Pacific Links Hawai'i Championship: Round 1 recap
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons wrap up the first-round action of the Pacific Links Hawai'i Championship.
Audio Morning Drive - Mark Calcavecchia
Champions Tour Player Mark Calcavecchia joins ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about his win at the 2011 Boeing Classic.
Calcavecchia withdraws from Tampa with illness
There was cause for concern Sunday when Mark Calcavecchia slumped into a folding chair on the practice putting green, in need of medical attention.
Singh's lawyers want Tour to reveal others in violation of drug policy
The legal jousting between attorneys for Vijay Singh and the PGA Tour continues even as both sides await a ruling on the circuit’s motion to dismiss Singh’s lawsuit.
Parity in golf the norm, not the exception
Some argue that parity is bad for golf, but the truth is its the norm and not the exception. So join the party!
Diary of a disaster
With the upcoming Ryder Cup coming into clear view, and with the PGA Championship having just been competed at Kiawah Island, it dawned on the Golf Guy that there is a story that has, for the most part, been forgotten. The go between is Kiawah Island and the Ryder Cup - the 1991 War by the Shore.
What's in the Bag: Leishman, Lang
Take a look inside the bags of Marc Leishman, Brittany Lang and the rest of last week's tour winners.
U.S. needs to break mold with next Ryder Cup captain
Fred Couples or Paul Azinger won't likely be the next Ryder Cup captain. But either would help the Americans snap their funk.
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Hes a PGA Tour rookie who had not finished in the top 10 all year until his most recent tournament.
Notes: Norman slights Donald as world's best
Greg Norman mentioned a handful of players as deserving of being the best golfer in the world, except one notable name.
Experience pays off in Round 1 at Royal St. George's
Mark Calcavecchia, 51, and Miguel Angel Jimenez, 47, made cameos on the leaderboard Thursday of the British Open.
Blast from Open's past
Its flashback day at Royal St. Georges, with 1989 Open champion Mark Calcavecchia cruising at 2 under through 15 holes, a stroke behind Thomas Bjorn, who finished a stroke behind Ben Curtis in 2003 the last time the championship was played in Sandwich.