Welcome to another edition of The Grind where we almost got killed at the Travelers Championship last week. An American golfer who shall remain nameless nearly drilled me with a drive on No. 15.
Tiger Woods once famously said that second place sucks. Zack Sucher disagrees.
All that practice Joaquin Niemann was doing with a beach ball between his legs last week at TPC River Highlands, well, it looks to have paid off...
Chez Reavie has his encore tour win, and a hell of a story about how it probably shouldn’t have happened
Winning on the PGA Tour often begets more winning. When Chez Reavie captured the RBC Canadian Open as a rookie in 2008, it would not have been a stretch to figure that his next victory was not far behind.
More than a decade removed from his first win, Chez Reavie claims career victory No. 2 at Travelers Championship
If the likes of Matt Kuchar and Kevin Na have taught us anything, it’s that some of a tour pro’s best golf can come in their late 30s and early 40s, no matter how many “youth movements” there are on the PGA Tour.
Chez Reavie sets back nine on fire, takes a massive six-shot lead into Sunday at the Travelers Championship
Standing on the 10th tee on Saturday at the Travelers Championship, Chez Reavie, playing in the final pairing, trailed Zack Sucher by six. A couple of hours later, Reavie holed a six-footer for birdie...
You might cover your eyes watching Zack Sucher’s five-shot lead at the Travelers turn into a two-shot deficit
A few minutes before 4 p.m. EDT on Saturday, Zack Sucher was running away with the Travelers Championship. He was surprisingly leading by five and seemingly cruising toward a potential career-altering victory...
Brooks Koepka wants to set the record straight. Despite what you’ve heard, or he’s possibly said, he does care about non-major events.
Viktor Hovland, Matthew Wolff turn pro at Travelers Championship and immediately cash in with equipment deals
The week after the U.S. Open can be a difficult spot in the schedule, with many players opting for rest rather than competition in the week following the national championship.
Chip McDaniel’s wild 18-hour odyssey: From the final round of U.S. Open to Monday qualifying for Travelers Championship
Monday qualifying for a PGA Tour event is one of the most difficult tasks in all of golf, as it typically requires a low score on an unfamiliar course to earn one of four spots in a field of often more than 100 players.
It’s been a busy few weeks for the Titleist iron team. First, the company brought out its U-500 and U-510 utility irons (as well as TS hybrids) at the Memorial Tournament.
Bryson DeChambeau sounds off on USGA’s compass ruling: “It shouldn’t be an issue, it’s not a distance-measuring device”
Bryson DeChambeau is enjoying a breakout campaign in 2018. The former U.S. Amateur and NCAA champion has seven top 10s, highlighted by a win at Memorial...
Bubba Watson donates a big chunk of his $1.26 million Travelers payday to the tournament’s main charity
Much is made of the eccentric personality of Bubba Watson. So much so that it often overshadows some of his charitable endeavours.
During Saturday’s coverage of the Travelers Championship, cameras caught Bryson DeChambeau employing a compass during his walk around TPC River Highlands.
Bubba Watson keeps adding his name to the history book. One day it could be in the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Monday qualifier Chase Seiffert has final round to remember at TPC River Highlands, earns a spot at The Greenbrier
Bubba Watson won the Travelers Championship with a closing 63 at TPC River Highlands, rallying from six strokes back to take the title.
Bryson DeChambeau’s use of a compass during the third round of the Travelers Championship caught fire on social media.
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...