These infrared videos of Rory McIlroy and Billy Horschel's golf swings are the coolest thing you'll see today. We can't stop watching the McIlroy swings.
Harrison Ford had a terrifying trip to a golf course on Thursday afternoon near Los Angeles.
It's almost the middle of March and Rory McIlroy still hasn't broken par on the PGA Tour. What gives?
Ever wondered how it looks like cars are "floating" on the water at various golf events? Here are all your answers.
If you didn't submit an application to caddie for Adam Scott, it might be time to reevaluate some things.
Arnold Palmer will get the Masters started even if he "fans" one.
Thongchai Jaidee experiences something we've all experienced before. Poor guy.
J.B. Holmes shot a 62 on Thursday at Doral and nobody could understand which course he was playing.
Is Patrick Reed a villain or isn't he? Peter Uihlein has a man crush on Tom Brady and Geoff Ogilvy gives his four most upbeat golfers ever.
Rory McIlroy is very comfortably the No. 1 golfer on the planet, but what he's doing right now can't even touch what Tiger Woods did in 2000.
Matt Kuchar is a really good athlete but apparently not a good enough basketball player to bury half-court shots at NBA games.
Lexi Thompson is contending at the HSBC Women's Championship. An ace on the first day will do that for you.
You might be surprised at the only seven golfers who have made the cut at the Masters over the last five years.
Paula Creamer nailed the same putt twice in a span of 12 months at the HSBC Women's Championship. Only one counted, but both were incredible.
Adam Sandler and Bob Barker look back on their days making Happy Gilmore and share a few more laughs (and punches).
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March 5, 2015
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