There is a golf course in Argentina’s Mendoza province, tucked away in the countryside’s vineyards and olive orchards, that boasts a replica of Carnoustie’s 17th hole. The Scottish salvo resides in South America thanks to José Jurado, although it’s unlikely he would see it as such. Known as the “Godfather of Argentinean Golf,” Jurado was
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f you’re still on the fence about whether or not golf is a mental game, make a mental note to talk to Michael Kim. You’ll have to wait a week, unless you’re going to Scotland, which is where the third-year PGA Tour player is headed to compete in the Open Championship after obliterating the field
Michael Kim had been imagining what a breakthrough win on the PGA Tour would look like for a while now. But the former college player of the year at Cal-Berkeley never envisioned it ending like this: an eight-stroke win after posting a John Deere Classic 72-hole scoring record of 27-under 254. Of course, the 25-year-old
If you needed more proof that the PGA Tour is as deep as it has ever been, Michael Kim provided it on Sunday at the John Deere Classic, winning in dominant fashion despite having missed five of his last six cuts entering the week. Kim’s rounds of 63, 64, 64 and his final-round 66 gave
GULLANE, Scotland — It’s safe to say not many saw this one coming. When Brandon Stone arrived in for the Aberdeen Standard Investment Scottish Open, the 25-year-old South African was languishing in 144th place on the 2017-’18 Race to Dubai. Nine times in 16 starts the former University of Texas star (where he was NCAA
John Daly has withdrawn from the 2018 Open Championship, citing “unbearable” osteoarthritis in his right knee. The not-so-surprising news continues what has been a frustrating season for the 1995 Open champ. RELATED: A look back at John Daly’s stunning win at St. Andrews Two weeks ago, Daly withdrew from the U.S. Senior Open after the
On multiple occasions this season, a relatively unknown player has given himself a legitimate chance at a breakthrough victory through 54 holes. Last week it was Kelly Kraft at The Greenbrier, and the week before that Mexico’s Abraham Ancer held a share of the 54-hole lead at the Quicken Loans National. Then there was Andrew
For the third time in less than 24 hours at the John Deere Classic, play has been suspended due to inclement weather in the area. While situations like this stink for everyone involved, players, volunteers, fans, etc., Cody Gribble may have gotten the worst of it with some impossibly bad luck. Allow us to explain.
On Wednesday, NBC/Golf Channel’s David Feherty said Gullane Golf Club, the site of this week’s Scottish Open, “is as burnt a links course” as he’s seen since maybe the 1989 British Open at Royal Troon. And from early reports, it seems Carnoustie, the site of this year’s Open Championship, is just as baked out. RELATED:
Oakland Hills Country Club’s South course will be the latest to undergo a significant renovation by Gil Hanse’s design team, a news release confirmed on Friday, as work will begin in the fall of 2019 to restore this Donald Ross gem, ranked No. 17 on Golf Digest’s most recent 100 Greatest rankings. The South Course
There are enough golf books on Scotland to fill every shelf at the New York Public Library. Yet Tom Coyne manages to take this well-covered subject and make it seem as fresh as the first snow of winter in “A Course Called Scotland.” The general premise involves Coyne—author of golf tomes like “Paper Tiger,” “A