It was a remarkable final leaderboard.
A major focus of the rebranded and re-energised Legends Tour is to become the “greatest amateur experience in golf”
The strange, sometimes rocky story of how the BMW PGA Championship became the European Tour’s ‘flagship’ event
Almost without interruption, it’s been going and growing for more than six decades.
In the absence of many star names plying their trade primarily on the PGA Tour Champions in the United States, what was the European Senior Tour, then the Staysure Tour, has always struggled for attention.
Jerry Kelly is a man without a poker face who nonetheless took down his challengers with an ace that no one saw coming on Sunday afternoon.
Henrik Stenson in his boxer briefs. Tommy Fleetwood blow-drying his hair. Colin Montgomerie driven to distraction by a fly. Justin Rose tossing expletives up a storm. And Gary Player, well, being Gary Player.
Monty calls for a 20-percent rollback of the ball. Here’s what that actually would mean and why it doesn’t add up
Our man insists he's not calling for an end to the distance debate. But...
Patrick Reed’s Twitter blocking rampage, a Tiger Woods scare, and the most embarrassing golf shot ever
Welcome to another edition of The Grind where we’re pretty sure we’ve seen this movie before. An American dressed in all black just imposing his will South of the Border.
Colin Montgomerie won the Invesco QQQ Championship and Bernhard Langer lost it, and each did so in an extraordinary fashion on Sunday.
Dubai Hills Golf Club celebrates its first anniversary in November and the celebrations will be even more joyous now after it was recognised as ‘World’s Best New Golf Course’.
Personal tragedy and an inherent humbleness have kept Denis Pugh from becoming a ‘big-time’ instructor. But it’s a life he’s come to enjoy.
Colin Montgomerie on peculiar Ryder Cup captain’s duties, road-tripping around the U.S., and the time Jack Nicklaus jinxed him
Montgomerie joined the Golf Digest Podcast for a wide-ranging conversation that included that difficult U.S. Open runner-up in 2006.
The Omega Dubai Desert Classic has long touted itself as the “Major of the Middle East” and is now hanging its hat on the Ryder Cup to sell the cast of stars confirmed for the 30th edition of the $3.5 million European Tour event.
We offer up a few candidates including one notable flyer (Phil Mickelson, anyone?)
Colin Montgomerie press conferences have always been a bit like a round of golf. They ebb and flow. They have their ups-and-downs.
If there’s a course where Ernie Els is ideally placed to recapture some of his former glory, Emirates Golf Club is it.
From nuclear missile threats to global pop stars, Colin Montgomerie has had quite the time of it recently and, apparently, just as much fun sharing the drama when he was reacquainted with “old friends” in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic media centre Tuesday.
If Paul Casey never wins again, he insists he’ll ride into the sunset a contented man. Don’t be fooled.