Of all the very jarring things Tony Finau did at last year’s Masters (including a how-did-he-do-that top-10 finish), jarring an ace was the least of it.
Defending Valero Texas Open champion Andrew Landry talks winning, heartbreak, and where Curtis Strange can shove his criticism.
John Smoltz, who won 213 games and saved 154 more, is trying his hand at professional golf.
For Hossler, swinging into the new season means first looking back — at his rookie year, his days as a Longhorn and his devotion to the Dodgers.
From a career-saving win to a career-threatening trip to the operating table, Troy Merritt, 33, saw the best and worst of times in 2018.
Austin Cook won his first Tour event in just his fourth appearance when he claimed victory at the RSM Classic last November.
Whaley has dedicated her life to the game, and now the woman who once played in a PGA Tour event will take over as PGA of America President.
How did Cantlay become so philosophical about life and his success on the course? One close-to-home tragedy, time away from the game, and some good books.
Abraham Ancer, 27, and Roberto Díaz, 31, tee it up on Tour with an eye toward the game’s optimistic future south of the border.
He's won plenty, but finished runner-up many, many times. What does that do to your perception? Charley tells us all about it.