Rory McIlroy’s caddie for the Par 3 Contest at the Masters Wednesday was richer, more athletic, more famous, and probably more attractive than anyone else’s.
The most exciting tournament in golf is nearly upon us, and most of us are anxious to see if the coveted Green Jacket will be draped over a new person or one of the wily veterans come Sunday.
The Masters is the only tournament of its kind in golf. It can turn typically fun-loving grown men into mere mortals, as Bubba Watson showed us during his interview on Tuesday.
Ever wonder how the man who has a drink named after him orders his own drink at a restaurant? Of course you do.
Star-Ledger columnist Steve Politi found out the answer to the age old question.
Michelle Wie says Annika Sorenstam apologized for criticizing her in a recent interview.
I’m not much of a golfer, but this absolutely amazing hovercraft created by Oakley for Bubba Watson is enough to get me out on the course.
Rory McIlroy was one of the many people who fell for the Google Nose April Fools’ Day prank.
Google has become known for running hoaxes on April Fools’ Day.
Jack Nicklaus is widely considered to be the greatest golfer of all time, but the Golden Bear insists he is not a one-trick pony.