Tiger Woods is still working to get his game back to where he feels it needs to be before he returns to the PGA Tour, but he does not believe he is running out of time to catch Jack Nicklaus.
Tiger Woods was expected to make his highly-anticipated return to competitive golf at the Safeway Open this weekend, but his comeback is reportedly going to have to wait.
The Wake Forest football team will honor the late Arnold Palmer before its game against Syracuse on Saturday with a pregame ceremony.
The US Ryder Cup team broke a losing streak to Europe by routing their opponents 17-11 in the 2016 edition of the competition.
The 2016 Ryder Cup is taking place on U.S. soil, which means the European team is facing a rowdy crowd and lots of hecklers.
We couldn’t have asked for a better start to the Ryder Cup on Thursday, and it was only a practice round. Believe it or not, we can thank a heckling fan for that.
Tiger Woods has played for the U.S. Ryder Cup team seven times during his remarkable golf career, so serving as a vice captain this year is going to take some getting used to.
Jack Nicklaus paid respect to Arnold Palmer with a statement sent out on Sunday upon learning of his friend and golf comrade’s death.