Curb Your Enthusiasm is at its best when Larry David is on the course. We look at some pretty, pretty good golf scenes from the show’s run.
The PGA Tour has a new pace of play policy, but will it lead to stroke penalties? Senior Writer Alan Shipnuck answers that and more.
In this golf world, few similarities exist between Phil Mickelson and me. But fasting? That felt like a level playing field. If Phil can go without food for six days, why can’t I?
In Nicklaus’ heyday, you could go deep with him on most subjects. He didn’t find it annoying. He liked it.
Even at 94, Dye never got old. “He loved to joke,” Rees Jones said. “He loved to tweak you. He loved to make you think.”
Here’s what made Pete Dye, who died Thursday, the most influential golf-course architect of the last half of the 20th century.
It’s time for Reed to take a page out of the WWE’s playbook and turn heel to become the bad boy golf needs.
GOLF senior writer Alan Shipnuck answers your questions about the Sentry Tournament of Champions field, Patrick Reed’s future and more.
Patrick Reed was heckled again, but if golf is going to maintain its civility, players and fans alike must adhere to these four Golden Rules.
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan should take David Stern-like control of the Tour and preach to his players total fidelity to the rules.