Tiger Woods lines up a putt on the eighth green during the final round of the 2019 Masters. (Kevin C. Cox) By John Strege Eyes tend to glaze over when watching ...
The long-rumoured changes to Augusta National Golf Club’s iconic par-5 13th remain just that...
Bryson DeChambeau tries convincing fellow tour pro to test out his mad-scientist methods, he politely declines
For anybody paying attention to golf in the latter half of 2018, you've witnessed Bryson DeChambeau's ascension to greatness.
Holly Sonders has signed a contract extension with Fox Sports, but...
Is it wrong to say that a professional golfer choked? Is it wrong to say it on TV?
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Cameron Champ’s reputation proceeds him.
“Whenever we have big-time deals at NBC, we operate in total secrecy, so from that time forward when we had any internal texts or communications on this, we always referred to Paul as..."
Injuries have plagued the 43-year-old over the past couple of years, forcing him to rely on sponsor’s exemptions and play off his past champion exempt status on the PGA Tour.
In succeeding the legendary Johnny Miller, Paul Azinger hopes to enlighten in the same way, even if it means ruffling a few feathers.
It was a week ago Monday when Paul Azinger’s phone rang. The worst-kept secret in golf was out: Johnny Miller was retiring from NBC after nearly three decades as the network’s lead golf analyst.
Johnny Miller was not afraid to take a flamethrower to a field. And though his commentary could be brutal, it was often true.
The news of Johnny Miller’s retirement from NBC/Golf Channel is a fitting occasion to put Miller’s popularity in perspective.
The Hall of Fame golfer did not mind upsetting tour pros as a TV analyst. It was all part of the job.
Johnny Miller to retire from NBC/Golf Channel after one more event; Paul Azinger to be named replacement
From winning some of golf’s biggest events to talking about them, Johnny Miller has carved out a special place in golf history.
Ben Hogan at the Ryder Cup. (Photo by PGA of America via Getty Images) By Alex Myers At the 1967 Ryder Cup, Ben Hogan famously — and concisely — introduced his ...
Remarkable does not seem adequate to describe Bob Toski’s recovery from a life-threatening heart attack on June 4. It is insufficient to note that he is 92 and to muse that he is going on 29. That’s not how he felt Wednesday morning.
American captain Davis Love III had issued explicit instructions to ignore news coverage of the 41st Ryder Cup, but there were his players crowded around the television watching a replay of Golf Channel’s studio program from the previous night.
Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee invokes Nicklaus, the Kardashians, likens Tiger Woods’ comeback to ‘watching a piece of fiction’
The place to turn in the wake of anything in golf remarkable or remarkably unforgettable is Golf Channel for Brandel Chamblee’s analysis, love it or hate it.