How Bockerstette, a golfer with Down Syndrome, navigated three shots at the Waste Management Phoenix Open can be instructive for everyone.
Gary Woodland wrestles with one of pro golfers’ biggest headaches: the week-to-week variance in their game
A near-miss at Kapalua was a faded memory for the Kansas native at the Sony Open
Perhaps no one hits the low screaming shot better than Gary Woodland, whose stingers have become legendary on the internet.
For players such as Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Xander Schauffele and a host of others, the Sentry Tournament of Champions served as a nice opportunity to put some new equipment in play.
Xander Schauffele again a come-from-behind winner, this time with a final-round 62 in Sentry Tournament of Champions
As he walked off the 18th green at the Plantation Course Sunday afternoon with a disappointing par and approached the scoring trailer, Gary Woodland spotted Xander Schauffele and made a beeline for him.
Uh oh. Bob Tway might be on his way to wearing out his living room carpet again.
Marc Leishman was on track to run away and hide on Saturday at the CIMB Classic, opening his third round with an unconscious six-under 30 on the front nine at TPC Kuala Lumpur.
Playing in the final group at a major on a weekend for the first time, Gary Woodland overcame a not-so-surprising shaky start on Saturday at the PGA Championship. However, he came undone on a surprising occurrence on the 10th hole.
PGA Championship 2018: Day 1 leader Gary Woodland impresses friends, family—and the field—with his new putting stroke
The first PGA Tour event Gary Woodland ever attended was the Sony Open in Hawaii in 2009. He wasn’t there as a fan. He was playing in it.
The talk heading into Thursday of the PGA Championship was that there would be plenty of low numbers to be had at Bellerive, with some analysts going as far as to say 18-under would be the winning total. While that’s still possible, the field will have some catching up to do to reach that lofty number.
If I’m reading my handy-dandy wrap-around calendar right, courtesy of the folks in Ponte Vedra Beach, the PGA Tour’s “regular season” is now more than one-third over, 15 of the 44 tournaments that lead to “The Playoffs” having already been contested. Never mind that my actual calendar says it’s only February.