Ever wonder how hard it is to work as a caddie on days where its down pouring? Multiple caddies and players give different reasons why playing in the rain and still shooting a low numbers is tough.
Finding a plugged lie in a bunker at the 16th, then suffering a penalty on the next green, Matteo Manassero stays positive even while lamenting a tough end to his second round at the PGA Championship.
Robert Garrigus has proven that he can overcome obstacles before. After rocky last few months on the golf course, Garrigus saw his recent fortunes change Thursday at PGA Championship.
On the surface, it had all the appearances of a cozy set of circumstances, but J.J. Henry said it was just happenstance. More than how he got into the 95th PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club – with the withdrawal of his friend, mentor and sometimes caddie, Mark Brooks.
Daniel Popovic finished an astonishing 49 shots behind Tiger Woods at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Yet, he's smiling. The Aussie is returning home to his cancer-striken father after a four-month trek to fulfill his golfing dream.
Tiger Woods' steamrolling of the field at the WGC-Bridgestone had a very interested spectator -- his 4-year-old son, Charlie. He likes to emulate his father, but pops isn't going to force the game on him.
Tiger Woods not only owns Firestone CC in Akron, Ohio, he owns WGC events. Here are 5 Things to Know about Tiger's victory Sunday at the WGC-Bridgestone.
Saying he started the day wanting to add to his seven-stroke lead, Tiger Woods failed along those lines – but not many others. Here are 5 Things to Know from Saturday at the WGC-Bridgestone.
On a day when the second round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational produced one number that mattered above all, 61 – as in the score that put this tournament firmly in Tiger Woods’ grasp – let us focus on another number. Five. As in 5 Things of note from Friday at Firestone Country Club:
Tiger Woods was at his vintage best Friday – a stern-faced, steel-eyed, laser-shooting, flawless-putting machine who appeared to be on a mission. That mission ended in a second-round 61 and a seven-shot lead at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
While Phil Mickelson and Brandt Snedeker struggled after recent victories, and Rory McIlroy played to level par, Webb Simpson made eight birdies in his Bridgestone debut to take the first-round lead at Firestone.
After a few years of turbulence, Henrik Stenson is letting the good times roll.
Nick Faldo's former caddie returned to Muirfield to loop for Ashun Wu of China, mostly as a way of celebrating a great memory – the 26th anniversary of his win on Nick Faldo's bag at the 1987 Open.
Twenty pros have made the cut in each of the year's majors after playing four rounds at Muirfield in the 2013 Open Championship – with several stars on the list.
Before we completely put Muirfield in the record books and turn our attention to Royal Liverpool, some scoring recaps:
In a timely anniversary of sorts, the PGA Championship at Oak Hill marks the 10th anniversary of the last time Phil Mickelson left a major as the best to never win one.
Forget whatever Hunter Mahan may have learned from last month's U.S. Open, the top-20 player in the world is looking for his first major championship at the 2013 Open Championship at Muirfield. He wasn't ready to win a few years ago, but he is now.
Don't let the sunny skies in Scotland fool you, Friday afternoon's groups -- or games as they are called at the Open -- faced a brutal test named Muirfield, and the course won in a knockout.
It started with Lloyd Saltman's quadruple bogey, moved to the same result for Brooks Koepka and then continued to haunt the field at the Open Championship. Welcome to the first tee, where your opening hole at Muirfield can derail your round early.
It’s not as if Zach Johnson doesn’t know how to go forward from disappointment; he chalked up last week's playoff loss to golf being golf, then marched to the lead at the Open Championship.
The Grand Slam talk surrounding Inbee Park has captured the attention of Pat Bradley, who once stood in a similar position.
Two weeks later, Jonas Blixt still doesn't understand the criticism at Greenbrier; Keegan Bradley says Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson are money; plus more in our notebook.
On a pleasant Wednesday on Scotland’s southeast coast, Rory McIlroy seemed light years removed from the comfort of his PGA Championship win. Smiles weren’t as plentiful, answers not as playful, body language not as carefree.
Tiger Woods is dead set against playing the week before a major, even if on those occasions when he did he won. Phil Mickelson, on the other hand, played poorly at this year's Masters and will tell you it's because he didn't compete the week before.
Brooks Koepka has spent the year traveling Ahmedabad, Padova, Lasne, Dritec or the Canary Islands -- on the Challenge Tour. But it's a route has led him to Muirfield, and a friendly match with Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson.
Ernie Els officially handed back the coveted Claret Jug on Monday at Muirfield, handing over the impressive piece of silver to R&A CEO Peter Dawson.
11 years away from that Open Championship, retired from tour life since 2006 and living in Orlando, Fla., Gary Evans is rightfully proud of how he held it together under the most intense pressure for most of that glorious final round at Muirfield in 2002.
19-year-old Jordan Spieth is the latest example of a player making a move in Rounds 1 and 2, only to struggle on the weekends. But, he isn't alone, as the likes of Justin Rose and Tiger Woods are in the same boat.
It must have been the warm, sultry summer air of West Virginia, because a number of players reversed their recent form at The Greenbrier Classic. Plus, taking a look at players that have some work to do in the FedEx Cup race.
Johnson Wagner's caddie, Matt Hauser, lost his brother May 6 to a diabetic seizure, but the lessons that his kid brother taught him will live on forever.
At Muirfield in 2002, 'Monty' was at the height of his talents – and every summer he was a mess when it came to dealing with the pressure of winning the one championship that mattered most to him.
Used to be Americans were plentiful at the final qualifier for the British Open, but that was when the R&A played them the Monday and Tuesday of Open Championship week.
In the books as a six-time winner on the PGA Tour, "Toledo Strongman" Frank Stranahan was more heralded as one of the premier amateurs of his generation. He died last week at age 90.
Welcome to the side of the PGA Tour world that doesn't get televised – the painful one, the one devoid of big checks and red numbers. Not much fun.
Bubba Watson, Charley Hoffman and Graham DeLaet are in a three-way tie for the lead at the Travelers Championship at 10 under. Here are 5 Things you need to know from TPC River Highlands.
With winds picking up and greens firming up in the afternoon, Bubba Watson's morning 67 stood up for a two-shot lead after 36 holes at the Travelers Championship. Here are 5 Things to Know:
The first round of the Travelers Championship was filled with smiles, laugher and goodwill as the scoring was low at TPC River Highlands after high scores last week at the U.S. Open at Merion. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Cromwell, Conn.
Justin Rose has left 4sports & Entertainment AG to join Tiger Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg, at Excel Sports Management.
Here’s a look at some of the key junctures at Merion Golf Club and how those who played all 72 holes handled things at the 2013 U.S. Open.
Tiger Woods certainly has been active on “Moving Day” in each of the past six major championships. Unfortunately for him, the direction in which he has moved has been backward.
From the start -- two par 5s at Nos. 2 and 4 -- to the finish -- especially No. 18 -- Merion offers up a layout that will simply cause heartburn, and the numbers prove it.
While Adam Scott and Lee Westwood both hold their breath to get inside the cut line at 7 over, Merion showed its teeth on Friday in sending some of golf's best out of contention at the U.S. Open.
Luke Donald posted a 2-under 68 in the completion of the first round on Friday morning and followed it with a solid 2-over 72 to keep himself one shot off the clubhouse lead.
Given that she’s eight days shy of her 14th birthday and has never swung a club professionally, it wouldn’t figure that Amanda Mickelson would be part of U.S. Open folklore. But she is. Twice.
While Merion wreaked havoc with a few scorecards early -- just ask Keegan Bradley -- it was Mother Nature that stole the attention on the morning of the first round at the U.S. Open.
Phil Mickelson decided a while back to be home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., on the Wednesday before the first round of the U.S. Open to attend his daughter Amanda’s graduation from eighth grade.
Geoff Sisk entered the U.S. Open local qualifier in an attempt simply to get a competitive round under his belt. A few short weeks later, the 48-year-old will tee it up in his seventh U.S. Open.
Look up and down the entry list and you’ll find curiosities with players when it comes to the U.S. Open, but nothing confounds quite like the overall record of Luke Donald and Zach Johnson.
At a time when golf was dominated by the Brits and the game was only for the elite, Francis Ouimet and his 10-year-old caddie, Eddie Lowery, scripted an incredible story by winning the 1913 U.S. Open.
Nothing on his resume mentioned even a whisper of golf ability, but Jesse Smith figured he had to seize the moment.