The calm exchange, amid the furore of yet another glorious milestone in a career still so adolescent, speaks volumes of the 19-year-oldâs temperament and steely focus on the future.
Dubai golf prodigy Rayhan Thomas has sensationally won his second professional title as an amateur, turning the tables on South African rival MathiamÂ Keyser at the 11th King Hamad Trophy in Bahrain.
The Race to Dubai might be run but the sprint to the finish line at the 10th DP World Tour Championship is anything but done.
Andrew Redington/Getty Images Molinari plays his second shot on the 3rd hole during day three of the DP World Tour Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates on November 17, 2018.Â Â By Kent ...
Thereâs often a tendency in golf for peopleâmany of them media membersâto overreact to comments made by the gameâs stars. Part of the reason for that is that sportâs biggest names rarely say anything interesting.
An inside look at the origins of the Tiger-Phil showdown, and the business it hopes to become.
For anyone who knows how much of a grind of mini-tour golf can be, youâll be able to appreciate Willie Mack IIIâs particularly precarious situation.
Scott Gregory introduced himself to golf fans around the world at this yearâs U.S. Open with a disastrous first-round 92 at Shinnecock Hills. But if you thought that was the last youâd hear of the young Englishman, then think again.
For a fleeting moment on Friday at Jumeirah Golf Estates, it really was game on in the two-man dogfight to become European No.1.
With three wins in 2018 to burst from journeyman touring professional to a player desperately unlucky not to earn one of Thomas Bjornâs Ryder Cup picks for Paris, Matt Wallace has every right to own lofty expectations.
There were none of the fireworks the game hoped for in the Ryder Cup singles match that wasnât in Paris but the quality of the golf Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed produced in Dubai on Friday was a nice consolation prize.