South Carolina, Arizona and California all rank high on the last. None is No. 1, though.
John Peterson is one crazy dude. If you didn't believe that before, you will after you read about how he videoed himself killing a chicken with a 6-iron.
Jordan Spieth will go for the Grand Slam over the next month. He's using technology to help him out.
The Most Interesting Man in Golf is bored by your tennis, people.
Tiger Woods is now 20-1 to win the Open Championship at St. Andrews.
From Tom Kidd to Louis Oosthuizen, the Old Course has seen several grand champions in its time as the Open Championship host.
Bill Murray is bringing some star power to TPC Deere Run this week. He'll add the John Deere Classic to his usual Pebble Beach pro-am appearance.
Rory McIlroy is hurt, and now people are piling on. They're also asking his ex questions.
Jordan Spieth is now the favorite to win the 2015 British Open at St. Andrews. He's also closer to winning the Grand Slam.
This juggling golfer must have played soccer in another lifetime. His juggling routine is something special.
Tiger Woods played well at the Greenbrier and racked up a top 35 finish. Here's why that's incredibly important.
Shaquille O'Neal shot a golf ball into a cup last week. Then he did a dance.
Rory McIlroy announced on Sunday evening that he hurt his ankle playing soccer and it appears he will have to sit out the Open Championship at St. Andrews.
Danny Lee wins, but Bubba Watson, Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas were the big stories out of the Greenbrier. Oh yeah, and a chipping putter who lost in a playoff.
Robert Streb is just out here contending for the Greenbrier Classic with a wedge on the greens.
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July 6, 2015
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