One can imagine the entire golf world swooning if Mickelson puts a fairy-tale-like cherry on top of his career in June by wrapping up the career Grand Slam he’s been chasing since his Open Championship victory at Muirfield in 2013.
There was drama to the end Sunday at Pebble Beach Golf Links, even though nothing was settled.
Lefty leads Paul Casey by three with two holes remaining but will have to come back Monday to seal Pebble Beach title
There is good news and bad news for Phil Mickelson at Pebble Beach Golf Links on Sunday.
Phil Mickelson will play in the final group for the second time in three starts, trails Paul Casey by three
If anyone thought Phil Mickelson would begin to fade as he closes in on 50, he’s showing no signs of it in 2019.
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.
In contrast to Tuesday’s announcement of the first three captain’s picks for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, there was far more suspense heading into the reveal of Europe’s four wildcards picks on Wednesday.
The Ryder Cup captain’s picks Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn really need to make (and the ones they don’t)
Ryder Cups of the 21st century come with months of debate and hot takes, but this week, something concrete is finally going to happen: The captains are picking!
Before tour players were living under par, we were reminded these guys were good. It’s too bad the much-beloved slogan is no longer, for Tommy Fleetwood’s Mexico tale would make a heck of an ad.
These guys aren’t among the favourites this week at Carnoustie, but under the right circumstances, they could all find themselves in contention come Sunday.
Entering the final round of the Travelers Championship, Bubba Watson was a bit of an afterthought, six strokes back of Paul Casey, who appeared like he...
Paul Casey makes subtle tweak that leads to third-round 62, giving him a four-stroke lead at the Travelers Championship
For the best players in the world, the difference between a 72 and a 65 can be something as small as a slight grip change or a tweak in their position at address. Just ask Paul Casey.