As far as the Ryder Cup is concerned, it's a bit like placing the easiest bet in roulette. It's got to be Red or Black (in this case blue), and perhaps that's why people fancy that the biennial event is literally, their best
I have to admit—given the extraordinary circumstances of his spat with Brooks Koepka—DeChambeau, once again, deserves a collective doffing of hats for the way he’s handled himself in the face of constant heckling by fan
I imagine Phil came out and teed it up at Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course with a certain lightness of being, a, thinking not so much about battling a foe like Tiger, but admiring Miguel Ángel Jiménez’s languid tenacity.
In theory, you could book your round online, tee it up an hour before sunrise, pull your own bag, play alone, have zero interaction with anyone, and rest at ease knowing that you've minimised your chances of being infected wi
Non-golfers have an arrogant hierarchy of existence. Right on top, is, let's just call it a celestial presence, that looks over the world; below that lie humans, and below them, lie all other living things on this planet.
If there's one man in the world today who would command the greatest odds of beating this seemingly hopeless situation and, returning, not only to form, but to competitive golf, and winning, then that man would be Tiger Woods
Golf Saudi is on overdrive; besides the Saudi International, the national golf association has got Aramco, the state-owned oil-producer to sponsor a four-tournament leg on the Ladies European Tour, with the finale being held