After Henrik Stenson finished a recent TV shoot, Ian Poulter approached the newly minted FedEx Cup champion and Race to Dubai leader with a side bet.
Tiger Woods worked his magic in Friday’s second round, climbing to just one shot back of FedEx Cup champion Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter and two others.
Sweden’s Henrik Stenson, Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn and South Africa’s Darren Fichardt shot 8-under 64s and are tied for the lead after the first round at the weather-delayed Turkish Airlines Open was completed on Friday morning.
Argentina's Ricardo Gonzalez and Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen took advantage of the wet conditions from an overnight storm to shoot 6-under 66s Thursday and share the first-round clubhouse lead in the Turkish Airlines Open.
Evening storms on Wednesday lasted through Thursday morning, delaying the start of the first round of the Turkish Airlines Open at the Montgomerie Maxx Royal.
When Vijay Singh was playing in the recent Shriners Hospital for Children Open in Las Vegas, his lawyers were thousands of miles to the east, arguing in New York Supreme Court that his lawsuit against the PGA Tour should not be dismissed.
Very few players can sum up their season with the term “amazing,” but that was how Justin Rose graded his 2013 campaign Wednesday before the Turkish Airlines Open.
Tiger Woods is at the Turkish Airlines Open this week for his first tournament of the 2014 season. Woods also talks about his game, hitting golf balls on from Europe to Asia on Tuesday and his end to his tiff between himself and Brandel Chamblee.
Cleveland Golf, which Roger Cleveland left in 1995, has sued its founder’s current employer, Callaway Golf, for use of the Cleveland name.
U.S. real-estate mogul Donald Trump is one step closer to winning a legal tussle with the Scottish government over the development of a wind farm off the North Sea coast.
Rory McIlroy is suing Horizon Sports just days after he split from the management company. The dispute, which Irish media reports say concerns commissions paid by McIlroy to Horizon, was filed in Commercial Court in Dublin. The move comes after McIlroy left Horizon to form his own firm.
Congress is considering a bill that would strip the tax-exempt status of sports leagues, potentially affecting how the PGA Tour and LPGA do business.
Tiger Woods' back has been an issue for a while and clearly bothered him this week, especially with all the starts and stops because of the weather; plus rain and more in our Presidents Cup notes.
Coming into the 10th Presidents Cup matches, Jordan Spieth had been hailed as the new American wunderkind.
Mother Nature is making it just a little difficult for the Presidents Cup with rain forcing postponements the first two days and now four of the six second days foursomes matches will continue into Saturday’s third day of matches.
Phil Mickelson went with 13 clubs Thursday at the Presidents Cup, then struggled in his opening match.
Though many modern golf fans might associate Jack Nicklaus with Muirfield Village, his roots in the game actually are about 15 minutes south of here, at Scioto Country Club.
On this side of the pond, it's known as “bottle.” On the western side of the Atlantic, it's called "heart." That’s what Tom Watson wants to see when he brings his U.S. Ryder Cup team back to Gleneagles next year in a bid to capture the elusive Ryder Cup.
Once a game monitored by yourself and your playing competitors, is golf headed to being policed by high-definition TV and technology? Our Alex Miceli says that we are losing sight of the fact that it is a gentleman's game.
Tiger Woods enters the Tour Championship atop the FedEx Cup standings, but he must play well at East Lake to secure the FEC title, as well as potential yearly awards.
At the Tour Championship, PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem acknowledged the challenges of dealing with "fan phone-ins," adding that the topic warranted further review.
Peter Jacobsen is known just as much for his comedic wit as for his golf game. On Tuesday at the Tour Championship, Jacobsen’s on- and off-course traits were recognized with the prestigious Payne Stewart Award.
Speaking to the media for the first time in nearly 48 hours, Tiger Woods didn't hide his frustration about a two-stroke penalty assessed after his second round Friday at the BMW Championship.
Brandt Snedeker looking to become first player to successfully defend Fed Ex Cup title after opening 63; Scott Piercy, Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy implode in first round at BMW Championship.
Despite saying all season that he likely would not play in the Tour Championship, Steve Stricker has made the decision to travel to Atlanta because of his current eighth-place standing in the FedEx Cup.
The U.S. team can point to many reasons it won the 44th Walker Cup, but one of those has to be how it played the par-5 18th hole.
Max Homa’s last tournament round as an amateur was a match-play loss to Kevin Phelan 2 and 1, but it will be memorable as the Cal Bear made an ace on the short par-3 sixth hole.
Blind caddie draw lines up international players, loopers; complete list of player-caddie pairings; U.S. captain Jim Holtgrieve sends hugs all around
The par-3 fourth at National Golf Links comes right out of golf history -- Saturday it tortured Walker Cup competitors with a hole location that was as far back as legally possible on a green that was impossible to hold.
Gramem McDowell's Walker Cup experience got his appetite whet for the Ryder Cup. See what he had to say about his time representing GB&I.
Luke Donald played on the GB&I Walker Cup Team in 2001, and still keeps in touch with a lot of his teammates from that team.
Rickie Fowler looks back at his time on Team USA at the winning 2007 and 2009 Walker Cups. He also talks about getting a phone from 2013 Walker Cup participant, Michael Kim.
Russell Henley had won a professional event as an amateur, and had the opportunity to turn pro before the Walker Cup, but decided against it. Henley was glad he got to play on the team.
Having played in other team events (the Wyndham and Palmer Cup), Matt Kuchar always had his sights on the Walker Cup, and representing his country.
Even though he was on two losing two teams, Bryce Molder had only 'good thoughts' about his experience on Team USA at the Walker Cup.
Two-time major-champion winner, Rory McIlroy talks about his time on the 2007 Walker Cup team for GB&I.
Now a rookie on the PGA Tour, Jordan Spieth reflects about his time on the 2011 USA Walker Cup Team.
Bad elbow. Bad play. Both have been storylines in Scott Piercy’s season, but help came from an expected source –- former player turned TV analyst Peter Jacobsen.
The European Tour raised the ante for membership, prodding players to compete in their home country – or else.
The second leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs started in earnest with Phil Mickelson making a move early in Norton, Mass., just outside of Boston. Ian Poulter and Chris Kirk were among the others who made noise Friday at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Ted Ray made only one visit to The Country Club, but he left a lasting impression with a third-place finish in the 1913 U.S. Open. Yet, the major winner has yet to be put in the World Golf Hall of Fame. Isn't it about time?
Matthew Fitzpatrick knocked off Canadian Corey Conners 2 and 1 on Saturday at the U.S. Amateur, using incredible touch on and around the greens to advance to the 36-hole finale on Sunday.
Leaving Brookline, Mass., after a 4-and-3 defeat to Matt Fitzpatrick of England in the quarterfinals Friday, Adam Ball still believes he can win the U.S. Amateur -- but must wait until next year.
Fox has approached two-time major winner Greg Norman and offered him the job of lead analyst for the network's golf broadcasts set to debut in 2015.
Entering this week's PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club, Jim Furyk, 43, finds reason for optimism despite a rough season. He put a new Callaway FT Optiforce driver in his bag two weeks ago and likes the results.
Shona Malcolm, Ladies’ Golf Union CEO, spoke with Golfweek’s Alex Miceli during the recent Ricoh Women’s British Open, which returned to the Old Course at St. Andrews.
From Elie to Kingsbarnes to, of course, St. Andrews, golf's spotlight on Scotland has brought plenty to the attention of our Alex Miceli.
A collection of Sam Snead memorabilia, including his 1946 Claret Jug, fetched more than $1.1 million at Heritage Auctions in Rosemont, Ill.
As a rule, any event played at "The Home of Golf" is a special one, and this week’s Ricoh Women’s British Open is no exception.
From Royal Lytham to Prestwick to St. Andrews' Old Course, there is plenty to see in the British Isles between the Senior and Women's opens; including a chance encounter with a young up-and-comer prepping for the latter.