One of Sergio Garcia’s sponsors said it will review a comment by the Spanish golfer that Tiger Woods called “wrong, hurtful and clearly inappropriate.”
Golf’s rulemakers banned anchored putting strokes, a technique that has been used by players to win four of the past six major professional tournaments and drawn both support and opposition throughout the sport.
Chinese teenage golfer Tianlang Guan will play in next week’s Memorial Tournament, his third U.S. PGA Tour event since making the two-round cut at last month’s Masters Tournament.
Sang-Moon Bae won the Byron Nelson Championship by two strokes for his first U.S. PGA Tour title.
Ken Venturi, who won the 1964 U.S. Open and later spent 35 years as a television golf analyst, died yesterday. He was 82.
Keegan Bradley shot a 1-under-par 69 to hold a three-stroke lead going into the third round of the PGA Tour’s Byron Nelson Championship.
Keegan Bradley holds a two-shot lead during today’s second round of the U.S. PGA Tour’s Byron Nelson Championship, a day after setting a course record with a 10- under-par 60.
Golf’s rule makers will disclose their decision on a proposed ban of anchored putting strokes on May 21, an issue that has drawn both support and opposition across the sport.
ESPN reached agreement for exclusive rights to the U.S. Open, wresting the tennis tournament’s finals away from CBS after 47 years.
Tiger Woods will host a 50-player poker tournament with a $10,000 buy-in this weekend in Las Vegas, with some of the action set to be filmed for a future World Poker Tour television episode.
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