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Sometime after Paul Azinger stopped winning and before he went on television to talk about those who were, he described pressure in the simplest terms. He said players only choked for cash or prestige. The FedEx Cup was a little of both for Dustin Johnson.
Tiger Woods has played his entire career before the largest galleries and the loudest cheers.
Jon Rahm is the No. 1 player in the world. The best player in golf? That depends on the week.
The move was expected, yet no less exceptional, when the IOC decided to postpone the Tokyo Olympics until next year.
The Ryder Cup is more than six months away, and all it took was a four-letter word from Paul Azinger to get Europe worked up over defending more than just the gold trophy.
The PGA Tour delivered plenty of drama during the West Coast swing. Most of it was outside the ropes.
Adam Scott has worked his way back to among the elite in golf.
There is no better place for Tiger Woods to set the PGA Tour record for most career victories than at Riviera.
The concept of a world tour – the latest name is “Premier Golf League” – has been around for the better part of six years.
The question was in Chinese, so Rory McIlroy stared aimlessly until his eyes widened suddenly upon hearing two words he could understand. Brooks Koepka.
Phil Mickelson looked boyish in a dark suit that hung from his shoulders and appeared to be two sizes too big, the result of losing 28 pounds. He says he has more energy. He talks as though he has more optimism than ever, if that’s even possible.
The toughest competition for Tiger Woods has always been history. What captured the public’s attention when Woods won the first of his 15 majors, the 1997 Masters, was whether he could match or beat the 18 majors won by Jack Nicklaus, long considered the gold standard in golf. That remains the ultimate target. Until then, he landed a big one in Japan.
If everything had gone according to plan, Patty Tavatanakit would be in North Carolina this week preparing for two weeks of the LPGA Q-Series in her bid to earn status on the LPGA Tour. It didn’t work out that way. It went much better.
Steve Prater can recall only one time in more than 30 years as a PGA professional that he refused payment for a golf lesson. Lanto Griffin doesn’t know where he would be without it.
The next Ryder Cup starts in 360 days, the perfect occasion for the opposing captains to meet Tuesday at Whistling Straits and share absolutely nothing. That’s not entirely true.
Kayli Lucas is headed to Pebble Beach to play in a PGA Tour Champions event, a dream week for a 17-year-old girl from Tennessee who knew nothing about golf until a friend from church invited her out for a lesson at The First Tee.
Suzann Pettersen achieved one of the rarest feats in golf. The winning shot in the Solheim Cup? Yes, it starts there. That putt she made from just outside 6 feet on the 18th green at Gleneagles was the main reason why Pettersen should be the envy of anyone who has competed as long and as well as the feisty Norwegian.
The Player Advisory Council is meeting this week during the BMW Championship, and slow play is on the agenda. The tour all along had planned on the final PAC meeting of the year to be devoted entirely to solutions for a problem that apparently has no quick fix or it would have been fixed a long time ago. So this could take some time.
With power and personality, Maria Fassi has the package to be a star.
The leaderboard next to the 18th green at the U.S. Open again was filled with red numbers under par. The only difference was the scenery.