Michelle Wie and Trevor Immelman are joining CBS Sports, as the network continues to retool its coverage for 2020. CBS announced a flurry of moves on Tuesday morning, weeks after parting ways with mainstays Peter Kostis and Gary McCord, and adding Davis Love III, with Wie the biggest name in the announcement. Though her role is … Continue reading CBS Sports Continues Golf Overhaul as They Re-tool for 2020 Coverage
Brooks Koepka announced on Wednesday that he has dropped out of the 2019 Presidents Cup. Koepka, who finished first in the points standings for the American team during the official qualifying period, underwent a painful knee procedure after the Tour Championship in August, and re-injured the knee at the C.J. Cup in September after slipping on wet concrete.
Tiger Woods joined Australian radio show “Triple M’s Hot Breakfast” on Tuesday, and the 82-time PGA Tour winner was feeling so loose, he quite uncharacteristically (at least in an interview setting) dropped an F-bomb.
I would have paid money to watch Tiger Woods crunch numbers on his locked Google Sheets database as he grinded over who his four captain’s picks should be. In the end, he want mostly chalk, which is what you should do as the favorite in a competition like the Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods has completed a historic performance at the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP. Woods tied Sam Snead’s record for most PGA TOUR victories by winning the first TOUR event to be held in Japan. The victory in Japan was the 82nd victory of Woods’ storied career.
The rules have changed since Lee Ann Walker lasted played competitive golf. She found out the hard way. Walker shot rounds of 85 and 74 at the Senior LPGA Championship at French Lick Resort in Indiana. That was before she realized players no longer can putt when their caddies have been standing directly behind them.
Golf legend Tiger Woods has promised to give his “definitive story” after confirming he has signed a deal to write a memoir about his career.
Rory McIlroy probably hasn’t even figured out what to buy first with his $15 million FedEx Cup check. Still, the start of a new season in golf is just about here. That means it’s never too soon to look ahead, to daydream about April in Augusta and the possibilities that come with golf’s four majors.
Golf fans haven’t heard much from Tiger Woods in recent weeks outside of last week’s news of his future Skins Game in Japan with Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Hideki Matsuyama.
Tiger Woods wrote a captain’s blog for the Presidents Cup’s website and it was about what you’d expect.Until the very end.