In this week’s ranking of the best things in golf, a first-hand account of watching 16 U.S. Open champions tee off at Cypress Point tops the list.
Tiger Woods’s win at Pebble in 2000 touched off an era of unprecedented dominance. Can he summon yet another defining performance this week?
Back-to-back U.S. Open Champ Brooks Koepka says players complain too much, and he’s right. Time to stop the excuses.
Lots of people wrote Graeme McDowell off as a disappearing act after he won the 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Well, where are they now?
In this week’s mailbag, Shipnuck addresses if there’s any hope for curing slow play on the PGA Tour, wades into the Hank Haney controversy and much more.
Woods may not win the Arthur Ashe Courage Award anytime soon, but he’s trending in that direction.
Hank Haney’s hurtful comments about women’s golf have motivated U.S. Women’s Open players to fight even harder for recognition and respect.
If you listen to the women in golf, one theme is clear: Being a woman in a game so dominated by white male American men is endlessly challenging.
Tiger’s advice for Bryson, Peyton’s advice for Tiger, Midwestern understatement and all things Memorial in this week’s “7 Best Things.”
Alan Shipnuck dishes on Brooks Koepka’s major potential, swoons at one of Jack Nicklaus’ lesser-known records and much more.