Have you ever seen a more subdued reaction from a guy who just won a U.S. Open than Brooks Koepka?
World No. 2 Rory McIlroy will try to give his sore ribs a go at next week’s U.S. Open at Erin Hills.
Jordan Spieth may not have won this week’s Dean & Deluca Invitational, but he certainly regained his putting stroke. That’s a good sign, especially with the U.S. Open less than three weeks away now.
No joke! A golfer playing at Winnapaug Country Club in Westerly, Rhode Island used a club to kill a rabid fox that attacked him on the 2nd hole.
My wife calls Jimmy Walker “The Insect.” So I guess it’s just a little funny that he recently revealed he’s battling Lyme disease.
Sergio Garcia’s first major championship win at the Masters comes on what would have been fellow Spaniard Seve Ballesteros’ 60th birthday.
Nothing slows your momentum quite like getting a four-stroke penalty in the middle of the final round of a major! What the heck is wrong with golf rulings these days? Let’s agree on something: when one round ends and the next one begins, no more rulings from the previous round should be allowed.
The Match Play is my favorite non-major Tour event. Great format change this year too. Now, the big names are guaranteed to stick around for at least three days instead of going home one and done!
Marc Leishman, winner of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, almost quit the game two years ago when his wife nearly died of toxic shock syndrome.
Great win for Adam Hadwin, but the guy to keep your eye on is the exciting former amateur from a few years ago, Patrick Cantlay.