Considering Phil Mickelson’s US Open Drought Historically

If you like Phil Mickelson, and most of us in the golf world do, it's hard to talk about the affable Hall of Famer this time of year. Mickelson has had a fantastic career, and unlike his most compared contemporary, Tiger Woods, remains upright and competitive now into his mid-40s (he'll turn 46 on Thursday). … Continue reading Considering Phil Mickelson’s US Open Drought Historically

Spieth to Play Open with Johnson, DeChambeau

Zach¬†Johnson will be the old-timer in his initial play group as the US Open begins Thursday at Oakmont Golf Course in Illinois. The 40-year-old Johnson, who won the Open Championship¬†, will be paired with the defending champ Jordan Spieth, all of 22 and ranked No. 2 in the world, and Bryson DeChambeau, also 22, who … Continue reading Spieth to Play Open with Johnson, DeChambeau

Tiger Woods Plays First Golf of 2016

Tiger Woods played his first five holes of golf since last August on Monday, partnering with long-time friend Mark O'Meara on the Woods' designed Bluejack National course right outside Houston, Texas. It was the course's official opening, and Woods and O'Meara entertained club members with stories before playing a quintet of holes. "I'm definitely a … Continue reading Tiger Woods Plays First Golf of 2016

Happy Birthday, Jack! Celebrating The Golden Bear’s 18 Majors

Nineteen times, Jack Nicklaus finished second in a Major. Nine times he finished third. Imagine that he's won half of those second places and a third of the thirds. That would give him an additional 12 Majors, 30 in all, and make Tiger Woods' quest to catch him not even halfway done. Of course, Jack … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Jack! Celebrating The Golden Bear’s 18 Majors