It’s no secret Miguel Angel Jimenez’s reputation precedes him. The Spaniard is known worldwide for fancying fine wines and expensive cigars, for his long hair and that unorthodox warm-up he does before each round. Oh, and for playing some good golf, too, as his 21 wins on the European Tour and four PGA Tour Champions
Two things were immediately obvious at the conclusion of the Belgian Knock-Out. First, the European Tour’s latest venture into an untried and innovative format —after 36 holes of stroke-play the leading 64 players qualified for the six series of nine-hole matches that ultimately pared the field down to the eventual champion—worked refreshingly well. Large crowds
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After two days of low scores at the AT&T Byron Nelson, the wind picked up late Saturday afternoon in Dallas, making the third round a grind for those at the top of the leader board. Trinity Forest Golf Club yielded just two rounds lower than four under, and none from the top 10. Luckily for
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Marc Leishman’s record at the Open Championship suggested he would probably fare well this week at Trinity Forest, but not even he could have imagined he’d play this well. The Australian backed up his career-low 61 with a five-under 66 on Friday, putting him at 15-under 127, his second-lowest 36-hole total in his PGA Tour
By law, golf scribes are required to evoke the name “Roberto De Vicenzo” anytime something like this transpires, so let’s get that out of the way. And, going on a limb here, the stakes weren’t quite as high during the second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson as they were during the final hours of
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Webb Simpson captured the Players Championship last week with an interesting array of clubs in his bag. Whether it be five metalwoods, an iron set starting at the 5-iron or the Arm-Lock style of putting he employed, Simpson’s sticks certainly weren’t the norm. The 2012 U.S. Open champion spoke with Golf Digest Equipment Editor E.
From time to time, weekend hackers take joy in the rare moments when the world’s best golfers look like us. Take Jordan Spieth missing a putt of less than a foot on Friday. No seriously. But tour pros aren’t anything like us on the golf course. Even tour pros you’ve probably never heard of. Take
Jordan Spieth’s putting struggles were on full display alongside Tiger Woods last Sunday at the Players Championship, most notably at the 72nd green, where the three-time major winner three-putted from five feet for a quadruple-bogey 8. Perhaps a trip to his home course, Trinity Forest Golf Club, for the AT&T Byron Nelson this week would
The wrong kind of shots were fired early Friday morning at Trump National Doral when a gunman entered the club’s hotel lobby, according to multiple reports. Police responded to a call that a man was “yelling and spewing information” at 1:30 a.m. from the Miami-area resort. Gunfire was exchanged before the man was shot several