A late-night chat with his coach worked wonders for England's Chris Wood as he scored the joint lowest round of this year's Open on Sunday, signing off with a seven-birdie 65.
Tiger Woods believes he justifies a place in the United States Ryder Cup team despite missing the year's first two majors through injury and finishing dismally at the British Open on Sunday.
It is not often a 64-year-old eclipses his much younger playing partner in a major championship but it happened on Sunday when the seemingly ageless Tom Watson put one over on Australian John Senden.
Even after his worst 72-hole finish in a major, Tiger Woods says he would pick himself for the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Tom Watson's ball rolled on to the 18th green at Royal Liverpool on Sunday and most of the spectators in the horseshoe grandstand gave him a prolonged standing ovation.
Does Rory run away, does he fold, is it dull, holding pattern golf?
It's a major Sunday and Tiger Woods is wearing red and black, and if you squint a bit — and don't look at the clock or the scoreboard — you could almost think it's 2000 or 2002 or 2006 again. But, no, it's 2014, and here's Woods, spending more time looking for balls in the gorse than driving them onto the fairway. Show More Summary
Rory McIlroy tees off in the British Open with a commanding lead and a shot at moving closer to a historic achievement.
Rory McIlroy will pick up a first prize of 975,000 pounds ($1.67 million) if he wins the British Open later on Sunday and his father Gerry also stands to pocket 50,000 pounds on a 10-year-old wager.
Your browser does not support iframes. The Open Championship is underway! Here's your complete roundup of the third day. When Rory McIlroy is on, there's nobody who can touch him. Not Tiger Woods, not Phil Mickelson, nobody. When he's dialed in, and granted, it's not often, McIlroy is as good as anyone in golf, ever. Overstatement? Perhaps. Show More Summary
Because many people want to know how Tiger Woods is playing – and many others want to rant about how much coverage the world's most famous golfer gets – this is for you. Freed of the weight of expectations, 14 strokes behind leader Rory...Show More Summary
Rory McIlroy might not be the only winner at the British Open on Sunday.
Lee-Anne Pace of South Africa shot a three-under-par 68 to grab a share of the lead with Laura Diaz in the Marathon Classic in Sylvania, Ohio.
Fumie (Alice) Jo never trailed in her 3-and-2 victory over Eun Jeong Seong to win the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship on Saturday.
Former NHL star Jeremy Roenick shot a second-round 69 to take the lead after 36 holes and former LPGA great Annika Sorenstam and Chad Pfeifer, who lost his left leg above the knee serving in Iraq, are among several players in contention in the American Century Championship tournament on Saturday.
I'm not sensing Rory McIlroy will do anything but dominate tomorrow.
A fun journey away from the Open this morning with Golf World editor Jaime Diaz took us
Byeong-Hun An had four birdies in his first six holes and was five under on Saturday before making two bogeys.
Players who work with Butch Harmon, who has instructed Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, have fared especially well in the major tournaments of 2014.
Byron Meth beat Doug Ghim in the first playoff hole after blowing a three-hole lead down the stretch to win the U.S. Amateur Public Links championship on Saturday.