The First Tee has earned accolades for introducing America’s youth to golf and teaching them life skills. Now, with the help of Annika Sorenstam, it’ll provide them with health and wellness instruction, too.
Welcome to golf's version of March Madness . . . but in the Accenture Match Play Championship, No. 64 could realistically knock off No. 1.
It looks like carefully calibrated mutual interest might just bring together two powerful golf forces in New Jersey.
It’s hard enough for Tiger Woods to live up to the standards he set with a golf club in his hand.
Wilson Golf posted a double-digit percentage sales gain in 2010. That’s no small feat in a tough economy. Gene Yasuda explains how the nearly century-old brand rejuvenated itself.
John Mallinger won the Pebble Beach Invitational on Sunday, birdieing four of the last six holes for a 4-under 68 and a two-stroke victory over Jason Gore.
Bubba Watson made an 18-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to cap a comeback victory for the PGA Tour team in the Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge on Tuesday.
And in this first week of the 2010 PGA Tour postseason, let us pause to give thanks to Jim Mora, who provided iconic status to that popular word from our sports dictionary. “Playoffs? Don’t talk about – playoffs? You kidding me? Playoffs?”
Elin Nordegren and Tiger Woods confirmed Monday that they have divorced. They will share parenting of their two children.
Arjun Atwal won the Wyndham Championship becoming the first Monday qualifier since 1986 and the first Indian-born player to win on the PGA Tour.
Fred Funk won the Jeld-Wen Tradition Sunday for the second time in three years, notching his third major victory on the Champions Tour.
American Cristie Kerr reclaimed the No. 1 ranking in the world this week from South Korean Jiyai Shin – without even playing a shot.
At the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship, it’s time to go low or go home. It’s the final chance to qualify for the FedEx Cup playoffs – and that means plenty of pressure for players such as Mike Weir, who are perched precariously on the bubble.
Tiger Woods remained No. 1 in the world ranking Monday, though not even close to that on two lists – the Ryder Cup and FedEx Cup – that mean much more these days.
Sunday at the U.S. PGA Championship was all about mistakes – who made them and who didn't. Martin Kaymer of Germany won the year's final major – and a Ryder Cup spot – through a playoff over American Bubba Watson. Dustin Johnson lost another major opportunity with a gut-wrenching penalty on 18.
There was an Aussie atop the leaderboard at the U.S. PGA Championship with a realistic chance of winning the year’s last major. But, it wasn’t the youngster Jason Day, who shot 66 Saturday at Whistling Straits to start the final round tied for fourth.
Liang Wen-chong was left to ponder what might have been after claiming a tie for eighth place at the U.S. PGA Championship.
Dustin Johnson had a 7-foot putt to win the PGA Championship. Minutes later, he wasn’t allowed in the playoff when he was penalized two shots for grounding his club in a bunker on the final hole Sunday.
Pepperdine sophomore Danielle Kang won the U.S. Women’s Amateur on Sunday, beating Jessica Korda, 2 and 1, in the 36-hole final match at Charlotte Country Club.
Matt Kuchar’s rise to stardom didn’t follow the linear ascension many projected for him following his memorable Masters in 1998. But “Kuch” finally may be meeting such lofty expectations. He’s leading the way at the season’s final major.
Sights from the second round of the U.S. Open, played June 18 at Pebble Beach (Calif.) Golf Links.
Graeme McDowell won the 110th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss his keys to victory.