Jason Day had a bunch of different clubs in the bag since his last win, even though that was only three months ago at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Despite March Madness, API outdraws three 2017 majors in TV ratings thanks to Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy
Who needs buzzer-beaters or historic upsets. The real madness this March is happening on the PGA Tour.
A lot has changed since Tiger Woods last played at Riviera.
Tiger Woods said he was “very pleased” with his T-23 finish at the Farmers Insurance Open following last week's final round at Torrey Pines. After a few days of reflection, the 14-time major champ seemed just as thrilled with his performance, and equally excited about his next start.
By Shane Ryan By now you’ve probably absorbed the backlash to tour pro J.B. Holmes’ four-minute, 10-second delay last Sunday on the 18th hole at the Farmers Insurance Open. The stoppage ...
The golf world has not been kind to J.B. Holmes for “icing” Alex Noren on the final hole Sunday at the Farmers Insurance Open. That’s included fire from his fellow pros. On Wednesday, someone came to Holmes’ defense: the reigning PGA Tour Player of the Year.
In all, it was a good week for Tiger Woods. He played 72 holes in a real golf tournament for the first time since August 2015. He birdied his 18th hole on Friday to make the cut. He scored respectably all four days at Torrey Pines, even though he had a two-way miss going with his driver on Saturday and Sunday.
A jury of his peers did not deliberate long, unlike J.B. Holmes, who deliberated long enough to bring the wrath of its verdict down on him.
Tiger Woods is trying to overcome a lot this week in his return to the PGA Tour. But this was seriously not cool.
Jason Day, Alex Noren headed for Monday finish after five playoff holes at the Farmers Insurance Open
In keeping with the theme of the early part of the 2018 PGA Tour season, the Farmers Insurance Open went to a sudden-death playoff. Only this time, overtime is spilling beyond the weekend.
Ryan Palmer, his health issue and wife’s cancer behind him, declares ‘life is great,’ has chance to win Farmers Insurance Open
Job security was never really an issue for Ryan Palmer, who exceeded $1 million in earnings in all but three of his 14 years on the PGA Tour.