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.
Herewith is the definitive (albeit premature) ranking of every protagonist in this topsy-turvy 42nd Ryder Cup.
Senior writer Alan Shipnuck fields your questions on Tiger Woods’s Tour Championship win, dream Ryder Cup singles matches and more.
Want to know just how thin-skinned European golf fans are? Take a swipe at their (too old, too green, already-toast) Ryder Cup team—and watch out.
It’s clear Woods still has more backbone than any other player in golf. Suddenly the ascent up Mt. Nicklaus has begun again, though up next is Snead and his record 82 wins.
From redesigning No. 4 to the thrilling short course, the many changes at Pinehurst have moved the needle. Get ready for a fun experience.
Shipnuck takes on long-lost questions about Reed’s rep among fans and the most disappointing major course he’s played.