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Tiger Woods' performance in Sunday's match at Medalist might've come in a hit-and-giggle, but it still reminded us that Woods is still capable of producing something epic.
From player form to playing with no fans, a look at what we learned from the past two weeks of exhibition golf, as the sport readies for the real thing.
Following last weekend's TaylorMade Driving Relief, another four-man outing will take center stage as Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning take on Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady at Medalist Golf Club.
With 50 players already qualified for this year’s U.S. Open, how should the USGA fill the rest of its 144-player field.
Everyone remembers the U.S. Open beatdown, Open perfection at St. Andrews, and PGA playoff. But don't forget about the one that won the Tiger Slam, the 2001 Masters.
Golf courses are welcoming more beginners and those returning to the game as people are finding ways to stay active and keep their distance.
What the Driving Relief match lacks in official standing or meaningful competition can easily be overlooked thanks to one simple theme: Golf is back.
Pros who got off to a hot start early on the Korn Ferry Tour are now going to have to play better for even longer to earn next year's promotions to the PGA Tour.
The USGA announced additional championship-schedule changes Friday, canceling both the U.S. Girls' Junior and the U.S. Junior Amateur.
Our “Turning Points” series turns to Nancy Lopez, Lorena Ochoa and Meg Mallon and their careers that weren’t just distinguished by the championships they won, but through their generosity.
Reliving last year's Masters victory during a CBS re-air on Sunday, Tiger Woods choked up talking about sharing the win with family.
A Florida man has filed a lawsuit against Tiger Woods and his caddie, claiming he suffered injuries from the caddie pushing him out of the way.
The winner of the ANA Inspiration might not receive a green jacket, but they do get to put their own creative twist on a jump into Poppie's Pond.
Long before the 2020 Open was canceled, the 1871 edition was as well. But not because of war or health threats.
Jon Rahm wants to leave his mark on the game of golf and he believes when your life is good, your golf game is better.