Olympic dreams: Ben Curtis
Ben Curtis loves that golf is an event at the 2016 Olympics.
Golfing World: Top 10 awkward Open moments
Ahead of this year’s Open Championship, we take a countdown of the top 10 awkward moments seen at the competition.
Open Championship Moments: 2003
Academy Award nominee Don Cheadle voices this Open Championship moment, which tells the improbable story of how a young Ben Curtis captured the claret jug at Royal St. George’s in 2003.
You Oughta Know: Valero Texas Open
Ben Curtis doesn't have many PGA Tour events under his belt this year. But he's making the most of this week's.
Golf Channel Academy: Drive it longer and straighter
Martin Hall and Michael Breed team up in this video segment to help you with your driving needs, be it the search for more accuracy or more distance.
Curtis edges Every, Huh to win Valero
An emotional Ben Curtis, winless since 2006, captured the Valero Texas Open and in the process regained his PGA Tour card.
Curtis leading by two at Valero Texas Open
Ben Curtis has the lead at the Valero Texas Open after a second consecutive round of 5-under 67 to take a two-shot advantage over David Mathis.
Curtis vaults up 129 spots in world rankings
Ben Curtis vaulted up 129 spots in the Official World Golf Ranking to No. 156, but his climb wasnt nearly as dramatic as it could have been.
Tweets of the Day: April 23, 2012
Tweets of the day, including from Karen Palacios-Jansen, who discovered a beer vending machine in N.C.
What's in the Bag: Curtis, Westwood
Check out what club's the respective winners used this past week on tour, including Ben Curtis, Lee Westwood and Ai Miyazato.
Curtis slowly building solid resume
His first win came with a silver claret jug. His latest win came with a pair of cowboy boots.
Texas Open win has Curtis focused on Zurich, PGA Tour
Ben Curtis notched his first PGA Tour win in six years last week at the Valero Texas Open. He figured he may as well pick up another, as he played his way into contention at the Zurich Classic on Thursday with a first round of 5-under 67.
Separated no longer
Returning to Royal St. George's, Ben Curtis and Thomas Bjorn are reunited after that fateful British Open in 2003.