Taylor Rallies Past Phil; Wins First Title Since ’05

Two years ago, a snapped anchor line in a Georgia river nearly cost Vaughn Taylor his life. On Sunday, the view of a different body of water was the sweetest thing he's seen in a decade. Taylor, who started the day six shots behind leader Phil Mickelson, rallied past the surefire Hall of Famer and … Continue reading Taylor Rallies Past Phil; Wins First Title Since ’05

Henrik Stenson Leads Quartet Through to Volvo Semifinals

World No. 5 Henrik Stenson is the top dog of the remaining four players still alive at the Volvo World Match Play championship in London after knocking off fellow Swede Jonas Blixt 2 up during Saturday's quarterfinals. Stenson is joined in the final four by The Netherlands' Joost Luiten, who embarrassed Spain's Pablo Larrazabal 6 … Continue reading Henrik Stenson Leads Quartet Through to Volvo Semifinals

Unlikely Trio Shares Scottish Open Lead After Two Days

Out of the three names at the top of the Scottish Open leader board following Day 2 of the competition, Scotland's Marc Warren is the most recognizable. He's already qualified for next week's British Open, but he's neither currently in the field for the Race to Dubai (ranked 81st) nor ranked in the Top 100 … Continue reading Unlikely Trio Shares Scottish Open Lead After Two Days

Jimmy Walker Looks for Fourth Win of 2014 at Greenbrier

It's preposterous to say Jimmy Walker is in a slump when you consider he leads the FedEx Cup Standings, has three tournament wins, has racked up $4.9 million in prize money and five other Top 10 finishes this year. But the fact remains that Walker hasn't actually won a tournament since Pebble Beach back in … Continue reading Jimmy Walker Looks for Fourth Win of 2014 at Greenbrier