The Aussie’s incredible first round at St Andrews was not announced. Woods almost died for the last time. Now mastering the art of golf, Cameron Smith hopes to kick off his best British Open tournament in winning the first Australian title at St Andrews in more than 60 years. SmithContinue Reading

McIlroy shot 66 on day one, but golf’s rebel constellation breathed his throat at St Andrews. He was a fierce critic of the Saudi-sponsored series that divided the sport in two in a bitter civil war. Ian Poulter was BOOED on the first tee. But fellow British rebel Lee WestwoodContinue Reading

The DP World Tour on Friday banned members playing at the Saudi-funded LIV Golf Invitational Series from three tournaments and fined £100,000 (about 1.9 million ringgit). Players including Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Sergio Garcia were all involved in the event outside London earlier this month. There has been noContinue Reading

Matt Fitzpatrick won his first major on Sunday with a dramatic US Open win, delivering a stunning shot as opponents collapse under pressure in the final. Matt Fitzpatrick, tennis player from England Wins his first major on Sunday with a stunning US Open win. It gave a stunning shot asContinue Reading

As more of golf’s top athletes defect from the PGA Tour in favor of the controversial Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series, the case for maintaining sponsors despite public backlash is only growing stronger, according to one sports lawyer. “There’s definitely safety in numbers — there’s no question about that,” IrwinContinue Reading

Phil Mickelson arrived in London on Tuesday morning having admitted that his gambling reached “reckless” proportions that “embarrass” him, but claiming “hundreds of hours of therapy” have since fixed “the addiction”. Mickelson has signed up to play in the Saudi rebel circuit, starting this week at the $25 million LIVContinue Reading

Fifteen years ago at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club, Johnny Miller called Angela Park’s swing the best in women’s golf. A then 18-year-old Park tied for second with Lorena Ochoa at the 2007 U.S. Women’s Open and looked poised to become a force on the LPGA. In a fewContinue Reading

Women’s golf is on the rise, a momentum swing not lost on fans and sponsors. With an abundance of emerging stars gaining notoriety, the sport is drawing more attention — and sponsorships — in the post-COVID era. Tickets sales for this week’s U.S. Women’s Open are up more than 50%Continue Reading