Tiger Woods won the Tour Championship using a game that was working in every area.
As technology improved in drivers, heads got bigger. More volume meant more technology to help you hit it farther and straighter. But with today’s irons, it’s sort of the opposite.
Tiger Woods’ performance at the PGA Championship has spurred belief that the 14-time major winner is close to returning to the winner’s circle. That doesn’t mean Woods’ game is firing on all cylinders.
Brooks Koepka won his second major of the season and third of his career by combining the kind of solid ball striking with good in-close putting to win by two over Tiger Woods at Bellerive C.C.
Dustin Johnson finally figured out the back nine at Glen Abbey G.C., and used a superior tee-to-green game to win the RBC Canadian Open in comfortable fashion.
Francesco Molinari came into The Open touted as a possible favorite outside some of the big names in golf. Then after the third round...
Dustin Johnson holed a 9-irons from 171 yards at the last with his TaylorMade P730 DJ Proto irons, but that was just piling on. The real damage was done during the course of the week
Ariya Jutanugarn has made playing without a driver fashionable. And as you might expect from someone who has 12 clubs that are irons or wedges in her bag...
Webb Simpson won the Players Championship in dominating fashion and did so with a set of makeup that everyday players should take note of.
Jason Day had a bunch of different clubs in the bag since his last win, even though that was only three months ago at the Farmers Insurance Open.
By E. Michael Johnson When Tiger Woods tees it up this week at the Wells Fargo Championship he’ll have some new irons in the bag, a set of TaylorMade muscleback blades ...