All Gary Van Sickle Stories
The U.S. Open may still be a couple of months away, but it's not too early to start looking ahead to Pinehurst
The USGA picked a perfect venue in Lancaster Country Club, and a Korean closer capitalized
GEORGIA ON THEIR MINDS
After a West Coast swing that provided little clarity, the PGA Tour is blowing into Florida with a flurry of questions. Most notable with the Masters ...
Other than Payne Stewart's clutch play down the stretch, the biggest drama during the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst concerned Phil Mickelson ...
The PGA Championship marked the end of automatic qualifying for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Eight players locked up spots (bottom), and the ...
When Tiger Woods bogeyed the 18th hole at the end of his second round, he dropped to one under par. At the time it looked as if the cut would ...
As other courses are stretched to ridiculous lengths, Colonial serves as a refreshing throwback. With its bending, tree-lined fairways, Hogan ...
Jim Furyk got the win the hard way--by taking Tiger Woods's best shots
Mark Calcavecchia Makes the Most Of a Break--and a Friendship--to Win the PODS Championship
It took dunkin' Dustin Johnson, one of the new, athletic breed of pros on the PGA Tour, only two months to make a case for rookie of the year
The Envelope, Please ...
After 10 months and 48 tournaments, this season will be remembered for these deeds and words, which we honor here
The Magnificent Seven
A GUY LIKE DANA QUIGLEY doesn't worry about which Champions tour events to enter. For the past 6 1/2 years he's played in all 30 of them, ...
Best in Show
I wasn'texpecting much from last week's downsized PGA Merchandise Show, with the stateof the U.S. economy, but I left Orlando dazzled by an ...
That's a Wrap
Phil Mickelson won the Tour Championship, but Tiger Woods concluded the '09 season by raking in golf's biggest pot
High and Dry-Eyed
BRANDT SNEDEKER FLEW CLOSE TO THE SUN AT AUGUSTA AND EVEN THOUGH HE CRASHED AND BURNED (AGAIN), THIS TIME HE KEPT HIS EMOTIONS IN CHECK AND EXPECTATIONS HIGH
The Dark Horse
Patrick Reed, 24, is the rare golfer who has the talent to be awesome and the edge to be interesting—provided he can control himself