Finally! Major championship golf is back in our lives as the 147th Open Championship kicks off across the pond in Scotland at Carnoustie Golf Links.
This year's tilt will be the 118th in history and will take place at Shinnecock on Long Island. If the name sounds familiar to those casual fans, it's for good reason. All you golf nerds like me already know the stories, the Opens, the triumph and the (relative) tragedy this legendary golf course has seen.
After weeks of playing every man for himself golf, the world's best will be pairing off for team golf at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Last year, Aussie Cameron Smith and Swede Jonas Blixt teamed up to collect their first PGA Tour wins.
It's not major season just yet, but we've already got a new candidate for tournament of the year -- the 2018 WGC-Mexico Championship. Yet again, the world's best golfers needed extra holes -- or in this case, hole -- to resolve their differences. Despite the insane heroics on 18 in regulation, Justin Thomas was unable to stop the surging Phil Mickelson.
For the third week in a row, golf fans were treated to bonus golf with Alex Noren, Jason Day and Ryan Palmer squaring off in a 3-man playoff to resolve the Farmers Insurance Open. In the end, Jason Day prevailed in six holes.
The 2018 PGA Tour season is officially off and running now that the Sentry Tournament of Champions is in the books. Next, the world's best hop islands to Oahu for the Sony Open in Hawaii -- but before we put Maui in the rear-view mirror, it's time to take a look at the aces, bogeys and worse from the week that was at Kapalua.
It is with a sense of overwhelming sadness that I write an introduction to a column previewing the final PGA Tour event of the 2016-17 season. As Jon Snow and every other character on Game of Thrones has warned, "winter is coming."
After a week off to regroup (and weed the palatial estate) Golfstradamus is back and ready to win big -- and you can, too! Your can't-miss, sure-fire, moral locks for the 146th Open Championship are right here!
The third week of July is arguably the most important of the golfing year -- depending on which side of the pond you reside. The Open Championship returns to Royal Birkdale for the first time since 2008 and while all eyes will be on the big names there are plenty of ancillary characters looking to make their mark on the history books over the next four days.
With a sheet of headlines and prop bets longer than most golf fans and degenerate gamblers could dream of, the 117th playing of the U.S. Open already looks and feels like it could be one for the ages. Here's a look at who'll contend -- and who'll just pretend at Erin Hills: