The 2014 PGA Tour season was highlighted with breakout performances, cash grabs and a top player who filed on all cylinders. The lowlights were plentiful, too. Jim McCabe presents 10 of the most notable moments.
The past year on the PGA Tour was without excitement from the Dynamic Duo of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. In their absence, a lesser-known cast of characters created moments worth remembering.
Over the final two weeks of 2014, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight Billy Hurley III.
After an end-of-the-year run through Japan, China, and Australia, Adam Scott has settled on veteran Mike Kerr as his new caddie.
Peter Maich, who served as the chairman of the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund's annual banquet, stayed connected to the game of golf despite having to battle leukemia in the later years of his life.
Over the final two weeks of 2014, we will be breaking down players that rose and fell over the past 12 months in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings. Today, we highlight Nicholas Thompson.
Officials at the Farmers Insurance Open were in the holiday spirit Tuesday, confirming the initial round of exemptions into the Feb. 5-8 tournament at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif.
Given Keegan Bradley's rousing golf success, it could be assumed that he provides the family a focal point around which to can rally a passion for golf. The Bradleys, however, are a family with deep golf roots.
Donald Ross, golf’s most prolific architect, is the subject of a two-hour movie from Cob Carlson called “Donald Ross: Discovering the Legend.”