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First impressions, second thoughts: Before Stephen Ames' first-round match against Tiger Woods in the 2006 Match-Play Championship, he was asked about his chances.
Love him or hate him, Tiger Woods is back atop the golf world, and he's not going away any time soon.
John Daly's win at the 1991 PGA Championship is certainly one of the most unexpected major victories of all time.
Ken Venturi was a 14-year-old with a camera trying to get a picture of Byron Nelson when he first met the golfer who would become a mentor and dear friend.
This is Colonial week, one of my favorite times of the year. I'm a lifelong golfer, so it's always fun to watch the pros tee it up.
For years, golf fans in Dallas-Fort Worth have fretted about the presence of gate magnets Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in gauging the quality of fields at their local PGA Tour stops.
The USGA will announce its final decision on whether to ban anchored putting -- in other words, belly putter and long putters that are "anchored" against the body -- at a news conference Tuesday at USGA headquarters in Far Hills, N.J. The 8 a.m. press conference will be broadcast live on Golf Channel.
We had a great development in sports over the weekend. Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia did for golf what Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan once did for figure skating.
Both completed first rounds of the HP Byron Nelson with marginal results. But neither shot himself out of the tournament.
The final numbers are in and last week's Players Championship set a tournament record for early-round TV ratings on Golf Channel and was the highest-rated Players on NBC since 1991.
While it's often said that baseball is America's favorite pastime, football is our passion.
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia paired together, with the entire world watching. Besides two of the biggest names in golf, these two do not like each other.
With his victory at the Players Championship , world No. 1 Tiger Woods notched his 78th PGA Tour victory at the age of 37, moving him closer to career-victory leader Sam Snead's 82 wins.