With Tiger Woods choosing not to enter the Wells Fargo Championship, the golf world continues to wonder when he will return to PGA Tour competition.
Have attended nearly 80 majors (including each of Tiger Woods’ 14 major victories), and nine Ryder Cups. Multiple winner, GWAA Writing Awards, including best column, 2003. Former golf writer at Orlando Sentinel, where previous beats included the NHL and NFL. At 17, won club championship at Dennis Pines, and attempted (key word, attempted) to play at Florida Southern College on a team that eventually would include two-time U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen, near-U.S. Open champion Rocco Mediate, and longtime PGA/Champions Tour player Marco Dawson (a fraternity brother). Master of the low punchout from the trees …
Stories by Jeff Babineau
John Daly, golf’s blue-collar, mythical Paul Bunyan, is turning 50 on April 28, and ready for his PGA Tour Champions debut.
While some players are dropping out of the 2016 Olympics in Rio, others are still excited for the chance to win a gold medal.
After appearing at a junior tournament, Tiger Woods once again has become the talk of the golf world.
Last year, Jordan Spieth entered the final round of the Masters with a four-shot lead. This year, he leads, but is feeling a different vibe.
Jason Day has had some rough times at points during the 2016 Masters, but, somehow, he is only three back ahead of the final round.
The World No. 1 began his tournament 5 under through 14, but, through a baffling series of mistakes, has played his last 22 holes in 6 over.
The opening round of the Masters wasn't kind to Ernie Els, who made a 9 at the first hole, and Jason Day, who shot 31-41.
A year after sinking a career-altering putt to make the cut in a Web.com Tour event, Smylie Kaufman will play his first Masters at Augusta National.
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