Winged Foot's greens have frustrated U.S. Open competitors all week long — but Danny Lee's 6-putt at No. 18 took things to the next level.
Xander Schauffele looked like he would win the Charles Schwab Challenge late on Sunday, until his chances imploded with one of the worst lip outs ever.
Daniel Berger defeated Collin Morikawa in a playoff to win the Charles Schwab Challenge, when Morikawa lipped out a par putt from just 3 feet.
Athletes with a combined 28 championships to their names teed it off for charity on Sunday
A former world No. 1-ranked player, winner of 31 international tournaments and former Masters champion says he feels unsafe returning to the PGA Tour. Citing concerns with the Tour’s Health and Safety Plan for the virus, Adam Scott said Thursday he plans to skip the first seven tournaments when play resumes in mid-June and return a week before the rescheduled PGA Championship in early August.
The decades-long rivalries between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning continue with the help of another, the one between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. The four greats will be playing golf in a two-versus-two matchup called The Match: “Champions for Charity” on Sunday May 24 at 3pm est. You can watch on TNT, TBS, truTV, and HLN.
One of the few positives to come from more than three months of play stoppage is that play begins June 11 at the Charles Schwab Challenge, and it will feature the best field in the history of the event. Based on this year’s commitments, which include world No. 1 Rory McIlroy, No. 3 Brooks Koepka, No. 5 Dustin Johnson and No. 7 Patrick Reed, the event will feature a strength of field of 560 points, with 66 points going to the winner, according to an analysis by Golf Channel rankings guru Alan Robison.
The Masters has long been a staple of spring. If the world shows up this year at Augusta National, it'll be in November. So how will the course change?
It is with regret that we are announcing the cancellation of THE PLAYERS Championship.
From the Masters to the Presidents Cup, 2019 was a tour de force for a 43-year-old off four back surgeries
On Nov. 27, 2009, Tiger Woods ran into a fire hydrant. That was just the beginning of a decade in which so much -- good, bad and ugly -- enveloped his life.
Tiger Woods’ back will never be the same. He recently had another surgery on his left knee. There’s been neck pain and an oblique injury and a torn Achilles. One part of his body has never failed him, though. “I trust my hands, and today was no different,” Woods said after collecting win No. 82 at the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP.
The FedEx Cup Playoffs are upon us, earlier than ever, with one fewer event and far more money at stake -- and an intriguing and controversial way to end the competition. Now in its 13th year, the FedEx Cup -- which is a season-long points race that concludes with a series of playoff tournaments -- has undergone its share of changes since its inception in 2007, most notably tweaks to the points structure.
While most of golf’s elite upper crust skipped this week’s Wyndham Championship to rest up for the FedEx Cup Playoffs, plenty of drama is going down in Greensboro. As the regular season comes to a close, players on the margin are battling to secure spots in the playoff field — or risk losing their PGA Tour cards.
It was his to lose, but Ireland's Shane Lowry had no intention of letting the Claret Jug slip from his grasp as he romped to victory in the Open at Royal Portrush for his first major title.
JB Holmes' strong outing through the first three days of The Open Championship totally came apart on Sunday.
Shane Lowry’s storming 63 gives him a four-shot lead over Tommy Fleetwood heading into the Open’s final round
The first thing I thought of when Rory McIlroy finished his post-round interview were the Pringles. McIlroy has been an open vein of intelligence, forthrightness, and genuine vulnerability for the last decade, but I could never recall him tearing up and getting emotional. He’s laid bare insecurities, mistakes, joys, passions, and regrets. He’s talked his s**t and put people in their place. He’s at least always trying to tell you as best he can how he’s feeling or what he’s thinking, and doing so in a genuine and interesting way that’s such a departure from either the dull or irritable competitive automatons that populate pro golf.
In their 83rd major playing together, Woods and Mickelson made some history
The Open Championship made its return to Royal Portrush after a 68-year absence on Thursday ... and boy was it mean. Only about one-quarter of the field finished the first round under par, and some of the biggest stars in the world are not simply flirting with the cut line but actually at the bottom of the leaderboard.