Ben Hogan was famously curt and unrevealing. But on the rare occasions when he did open up, he could be candid and insightful—as was the case in this gripping interview that originally appeared in the September 1987 issue of GOLF.
In this episode: What it's like to play in a PGA Tour pro-am. We also take a first look at Erin Hills, the host of the 2017 U.S. Open, and catch up with two guys who took an 800-mile golf trip—on bikes!
What is it like to play in a PGA Tour pro-am? Alan Shipnuck takes us inside the ropes at the Zurich Classic. We also take a first look at Erin Hills, the host of the 2017 U.S. Open, and catch up with two guys who made the golf trip of a lifetime.
The Knockdown's Alan Shipnuck had the chance to do what most golf fans only dream of: play in a pro am with a PGA Tour pro. But what happens when you're paired with someone who has blocked you on Twitter?
On this episode of GOLF Live, we sit down with five-time PGA Tour winner Ben Crane. Sports Illustrated senior writers Alan Shipnuck and Michael Bamberger face off on slow play, and we get to know LPGA player Jaye Marie Green.
Sports Illustrated's Alan Shipnuck sat down with five-time major winner Phil Mickelson ahead of the CareerBuilder Challenge. Lefty dishes on Tiger Woods, the Ryder Cup, those famed money matches and more.
Jason Day lost the AT&T Byron Nelson in a playoff to Billy Horschel, but contended for the first time in a long time. Our Tour Confidential panel discusses whether Day has more positives or negatives to take away from the weekend.
Sports Illustrated's Michael Bamberger and GOLF.com's Sean Zak join GOLF Today host Marika Washchyshyn to discuss the most significant of the proposed rules changes and what they mean for the everyday golfer.