This week's Chevron World Challenge offers the likes of Tiger Woods in the field, but why are some of the stars in the game -- such as Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy -- playing halfway around the world instead?
The phrase "Boo Weekley, world traveler" might appear to be an oxymoron, but that's not the case this week as one of the PGA Tour's most affable players is headed to Qatar. Bob Harig explains in his weekly Birdies And Bogeys column.
Randal Lewis knows no U.S. Mid-Amateur champ has made a Masters cut. That's no big deal since the 54-year-old realizes he's living in an Augusta National fantasy world that most golfers only dream about, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
No, Rory McIlroy isn't skipping Augusta, he's just taking a few weeks off to get ready for the year's first major. But is that a good plan? Recent history would suggest yes, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Rory McIlroy could have easily rested on his laurels after becoming world No. 1. Instead, he charged up the leaderboard Sunday and fell just short of a second-straight victory, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
After his Open Championship win last July, Louis Oosthuizen took an unexpected break. As he prepares for his PGA Tour debut this week at Riviera, Bob Harig looks at what's in store for "Shrek" in 2011.