Tiger Woods set to return to competition at Hero World Challenge

The last time the world saw Tiger Woods play professional golf was in 2015. He tied for 10th place at the Wyndham Championship. He did not leave the golf world due to lack of competitive fire. Woods, arguably the greatest golf in the history of the game, took time off due to recurring injuries. He is scheduled … Read more

The Americans beat the Europeans 17-11 to earn first Ryder Cup in last three tries

Sunday morning featured twelve singles matches that were set to determine the Ryder Cup. The Americans needed only 5 points to secure the victory, their first in three Ryder Cup events, or six years. However, the Europeans, even with the win streak, have never won four Ryder Cups in a row. The stage was set … Read more

Americans come on strong in the afternoon session, take 9 1/2 to 6 1/2 lead over Europeans

After the Americans jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the morning yesterday, the Europeans took 3 of 4 in the afternoon to close their deficit to 5-3. The morning session on Saturday was electric and full of drama. Having lost the last 3 Ryder Cups, it was important for the Americans to build upon … Read more

USA dominates the morning, Europe claws back in the afternoon on first day of 2016 Ryder Cup

The 2016 Ryder Cup kicked off this morning from Hazeltine Nation Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota at 8:35 in the morning with Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed taking on Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose in an alternate shot format. Having lost the last three Ryder Cups–an event played every two years–the Americans were looking to get … Read more

WATCH: Fan sinks 12-foot putt at Ryder Cup

The first high pressure putt at the Ryder Cup has been made. During practice at Hazeltine National Golf Club today, European Team members Rory McIlroy, Andy Sullivan, Henrik Stenson, and Justin Rose were working on twelve-foot putts. A particularly tricky putt from above the hole on the 6th green was giving them some trouble. This drew some … Read more

Olympic Golf: Americans make big moves on day three, Justin Rose leads by one.

Ricky Fowler was in a morning group on the beautiful new Olympic Course in Rio de Janeiro, and he caught fire. The American shot his lowest round, 64 (-7), worldwide since Tiger Woods’s event last year in the Bahamas, when he shot 65. This brought his overall score for the Olympic tournament to -3, six shots … Read more

Olympic Golf Recap, Round 2: Aussie Marcus Fraser holds one-stroke lead through 36 holes

The only thing going right for the Americans on the golf course in Rio is their fashion sense. #TeamUSA's Olympic hat game is strong. How strong? Our rankings: https://t.co/JSBdwATNSX pic.twitter.com/OliZNOrVaN — GOLF.com (@GOLF_com) August 12, 2016 Unlike their cool hats, their game hasn’t been as good. Matt Kuchar leads all Americans at -3, seven shots behind … Read more

Round 1 Recap: Dustin Johnson struggles, Jimmy Walker sets pace on Day 1

When the 98th PGA Championship came on the air at 1:00 PM EST, scores were low and Phil Mickelson and his group were finishing up. At this point, Jimmy Walker was working on a solid showing in round one and leading the tournament by one shot over Emiliano Grillo. At twenty-five minutes past the hour, one … Read more

PREVIEW: Baltusrol GC hosts the 98th PGA Championship

Ten days ago, Henrik Stenson walked off the 18th green at Royal Troon as the “Champion golfer of the year.” Now the world’s best players will be competing for the final major of the year, the PGA Championship. This week will be the last shot players have at glory, the last chance they’ll have to win … Read more

Henrik Stenson shoots 63 in final round, captures first major championship

At 9:35 a.m. EST this morning the bell rung and a heavyweight championship began. These fighters, however, weren’t taping up Everlast boxing gloves, they were teeing up Callaway and Titleist golf balls. There were 81 golfers that teed the ball up this weekend at Royal Troon; in reality, there were only two that mattered, Phil … Read more

British Open Day 3: Stenson turns in another strong round to take lead at Royal Troon

Day 3 at Royal Troon was nothing out of the ordinary for an Open Championship. The course itself played at a +2 average on the day, with only 13 of the players in the field carding a round under par. Two players who did shoot under par were the guys who have led the entire … Read more

British Open Day 2: Tough weather conditions make for an interesting weekend

If you happened to catch both of the opening rounds of this year’s Open Championship, you would be hard-pressed to believe you were watching the same tournament. Day one was a day full of sunshine, warm temperatures, and low scores. Phil Mickelson was certainly enjoying the weather on day one, he came within inches of … Read more