In this week’s mailbag, Shipnuck dishes on J.B. Holmes’s slow play, Tiger’s conditioning and Sergio and Kuchar’s apologies.
This week an elite field will tee up in Mexico City, and lurking below the big names is an undervalued player who could surprise.
GOLF senior writer Michael Bamberger identifies 7 things you need to know this week in the game of golf.
Marc Leishman is heating up, while Justin Thomas looks like a bounce-back candidate. Plus, a few sleepers for your lineup.
Steve Stricker never won a major championship, but he’ll be ready to lead the U.S. team in 2020. After all, we nearly gave him the gig in 2016.
It is not J.B.’s responsibility to play fast. He has little incentive to do so. And golf’s rulers have made it that way.
As Bay Hill is to Arnie and the Memorial is to Big Jack, this Los Angeles golfing get-together is to Woods.
Are you a professional golfer who’s suddenly in a media sh*t-storm of your own making? We’re here to help. Just follow this playbook.
Sergio Garcia is far from the first notable to issue a headline-making mea culpa. Here’s our list of the game’s 13 most memorable apologies.
In a new feature, we try to identify one player far down the betting board who’s set up to be a factor in this week’s tournament — and maybe even win it.