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In a new feature, we try to identify one player far down the betting board who's set up to be a factor in this week's tournament -- and maybe even win it.
The President has reportedly spent more than 100 days at his golf resorts. But with whom has he teed it up? One newspaper hopes to solve that mystery.
Francesco Molinari shot a bogeyless two-under 69 to win the 147th British Open at Carnoustie on Sunday. Molinari played in a group with Tiger Woods.
British Open week is almost here, and Woods is already in the UK, where he went to Wimbledon and gave a golf clinic at an iconic soccer stadium.
David Beckham is bringing soccer to Miami, but his proposed stadium site is home to the city's only municipal golf course, and the First Tee isn't happy.
Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day — they all struggled. Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth, too. Just about everyone was beaten down by a tough day at Shinnecock, but hey, this is the U.S. Open after all.
Woods conducted a junior clinic in Florida, where he met Pratima Sherpa, an 18-year-old with a humble upbringing and big dreams.
The PGA Tour has witnessed a war on the swings of old. Nowadays, players have pushed the limits of the game thanks to technology, fitness and analytics. At the core of the game today is a shared philosophy: max out whatever you've got.
Under the stars and next to the bright lights in Las Vegas, the MSOP debuted this year with pros and amateurs alike competing for tens of thousands of dollars. Yes, you can get in on the action, too, if you're willing to fork up the cash.