Welcome to GOLF’s ‘That’s Debatable,’ presented by Cisco, where our staffers lock horns over classic golf arguments.
Golf’s governing bodies announced new rescheduled dates for the 2020 Masters, U.S. Open and PGA Championship on Monday.
Norman was expecting to hear from Woods. He didn’t, for months. Then something unexpected happened.
Wild Sunday charges. Collapsing contenders. An unlikely hole-in-one?! We simulated the 2020 Masters — and wound up with a fantastic finish.
Bryson DeChambeau touched on several topics during a livestream with fans, including that he’s put on 12 pounds over the coronavirus hiatus.
Kevin Na made a 12-over 16 during the 2011 Texas Open, a memory he shared this week as this year’s event was canceled due to the coronavirus.
Bubba Watson showed on his social media feed how to hit a golf ball both left- and right-handed after tossing it onto a roof.
Nike caused a stir with its first Tiger-related ad campaigns, “Hello World” and “I am Tiger Woods.” What do we make of them now?
The Augusta National Golf Club’s pro shop may be closed due to the Masters postponement, but there are still plenty of items to buy online.
On Saturday the President told the leaders of major sports organizations that he hopes they can return with fans in four to five months.