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Two days ago, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) tweeted the following:
The Presidents Cup, a golf tournament started by the PGA Tour in 1994 and won by the United States this weekend for the seventh time in a row, somehow necessitated the appearance of President Trump on Sunday. After the U.S. victory, Trump took the shiny trophy, and dedicated it to Americans in Texas, Florida, and…
Hideki Matsuyama walked onto the tee box at the par-four 15th at the BMW Championship today on a nice little run, having birdied each of the last three holes to pull fiver under on the tournament and three under on the day. Perhaps charged by this run of success, Matsuyama got into his tee shot and blasted it a very…
After a bizarre, court-ordered ban from golf, a preteen golf prodigy in suburban Washington, D.C., has returned to the sport, and has picked up right where she left off.
Yesterday, during the third round at TPC Boston, Sergio Garcia lined up an eagle putt on the par-four fourth hole, and just blew it. His putt wound up a good 13 feet from the hole, far enough away that Garcia was really, really pissed. So pissed, in fact, that he smashed the absolute bejeezus out of his putter,…
Tiger Woods had Vicodin, Dilaudid, Xanax, Ambien and THC in his system when arrested on suspicion of DUI on May 29, according to a toxicology report obtained by ESPN.
Ian Poulter found himself bickering angrily with tour officials on the par-four eighth hole this morning at the PGA Championship, after rocketing his tee shot into the woods to the right of the fairway.
Today was the first round of the PGA Championship, hosted this year at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C. It’s been an eventful one, to say the least, for John Daly.
The PGA Championship begins today, and it will be a memorable one for one course marshal. A tee shot on the 16th from Brooks Koepka, the reigning U.S. Open champion, went into the gallery and hit a course marshal. Video feeds saw the man on the ground and bloodied.
As children, generally, we receive plenty of chances to make jokes about Uranus. Science class! Planetarium field trip! Literally any time any one says anything about the solar system! As an adult? Not so much. If you are the type of adult who enjoys making Uranus jokes and you have the good fortune to stumble upon an…
The PGA Championship has been played in August every year save one since 1971, but this week’s Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte will be the next to last: Beginning in 2019, it’ll permanently move to May and become the year’s second major.
Today Steph Curry is competing at the Ellie Mae Classic on the Web.com Tour, and, my friends, I have some dispiriting news: Steph appears to be balling.
Here is one mighty golf dinger, from Dustin Johnson at the World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational:
During new White House flack Anthony Scaramucci’s introductory press conference, he bragged that his famously exercise-averse and bulbous boss was in fact a sports genius, capable of throwing “a dead spiral through a tire,” “swishing foul shots” in a suit, and sinking, uh, three-foot putts.
Jordan Spieth overcame an insane 25-minute odyssey on the 13th hole to shoot five under par over the last five holes and win the 146th Open Championship. Spieth, at just 23 years old, is the youngest American to ever win the tournament.
During his round at the British Open today, Sergio Garcia whacked his club into some bushes after hitting a shot he was not happy with on the fourth hole. He should not have done that, because he ended up hurting his shoulder.
I Made Bogey is an online golf apparel company that sells products with slogans you’d expect to see on the Wildwood boardwalk. There are a series of t-shirts inspired by Happy Gilmore. There are red “MAKE GOLF GREAT AGAIN” hats. But the bulk of the products on the site are parodies of golf brand Titleist. Only instead…
You’re gonna have to trust me on the sequence here, because I can’t find video of the before or after: On the 531-yard par-5 17th hole today at the John Deere Classic, Kelly Kraft badly shanked his drive off the tee. Like, incredibly badly. Here he is lining up his second shot:
The problem started when Jon Rahm and Daniel Im found their balls in uncomfortably close proximity on the sixth green at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Portstewart Golf Club in Northern Ireland.