The ankle is a terrible limb to injure. It could never be the same.
Watson was on the PGA Tour for five years before he won his first title. But since then, the quirky lefty from Bagdad, Florida, has pleasantly surprised us.
A lot will be said of the tough Chambers Bay course and Dustin Johnson not being able to close out another major. But in the end, the week belonged to Jordan Spieth.
The fact that Day even played Saturday in the U.S. Open is remarkable based on collapsing on Friday in Round 2 from vertigo.
What we’re witnessing with the downfall of Tiger Woods’ golf game is disturbing on many levels.
Phil Mickelson started the first round of the U.S. Open looking like the 2013 British Open champ he was.
There are almost too many questions that need to be answered.
This is the first time a U.S. Open will be hosted on a makeshift “links” layout. It offers so many variables that it will make players’ and viewers’ heads spin.
Getting women’s professional golf the recognition it deserves has been a long, arduous process. A huge step forward will be taken Thursday at Westchester Country Club.
To celebrate Nicklaus’ legacy and history, on and off the course, the United States Golf Association officially opened the Jack Nicklaus Room on Wednesday at its headquarters.
The golf world has a refreshing new champion. And lucky for the sports world, he’s exemplary on and off the course.
Spieth will take his 16-under par 200, the lowest 54-hole score ever at the Masters, to the first tee box.
While Spieth was gaining more fame with his brilliant play, his mentor, two-time Masters champion and fellow Texan Ben Crenshaw, played his very last Masters after 44 appearances.
Jordan Spieth shot a stellar 8-under 64 in the first round Thursday at Augusta National, nine birdies overall — his only blemish was a bogey on the 15th.
With Tiger Woods at Augusta and with the status of his game still a mystery, this year’s tournament should be more exciting than ever.