ORLANDO, FLORIDA – MARCH 09: Matthew Fitzpatrick of England acknowledges the crowd after holing a putt for par on the par 3, 17th hole during the third round of the 2019 ...
Propelled by his five-stroke win at the WGC-Mexico Championship on Sunday, Dustin Johnson will jump Justin Rose on the World Ranking and reclaim the top spot for the fourth time in his career.
Six days into 2019 and there’s already a new World No. 1 in men’s golf.
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...
Justin Rose controlled his own destiny regarding whether he would snatch back the top spot in the World Ranking and be the last man standing at the end of a 2018 season in which five different players were once No. 1.
There are many worthwhile ways to gauge Tiger Woods' comeback in 2018.
Who will end 2018 in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking? (Hint: The list is a LOT different from 2017)
The top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking has changed hands seven times in the past three months.
If you’re unaware that Rose had abdicated the throne, or that the No. 1 ranking has switched hands five times in the past two months, you’re not alone.
Tiger Woods didn’t hit a shot last week in Las Vegas but still climbed to No. 13 in the Official World Golf Ranking, one spot ahead of Jordan Spieth.
Bryson DeChambeau, as we have learned, is an original, wholly unlike anyone else in golf. All golfers are searching for answers, but DeChambeau does his searching in altogether different places.
There’s a chance Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson could be CO-No. 1s this week (A very, VERY small chance)
Ross Kinnaird Brooks Koepka of the United States and Dustin Johnson of the United States pose during a photocall prior to the WGC – HSBC Champtions at the Chamber of Commerce ...