Pushing the Olympics to next summer will greatly enhance Tiger Woods' chances of making the team, turning Olympic golf into a big deal.
Alan Shipnuck ponders what the scheduling break on the PGA Tour will mean for certain players, and which events he will miss most.
On a warm afternoon with a breeze blowing in from the sea, it became obvious why golf still matters, even in the midst of a global crisis.
The debate has been raging for decades, but just when you thought the answer was 'Nah,' two heavyweights went bonkers on Twitter.
Nick Taylor batted back Phil Mickelson on Sunday, but firm and fiery Pebble Beach Golf Links also played a starring role.
Bill Mallon and Chris Greeley were well-suited to life on Tour until the yips — and other aspirations — took hold.
Woods has been tasked with bringing Pebble Beach's Peter Hay par-3 course back to life. It is a richly symbolic partnership.
Alan Shipnuck fields your questions about Phil Mickelson's decision to play in Saudi Arabia, a potential Presidents Cup upset and more.
After a wild, historic 2019, golf deserves its moment in the limelight. Enter the Shippys, awarding the best and wackiest of the year in golf.
With four wins, a pair of majors and a record streak that bested Tiger, Jin Young Ko should be a runaway for POTY, says Alan Shipnuck.