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GolfWRX Morning 9: Tiger talks 2019 | Phil’s legacy | Koepka snubbed again
“Koepka won two majors this year, the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship, and also captured the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges this fall.” “For a guy who already believes he’s been overlooked during his career, this certainly won’t help change his mind.”
The incredible Official World Golf Ranking stat that Tiger Woods probably won't catch Phil Mickelson in
"Big picture" is the two-word, drop-the-mic retort Tiger Woods has used when comparing his career to Phil Mickelson. And with huge leads of 14 to 5 and 80 to 43 in majors and PGA Tour titles, respectively, Woods has a convincing case that not even Mickelson entertains debating. However, there's one
Woods vs. Mickelson: The match of the year
Did you happen to watch the pay-per-view match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson?. As you are probably aware, the match was a “winner take all” for $9 million!. Unfortunately, I was unable to watch the match, but I did enjoy tracking the results on my phone.
Watch: Beau Hossler "Tiger & Phil earned the right to play for $9m"
It’s fair to say that the Las Vegas showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, for a mere $9m, caused a lot of controversy in the golfing world. Many people had been waiting for something like this for years, saying that golf needed spicing up a bit and a match for such a huge sum of money wou
Jimmy Connors wants in on Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson rematch
Tennis legend Jimmy Connors read my story about Tiger Woods wanting a rematch with Phil Mickelson and had a suggestion. Connors was at the Tiger-Phil match with his friend and former protégé Andy Roddick, and tweeted “good fun and conversation — if another match with Tiger & Phil — I’d say — maybe I
Tiger Woods accomplished a world-ranking feat that nobody else could in 2018
There are many worthwhile ways to gauge Tiger Woods' comeback in 2018. Tiger's memorable Tour Championship victory highlighted his campaign, with his near misses at the PGA Championship and the Open Championship not too far behind.
2018 Newsmakers of the Year
It’s an annual tradition at Golf World. Our “Newsmakers of the Year” package has helped cap the year in golf now for more than two decades. From our former print magazine to our current digital publication, readers have been treated to a thoughtful review of the previous 12 months, our writers retur
What is Lefty's legacy?
When Phil Mickelson raced across the 13th green at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in the third round of the 118th U.S. Open and whacked his ball while it was careening down a slope away from the hole, he crossed through the fourth circle of golf hell. Not only did he change the direction of the shot as
Francesco Molinari named Golfer of the Year!
In recent years we've had the likes of Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Sergio Garcia win this prestigious award, but now it's Frankie's time. The Italian Stallion has had a year to remember, winning The Open at Carnoustie, the PGA Championship and the Race to Dubai.
Masters Betting Odds Have Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas on Top
The Masters are still more than a few months away, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait to bet on them. It’s anyone’s game as it is each and every year, but there are a few favorites coming out of the gate as some big names sit atop the list.
Awards season: Handing out the 2018 Rexys
In honor of the 10th anniversary of the Rexys, this year’s awards will be made of aluminum since it is the recommended gift for the occasion and, let’s be honest, most of these awards are going to be recycled anyway.
Walker medals at Web.com Tour Q-School; Xiong, Zhang notch top 10s
Danny Walker and Jimmy Stanger are both west coast guys — west coast of Florida, that is. From there, they traveled north and spent three seasons as teammates at the University of Virginia. Stanger, a year older, turned pro in 2017 while Walker entered the pro ranks this past summer.
Star-studded list of players commit to 2019 WM Phoenix Open
Tournament Chairman Chance Cozby announced today at the Tee-Off Luncheon that the Waste Management Phoenix Open Presented by The Ak-Chin Indian Community has already received commitments from six high-profile PGA TOUR players who will tee it up at “The People’s Open” Jan. 28 – Feb. 3 at TPC Scottsda
Traina Thoughts: The Biggest Sports Media Stories of 2018
1. The latest, brand new, hot-off-the-presses Sports Illustrated Media Podcast is a year in review roundtable with John Ourand of Sports Business Journal and Andrew Marchand of the New York Post.
Watch: Dan Marino the trick-shot artist ... who knew?
Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning ... there's a long line of NFL quarterbacks who have some serious game. But Dan Marino is one-upping all of them by adding trick shots to his repertoire.
Golf Unlikely to Feature in BBC's End-of-Year Sporting Celebration
IT HAS been a pretty special year for European golf. Francesco Molinari won The Open at Carnoustie, Georgia Hall won the Women’s British Open, Justin Rose, Ian Poulter, Paul Casey and Rory McIlroy all won on the PGA Tour, Tommy Fleetwood produced some spectacular golf all over the world. Oh, and Eur
Everything you need to know about the money-spinning match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson
Tiger Woods will take on old foe Phil Mickelson in a winner-takes-all exhibition match for a purse worth 9million US dollars (£6.96million) on November 23. Here, we answer the key questions about the contest in Las Vegas.
Kevin Kisner promises no more dancing at team events, puts Presidents Cup routine on Phil Mickelson
From tight fairways to internal squabbles, the 2018 U.S. Ryder Cup team had plenty of problems in Paris. In contrast, the 2017 U.S. Presidents Cup squad's biggest concern seemed to be coming up with fresh celebrations during a blowout win at Liberty National. And no two players attracted more attent
Sunday's Sound Off
— With our great President Donald Trump about to be totally exonerated in the Mueller program Hillary didn't look too happy at the funeral the other day. Could it be that she's worried about possibly going to jail? These next few months are going to be hilarious.
Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Fred Couples and other golf legends honor President George H.W. Bush at memorial service
A contingent of golfers, led by Jack Nicklaus, were in attendance for memorial services for former President George H.W. Bush. Bush, whose body was lying in state at the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C. before his funeral on Wednesday, was visited by horde of sports notables. Among them were Nick