It takes nerve to bring your game to the pro ranks in middle age. But that has meant millions for a special breed of late bloomer on the senior circuit.
Inside a lifelong hacker’s decision to get a handicap index under the USGA and R&A’s new world handicap system.
In this week’s mailbag, Alan Shipnuck answers questions about the distance debate, the budding rivalry between Rory and Brooks and more.
If the governing bodies want to win over the public, they need to get Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, as a tag team, to do their bidding.
Ever since he watched Tiger Woods win the Masters in 1997, James Tigabasa knew a career in golf was his future.
In this week’s mailbag, Shipnuck fields questions about the distance report, the legitimacy of handicaps at the Pebble Pro-AM and more.
If the USGA and R&A’s distance report had demanded an equipment roll-back, Price says, “we’d lose people even before we got started.”
In this week’s mailbag, Shipnuck addresses whether Tiger is the top golfer alive, Bryson DeChambeau’s self-awareness (or lack thereof) and more.
The Thunderbirds — a who’s who of Phoenix, Ariz. movers and shakers — have raised $147 million for worthy causes.
Kobe and Tiger both took their preternatural athletic gifts and brought to them shocking levels of drive, stubbornness, pain tolerance.