PGA Championship's Centennial Being Celebrated Where It All Started In BronxvilleSiwanoy Country Club in Bronxville, New York, was the home of the very first PGA Championship in 1916.
WATCH: Bubba Watson, Oakley Unveil Jetpack Golf CartUsing a run-of-the-mill golf cart might become a thing of the past if Bubba Watson gets his way.
Liguori: British Open's Final Round Was One For The History BooksTheir showdown emerged into a classic Ali vs. Frazier-type confrontation with the quality of jabs -- the shots, the punches, the putts, the back and forth. It turned into the most entertaining final round I’ve ever watched.
Mickelson Maintains Lead On Rainy Day At British OpenOn a rainy day at Royal Troon, Phil Mickelson finally ran into a bit of trouble.
Mickelson Just Misses Major Championship-Record 62, Leads British OpenPhil Mickelson is the 26th player in major championship history to shoot a 63. And he has reason to be disappointed.
Silverman: Day Has Edge Over Red-Hot Johnson In Vastly Underrated British OpenIn a sports world that is often as much about the hype as it is about the competition itself, the British Open is perhaps the most underpublicized sports event of the year.
Jordan Spieth To Skip OlympicsTwo weeks ago, he publicly voiced concerns about security and Zika virus.
Golf World No. 1 Jason Day Pulls Out Of Olympics Due To Zika FearsGolf has lost two of its biggest stars in the last week, adding to the perception that the Olympics are not a high priority.
Liguori: Full Props To U.S. Open Champ Johnson For Handling AdversityDustin Johnson has finally won a major title, and he may just be the most deserving winner yet.
Andrew Landry Loses Lead But Keeps Cool At US OpenDustin Johnson took the 36-hole lead in the U.S. Open on Saturday without ever hitting a shot.
Dustin Johnson Finally Bogeys, Trails Landry By 1 Stroke At US OpenHis first bogey of the U.S. Open dropped him to 3-under par, a shot behind first-round leader Andrew Landry.
Liguori: Pair Of Unknowns Light Up Soggy First Round At OakmontAndrew Landry set himself up with a 10-foot birdie opportunity on the par-4 9th before play was called for the day.