Consisting of 50 unique wedges, every one hand-ground by none other than Bob Vokey himself, the new 56-degree model features 12-degrees of bounce and is made to be played in a wide variety of conditions
The LPGA is touting more strict dress code guidelines in an effort to minimize revealing, overly athletic wear on the course. Has the reaction been warranted, and is the LPGA taking a step back by enforcing these rules?
Ryan Asselta catches up with Eric Trump at Trump National Bedminster, host of the 2017 U.S. Women's Open. Trump discusses the family golf business, his dad's game, and why Bedminster will host the best women's golf event to date.
Andy Dillard is a 55-year-old salesman in the oil industry, bouncing between offices and oil rigs all day long. Back in 1992, he was a broke professional golfer setting a likely-unbreakable record in the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.
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.
The Dave Pelz you see in 2017 isn't all too different from the one you would have seen at Indiana University in 1957. However, his ascension to coaching Phil Mickelson begins in the early 1960s at NASA.
7/10: On this episode, we catch up with 2016 U.S. Women's Open champion Brittany Lang. We'll also see how one junior golf program is lending a helping hand to aspiring pros, and travel all the way to Korea to see just how far the game has come.
6/28: On this episode of GOLF Today, we visit a unique education-based golf academy in New York City. We also preview the U.S. Senior Open, chat with golf-mad actor Chris O’Donnell, and help you find the right distance-measuring device for your game.
A unique education-based golf academy in Harlem, N.Y., provides youth from varying backgrounds a place to study and grow, both personally and professionally, while simultaneously introducing them to golf.
The USGA's Thomas Pagel describes a rules scenario in which Arnold Palmer picked up Jack Nicklaus' ball to concede the 1962 U.S. Open. What's the penalty for the King's gentlemanly act? You make the call.