As the LPGA Tour season begins, there might be more questions than answers, writes GolfWorld's Ron Sirak. Among them, can Paula Creamer become No. 1 in the world?
Last year, the PGA Tour ended its season earlier so as to avoid football season. Maybe it should start later for the same reason.
Alternately laid-back and driven, Brittany Lincicome is a legitimate threat to win an LPGA event on any given week.
Compared to other sports, the game remains a sanctuary of model behavior. But as pro purses grow, golf's squeaky-clean image will surely be tested.
Hootie Johnson's name is often tied to Martha Burk's. But his legacy is a lot more than that, as Golf World's Ron Sirak notes.
Sure, there's cheating in golf, but nothing like the steroid scandal that has rocked the baseball world.
Golf World's Ron Sirak tees off on his tumultuous relationship with baseball and hating the Yankees.
Unlike baseball, golf will never have a steroid issue. It turns out the clubs are the only things that are bulked up.
With football in full swing and baseball playoffs starting up, the PGA Tour needs to change its fall schedule.
Tiger Woods has re-opened the door, allowing others seeking his throne to waltz through.
A rule change by the R&A costs three British Open champions dearly.