He’d prefer to focus on his final chance to salvage the 2010 year, even if it’s at a silly-season event such as the Chevron World Challenge.
Tiger Woods attributes his first year without a win to turmoil at home and on the golf course.
Suzann Pettersen has made a habit of finishing runner-up this season, but she has one final chance to win. Beth Ann Baldry explains.
If any players at the final stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School are looking for ways to occupy their time off the course this week, Chris Tidland probably could offer some ideas. He’s been through the drill a few times.
Skip Kendall instantly changes the channel when he sees Q-School coverage on his TV.
Martin Kaymer’s excuse for missing the Chevron – tiresome in its own right – makes sense, given the trend of globe-trotting for cash.
When PGA Tour Q-School begins Wednesday, expect there to be stories of heartache and jubilation at golf’s ultimate pressure-cooker. My favorite story involves Mac O’Grady, and comes courtesy of Gary McCord.
Former N.C. State player Stephen Lewton was among the 72 players who advanced Tuesday from the second stage of European Tour Qualifying to the European Tour’s finals, which begins Saturday.
White golf grips became a phenomenon in 2010. Golf Pride, Winn and Lamkin introduced white grips that invaded the golf landscape like, well, a snowstorm.
It’s been 25 years since a black golfer advanced from Q-School to the PGA Tour. Adrian Stills, the last man to qualify, wonders: Who is next?
Pinehurst sometimes is described as America’s home of golf. Some might debate that point, but certainly few spots in this country can match the Sandhills’ golf history and concentration of notable courses.
Rater’s Notebook: St. George’s Golf & Country Club
Every once in a while a course pops up on the radar screen and just speaks to you powerfully and relentlessly. This enchanting place is St. George’s Golf & Country Club.
Matteo Manassero is the PGA European Tour’s Rookie of the Year after becoming the youngest player to win a tour event.
Golf great Fred Couples expects Tiger Woods to play better next year and revive interest in the PGA Tour.