Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia don't like each other, and they're making no effort to disguise their feelings.
Being Rickie Fowler would be pretty darn cool. He's a young, nice kid with a ton of potential and an even better ability to get fans involved (if you can look past the all-orange Puma line the stuff they've pumped out for Fowler is really,...Show More Summary
Martin Kaymer's popularity has gone down a notch on the other side of the Atlantic after he holed the winning putt for Europe in last year's Ryder Cup against the United States, he said on Tuesday.
Golf club makers Ping and Cobra Puma Golf hit back on Tuesday at a rules change that will ban the anchoring of putters.
The golfing world must unite behind the new ban on the anchoring of putters from 2016 and avoid any unseemly legal disputes, according to Royal & Ancient (R&A) chief executive Peter Dawson.
Tiger Woods is returning again to play a charity event hosted by Notah Begay III, his former teammate at Stanford.
Guan Tianlang won’t be taking his belly putter to the next stage of qualifying for the U.S. Open, according to Golf Channel.com’s Will Gray. The 14-year-old was the youngest golfer to make the cut at a major championship when he did so at last month’s Masters. Show More Summary
Sergio Garcia's feud with Tiger Woods will not stop him shaking hands with the world number one the next time they are drawn together in a tournament, the Spaniard said on Tuesday.
The decision on Tuesday by golf's rule-makers to ban the anchoring of putters brought cheers and jeers from among prominent players and major golf organizations.
I've got bad news for those of you out there hoping that this Tiger Woods-Sergio Garcia war of words would finally go away and never return. Garcia spoke to the media for the first time since the Players Championship on Monday at the BMW PGA Championship and it appears his most inflammatory comments about the No. Show More Summary
Last month, Adam Scott won The Masters with some of the most dramatic putting in golf history. And after Jan. 1, 2016, he won't be able to duplicate the feat. The USGA and the R&A, golf's two governing bodies, have ruled that anchoring a club, as Scott and many others do in putting, will be illegal as of Jan. Show More Summary
The PGA of America is disappointed. PGA of America president
Welp, it's official. The anchored putting stoke will become a thing of the past come 2016, thanks to Tuesday's definitive announcement by the United States Golf Association (USGA) and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club (R&A), otherwise known...Show More Summary
Jason Sobel talks to a few in the manufacturing community and
As suspected the USGA and R&A ruling on banning anchoring golf clubs has become reality. Starting January 1, 2016 anchoring any kind of golf club to the body, not just...
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Golf’s governing bodies announced on Tuesday that anchoring the club against the body in making a stroke would be prohibited beginning Jan. 1, 2016.
Europe captain Paul McGinley has given himself an extra pick for next year's Ryder Cup, copying American counterpart Tom Watson's decision to choose three players.
The USGA and R&A announced Tuesday that, as of Jan. 1, 2016, the anchored putting stroke favored by major champions Adam Scott, Keegan Bradley, Webb Simpson, and Ernie Els will be prohibited. “The R&A and USGA announce final approval...Show More Summary