Kevin Tway plays golf with a voice in his ear, one capable of alternately cajoling or critiquing or even cursing, and, on this day probably, crying. The voice has a name, too. Tway calls him Dad.
Brooks Koepka says he was ‘in shock’ Tiger Woods stayed to congratulate him at Bellerive Stuart Franklin
The most pleasantly surprising thing to watch in Tiger Woods' latest comeback is the 14-time major champion revealing that he does, in fact, have a softer side
Rickie Fowler revealed during the second round of the PGA Championship that he was dealing with an oblique strain at Bellerive.
Tiger Woods turns heads, Brooks Koepka’s ridiculous major stat, and the new bane of golf fans’ existence
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where after a couple night’s sleep — and a couple consultations with therapists — we’re finally at peace with Tiger Woods not winning the 100th PGA Championship.
Before Tiger Woods flashed glimpses of his former self at the Hero World Challenge in December, he urged everyone he’d be taking it slow in this latest comeback. Eight months later, the oddsmakers have listed him at 5/1 to win a 15th major in 2019, and 12/1 that it happens at Augusta. Life moves fast.
Sometimes life gets in the way of sports. Just ask Rafael Nadal, who had to deal with a pesky Rogers Cup final interrupting Tiger’s epic performance at Bellerive on Sunday.
Shane Lowry had a solid run at this year’s PGA Championship, his eight-under score good enough for a T-12 finish. Unfortunately, it’s a standing that could have been better had Lowry received, in his estimation, a better ruling at Bellerive’s 16th hole on Sunday.
It’s the day after the greatest final round in PGA Championship history and everyone is having their say.
Tiger Woods’ ex-caddy Steve Williams predicted Brooks Koepka’s greatness long ago with this money quote
(Montana Pritchard/PGA of America) By Alex Myers You may have predicted a big week for Brooks Koepka at Bellerive Country Club. Heck, you may have even picked him to win the ...
In the fall of 2015, Brooks Koepka very much wanted to make the Presidents Cup team.
Two competing narratives emerged from the build-up and then aftermath of the 100th PGA Championship. Going in it was how uninspired a venue Bellerive Country Club was for a major championship. The other was how riveting the final round there ended up being.