World number three Justin Rose sees limited preparation due to back issues as a possible blessing in disguise ahead of Thursday's start of the 100th PGA Championship.
Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and 29 other major champions began preparing for the spotlight of supergroup pairings as practice rounds opened Monday for the 100th PGA Championship.
Big-hitting American stars may have to adjust their games when they defend the Ryder Cup against Europe in September on a tight, punishing course at Le Golf National just outside Paris.
Teed Off with Robert Bicknell
Dustin Johnson likes the view from the top, and the long-hitting American says there’s no downside to arriving at the 118th US Open as the number one ranked player in the world.
Dustin Johnson warmed up for the US Open by reclaiming the world number one ranking on June 10, cruising to a six-shot victory at the Fedex St. Jude Classic.
One of the biggest problems facing people who are just taking up golf is understanding the difference between hitting balls at the range and actually “playing golf”.
Phil Mickelson, aiming to fill the glaring gap on his major resume at next week's US Open, was pleased to finish one off the lead of Seamus Power on Thursday in the St Jude Classic.
Rory Sabbatini battled through the discomfort of a sore back to shoot a seven-under 64 for first-round lead at the RBC Heritage, with world number one Dustin Johnson not far behind.
Well, once again the topic of “does the golf ball go too far” has reared its head and there are definite pros and cons to the argument.