Something has to go wrong for Jordan Spieth at the British Open because it always does.
Despite a slump that has sent him plummeting to No. 241 in the world golf rankings, Woods remains confident that he can win at least four more majors in his career.
There was no escaping Jordan Spieth even before he arrived Monday at St. Andrews to resume his pursuit of the Grand Slam.
Jordan Spieth sets off on his quest for the British Open by playing with the guy he beat in the U.S. Open — Dustin Johnson.
In Gee Chun of South Korea stormed from behind, posting birdies on four of the last seven holes to rally for an unlikely one-stroke victory Sunday at thg U.S. Women’s Open.
Jordan Spieth made it a lot tougher on himself than it needed to be. In the end, Spieth got exactly what he was looking for from the John Deere Classic: a win and some positive energy ahead of the British Open.
Jordan Spieth shot a 7-under 64 on Friday to move into contention at the John Deere Classic. Spieth’s first career win came at the John Deere Classic in 2013, when he was just 19.
The world’s No. 1 player announced Wednesday that a ruptured ligament in his left ankle will keep him from St. Andrews to play in the British Open.
The Irish golfer gave no indication how long he would be out in the announcement on his Instagram account, only saying that he is “working hard to get back as soon as I can.”
Danny Lee was overcome with nerves after qualifying for a four-man playoff at The Greenbrier Classic. By the time he walked to the first playoff tee, he was ready.
Tiger Woods has rebounded from a dismal U.S. Open with a 4-under-par 66 in the opening round of The Greenbrier Classic. Two weeks ago, Woods had the highest 36-hole score of his pro career
The long-driving lefty made an 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Sunday to outlast Paul Casey and win the Travelers Championship for the second time.