It only seemed fitting that on a gorgeous Sunday at Whistling Straits, the Aussie got what he deserved.
Jason Day and Jordan Spieth are going head-to-head, each determined to hold up the Wanamaker Trophy at the end of the day.
Tiger Woods said he would spend the rest of the weekend in Florida watching the leaders at the PGA Championship, probably from his new sports bar.
The weather was ripe for scoring — hot, humid, very little wind. That is, until a huge storm rocked Whistling Straits.
Dustin Johnson said he was super patient, stayed focused all day and he controlled the ball.
McIlroy is making his return from an ankle injury that has kept the 26-year-old out of competition since he finished tied for ninth at the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
To prevent any controversies at this year’s PGA Championship, a notice to players regarding the 1,100-plus bunkers on the course has been posted in every place imaginable.
Herb Kohler’s legend has expanded beyond the kitchen and bathroom manufacturing business.
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.