Who deserved an A, and who should get an F? Alan Shipnuck doles out grades to each Presidents Cup player and their captains.
By dispatching International team hotshot Abraham Ancer in the opening match, Tiger Woods didn’t just earn a crucial point. He also made one.
As an Australian fan at Royal Melbourne this week, I’ve been struck by the largely warm reception for the U.S. team, the pesky flies notwithstanding.
By the time the flags are raised and the final bro hugs are hugged, this will almost surely go down as the most interesting Presidents Cup ever played.
Sunday’s Presidents Cup singles finale may be the last time Tiger Woods plays tournament golf in Australia, a bittersweet moment for his fans.
Tiger Woods put his full support behind the team of Patrick Reed and Webb Simpson — and hasn’t gotten what he bargained for.
The American playing-captain Tiger Woods produced a masterpiece during the first day at this Presidents Cup.
Patrick Reed couldn’t escape the penalty he made days earlier during the first session of the Presidents Cup. He was an easy target for fans.
Alan Shipnuck fields your questions on Patrick Reed’s rules controversy, what warrants a DQ on Tour, the Presidents Cup and more.
How good is Royal Melbourne? Nick Faldo, the persnickety Englishman, once said,”The West Course might just be the best golf course in the world. Period.” Yet the Composite Course being…