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 Ryan Moore.
ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas says that the U.S. Ryder Cup team can learn from the rise of USA basketball.
Charlie Sifford never dreamed he would visit the White House. Monday afternoon, in front of hundreds of guests, the pioneer golfer was honored for having integrated professional golf by President Barack Obama with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
In a vote that lasted only 30 seconds, the PGA of America not only elected its first female officer in the history of the organization, Suzy Whaley, but also moved past the overhang of removing former president Ted Bishop just a month ago for insensitive and sexiest remarks in a tweet.
In the 28 days since his removal, Ted Bishop has come to terms with what happened. In doing so, he doesn't necessarily agree with the outcome, but refuses to let it gnaw at him.
When Matthew Fitzpatrick left Northwestern after his first semester 11 months ago, his future in golf was anything but certain.
Depending on your vantage point, the recent Tiger Woods-Dan Jenkins feud is “much ado about nothing” or more “doth protest too much.” Like a Shakespearean play, the dust-up at the very least is comical.
When Brooks Koepka talked about his goals after his first career win on the European Tour, they consisted mainly of earning spots on the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cups teams in 2015 and 2016.
John Daly was in position Sunday to win his first event in a long time. Just four shots back of leader Wade Ormsby at the European Tour’s Turkish Airlines Open, Daly needed a solid final round.
The final round of the Turkish Airlines Open turned into an Old West-style shootout on Sunday with American Brooks Koepka posted a bogey-free 7-under 65 to win his first European Tour event over Englishman Ian Poulter at The Montgomerie Course Maxx Royal.