Jordan Spieth handles all the tough questions ahead of his title defense at Australian Open
Jordan Spieth must have thought he answered all the tough questions during a 30-minute media conference Tuesday that had to be cut off by Australian Open organizers.
Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott, the two headliners at this week's Australian Open, have distinctly different excitement levels over next year's Rio Olympics golf tournament.
Jordan Spieth plans to be playing Olympic golf next year, will stay in athletes' village
World number one Jordan Spieth returns to the course where he rediscovered the art of winning last year to defend the Australian Open title he clinched with a quite brilliant final round.
Ivor Robson has been the voice of the European Tour for 41 seasons. Most known for introducing golfers at the Open Championship, Ivor decided earlier this year that this season would be his last on the mic. The European Tour wrapped up their season this week at the DP World Tour Championship. Show More Summary
Rory McIlroy is done messing around with his career. It's all business from here. After winning the DP World Tour Championship and the European Tour's Race to Dubai for the third time in four years on Sunday, McIlroy, who has four worldwide...Show More Summary
By Brian Keogh Brian Keogh is a golf correspondent for The Irish Sun and a contributor to The Irish Times, Golf Digest Ireland and other golf publications. The following excerpt from Brian’s Irish Golf Desk is used with permission. News from Brian Keogh'sIrish Golf Desk. Show More Summary
Lydia Ko had just been handed a $1 million bonus for the second consecutive year, and the first thing she thought about buying with those newfound additional riches was a new phone.
A phenom among phenoms: At 18, Lydia Ko's dominance in women's golf may just be beginning
Kevin Kisner easily won the RSM Classic at the Sea Island Resort on Sunday. The win moves him to 17th in the official world golf ranking. Kisner shot rounds of 65, 67, 64 and 64 to beat Kevin Chappell by six. The closest any competitor came was three shots, making it an easy win for the South Carolinian. Show More Summary
Well it is that time of year, the “gift guides” are all over the blogosphere now. Ah, I remember back in the days when I did one of the only […]
The question to Kevin Kisner sounded like a trap, even though it was grounded in truth.
Europe's top golfer Rory McIlroy singles out Nuneaton's Andy Sullivan as a man to watch in next year's Ryder Cup.