Too many missed putts cost Lefty
As usual, this year’s U.S. Open will conclude on Father’s Day — which often makes the winner even more emotional. TIME takes a look at some tender moments.
The Merion superintendent — and Mother Nature — controls the course conditions
Tiger Woods tells his Twitter followers, in a new Nike ad, that golf is a sport. Why would we think otherwise? Hmmmm…
At an awards dinner, Sergio Garcia says he’d serve Tiger Woods “fried chicken.”
Adam Scott creates history for himself and his country
This weekend, we’ll all see history at Augusta
Where else but golf do you find players freely giving their fellow competitors lessons and offering up phone numbers for coaches?
“I feel very balanced,” said the world number one. Should the rest of the field start playing for second place?
Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia may be some way short of the late great Seve Ballesteros, but he definitely shares something with his illustrious compatriot — the ability to generate the sublime from the ridiculous.
His collapse was stunning. So is his revival.
Nike signs the phenom; and pairs him with Tiger Woods in a new advertisement
Many Americans fell short on Sunday at the Ryder Cup. But Jim Furyk’s miss shifted momentum to Europe for good