The Masters 2021: Hideki Matsuyama's triumph gives wings to Japanese challenge, inspires Asia's golf community
"You know it's really inspiring is really amazing. I'm very happy for him. He's a fantastic person, like I said. He is really great for Japan, and for golf. You know the Olympics are coming to Japan and we have the current Masters champion, representing Japan.
He is not here, at least this year. But everyone seems to see Tiger Woods in every corner and everyone wants him back.
India's Aditi Ashok gets birthday gift with entry into ANA Inspiration; joins Anirban Lahiri with most Major starts
Thrilled at playing her way into the ANA Inspiration, Aditi, the only Indian to have played at least one Major each year since she turned pro in 2016, will make her 16th start in a Major this week at Rancho Mirage, Mission Hills Country Club, California.
Nursing ambitions of playing at the highest levels in world golf, Avani, a wonderful striker of the ball and a very good putter, on Friday joined an illustrious band of amateurs to break through with a win on the pro circuit on the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour.
Anirban Lahiri blazed the middle two rounds of the Sony Open in Hawaii with career-best low rounds in Hawaii as he carded 65 and 64 in the second rounds.
DeChambeau broke everyone's beliefs and concepts with his bulked-up physique and power hitting, and on Sunday after the first few holes, didn’t even give a semblance of a chance to anyone to win his maiden major.
US Open 2020: Tiger Woods must feed off buddy-cum-rival Justin Thomas to ensure longer stay at Winged Foot
Thomas met Woods for the first time in 2015 at the Players Championship and became friends from there on and it grew as Thomas spent a lot of time when Woods was going through a tough period with his back and other injuries.
Mickelson will need to dig deep at 50 and that is going to be tough, but not impossible. He wants to erase painful memories of 2006, when he double bogeyed the 72nd hole and lost by one.
With Morikawa, Wolff, Hovland, Champ, Im, and Nieman staking their claim, golf's old guard is set to be challenged for supremacy in days to come.
Tiger Woods to make second start since PGA Tour’s ‘Return to Golf’ as action shifts to San Francisco
A modest T-40 finish at the Memorial Tournament has been Tiger Woods' only start since February.
This week Anika became the first Indian woman to tee off at the 125-year-old highly prestigious US Women’s Amateur Championship at the Woodmont Country Club, Rockville in Maryland.
Rahil Gangjee's Panasonic Open Japan victory in 2018 holds special memories for him as he ended a 14-year title drought on the Asian Tour.
Emotional Jon Rahm on the cusp of history; can emulate legendary Seve Ballesteros by reaching World No. 1
The PGA Tour’s re-start with the Charles Schwab saw Rahm miss the cut and then had finishes of T-33 (RBC Heritage), T-37 (Travelers) and T-27 at Workday Charity Open. Now he is leading by four at the Memorial.
By the time Tiger Woods tees up next Thursday at Muirfield Village, the PGA Tour in its re-birth will be five events old. Yet, the excitement that one simple tweet from the 15-time Major winner generated, was amazing.
The first week of PGA’s ‘Return to Golf’ was a big success with no positive tests at Charles Schwab. The trickle started with the RBC Heritage and it has continued. All this prompted a clearly sleepless Jay Monahan to go into a stricter mode.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Nick Watney’s positive test puts PGA Tour's COVID-19 preparations under the radar
Before restarting competitive golf without fans, the PGA Tour seemed to have excellently laid out plans. But then came Watney’s positive test and that raised questions all around and now poses a challenge even bigger than it did before re-starting.
Pan turned pro in 2015 and in 2019 became only the second Taiwanese pro to win on the PGA Tour after TC Chen’s win at the 1987 Los Angeles Open.
Mic'd up players, quick stops in front of camera: Golf set to reinvent broadcasting in COVID-19 times
While the players will still try to play each hole in the least number of strokes like they have since we have known golf, all else around them will be different, as the action returns to the Colonial for the Charles Schwab Challenge this week.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Sanford Health to help PGA Tour with COVID-19 testing beginning at Charles Schwab Challenge
Sanford Health, designated the Official COVID-19 On-site Testing Provider’ has been a partner as a sponsor of the Sanford International on the PGA Tour Champions
OWGR points being awarded for events in the US while Europe is not playing unfair, but not an unexpected move
The awarding of Official World Golf Ranking points in US while others are not getting to play, it might sound unfair, but it is actually a no-win situation