When Tiger Woods strolls into Augusta, Ga., for the Masters, a flood of tabloid media is likely to be in tow. So will there be any fallout?
David Toms sat down on the Hot Seat to prove he's quick on his feet when discussing PGA Tour policy matters, the upcoming Ryder Cup and, of course, LSU football.
With Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, David Toms, Chris DiMarco and Vijay Singh all losing on Friday, the Match Play lost a lot of star-power.
Need a last-minute study guide to help fill out your Match Play bracket? Look no further, as Jason Sobel breaks down all 32 first-round matches.
During a week when Michelle Wie and David Duval owned the headlines, often overlooked David Toms stole the spotlight.
David Toms (tournament-record 61) and Chad Campbell (62) played well together in the third round of the Sony Open. Wonder if Tom Lehman was watching.
David Toms and Chris DiMarco are great friends and bitter rivals, based on their college connections.
It was an all American final at La Costa, but the Australians made plenty of noise, too.
No Tiger. No Vijay. No Phil. But Toms/DiMarco could be a pretty entertaining Match Play final.
If Phil Mickelson hadn't made that putt on the 18th of The Masters, how would you feel about his major-less streak?