Maginnes On Tap: So what if his career has been somewhat of an afterthought to Americans? Paul Lawrie proved at Medinah that his game deserves much credit.
The PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs act as one of the few universal playoff languages, with the rest of the sports world simply going crazy with realignment and systems that don't make sense.
From Rickie Fowler being announced as Charl Schwartzel to the budding bromance between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, our John Maginnes offers musings from the BMW Championship.
The Wyndham Championship has grown by engaging community and listening to the players.
Maginnes On Tap: In the coming months, it seems a foregone conclusion that the R&A and USGA will ban "anchoring." That's bad for business, and it is time for each pro tour to govern its own rules.
Maginnes On Tap: Once commonly referred to as the British Open in the U.S., it is now easy to see why it is rightly called the Open Championship.
Maginnes On Tap: In a week when we honor our independence as a nation, golf's recognition of our men and women of military service is from the heart.
Maginnes On Tap: The USGA should take a page out the R&A's playbook and use the series of tournaments leading up to the U.S. Open as automatic qualifiers.
In the agony of defeat, two players stepped up after the Travelers Championship and accepted the blame.
John Peterson was frustrated with his game a mere three weeks ago. Now, after a T-4 finish at the U.S. Open, the outspoken former LSU star is on the road to Tour status.