They were once America’s unbreakable, unshakable duo. Today, things have gone frosty. How did Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed get here?
Is Justin Rose playing exciting golf? Not really. But that’s partly why he’s so impressive – and why this tournament is all but over.
No longer working with Tiger Woods, psychologist Jay Brunza’s golf work carries on. This week, he’s out following 28-year-old Dylan Frittelli.
Jon Rahm is the favorite, but Justin Rose and Patrick Cantlay look like better bets. And be sure to watch for a few sleepers.
Why do so many players best Phil down the stretch? Is a five-major season a good idea? Alan Shipnuck answers your most pressing queries.
The newest version of GOLF aims at accomplishing what it has long done: providing something viewers did not already know.
Anyone can be a mentor, whether they are a 10-time champion or if they play to a 10 handicap.
Would that number be 10 percent? 5 percent? Alan Shipnuck answers that question and more in this week’s mailbag.
Golf didn’t take long to make its Jeopardy! debut. There it was, in the first pilot episode, on Sept. 18, 1983. “The answer is,” began the mustachioed rookie host, Alex…
With 359 starts on Tour and no victories, Davis has the longest drought among all active players. And yet, he insists he’s happier than he’s ever been.