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article April 5, 2017

The Great One Pushes Johnson To No. 1

It has been a rough journey, but entering the Masters, Dustin Johnson is the No. 1 golfer in the world. It didn't look like it was going to happen for Johnson, but having Wayne Gretzky as a father-in-law and mentor helped put him on the right track. More»
GettyImages-464330376 article September 27, 2016

Rough Ryders: Pressure On U.S.

The United States has lost the last three Ryder Cups. The only Ryder Cup win this century came in 2008. But the U.S. created a "task force" this time around to try to buck the trend. Will America finally be able to beat Europe and snap the streak? More»
GettyImages-603000060 article September 21, 2016

Tour Championship: What to Watch

You may not be ready for golf's TOUR Championship. But you should be. Dustin Johnson heads into the tournament at the top of the FedExCup point standings, but there are plenty of stars right behind him. More»
RioGolf article August 10, 2016

Where Are All The Golf Stars In Rio?

Not only will the long-injured Tiger Woods not be on hand when the Olympic men's golf competition begins on Thursday in Rio de Janeiro, neither will the current top four men in the world and six of the top 10. This is not a good look. More»
ChurchPewOakmont article June 14, 2016

The Oakmonster Is Ready to Destroy

When thinking of great defense, what comes to mind? The 1985 Bears, for sure. And Lawrence Taylor, Bill Russell and Willie Mays. Maybe J.J. Watt, Ozzie Smith and even Floyd Mayweather. And Oakmont Country Club. More»
Spieth1 article April 11, 2016

Behind Spieth's Masters Disaster

Jordan Spieth stunningly hit two balls into Rae's Creek on the 12th hole of the Masters on Sunday, leading to a quadruple-bogey 7 that opened the door for rising Englishman Danny Willett to come from five shots down to win his first major title. More»
MastersUnderdogs article April 7, 2016

Longshots: Six Masters sleepers

After about a dozen legitimate potential winners and a few more guys who have zero shot, there are about 50 golfers at this week's Masters who could fit into the sleeper category without being comatose. Here are six who, if not victorious, could contend. More»
SpiethDay article April 6, 2016

How Day Eclipsed Spieth (For Now)

Over the winter, Jordan Spieth played a lot of golf and traveled the world. Jason Day stayed at home in Ohio. That is why Day is the favorite entering the 80th Masters that begins on Thursday, having supplanted Spieth as the top-ranked golfer in the world. More»

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