Rory McIlroy showed precisely why he is the world’s number one golfer on Sunday, producing a dazzling performance in the final-day singles to spearhead Europe’s victory charge in the 40th Ryder Cup.
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When he was giving his induction speech at the Pro Football Hall of Fame last August, Jonathan Ogden kept coming back to how special a life he has lived.
Paulina Gretzky appears on the cover of the latest Golf Digest magazine in stretchy clothing, and a lot of the LPGA players are none too pleased.
Michael Jordan, the six-time NBA champion with the Chicago Bulls and current Charlotte Bobcats owner, hosted the pro-am portion of the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational at Shadow Creek Golf Club on Thursday.
The annual charity event at Shadow Creek Golf Club gives fans a close-up look at the celebrities and a chance to get an autograph, or in rare instances, a selfie
Don’t despair if you can’t get a tee time at Shadow Creek, the exclusive golf course in North Las Vegas. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton couldn’t, either, during one trip to town about six years ago.
Tiger Woods had surgery on his ailing back and said Tuesday he will miss the Masters for the first time in his career. The No. 1 player in the world is a four-time Masters champion.
Rarely does a high school golf team boast six golfers capable of shooting par on a given day.
Canada-based Pacific Links International has acquired the DragonRidge Country Club for just more than $11 million, adding the private Henderson golf course to its growing portfolio of high-end golf facilities in the Las Vegas Valley.
The brightest lights that interest Jimmy Walker are found in another galaxy through his high-powered telescope. He goes to Las Vegas strictly for work.
Tickets are on sale for the 13th annual Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational golf tournament at Shadow Creek Golf Club. The tournament, scheduled for April 3 to 6, has raised almost $7 million for charity and attracts celebrities from the sports and entertainment world.
A man doing some work in the attic of a golf shop takes a misstep and crashes through the ceiling. He then proceeds to have the most casual of conversations with a co-worker while still lying on the floor.
Amid the chatter of holidays and college football, Adam Scott already was hard at work on the far end of the range at Kapalua.
Jeff Rangel of Martinez, Calif., shot 16-under 200 over three rounds to claim a two-stroke victory in the Nevada Open, played on the CasaBlanca and Palms golf courses in Mesquite.
PGA golden boy Rory McIlroy and soccer wild child Wayne Rooney play a friendly 18 holes, but something seems a little off.
A Chatanooga, Tenn., golf shop owner made an unbelieveably horrible commercial with his camera phone and now his world is on fire.
Just more than three months ago, Inbee Park went to St. Andrews with a shot at becoming the first golfer to win four straight majors in one year. She was No. 1 in women’s golf by any measure — world ranking, money list — and it wasn’t even close.
It was Ladies Day on Tuesday at Henderson’s Rio Secco Golf Club, as Natalie Gulbis, Cristie Kerr and Stacy Lewis put on a show in winning the Wendy’s 3Tour Challenge. The LPGA Tour team posted a score of 17 under par to capture the first-place prize of $500,000.
There’s something about Southern Nevada which seems to bring out the best in Jason Day.
Tim Burke, of Orlando, Fla. won the World Long Drive Championship at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Wednesday.
I met the real Happy Gilmore on Monday afternoon. His name is Jamie Sadlowski, a 25-year-old former junior hockey player from Alberta, Canada, who can hit a golf ball 475 yards.
At first blush, it sounds like a gimmick sports event — a world championship to see who can crush a golf ball the longest distance at a raceway venue normally used by NASCAR car racers.
Mercedes Khumnark walked off the 18th green at Bear’s Best on Thursday and thought her shot at a state title had vanished.