By Shane Ryan By now, you know the details of the new schedule by heart: Players Championship to March, PGA Championship to May, FedEx Cup playoffs no longer in a mano-a-mano ...
Sure you know Tiger Woods came back to competitive golf with gusto in 2018, that the European’s boat-raced the Americans in the Ryder Cup and that Oklahoma State...
Bryson DeChambeau will return to Emirates Golf Club for the $3.25 million European Tour event in January as world No.5 – three seasons after topping the amateur standings in the Desert Swing event on the Majlis.
So, for those of you scoring at home, Woods, Rose and Johnson all left Atlanta on top. Got it?
Six months ago, which feels like an eternity given this eventful 2018 golf season, we posed a question in anticipation of Tiger Woods’ return at the 2018 Masters: if Woods went on to capture his fifth green jacket, where would it rank among other impressive wins in his two-decade career?
Everyone from Bo Jackson to Donald Trump tweeted various forms of congratulations.
”Justin Rose beats Tiger Woods” is not a headline you’re going to see splattered across the Internet.
Experts break down Tiger Woods’ post-injury swing.
Win No. 80 in Tiger Woods’ PGA Tour career wasn’t a major championship, but it might be just as memorable.
Rory McIlroy used to dream about playing with Tiger Woods in the final group in the final round of a tournament. Sunday at East Lake, he’ll find out what it feels like for real.
$15 million prize, simplified scoring system and regular-season rewards highlight changes to the 2019 FedEx Cup
Previous reports suggested major changes were in the FedEx Cup’s future. On Tuesday, the PGA Tour made them official.