From Chris Pratt to Bill Murray, the longtime Hollywood power player has a seemingly endless supply of great celebrity anecdotes.
Rodgers, the face (and arm) of the Green Bay Packers, is one of the best golfers in the NFL, but here's why he never considered a pro golf career.
In an exclusive interview, the Formula One icon proves he knows his way around a track — including Prestwick and St. Andrews.
The former White House correspondent was recently named anchor of the CBS Evening news. Can she swing it? Absolutely.
Dennis Quaid has starred in some of the most beloved sports films ever made, but his true passion has always been golf.
When not playing basketball and winning NBA titles with the Golden State Warriors, Andre Iguodala loves playing golf.
In his Texas hometown, an eight-year-old Burnett watched local legend Ben Hogan practice, igniting a passion for the sport that’s a close second to his love of music.
Rick Reilly on his round with Trump, making his first ace, and why everyone should experience Pebble Beach.
The actor kills it as "War Machine" in the "Avengers" flicks — and crushes it on the golf course, too.
Few movies get golf right. Fewer still add to the game's lexicon. (We all know what it means to "pull a Tin Cup" or to "let the big dog eat.") Several years after the film's release, the stars of Tin Cup (Costner! Russo! Cheech!) take us back to '96 and the making of the most authentic golf movie ever.