All Gary Van Sickle Stories
The USGA picked a perfect venue in Lancaster Country Club, and a Korean closer capitalized
Since Vijay Singh had already locked up the FedEx Cup, conventional wisdom held that the Tour Championship would be a snoozer. Instead, Camilo Villegas and friends turned the event into a riveting glimpse of the future
Other than Payne Stewart's clutch play down the stretch, the biggest drama during the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst concerned Phil Mickelson ...
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 ...
Charl Schwartzel, a star in the making, is drawing comparisons with another sweet-swinging South African
Vijay Singh's Sunday surge to victory at Bay Hill was so ruthlessly executed that it could have easily been mistaken for someone else's work
Great around the greens, Arron Oberholser gets it done the old-fashioned way
Baltusrol saved the best for last with a couple of quirky par-5 closing holes--the monstrous 17th and the eagle-friendly 18th--which combined to ...
Last week Tom Pernice was identified as the player who had asked the Tour to test Tiger Woods's driver to make sure it conformed to USGA ...
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
New Age Awards
Do you get the feeling that 2010 will go down as a transitional year on the PGA Tour, one during which we left the Tiger Woods era and entered ...
Change Is Good
When all was said and done, the new and mostly improved Players Championship could be described as a qualified success
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 ...
A Simpler Proposition
Ever since Vijay Singh locked up the FedEx Cup playoffs and the $10 million first prize three weeks ago, fans and critics of the FedEx format ...
The Perfect Cure
Frazzled after a grueling week in Augusta, Tour players retreated to soothing Hilton Head to recover from their Masters Hangovers