Only in the Web.com Tour Championship can players finish second or third and still celebrate like winners, as a foursome that included PGA Tour veterans Lucas Glover and Cameron Tringale did on Sunday.
A former U.S. Open champion, Lucas Glover, among those playing for a PGA Tour card in Web.com Tour Championship
One of golf’s endearing traits is that it is equitable, that one succeeds or fails based on numbers on a scorecard. But that does not inoculate those who play it for a living from the cruelty the numbers can cause.
Former USGA president Sandy Tatum was fond of saying the mission of the U.S. Open was to identify the best players in the world. For the most part, the governing body fulfills that quest. Occasionally, however, a champion pops up with questionable credentials.
John Feinstein, best-selling author and Golf Digest contributing editor, has got as close to Masters champion Patrick Reed as any journalist in golf.
Paul Goydos still remembers when his family life went from private to public and as such, feels for Lucas Glover.
PGA Tour player Lucas Glover was attacked by his wife during the Players Championship, according to police reports.
How did the first-round co-leaders at the Zurich Classic actually miss the cut? That’s what happens when you go 60-80
Friday at the Zurich Classic was a prime example of how difficult and pressure-packed the alternate-shot format can be in team events.
Two players make aces on Saturday at TPC Boston. You won’t believe how little time separated the two
There have been 30 aces made on the PGA Tour in the 2016-’17 season, with three coming in the last 24 hours at the Dell Technologies Championship.
It’s not often professional golfers suffer injuries that force them to fall to the ground in pain, but that’s what happened to Lucas Glover during his...