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Golf World's Jaime Diaz does a super job in tracking down the
Robert Streb hasn't seen many early indications of a happy ending throughout his career.
In case you didn't see last week's posting at The Loop about "Greg" making the longest four-footer
Kim Seung-hyuk sank two nerve-shredding par putts at the 16th and 17th holes on the way to a two-shot victory at the fog-hit Korea Open on Monday.
Rex Hoggard talks to Davis Love about the upcoming PGA of America Ryder Cup
South Africa's Lee-Anne Pace won the rain-shortened Blue Bay LPGA on Monday for her first LPGA Tour title and second worldwide victory in nine days.
With the successful conclusion of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship and another Masters invite
Robert Streb made the last of his 10 birdies on the second extra hole, winning a three-way playoff in the McGladrey Classic on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory.
I spent some time in very windy conditions today capturing a few holes on the back nine of the Mountain Dell Lake Course. The Lake Course is one of two […]
Michael Allen made a 5-foot birdie putt on the final hole for a 6-under 66 and a two-stroke victory Sunday in the Champions Tour's AT&T Championship, and Bernhard Langer wrapped up the Charles Schwab Cup title.
Robert Streb is a winner on the PGA Tour. With a birdie on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff at Sea Island Golf Club, Streb had defeated Will MacKenzie and Brendon de Jonge to take the McGladrey Classic for his first PGA Tour...Show More Summary
The recent ouster of Ted Bishop, the P.G.A. of America president, over comments labeling Ian Poulter a “little girl” revealed how deeply ingrained sexism remains in golf.
Robert Streb held his nerve to win his first PGA Tour title in a playoff with fellow American Will MacKenzie and Zimbabwe's Brendon de Jonge for the $5.6 million McGladrey Classic at Sea Island in Georgia on Sunday.
Robert Streb earned his first PGA Tour win on Sunday by closing with a 7-under 63 and making a 4-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole in the McGladrey Classic.
Zimbabwe's Brendon de Jonge and Americans Will MacKenzie and Robert Streb took the $5.6 million McGladrey Classic into a sudden-death playoff at Sea Island in Georgia on Sunday.
Will MacKenzie thought his tee shot to the par-3 sixth at Sea Island Golf Club had caromed off the flagstick. "When I hit the shot it was like a ‘sorry you got screwed’ clap,” he said. But MacKenzie was wrong. He had just slam-dunked...Show More Summary
India's Anirban Lahiri bagged the Venetian Macau Open title by a stroke in a tense finish after leader Scott Hend of Australia bogeyed the final hole on Sunday.
As you might imagine, two-time major champion Martin Kaymer is very good at golf. The reigning U.S. Open champion understands the game so well he can pull off shots he'll never need, like hitting a putter off a tee. Kaymer and fellow two-time major-winning German Bernhard Langer were challenged to a long-drive contest involving the flatstick. Show More Summary