ESPN golf analyst Andy North gives his take on just how impressive Tiger Woods' win at the U.S. Open was, and what the world's No. 1 player will face to get back on the course.
The quality of play wasn't exactly stellar on Day 1 of the Match Play, but that's to be expected at an event like this.
Anything goes at the Accenture Match Play, but Andy North nevertheless handicaps the four brackets.
Michelle Wie faces a tall task as she makes her PGA Tour debut at the Sony Open in her home town of Honolulu.
The 2003 winners get a leg up on the rest of the Tour at the season-opening Mercedes Championships.
For all that Tom Watson and Bruce Edwards accomplished at the U.S. Open and in their fight for an ALS cure, how could they not be the story of the year?
Annika impressed a lot of people at the Skins Game, with the three guys she competed against topping the list.
After Tiger and Ernie played three incredible playoff holes to a tie, the captains made the right move by stepping in.
Annika breaks new ground (again) at the Skins Game, which begins today. Here's what she has to do to win it.
Andy North takes a look at the keys to playing Champions Golf Club this week.
For the first time in the Tiger Woods era, the Tour Championship actually means something this year.
The Player of the Year race is anyone's to win down the stretch, which makes these next few weeks an exciting time to be a golf fan.
The over-40 crowd that has had so much success on the PGA Tour in 2003 found more of it at the Canadian Open.
Jim Furyk is a major champion for the first time, but don't expect the biggest win of his life to change him.
Olympia Fields doesn't rely on length alone to stymie the field, but rather on more subtle devices.
Andy North runs down his strategies for winning the U.S. Open (it's not as hard as you'd think).