Francesco Molinari won the 2018 Quicken Loans National after firing an 8-under 62 on Sunday at TPC Potomac in Maryland to tie the course record and get to 21 under for the week. He torched runner up Ryan Armour by eight strokes. It’s (maybe somewhat surprisingly) Molinari’s first victory... Read more
2018 Quicken Loans National predictions, picks, odds: Ranking the field at TPC Potomac
The Quicken Loans National returns to the Washington D.C. area for the last time this week as it will move to Detroit starting in 2019. Tiger Woods is in the field this week and very involved with the tournament as his organizations TGR Live and the TGR Foundation help... Read more
2018 Travelers Championship picks, odds: Big-time event includes loaded field post-U.S. Open
The Travelers Championship is not your normal post-major championship golf tournament. The week after the Masters almost always looks like a barren wasteland of top-tier talent, but this week’s event at TPC at River Highlands in Hartford, Connecticut, has the biggest dogs in the sport in attendance. Let’s take... Read more
WATCH: The Happy Gilmore remake of Mickelson’s moving ball incident!
Phil Mickelson’s moving ball incident from the weekend is all the rage around the golfing world, especially on social media. Check out this hilarious Happy Gilmore incident from the guys @Spun on Instagram… Read more
McIlroy needs a new attitude, says McGinley
  Rory McIlroy needs to find a new attitude, says Paul McGinley, after the Northern Irishman missed the cut at the US Open. The four-time major winner looked deflated as he posted rounds of 80 and 70 on Long Island’s Shinnecock Hills, but McGinley does not see the issue... Read more
Mickelson on hitting moving ball: “I was willing to withdraw from US Open”
  Phil Mickelson’s wife Amy has revealed how her husband was “fully willing to withdraw” from the US Open after hitting a moving ball on the 13th hole at Shinnecock Hills on Saturday. Mickelson knew under Rule 14-5 that by hitting his ball while still in motion would result... Read more
If he had his time again, Koepka would play baseball
“If I could do it over again, I’d play baseball – 100%, no doubt,” back-to-back US Open champion Koepka once told told Golf Digest. And he would be following a family tradition to do so. Koepka’s dad was a pitcher for West Virginia Wesleyan, and used to poke fun... Read more
WATCH: Mickelson holes putt at 13 on Sunday, acts like he’s won US Open!
GettyImages-977027248.jpg Phil Mickelson caused one of the biggest talking points of the golf season so far when hitting a moving ball at the 13th hole on day three of the US Open at Shinnecock Hills. Mickelson was understandably ecstatic to make a par at the hole on Sunday. Watch... Read more
Justin Rose admits to copying Tommy Fleetwood’s style
  Justin Rose has revealed how wants to emulate the style of his compatriot Tommy Fleetwood following his blistering runner-up perfomance at the US Open at Shinnecock Hills. 5774263478001   Fleetwood, 27, came up one stroke shy in his bid to land his first major title when tying the... Read more
Brooks Koepka player profile: from the car crash that started him as a golfer to double US Open champion
– Born May 3, 1990. – Raised in Lake Worth. – Aged 10 he fractured his nose and sinus cavity in a car crash and could not play contact sports. Spends his time at Okeeheelee Golf Course. – Attends Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach and makes the... Read more