Now that the majors are over, Adam Scott is going after the only big prize left this year — a shot at the $10 million FedEx Cup title.
Yes, Mother Nature is the boss, and it will help dictate what kind of Open we have at historic Merion Golf Club.
Golf’s governing bodies approved a rule Tuesday that outlaws the putting stroke used by four of the last six major champions, a move opposed by two major golf organizations that contend long putters are not hurting the game.
Will 2013 be the year that Tiger roars? Silverman thinks so…
It’s unfair to label Bradley or any golfer who anchors their putter “a cheater.” And it’s unfair that after all these years the governing bodies are now looking to change the rules.
Jerry Recco’s first update of the morning was more about losing then winning, beginning with the two local baseball teams, who between them couldn’t manage a win over the weekend.
Ernie Els won the British Open Championship in sensational fashion, following Adam Scott’s collapse.
Will Graeme McDowell, the affable Irishman who won the U.S. Open two years ago at Pebble Beach, hold on? Or will Jim Furyk hold on and continue to play consistent, solid golf? Can Lee Westwood finally put it all together?
Here’s one vote for Tiger Woods remaining in contention through hole No. 72 — and perhaps beyond — to turn this into the most compelling golf drama in years.
Woods is 37-2 when he has the outright lead going into the final round, and Sunday will show if he has regained his status as the most formidable closer in golf.
Rory McIlroy held off Tiger Woods to win the Honda Classic and will be ranked golf’s new #1.
Norman said if he could change anything about the Presidents Cup, it would be to give the host team the option of deciding the schedule of play, and giving the International side four captain’s picks instead of two.
It was a glamorous night at the Waldorf=Astoria Monday, as legends from the sports and entertainment world gathered to raise money for the Marc Buoniconti Fund, a project devoted to curing paralysis.
All three of them were outside the top 70 in the FedEx Cup standings, on the verge of being eliminated from the chase for a $10 million prize.
The US Open will return to Long Island’s Shinnecock Hills in 2018, heading back to a course that produced one of the most embarrassing final rounds in the tournament’s history.