Rory McIlroy had to work harder than ever to win the Match Play Championship. No one ever had to play seven matches in five days, and McIlroy won them all in the new round-robin format.
Justin Rose stuffed his scorecard with birdies to win Zurich Classic of New Orleans, shooting a course-record 22-under 266.
CBS Sports announcer Bill Macatee discusses the RBC Heritage and Masters champion Jordan Spieth’s future.
Two players seemingly headed in opposite directions are hogging all the headlines going into this year’s Masters.
Rory McIlroy is the odds-on favorite to win the 2015 Masters. Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson look to lead a field that includes Tiger Woods.
J.B. Holmes won the Shell Houston Open with a strong final round. Along with McIlroy, Watson and Spieth, he’s a favorite going into The Masters.
Dallas native Jordan Spieth tied for second at the 2014 Masters — his first ever appearance at the historic Major tournament.
McIlroy hit his stride in the summer and won the British Open and the PGA Championship, with a World Golf Championship in between. Those three straight wins catapulted him to No. 1 in the world.
Rory McIlroy is the Vardon Trophy winner and the PGA of America’s player of the year for the second time. The 25-year-old from Northern Ireland also won the honors in 2012.
So, in case you didn’t notice, the Ray Rice elevator video release dominated news this week, but life and drama in the sports world did go on. Here are the top 6 you may have missed this week.
Athletes not only sign big contracts on the field but off the field as well. Most athletes make more money off of their endorsement deals than their actual contract salary.
Rory McIlroy isn’t just biding his time for the next seven months until The Masters, and his chance to complete a career Grand Slam. Next up is the FedEx Cup.