, John Travolta School of Dance graduate, and off-duty regional sales manager Phil Mickelson were announced by Captain Picard...
Most years, there is some suspense when the Ryder Cup captains announce their choices to round out their rosters. Not so this time—especially on the American side.
Foregone conclusions don’t make for compelling viewing in sports, and no conclusion was more foregone than Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau receiving three of the four captain’s picks to the U.S. Ryder Cup team on Tuesday.
Bryson DeChambeau still remembers his first science project. He had a theory about gravity: That it pushed outward and not inward.
In a matter of 11 days, Bryson DeChambeau has turned some awkward mid season situations into distant memories by claiming the first two legs of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
The Ryder Cup captain’s picks Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn really need to make (and the ones they don’t)
Ryder Cups of the 21st century come with months of debate and hot takes, but this week, something concrete is finally going to happen: The captains are picking!
Tiger Woods is uncharacteristically mum after another frustrating effort at the Dell Technologies Championship
Tiger Woods birdied two of his first four holes to climb within three shots of the lead on Monday at TPC Boston. It was as close as he would get all day.