He may not move the needle, as they say, quite like Tiger, but Rory McIlroy’s fan base should be right up there.
The divide just keeps growing. There’s Rory McIlroy, looking like the man to beat at Valhalla. Then there’s Tiger Woods, now most concerned with making it to the weekend.
Looking much like a guy playing just his 11th competitive round since back surgery, Woods was spraying shots all over Valhalla on Thursday.
Tiger finally arrived at Valhalla on Wednesday, after three days of speculation about whether his ailing back would allow him to compete in the final major of the year.
Joe LaCava was at Valhalla. So was his car, a silver SUV parked in the spot assigned to the four-time PGA champion. As for Woods? Stay tuned.
Jonas Blixt, highly ranked professional golfer, talks about his favorite golf course and playing the game growing up.
A charity in honor of one of three students killed in a fire at a Seton Hall University dorm 14 years ago is looking to make a difference and prevent other catastrophes.
Make this a summer to remember for the whole family with these five ways to bring everyone together while enjoying the warmer weather.
With a stunning display down the stretch, including a pair of eagles, Rory McIlroy put a stranglehold on his third major championship by shooting a 4-under 68 Saturday, sending him to the final round of the British Open with a daunting six-shot edge.
Known as the oldest golf tournament in the world, the 143rd British Open is currently underway. A winner will be awarded the trophy on Sunday, July 20th.
No one crushes golf balls in style like John Daly.
Stacy Lewis has the early edge at Pinehurst No. 2. But so far, the conversation at this year’s Women’s Open has centered around 11-year-old Lucy Li.
All of you newly converted Erik Compton fans can follow him at the Travelers Championship, the PGA Tour event taking place Thursday through Sunday at TPC River Highlands, just outside of Hartford.
Kaymer ran away with the U.S. Open title this weekend, showing off an impressive all-around game, clutch putting, poise and composure.
The 114th US Open at Pinehurst has concluded and Martin Kaymer won by 8 shots (9-under). While he may have won the $8 million purse, his play didn’t speak louder than some of his opponents’ pants.