Just a quick odds update for Tiger Woods: Woods is a 1-3 – no, that is not a misprint – 1-3 favorite to win the FedEx Cup starting this week at The Barclays, according to Golfodds.com.
A father and his two small children stood outside the ropes at Sedgefield Country Club wearing “Saint X” T-shirts, cheering on 16-year-old Justin Thomas as he walked by.
Mike Reid raised his arms and let out a heavy sigh after sinking his playoff-winning birdie putt in the Jeld-Wen Tradition. Then he humbly removed his cap to shake the hand of opponent John Cook.
Rya Moore claimed his first PGA Tour title with a birdie on the third hole of a sudden death playoff to beat Kevin Stadler on Sunday at the Wyndham Championship.
This was the Michelle Wie everyone was waiting to see. She went 3-0-1 in her Solheim Cup debut – the best performance by any American.
Michael Sim has played his way onto the PGA Tour. The Australian won his third Nationwide Tour event this season, taking the Christmas in October Classic by two strokes.
Are you kidding me? Watching Sergio Garcia on the back nine on Sunday was like watching a Spanish train wreck, except for that bunker shot to get into the playoff.
Texas A&M men’s coach J.T. Higgins had to deal with a nerve-wracking finish – remember Bronson Burgoon’s walk-off wedge shot? – before getting to enjoy his team’s NCAA title.
The United States didn’t want to be called the favorites at the Solheim Cup. Winners has a much better ring to it.
You knew Morgan Pressel couldn’t get through the interview without tears. Pressel’s 3-and-2 victory over Anna Nordqvist gave the Americans the 14th point they needed to retain the Solheim Cup.
Janice Moodie and Natalie Gulbis each hit a tee shot on the 18th hole and then agreed to leave the match all square. Fitting end to a hard-fought week.
She was there at the beginning of the Solheim Cup, 1990, and she was there again at Rich Harvest Farm to watch in person for the 11th edition.
When it was over and Juli Inkster had fought back to earn a half-point for the victorious U.S. team in the Solheim Cup, one of the first people she embraced was her longtime friend, Meg Mallon, who served as one of captain Beth Daniel’s assistants.
The summer started with a lot of buzz around a few higher profile vacant coaching jobs, and now that the dust has settled, we have seen very little movement among head coaches. Of the 20-plus that were open this year, only three head coaches changed addresses: Nick Clinard (UCF to Auburn), Ria Quiazon (San Francisco to Oregon) and Emilee Klein (UCF to San Diego State).
England’s Simon Dyson came from six shots back to win the KLM Open, beating Ireland’s Peter Lawrie and Sweden’s Peter Hedblom in a playoff Sunday.
There might have been a rare celestial occurence over Missoula (Mont.) Country Club this summer, helping the club to achieve a historical feat never before seen in the state.
Can’t ask for much more than what the Solheim Cup has delivered these past three days.
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Five Oklahoma State players tee it up this week at the U.S. Amateur at Southern Hills. For Peter Uihlein, a Walker Cup spot is on the line.
For an opening act in Sunday’s singles at the Solheim Cup, you’ve got to give the ladies credit. Paula Creamer against Suzann Pettersen is the match you want to see.