A match play event in Texas may be the last W.G.C. event, ending an international competition that preceded golf’s high-rolling present.
By Alan Blinder
Driving distance has been steadily increasing, and a proposal on Tuesday by the U.S. Golf Association and the R&A could affect elite players within three years.
The decision in a case involving the LIV Golf series could reveal details of the operations of Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.
Woods shot a two-under-par 69 on Thursday and a 74 on Friday at the Genesis Invitational. Every stroke was research for the bigger ambitions that still linger.
Woods, who is expected to play alongside Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas on Thursday and Friday, will be competing in a traditional event for the first time since July.
The Phoenix Open is known as golf’s most raucous event. This year’s tournament collided with an influx of football fans in town for Super Bowl LVII.
By Joe Drape and Doug Mills
A $20 million purse is on the line in Arizona this week — matching, for about a month, a PGA Tour regular-season record.
Want a patio-like surface by a bridge that’s perhaps more than 700 years old? St. Andrews did, but many others most definitely did not.
An arbitration panel will meet next week to weigh whether the European Tour may penalize the men who played on the Saudi-backed circuit.
The dispute over one of the city’s golf clubs exposes rare political friction for the elite in the new Hong Kong, where the establishment is torn between defending wealth and following Beijing’s wishes.
By Joy Dong