The history of the green jacket, the most coveted piece of apparel in the sports world.
There’s something about the bygone-era charm of Augusta National that makes smoking a cigar at the Masters a tradition unlike any other.
Pete Bevacqua, CEO of the PGA of America, is helping to shape golf’s future.
The 10th annual Els for Autism pro-am raises $1.1 million for a very worthy cause.
When the best names in golf tee it up this month at Augusta, who will emerge wearing the green jacket?
For more than 30 years, Scotty Cameron has been turning hunks of steel into some of the world’s finest putters.
Many of golf’s biggest stars are in their 20s, and despite competing on the links, many are quite friendly off the course.
Some of the most epic acts in golf have been played on the grand stage of the final round.
After a long lull, golf course design is showing a creative upturn with many new wrinkles.
With a swing belying his size, Justin Thomas rockets up the PGA Tour.
After you’ve seen the wildlife, take a tour of South Africa’s golfing delights, which include a green shaped like the continent itself.
Many a player would have benefited had Tiger Woods never picked up a club, but his mark on the game goes far beyond the record books.
For more than two decades Tiger Woods has been the story of golf. There have been plenty of other great players during Woods' time—Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Vijay …
Jim Furyk made history at the Travelers Championship posting the lowest score ever recorded in a PGA event.
There has never been a better time to play the majestic courses of Southwest Ireland, an emerald beacon to lovers of links golf.
Danny Willett’s surprise Masters victory is a reminder of the long-term success European Tour players have had on the biggest stage in golf.
When Rickie Fowler won The Players Championship in May of 2015, it answered a lot of questions about his ability to close the deal on the PGA Tour, to beat the best in the best of competiti…
The hole was the size of an orange, and sat more than 340 feet away. The stiff breeze made it seem longer. Around it, a green whose slopes, petite size and oblong shape made the task at …