Justin Rose edged Jason Day and Phil Mickelson for the 2013 US Open trophy, but I explain why the real winner this year was Merion and the USGA.
The Brex Golf BG-1 Putter looks unique. How's it work?
In the game of golf there is one only Jack, Mr. Nicklaus, but there is a man with a similar name that is just as famous as the Golden Bear who dabbles in the game. Jack Nicholson, a reporter 12 handicap, enjoys his country club daysShow More Summary
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño pleased with his finish at the US Open – Golf News Justin Rose was no doubt the man with huge smiles on his face on Sunday, when he defeated the top-notch field at Merion to secure his first major title victory at the US Open. Show More Summary
Justin Rose will savor his U.S. Open win for a couple of days and then get right back to it at this week’s Travelers Championship. Rose, thanks to his two-stroke U.S. Open victory at Merion Golf Club in suburban Philadelphia last week, is the headliner for the tourney at which Bubba Watson won his first PGA Tour event in 2010. Show More Summary
“Here he comes!” shouted a golf fan as Phil Mickelson approached the first tee at Merion Golf Club, outside Philadelphia, on Sunday. “Here he comes!” The crowd roared as Mickelson walked up the fairway; moments later Mickelson’s playing partner on this final round of the U.S. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods said that soreness in his left elbow would keep him out of the AT&T National at Congressional next week, and that he would not compete until the British Open next month.
Or he just doesn't want to play Congressional, which I can understand.
Earlier this month we were introduced to Caleb C, the 5-year-old rapping golfer that gave us a preview of his first music video, "I Love Golf." The reaction to his cute video was positive, and now Caleb C has finished the video and the...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has been diagnosed with a left elbow strain that will keep him out of competition until next month's British Open at Muirfield, the world number one said on Wednesday.
Tiger Woods' bad month continues, as the golfer will miss the 2013 AT&T National with a left elbow strain, per the noted golf enthusiast's official website. "I have been advised to take a few weeks off, rest and undergo treatment. I'll be ready to go for the British Open, and I'm looking forward to playing at Muirfield. Show More Summary
Keegan Bradley was one of the first of Jason Dufner’s colleagues to go all-in on the “Dufnering” craze, which he helped spread like wildfire via Twitter. #dufnering @DJohnsonPGA @BrandtSnedeker pic.twitter.com/ktnASZ2aQV — Keegan Bradley...Show More Summary
It seems if it isn't bogeys that is holding Tiger Woods back at the major championships, it's injury, and another one suffered at a major will be forcing Woods out of golf action in the coming weeks. Woods announced on his website that...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods' sore left elbow will keep him out of competition until the British Open.
Justin Rose says he may need adrenaline to carry him through the Travelers Championship after winning the U.S. Open last week.
STEVE STRICKER IS A GOOD SPORT. We know that. Now there's another example. Stricker was a good sport in the above Avis "I'm a savage" commercial. Fun stuff. Asked about the spot last week at the U.S. Open, Stricker said, "I hear that a lot from the galleries. Show More Summary
Here’s a quick first look at a great 4-wheel golf push cart which I’m reviewing now. In my league this afternoon I’ll be putting my new Sun Mountain Micro-Cart Sport...