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...
Welcome to another edition of The Grind where we almost got killed at the Travelers Championship last week. An American golfer who shall remain nameless nearly drilled me with a drive on No. 15.
Gender reveals are all the rage right now. We’re sure someone you know—a co-worker, a cousin or even just a random person you watched pop a balloon followed by loud yelling and shrieking on social media...
In back-to-back weeks, the PGA Tour debuts events in Detroit and Minneapolis, where attracting players and creating buzz present challenges and opportunities
We broke down this year's field—156 players—into various segments based on their likelihood of winning.
U.S. Open 2019: Caddie Confidential—9 questions that unlock the secrets to this year at Pebble Beach
What do players always get wrong at Pebble?
It doesn’t take much to throw relationships out of balance, as evidenced by Claude Harmon III’s split with Dustin Johnson over the weekend.
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.
It’s not what Johnson wants his Hall of Fame introductory speaker to focus on, but it’s still a pretty rare—and impressive—feat.
At their best, New York fans are passionate and rowdy. At their worst, they’re boorish and unoriginal. Through three days at the PGA Championship, they mostly leaned toward the former. On Sunday, they spilt over into the latter.
For a few awkward moments on Sunday at wind-swept Bethpage Black, Brooks Koepka appeared headed toward making the kind of history that he neither wanted nor would anyone have expected.
Did the chants of “DJ,” then, actually benefit Koepka? Yes, according to the now four-time major champion.
Did Dustin Johnson let another major championship slip away? Is it even fair to ask that of a golfer who began the final round a full touchdown (e.g. seven points/strokes) behind?
Sunday proved to be a coronation for Koepka. A wild, chaotic coronation.
There is a lot to play for Sunday in the final round of the 101st PGA Championship – even if your name is not Brooks Koepka.
Dustin Johnson fails spectacularly to rescue the RBC Heritage from Masters fatigue and Tiger’s absence
Streeter Lecka By John Strege Tiger Woods turned back the clock last week, but presumably, he did not turn it back to the 2000s, when any tournament without him was consigned ...
By Christopher Powers Dustin Johnson hit just five fairways and only 11 greens on a windy Saturday at Harbour Town Golf Links. For most players, those statistics would likely spell doom. ...
By John Feinstein If Dustin Johnson showed up for his pre-Masters press conference on Tuesday afternoon and announced he’d had enough of the golf grind and was retiring at age 34, ...