(Reuters) - Frustrated after a wasted opportunity to win last week's British Open, Tiger Woods will be back in PGA Tour action for next week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at one of his favorite venues (Tiger aims to regain winning ways at happy...
But this past week in Scotland, the German automaker showed us what a cart might look like if Mercedes ever threw its hat into the ring. Behold the Vision Golf Cart, which had its coming-out party during the British Open.
Scottish Daily Record Colin Montgomerie Says a Shot Clock Could Fix Golf's Slow-Play Issue Golf Channel If Colin Montgomerie had his way, a shot clock would be used in more sports than just basketball.
The LPGA is in Ohio for the Marathon Classic this week. As you can see in the image at right, they are using miniature Marathon gas pumps as tee markers to indicate where players are to tee off (see more examples below).
Business Insider Australia Golf: Fans can vote on hole location for PGA Championship San Jose Mercury News If Phil Mickelson and Ian Poulter don't like the hole location for the par-3 15th at Oak Hill in the final round of the PGA Championship,...
Remember Shaun Micheel [above], the 2003 PGA champion at Oak Hill? You're forgiven if you don't, because he hasn't won since. Here's where Micheel ranks among other one-time major-winners who've gone O-for-everything* since their breakout weeks.
The Guardian Technology has made umpiring tougher than ever, says Simon Taufel The Guardian Simon Taufel, a former elite umpire, has warned that decision-making in the game is tougher now than 20 years ago, saying technology and reviews have...
In this blog, we discuss the role and structure of the supporters’ trust, the advantages and disadvantages of community ownership in the context of professional sport, and shareholder protections and remedies.
BBC Sport Phil and Tiger have something new in common, but they also remain more ... Golf.com His golf, his whole on-course persona, is too emotional to bring it again and again in golf's biggest events.
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