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.
Bryson Dechambeau has flashed the all-around game it takes to win this week. There are also a few players flying under the radar who look like great fits for Riviera.
Name a better long-term career than Phil Mickelson’s. There might be one on the Champions Tour.
In this installment of Alan Shipnuck’s mailbag, Shipnuck tackles Phil’s resurgence, Tiger’s return, and how Sergio will be welcomes on Tour.
It was raining as if it might forget to stop, a soaker so Homeric that even the puddles complained of feeling damp. Not a single soul that comprised the Honourable…
“You just don’t like golf?” asks the kind woman at the front desk of Fusion ATL, an athletic training center in posh Buckhead. “So why are you here, exactly?”