No one has a clue as to what is going on with Tiger Woods, or a clear sense of what, if any, is the way out.
After the conclusion of the PGA Championship, it seems the pendulum is starting to swing away from the proven names and towards the young and upcoming newcomers.
Scott Verplank has never won a major, but he is two shots behind the leader heading into the final round of the PGA Championship.
If your expecting household names to dominate the leaderboard at the half way point of the 93rd PGA Championship you would be disappointed.
After Tiger Woods crumbled down the stretch and Rory McIlroy battled through injury, many are wondering if the baton has passed from Woods to McIlroy.
In this week’s Golf World magazine, former U.S. Open Champion Geoff Ogilvy goes all Standard & Poors on the PGA Championship, downgrading its major status from AAA to A+.
U.S. Open courses are generally thought to be too hard, particularly ones close to the coast. Players are forced to make choices and then execute them.
The professional golf season is year-round, with tournaments each month around the world. But every year, four majors stand out, providing the highest quality of golf and the most dramatic final rounds.
Tiger’s knee is bothering him. Ron Sirak tweeted about it immediately. Tiger is not what he once was. Will he regain the old ways?