With a little help from a fake beard and some sunglasses, Rickie Fowler went undercover and threw on his caddie bib to help–and shock–some unsuspecting weekend warriors.
As far as caddie hires go, Charlie Woods knocked it out of the park for his junior event in South Florida with father Tiger looping for his 10-year-old son.
Matt Kuchar doesn't keep his Olympic bronze medal at home in the trophy case. He keeps it in something rather unexpected.
Collin Morikawa arrives at the Sentry Tournament of Champions as a first-timer, by way of his maiden PGA Tour win last summer. But he's got a track record at Kapalua's Plantation Course.
It's well-known that Terrell Owens loves him some him, but apparently he's also a big fan of other people who love them some them, and he let Justin Thomas and Tiger Woods know it.
Bryson DeChambeau had to get clearance to continue hitting drives on the range Tuesday at Royal Melbourne, and his newfound, bulked-up strength had something to do with it.
It can be easy to give up when things hit rock bottom. But Luke Kwon took the difficult route, opting to move across the world to try and get back home to his family and the job he loves.
Presidents Cup captain Ernie Els announced Friday that Ben An will replace Day on the International team following Day's withdrawal because of a back injury.
Russell Henley was docked eight shots Saturday at the Mayakoba Golf Classic for violating the One Ball Rule.
In front of the first sellout crowd since 2009, U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland was recognized Saturday at his alma mater during the Kansas Jayhawks' football game.