The players and the props showed just how much the landscape of golf has changed at the HSBC Champions.
After battling arthritis for most of the summer, Phil Mickelson enters the HSBC Champions feeling healthy again.
It took Lee Westwood more than 16 years to reach the top of the world ranking, yet he has no great expectations of hanging onto the No. 1 spot for the rest of this year.
Stiggy Hodgson is the only player who competed in the 2009 Walker Cup included in the 23-man Great Britain & Ireland Walker Cup squad named Nov. 3.
The news recently that the University of Portland is eliminating its college golf program, put simply, really has me incensed.
The LPGA wraps up its Asia swing this week and tour members will be challenged to end a three-year victory drought at the Mizuno Classic.
Sit up and take notice. Gary Player turned 75 on Nov. 1. At least that’s what it says on paper. The body says something else. Ask the fitness freak how old he feels and he says, “I would say, realistically and honestly, that I am 40.” When the answer raises two eyebrows, Player responds, “I knew you’d get a shock on that.” Shocked, no. Inspired, yes.