On day three of Caddie Chronicles, the author gets some much-needed advice from a Tour caddie before the tournament begins.
Through a day and a half on the caddie beat what impresses me most about my player is his ability to go against the grain on Tour, where there’s a certain amount of pressure to just fit in.
I’m pulling double duty this week: PGA Tour caddie by day, GOLF.com writer by night, with the aim of giving you an inside look at the life.
Eddie Pepperell has always been honest about his golf career; in a blog post Monday, he revealed frustrations leading into his near-win.
Remember that Sundays aren't automatically this fun—This Players really was better than most, and you'd do well to revel in its glory.
Jon Rahm shot a Sunday 76 at the Players, but was proud of how he handled his emotions. "I’m proud of the way I handled myself, old Jon would have lost it," he said.
Tiger Woods says he's healthy, and he feels like he's playing well. After an up-and-down week at TPC Sawgrass, what's next?
Mexico's best golfer, Abe Ancer, is facing down some big names on a big stage on the biggest Sunday of his golf career.
Saturday was supposed to set up a Fleetwood - McIlroy showdown at the Players. But Jon Rahm had other ideas, seizing the lead with a sizzling 64.
Tiger Woods and Kevin Na shared a laugh after a bizarre pair of birdie putts in this must-watch video from 17 on Saturday at the Players.