Tiger Woods didn’t win, which is how I’ll remember this year’s PGA Championship. But he was close, which is what made it to me the most exciting and memorable PGA Championship in a decade. Because I don’t care about golf, don’t find it interesting as a sport. (Complaints can be directed here.) But I care very much…
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.
We have to resist the hype and hyperbole, because we’ve given in so many times before and been burned: but 2015 really does feel like the year golf moved beyond Tiger Woods.
On 5 yesterday, Bubba Watson’s ball came to rest against an anthill. That led to a genial discussion with a rules official over whether Watson was allowed to take a drop. The official classified the anthill as a “loose impediment”; Watson countered that ants, technically, are “burrowing animals.” Both have very…
Jason Day held off Jordan Spieth to win this weekend’s PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, seizing his first major after finishing three times as a runner-up—and doing it in record-setting fashion.
McIlroy birdied the 17th hole to take a two-stroke lead heading into the 18th and David Feherty called him a baby-faced killer. Par would do the job on 18, and McIlroy two-putted his way to his fourth career major, his second consecutive major win of the year, and his second career PGA Championship.
Heavy rains at Valhalla put a hold on the final round of the PGA Championship today. Play was suspended at 12:53 p.m. and what officials initially thought would be a quick delay soon ran longer as the rain worsened. It got so bad that many areas of the course, including greens were completely under water.
Jason Day hit an errant drive on the second hole today at the PGA Championship and found himself barefoot, traversing a stream and marshlands in rolled-up pants in an effort to track it down. The ball was lost, then found, then lost again, before Day finally got to hit out of the mess and save par.
Winning a major is a big deal. Winning that first major at age 36, when it may have seemed like it was never going to happen? That's the kind of thing that makes you never want to let go of the trophy.
Auburn grad and good ole boy Jason Dufner celebrated his PGA Championship win with a hug and a derrière dap for his wife, Amanda on national TV.
Ian Poulter had a rough go of it at the PGA Championship—not as rough as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson did, but bad enough that he was well out of contention on Sunday. This has allowed him ample time to air out fans who yell things at golf tournaments, and get a response from Howard Stern.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson each had awful weeks at the PGA Championship. But we have an important question that needs answering: ¿Quien fue más malo?
It kind of got forgotten among the Olympic hullabaloo, but the PGA Championship, golf's final major of the season, was this weekend, and Rory McIlroy is your winner.
The ass you see here belongs to golf's loveable rapscallion, John Daly. Daly, by the way, is currently tied for 16th at the PGA Championship with a +1 going into today's third round action. As you can see, Daly wore these pants yesterday. These pants are black with neon-colored hands with their index fingers pointing…
This video, of a big-ass alligator eating a big-ass snake, comes from yesterday's round one action in the PGA Championship, at Kiawah Island. NBD. Happens all the time. Back in April at the Heritage Classic in Hilton Head, the gators were actually threatening the caddies. Gator Golf is not nearly as much fun as …
Golf! Is exciting!