Mike Weir knows the question is coming. It’s loaded in the chamber, waiting, begging to be unholstered. Even as it’s not initially asked, it hovers over the conversation, because it doesn’t take a clairvoyant to foresee the ask will, eventually, come.
Another week, another race to finish on Sunday.
Phil Mickelson goes next-level Phil Mickelson, plays flop shot OVER a hospitality stand at Riviera’s 18th hole
Just when you thought we’ve seen everything from Phil Mickelson, his short-game repertoire has officially been expanded.
Tiger Woods was finishing up the par-3 16th at Riviera Country Club when playing partner Peter Malnati jogged ahead to the 17th to get his tee shot off on the par 5. Doing so meant the group could finish the hole if they wanted to even after the horn sounded for darkness in the third round of the Genesis Open.
While Phil Mickelson was touting a resurgence in his clubhead speed as one of his keys to his victory at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, there may be another less overt element to his newfound fountain of youth. The three lines on his golf ball might be making his eyes work better.
“I was stubborn, hard-headed,” Kuchar said.
Gene Littler was renowned for the quality of a golf swing that was suitable for framing, an effortless, fluid motion that produced 29 PGA Tour victories, including a U.S. Open, and took him to the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Sergio Garcia is set to make his first PGA Tour start since the Wyndham Championship this week at the Genesis Open. His stateside debut is an anticipated one, for reasons Garcia would like to forget.
Our man ranks Lefty's lofty standing in the game.
Tiger Woods proved last year that he’s not ready to be a ceremonial golfer. He only commands an audience like one.
How Bockerstette, a golfer with Down Syndrome, navigated three shots at the Waste Management Phoenix Open can be instructive for everyone.