The Ryder Cup fervor from 2014 still hasn't died down, and Ted Bishop has put pen to paper to describe what exactly Phil Mickelson is doing.
John Daly and Padraig Harrington probably don't have a lot in common. Now they share one very specific distinction involving a putter.
Find out when and how to watch the 2015 Cadillac Championship on television and streaming live online from Thursday through Sunday.
In 2013, Adam Scott became the first Australian to ever win the Masters. What are the chances somebody makes it two in three years?
The first WGC event of 2015 is upon us and the field at Doral is absolutely loaded with the world's best golfers.
For the first time in over two years, the top 50 golfers in the world will all play in the same tournament.
Padraig Harrington is one of the most thoughtful PGA Tour players in the world. That can be both interesting and perplexing at times.
Bubba Watson usually isn't one for being shy in public, but throw a green jacket at him and he wilts like Sergio Garcia with a final-round lead.
One of the three clubs in the British Open rota that previously banned female members is now allowing them. Will the other two soon follow suit?
Padraig Harrington is enjoying his win, Greg Norman has hot takes and the Puerto Rico Open doesn't know who its own champion is, it would appear.
Tiger Woods has been in the news for a number of reasons thus far in 2015. Here's a running list of everything important that has been said about him.
Jack Nicklaus has some takes on the Ryder Cup task force, and you're not going to be surprised what he has to say.
Bubba Watson's game was built for Augusta National but winning three of four Masters seems like an improbability at best.
Phil Mickelson had a late finish at the Honda Classic, which meant he had to bail on a round with Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler at Augusta National.
Is Rory McIlroy going to win two straight British Opens? It's certainly possible as he showed all the way back in 2010.
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