Tiger Woods can't dominate today's players as he did in his prime. But he has a veteran's edge at Augusta National, rants Randall Mell.
Golf is a maddening game, but Jon Rahm loses his cool on the course far more than others. Does he risk drawing the wrong attention?
If Tiger is no longer able to rise above rabid fan energy and use it to his benefit, he really may be just one of the guys this time around.
The PGA Tour has great players, but no true rivalries. Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy are both in the Abu Dhabi field this week. Hmmm ...
J.B. Holmes opened an old wound on Sunday: Slow. Play. It's the Tour's own fault, rants Randall Mell, who offers some solutions.
Dustin Johnson's 400-plus-yard drive at Kapalua is no cause for celebration - it represents what's wrong with the modern golf ball.
There's a sentiment that American international teams are poised to dominate the next decade. The Europeans would like a word.
The European Tour will play the Shot Clock Masters next year. Is this a good thing? Maybe not. But it's necessary and worth a try.
The practice of using another player's ball as a backstop on the green is a rules gray area that has Randall Mell seeing red.
Lorena Ochoa and Meg Mallon are World Golf Hall of Fame members, but not in the LPGA Hall of Fame. That's an injustice that needs to be corrected.