An overwhelming fan favorite when he splashed on the PGA Tour, Tim Herron is ready to add to his legacy with a stint on the Champions Tour.
Alan Shipnuck riffs on Tiger and Champ, whether or not the golf ball really travels too far, and why Bradley is the Jordan Brand golfer.
Alan Shipnuck weighs in on the odds of ever seeing Phil or Tiger in the booth, Sergio’s win in Spain and the one story he wished he could’ve written.
Gankas has a simple swing thought he likes to impart: “For maximum speed and control, you gotta go up, down, up.”
He teaches in flip-flops. So what? If George Gankas strikes some as odd, that doesn’t include his 100,000-plus Instagram disciples.
Truth is, we already miss Johnny in the booth. Our senior writer Alan Shipnuck weighs in on Johnny’s career and what remains of the Ryder Cup.
Reed certainly is a polarizing figure. But have we seen someone like him before? Alan Shipnuck tackles that question and more.
Mickelson has been there for every Cup since 1994, playing a greater role than any American. He faded this year, and it may have been his last chance.
Predicting the future is risky business. When I wrote my infamous column last summer, the landscape of European golf looked very different.
It will be far from easy, but if the U.S. is looking for reasons for optimism, there are a few glimmers.