Jeter Calls Golf "The Most Frustrating Thing I've Done"Derek Jeter needed something to fill his competitive void when he retired from baseball. The former Yankees shortstop chose golf and, just like everyone else, it's been a challenge for him to master.
Tiger Woods Counts It A Success That He's Playing Golf Again A year after Tiger Woods struggled just to get on his feet, he can't wait to get started in his return to golf.
Golfer Beats Another With Club; Inflicts Brain InjuryA barbaric attack on the Indian Creek Golf Club in Carrollton left one man with blood on his shirt, welts on his body that left the imprint of a golf club face as well as gash on the back of his head.
Bush Golf Items Sold For $30,000A set of golf items that once belonged to former President George H.W. Bush has sold at auction for $30,000. Bush was known for his breakneck pace on the course, and once zipped through 18 holes in less than two hours.
Van Alstyne Teen Wins Scholar Athlete HonorMany people struggle to get through their to do lists. But a Van Alstyne teenager is finding time to excel in the classroom and on the golf course, along with serving as a leader in his school and his community.
Steele Rallies To Win PGA Tour Season Opener At Safeway OpenBrendan Steele earned redemption at Silverado and won the Safeway Open for his first PGA Tour victory in more than five years.
New PGA Tour Season Begins Without Tiger's ReturnAnother PGA Tour season begins Thursday in what was billed as the return of Tiger Woods, until Woods decided that his game was "vulnerable" and not where it needed to be for him to compete.
Day Skipping Australian Events To Rest BackJason Day is skipping the Australian Open and World Cup of Golf in his home country because of the back injury that forced him to withdraw during the final two PGA Tour events of the season.
Players Say Farewell To Arnold Palmer At MemorialWith a large tear forming in his left eye, Jack Nicklaus asked everyone from the elite to the everyman to remember the time that Arnold Palmer touched their lives during an emotional farewell on Tuesday.
Does The U.S. Still Need Ryder Cup Task Force?After the most lopsided win for the American team since 1981, there doesn't seem to be much need to change the formula that carried the U.S. to a 17-11 win Sunday at Hazeltine National Golf Club.
Americans Win Ryder Cup For First Time Since 2008Maybe not the best team ever assembled, the Americans were every bit of a team in finally winning back the Ryder Cup.
Phelps Offers Inspirational Words For U.S. Ryder Cup TeamThe U.S. has done almost everything to try and win a Ryder Cup again, including having Tiger Woods on the team as an assistant captain. So, maybe bringing in Michael Phelps for an inspirational speech wasn't too far of a stretch.