As Jordan Spieth looks to regain his lost form, players who’ve experienced similar slumps say the road back starts with brutal honesty. By John Feinstein Greg Norman still remembers the day ...
Less than a fortnight after its official opening, Greg Norman’s latest Vietnam creation won a coveted gong at the 2018 Asian Golf Awards
Chris Thompson, a rookie at 42, recalls 20-hour car ride to U.S. Open qualifier at which Greg Norman arrived via helicopter
Chris Thompson, the 42-year-old rookie from Lawrence, Kan., had some travel troubles getting to Oahu for his debut in the Sony Open in Hawaii. He was supposed to arrive a day earlier, on Sunday. But after 19 years trying to reach the PGA Tour, a slight delay wasn’t a big deal.
TopGolf Dubai breaks ground, gigantic Saudi trophy threatens to do likewise and we get into the Desert Swing of things. All (somehow) wrapped up in our guilty Sir Nick Faldo obsession
Your guide to the very best golf, on the course and across social media, in the Middle East.
Tiger Woods fondly recalls requesting to play — and beating — Greg Norman at the 1998 Presidents Cup
As part of the lone American team to lose in the Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods' top priority as captain is to make sure the U.S. doesn't suffer the same fate when it returns to Royal Melbourne in 2019. But that's not to say he doesn't have at least one fond memory from that week.
Brooks Koepka’s rise to No. 1 creates another first in the history of the Official World Golf Ranking
Brooks Koepka’s four-shot win at the CJ Cup propelled him to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time. It also created a different kind of first in OWGR history.
Patrick Reed’s story crumbles, Greg Norman’s absurd Tiger take, and the Year of the Celebrity Golfer continues
'The Grind'. Golf coverage with spice.
What should we continue to expect from Tiger Woods in 2019? At least one World Golf Hall of Famer worries it might go too far.
The Signature at Wild Flower is the stuff of golfing fantasies
As they say goodbye to Firestone, PGA Tour players and fans recall good times, great winners and iconic moments.
Greg Norman, who owns an 11,600-acre ranch near Aspen, captured video of the wildfire, as well as the efforts of those trying to tame it.