Tiger Woods hits a course marshal in the face at the British Open

British Open: Tiger Woods Hits Somebody in the Face, Henrik Stenson Goes All ‘Bo Jackson’

At the British Open, Tiger Woods managed to hit a course marshal in the face while Henrik Stenson broke a club over his knee - all because of hole No. 17

Royal Liverpool  should pose quite a challenge for The Open title.

Bet on it! The Open has no clear favorite

Here are a few things you need to know about the British Open that will be played this weekend at the windy and wild Royal Liverpool Golf Club. First you need to know that if you want to watch

Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler Was In A Car Accident, Tweets He’s Okay

U.S. Open runner up Rickie Fowler gave everyone a scare. He was in a car accident near his home in Jupiter, Florida

Tiger Woods is back and playing in his own tournament at the Congressional CC in Bethesda, Maryland

Tiger’s Back but his Game Needs Work

Let’s start with the good news and that Tiger Woods was back on the PGA Tour for the first time in more than three months on Thursday and said he felt “fantastic.” However, his game is clearly a bit

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Tiger Woods To Play In Open Championship

Tiger Woods announced Tuesday afternoon at his nnual golf tournament at Congressional Country Club that

Lucy Li

So, 11-Year-Old Lucy Li Dominated The First Round Of US Women’s Open

You read that right. 11-year-old Lucy Li stole the show during the first round of the US Women's Open.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods Has New Sponsor With MusclePharm

On Wednesday it was announced that Tiger Woods will have a new sponsor when he returns on tour

Rory McIlroy

Airline Loses Rory McIlroy’s Clubs

After finishing at the U.S. Open this weekend, Rory McIlroy hopped an airplane across the Atlantic to play in

Woods

Could Tiger Woods Still Play In British Open?

With the British Open five weeks away, Tim Rosaforte of the Golf Channel reports that Woods is taking swings

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With Apologies To Kaymer, Golf Stuck in Coma

This isn’t to disparage Martin Kaymer, the doyen of Dusseldorf, who was gracious enough to applaud the galleries who applauded him while dominating a U.S. Open like few others. But golf as we’ve known it in America has become