The Presidents Cup has a problem: When it comes to golf, there is no genuine rivalry between the United States and the rest of the world.
In a year when golf tournament sponsors have been crucified for excessive spending on Sheryl Crow concerts and the like, one company is making the case that sponsoring golf still is good business.
Tiger Woods watched the band and hung out with Cowboys.
Thomas Bjorn is set to step down as chairman of the European Tour’s players committee when it meets Thursday to discuss tougher restrictions on membership rules.
Robert Allenby said Wednesday he has apologized to Anthony Kim about his comments after losing to the American in the Presidents Cup, and both golfers said the issue was over.
For some, the PGA Tour season is winding down. To many others, it’s just starting. The first stage of Q-School starts next week and Jim McCabe has all his pencils sharpened.
Yes, I know . . . the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro is seven years away. But that doesn’t stop us from being excited that golf is back in the Olympics after more than a century. And we’re going to be counting down every moment.
Mathias Gronberg is teeing it up on the Nationwide Tour at this week’s Miccosukee Championship. That’s normally an innocuous statement, but it will have an impact on the Nationwide Tour record books.
Seve Ballesteros is hopeful that his health will allow him to play a round at next year’s British Open at St. Andrews.