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Wednesday, December 30, 2015
By John Holmes After winning two straight majors en route to one of the best seasons in PGA Tour history, how will Jordan Spieth fare in 2016?
By Doug Ferguson No one knows for sure when Tiger Woods will compete again, and that includes Woods.
By John Holmes Tiger Woods turns the big 4-0 today, and he's getting a lot of birthday love on social media.
By Tod Leonard LA JOLLA, Calif. – Tom Weiskopf was driving and had to pull off the road.
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
By Dan O'Neill ST. LOUIS – Tiger Woods turns 40 on Dec. 30.
By Doug Ferguson European Tour Chief Executive Keith Pelley laid out ambitious plans with hopes of becoming a "viable alternative" to the PGA Tour. That starts with an increase in prize money, and he went so far as to say that it would make
By Doug Ferguson Jordan Spieth and caddie Michael Greller have made a bet each of their three years together. Greller sets a number of times Spieth must hole out from off the green, and if he surpasses the number, Greller has to take him out for dinner.
By Doug Ferguson Imagine if Rickie Fowler could blend his last two seasons. Last year was all about the majors.
By Doug Ferguson Billy Horschel wanted to be the first player to win the FedExCup in consecutive years.
By Bob Gillespie BELMULLET, Ireland – Two years ago, when I first discovered Irish links golf and Ireland in general, I knew I wanted to return someday.
By T.J. Auclair People who are addicted to golf will go to great -- even preposterous -- lengths to play the game they love.
By T.J. Auclair By now we all know that NBA superstar Steph Curry is a golf nut. On Monday night, ESPN's Darren Rovell tweeted out a photo of Curry with his high school golf team.
Monday, December 28, 2015
By Jeff Shain HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Pete Dye, then newly selected for the World Golf Hall of Fame, found himself in need of a little inspiration on a visit to Long Cove Club a few years ago. Each Hall of Fame member had
By David Lauderdale HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. – Jack Kilgore knew nothing about real estate or resorts – or even the Lowcountry – when he decided to buy a jungle known as Fripp Island. He was on a fishing trip with a fr
By Charley Walters ST. PAUL, Minn. – Sammy Schmitz, the four-time St. John's-Collegeville All-America golfer who in October earned entry to the 2016 Masters by winning the U.S.
By Mark Wogenrich ALLENTOWN, Pa. – Though he's a native Texan who plans to serve Texas barbecue at his Masters Champions dinner in April, golfer Jordan Spieth can trace his lineage to the Lehigh Valley.
Saturday, December 26, 2015
By Mark Aumann Santa Claus could have gotten Caleb Watson something a little less messy for Christmas, like "Chutes and Ladders" or "Twister." Instead, he brought "Pie Face." And dad just had to give it a try.
By Mark Aumann In his most recent "Christmas letter" posted to his website, Tiger Woods reflected on the ups and downs of a difficult 2015, his hopes for a return to competitive golf in 2016 -- and his feelings about turning 40 on Dec. 30.
Friday, December 25, 2015
By Dan Herbeck BUFFALO, N.Y. -- During last year's bitterly cold winter, Frank Mangor would have thought you were crazy if you told him he would be golfing on Christmas morning of 2015.
DUBAI -- His confidence on a high after swinging his way into record books, Bryson DeChambeau is primed for a fresh challenge when he makes his maiden appearance in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club Feb. 4-7.
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