Not only has David “El Tucan” Ortiz been paid, he and Matt Kuchar also met in Mexico and apologized to one other.
Caddie advice from Bones Mackay, wizardry from Luke Donald, shade from Kevin Kisner and an unforgettable roar: Valspar Friday had it all.
Geer-Park rededicated herself to the game as a teenager. Now she’s a star at Michigan State and has earned a spot in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur.
In the latest installment of a week-long series inside the ropes, GOLF’s Dylan Dethier grinds through a tough opening round caddying for Martin Trainer at the Valspar.
On day three of Caddie Chronicles, the author gets some much-needed advice from a Tour caddie before the tournament begins.
Through a day and a half on the caddie beat what impresses me most about my player is his ability to go against the grain on Tour, where there’s a certain amount of pressure to just fit in.
Alexa Pano drives it 260, rarely misses a green and nearly won a Symetra Tour event. Oh, and she’s only 14 years old. Meet the youngest player in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur field.
I’m pulling double duty this week: PGA Tour caddie by day, GOLF.com writer by night, with the aim of giving you an inside look at the life.
On Moving Day at the Players, there’s moving up (Jon Rahm) there’s shipping off (Kevin Na) and there’s hanging out (Tiger Woods).
Months after their Ryder Cup partnership flamed out in the tabloids, Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed were plenty chummy at the Players.