All week long he been blasting tee shots past his opponents, including the long-bombing Justin Thomas, and early on Sunday the stripe show continued at the 336-yard par-4 7th, where Woods drove the green and then made eagle.
For golfers seeking sweet ocean breezes, there’s another high-wattage draw in this corner of the Caribbean, one that will continue accepting visitors long after Tiger and the boys skip town. It’s the newly opened — well, still opening — Baha Mar.
This is the first installment in our 11-part "The Course I’m Thankful For" series, in which we asked GOLF.com staffers to wax lovingly about the first course that stole their golfing hearts. Our first story comes from N.Y.
If we could build a hole anywhere in the five boroughs, with no restrictions—construction, financial, zoning or otherwise—to which neighborhood would we dispatch the bulldozers and motor graders? Naturally, we couldn’t just stop at one hole and yet 18 somehow felt excessive. So we split the difference and created an exhilarating nine-holer that we’re calling the NYC9.
Kevin Kisner still holds the halftime lead but he has some company atop the ’board in the form of Matsuyama, who proved once again Friday that when he gets rolling there is, at this moment, no more explosive player in golf.
I am writing in regard to the vacancy on Mr. McIlroy’s bag. He revealed he has been “inundated” with applicants, which is no surprise given that Mr. McIlroy seems like a really down-to-earth guy who makes a s---load of money. Who wouldn’t want to carry Mr. McIlroy’s clubs?
It would be an overstatement to say that President Donald J. Trump’s appearance during the second round of the U.S. Women’s Open hijacked the championship, as some feared it might. But his impending arrival did, on what was otherwise a dreary, sleepy afternoon at his glitzy club on a bucolic swath of horse country, create a palpable sense of suspense.