Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy will enjoy playing alongside Tiger Woods for the first two rounds of the PGA Championship despite the huge crowds and distractions their supergroup will create.
Tiger Woods’ comeback and Jordan Spieth’s quest for a career Grand Slam will seize the spotlight in Thursday’s opening round of the PGA Championship.
Jordan Spieth defeated Patrick Cantlay with a par on the first playoff hole to win the RBC Heritage title on Sunday after a final-round shootout.
Tom Hoge outduelled Jordan Spieth down the stretch to win the Pebble Beach Pro-Am this past Sunday, capturing his first PGA Tour title with a final-round 68.
Since the men’s World Ranking was officially launched in 1986, there have been only 24 world No 1 golfers, writes Brendan Barratt. Predictably, Tiger Woods heads up the list, having held top spot for 683 weeks, but who else has been top dog?
Olympic champion Xander Schauffele and three-time Major winner Jordan Spieth were named in the US Ryder Cup team, but there was no place for Patrick Reed as captain Steve Stricker completed his lineup on Wednesday. You may also like
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