Golf’s New Breed Tries to Speed Things Up
PGA Tour executives have long resisted singling out anyone for taking a long time to hit a shot. So some of the top young players are applying peer pressure.
Golf: Champions Tour to Launch Morocco Tournament
The Champions Tour signed a five-year deal to play a tournament in Morocco beginning in 2020.
Golf Homes: What $1 Million Will Buy
Do you prefer your golf home to be in the desert or the jungle? Or perhaps South Africa’s wine lands?
Solheim Cup No Longer Showcases Best Female Golfers
Even though women’s golf is dominated by Asian players who are not eligible for this week’s Solheim Cup, the event nonetheless remains a highlight of the calendar with two evenly-matched teams and a genuine rivalry nearly three decades in the maki…
Will Augusta National’s New Event for Women Upstage L.P.G.A. Stars?
Augusta National officials have trumpeted their amateur invitational as a grand stage for women’s golf, even though it conflicts with the first major of the year.
Golf: Game Has a Need for Speed, Say Clarke
A man with a passion for high-performance sports cars and an admitted need for speed it is hardly a surprise that Darren Clarke has zero tolerance for slow pokes — particularly on the golf course.
Is Brooks Koepka Golf’s New King? His Competition Would Like a Word
Koepka is a back-to-back champion in two majors and has been on a Tiger Woods-like roll. But as Tommy Fleetwood said, “It’s not over yet.”