AUGUSTA, Ga. – In this one-of-a-kind Masters that had no fans and no roars, Dustin Johnson made sure it had no drama. And when he polished off his five-shot victory Sunday with lowest score in tournament history, he had no words.
Like last year, it happened during breakfast at the Masters. Like last year, everyone was talking about Tiger Woods and the 12th hole.
Nothing about this Masters will look familiar until the champion slips his arms through a green jacket.
We fix that with the first pros roundtable of the season as Mark Gardner (Qualchan), Jeremy Wexler (Palouse Ridge) and Matt Bunn (Hayden Lake) discuss Bryson DeChambeau’s impressive U.S. Open victory, the challenges of COVID-19 and who they turn to when their game hits a rough patch.
Matthew Wolff didn't follow any of the rules of succeeding in the U.S. Open.
MAMARONECK, N.Y. – Every shot required full attention. Every hole was a test. Every par was valued.
This wasn't the kind of fun Justin Thomas had in mind for a U.S. Open at Winged Foot. But he'll take it.
It’s been a season like no other for the golf industry, but also one of the best ones in recent memory for area courses.
ATLANTA — If Dustin Johnson isn't careful, the world will see right through that devil-may-care disguise he's been wearing for more than a dozen years. If he keeps showing such determination to add new titles to his portfolio, as he did at this Tour Championship, we're going to start mistaking him for someone who takes this golf thing as serious art.
“It really got my thinking maybe for the first time in my life about this kind of stuff,” Triplett said. “I’ve had an African American son for 18 years and this stuff has been going on this whole time. He’s had some racial incidents, but mostly minor things. For the first time it just really hit me, what can I do?”
NORTON, Mass. — Dark clouds gathered. Thunder rumbled. Lightning flashed on the horizon. Just as unsettling was seeing Dustin Johnson in complete control of his game with a performance worthy of his return to No. 1 in the world.
Clarkston native Joel Dahmen, playing some of the finest golf of his career since the PGA restarted in June, enters the first event of the FedEx Cup playoffs well positioned to make some noise.
Hayden’s Ella Wilson and Pinehurst’s Braylyn Bayer took top honors at the Idaho State Junior Amateur earlier this week at Pinecrest Golf Course in Idaho Falls.
Clarkston native Joel Dahmen shot four rounds in the 60s, hung around on the PGA Championship leaderboard throughout and posted his best finish in a major.
Spokane’s Justin Krasselt and Amanda Nguyen and Chewelah’s Anna Davis captured WJG state championships Friday in their age groups at Manito Golf and Country Club.
When the two connected later by phone. Whaley informed Runyan that he was the winner of the 2020 PGA Patriot Award.
Eric Ansett, the Fairways. The Fairways, Eric Ansett.
Bayley’s game and, perhaps more importantly, mindset have been trending upward for months. It started with his quality play on the Outlaw Tour in Arizona before his breakthrough win at the Reno Open in June, which came with a $15,000 check and an exemption into the Barracuda Championship with his room taken care of this week.
BLAINE, Minn. — Without a gallery around him on the 18th green, Michael Thompson settled for a subdued victory celebration at the 3M Open with a FaceTime call home to his wife and children in Georgia.
Central Valley High’s Kami Twining and Gonzaga Prep’s Tommy Kimmel took top honors in the Washington Junior Golf Association (WJGA) District 5 championships held Monday and Tuesday at Palouse Ridge.
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