Phil Mickelson went viral last month after the PGA Tour announced shorts were allowed for players during practice rounds and pro-ams, and photos surfaced of his giant calf muscles. But how did he get such toned calves?
Come for the short-game tip and self-deprecating humor; stay to get a look at Phil Mickelson's golf cart's license plate.
Italy's Guido Migliozzi took the title at the Kenya Open, but the real winner was this marshal for hugged Kenya's Simon Ngige.
Rory McIlroy is either a really classy guy, or the breakfast is just that good at TPC Sawgrass. Either way, you're gonna wanna read this note last year.
If you were listening carefully, you may have heard a few unusual lines during pre-tournament news conferences at The Players Championship.
Comedian Conor Moore has impersonated Tiger Woods in the past, but he upped the ante in a recent Bridgestone ad, doing his spot-on spoof in the 14-time major champ's face.
Vijay Singh has been making headlines with his unique workouts this year, staying in shape to
Tiger Woods showed up on Monday at TPC Sawgrass and said, 'Everything is good.' Even more important than that, though, was how he showed up. It was quintessential Tiger.
Just in time for Players week, the good folks over at Skratch decided to have a little fun at the expense of some golfers who were looking forward to playing the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.
Francesco Molinari's 44-foot birdie putt to close out the Arnold Palmer Invitational was pretty spectacular, but viewers watching the Italian broadcast got an extra special treat.