A Rory McIlroy fan on Facebook learned that a little groveling on social media can occasionally reap huge rewards. It all depends on who you ask and how you go about doing it.
Jordan Spieth had a season for the ages, without a doubt, and a massive tribute to his accomplishments — courtesy of one of his endorsement partners — was recently created in his hometown
Tiger Woods, nearing 40 years old, realizes that time is running out on his enormously successful career in professional golf, so says Notah Begay III.
Rory McIlroy was just being honest, but his comments about how the $10 million that goes with winning the FedEx Cup wouldn’t mean that much to him at this point in his extremely profitable pro
Anyone who has taken a look at Jordan Spieth sans the trademark cap he wears on the course is aware of one undeniable fact: The 22-year-old, two-time major champion is dealing with early-onset male p
Rickie Fowler earlier this year was ranked far and above as the most overrated golfer in the world according to a Sports Illustrated poll of his PGA Tour colleagues.
The notion of athletes consuming beverages — alcoholic or otherwise — along with foodstuffs and goodness knows what else is nothing new.
Donald Trump recently opined that of his many admirable qualities, one clearly demonstrates he’s more than qualified to be president: He’s a really good golfer.
Jason Day finally broke through following several near and heartbreaking misses in his pursuit of his first career major victory, holding off Jordan Spieth on Sunday while notching a record-breaking
Phil Mickelson’s money games during practice rounds ahead of tournaments — in particular majors — have become the stuff of legend.
Rory McIlroy took to social media early Friday morning and if one were to make inferences of his use of several emojis in an post to Instagram, the golfer has every intent of being in the field at th
Rickie Fowler finished up his first round at the Quicken Loans National with a bang courtesy of an ace on the par-3 9th hole, his final hole of the day.
Robert Allenby and Mick Middlemo engaged in a he-said-he-said war of words last week after the two abruptly ended their working relationship during the first round of the RBC Canadian Open.
In one of the oddest — and nastiest — stories from the typically prim and proper world of golf involves a wily, crafty and persistent “mystery pooper” who has been tormenting a golf course in
Jordan Spieth came up one stroke short of getting into a playoff on Monday at the Open Championship that would have allowed him continue his bid to go 3-for-3 this season in majors.