Rickie Fowler finished his first round at the Quicken Loans National in style, making a hole-in-one on the 200-yard ninth hole.
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Not since Spaulding Smails found a Baby Ruth bar floating in the pool at Bushwood Country Club in "Caddyshack" has there been such a blatant breach of golf etiquette as what's been going on in Norway.
PGA Tour player Billy Hurley III made an emotional appeal on Tuesday for help in tracking down his father who went missing on July 19.
It happens to me every time I go on vacation. I go wine tasting, and I want to buy a winery; I go to a coast resort, and I want to buy a bed and breakfast at the shore; I go play golf, and I want to buy a golf course.
PGA Tour veteran Robert Allenby and his caddie had a heated dispute during the Canadian Open that led a midround firing.
"Anything You Can Do" was a song written by Irving Berlin for a Broadway musical called "Annie Get Your Gun." It was written in 1946.
For the third time in four years, Adam Scott shared the lead on the back nine of a British Open. But after Monday‘s final round at St. Andrews, the former Rebel has still yet to hoist the Claret Jug as tournament champion.
American Zach Johnson claimed the second major triumph of his career after winning a four-hole playoff at the end of a captivating, cliffhanger of a final round in the British Open on Monday.
One of the simple pleasures of being a sports fan is rolling out of bed on a Monday morning and having something live to watch.
Former UNLV golfer Adam Scott shot a 2-under 70 in the third round of the British Open on Sunday, leaving him three strokes behind co-leaders Paul Dunne, Louis Oosthuisen and Jason Day heading into Monday‘s final round at St. Andrews.
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland ’ Rain at the Old Course at St. Andrews delayed British Open play for three hours Friday morning, but it couldn’t stop Adam Scott from shooting one of the best rounds of the tournament.
It was funny for a while — and some of his critics might never stop laughing — but now it’s just a bad joke. Tiger Woods‘ struggles on the golf course are getting old.
He has been described by some as a tragic hero, one whose error in judgment inevitably leads to his own destruction.
Tom Watson said 2016 will be his final appearance playing at the Masters. Watson, 65, said Wednesday that he no longer hits the ball far enough to be competitive at Augusta, where he has not made the cut since 2010.
I rarely back one of the shorter favorites, but D.J. appeals to me here. We all saw his untimely three-putt on 18 in the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay last month. He has not played in any events since that cruel Sunday, but I feel that gave him time to lick his wounds and come back focused.
If there is a dark side to Jordan Spieth, it has not been revealed yet. The new face of golf is a 21-year-old who looks like he never needs to shave and is as polite as a waiter.
The British Open is not a ceremonial stop on the Tiger Woods retirement tour, contrary to suggestions, Woods said Tuesday.
Bill Murray put on a show for the fans who followed him and pro golfer D.A. Points during their round at the John Deere Classic Pro-Am on Wednesday in Silvis, Illinois.
Phil Mickelson, who was linked to a recent money-laundering case connected to an offshore gambling operation, finally responded in what he called a “little report.”
World number one Rory McIlroy will not be fit enough to defend his British Open title after rupturing ankle ligaments playing football with friends, he said on Wednesday.
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump’s organization said on Tuesday that a professional golfing event scheduled for October at a Trump course in Los Angeles will be moved, the latest fallout from his vitriol against illegal immigrants from Mexico.
Rory McIlroy’s defence of golf’s British Open and a keenly-anticipated contest with American Jordan Spieth was thrown into doubt on Monday when he revealed he had ruptured an ankle ligament while playing football with friends.
Bubba Watson is just a good ol’ boy. Never meanin’ no harm. So the PGA Tour player decided this week to paint over the Confederate flag on the General Lee, the car featured in the 1970s TV show, “The Dukes of Hazzard,” that Watson purchased for $110,000 at a 2012 auction.
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