Tiger Woods Thinks He Can Win the British Open. And He May Have a Point.
The conditions of Carnoustie, and a recent history of older players succeeding, could open the door for Woods’s first major championship win in 10 years.
Koepka Traces Golfing Success to Scotland, Aims to Win Open
It was just five years ago that Brooks Koepka won the Scottish Hydro Challenge to earn a spot on the European Tour.
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The British Open, and More, Brings the Golf Spotlight to Scotland
With the Scottish Open followed by the British Open, the golfing world turns its attention to links courses.
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Golf: Confident Watson Ready for Latest Challenge at Greenbrier
Bubba Watson has been inconsistent this season, but with three PGA Tour wins under his belt he is considered one of the men to beat at this week’s Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia.
Tiger Woods Is More Dogged Than Dazzling in His Return to the Masters
Woods, appearing in his first major tournament since 2015, shot a one-over-par 73 that required him to repeatedly dig out of trouble.
Mini-Golf in a Red Hook Warehouse
At Shipwrecked in Brooklyn, visitors can play 18 different holes in themed rooms evoking jungles, oceans and even the Coney Island boardwalk.