Attention all you armchair golf rules officials, your dedication to your craft is impressive. It's just not needed anymore. Beginning in January, viewers will not be able to call in infractions seen on TV.
After a 301-day layoff from competition and his fourth back surgery, 41-year-old Tiger Woods returned to tournament golf Thursday with a three-under par 69 in the first round of the Hero World Challenge. Those are a few of the basic facts and figures. Here are 8 of the other most impressive stats from Woods’s much-anticipated return.
Every year, as Thanksgiving approaches, tradition calls for the U.S. president to pardon a turkey. Here at GOLF.com we grant no such reprieves. Instead, we’ve identified the plumpest, juiciest turkeys of the golf world and celebrated their dubious achievements.
Already home to an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus design (an eye-catching layout ornamented by seven lakes), Vidanta cut the ribbon last year on a Greg Norman Signature Course that takes the quality of golf up a notch. Set on the far side of the Ameca River, the course is linked to the resort by the world's largest golf-cart suspension bridge.
From range picker to a disrespected beverage cart driver to the cameraman perched atop a cherry picker at a PGA Tour event, here they are: the absolute worst jobs in the game. Because not all jobs are created equal.
Not all cheating is created equal. Here's a look at the many kinds of lies we golfers tell ourselves, and our playing partners, along with an honest take on just how despicable those transgressions are.