The PGA of America is moving its Grand Slam of Golf from Donald Trump’s golf course in Los Angeles, the first significant fallout for golf from the Republican presidential candidate’s comments on illegal Mexican immigrants.
Rory McIlroy chances of an unprecedented re-peat just got even more slim.
An exciting four days in West Virginia ended with an even more exciting playoff.
While many are surging towards the top of the leaderboard in West Virginia, golf’s biggest name continues to struggle.
Donald Trump says the golf industry supports him because “they know I’m right.” Four leading golf organizations said he’s wrong.
Things don’t appear to be turning around for Tiger Woods.
The No. 1 player in golf already has three wins in 2015, including a World Golf Championship, and he has finished in the top 10 at both majors.
Jordan Spieth is halfway home to the Grand Slam, a prize only three of the biggest names in modern golf have ever chased.
Phil Mickelson loped off the first tee at Chambers Bay early Tuesday, the morning sun still hidden within a slate-gray sky, when two women with snow-white hair squealed in delight.
Tiger Woods has been working hard to get his game back to a place where he can contend to win tournaments again.