Thirteen years after up-and-comer Ernie Els won the U.S. Open at Oakmont, he returns ... but time is no longer on his side.
After tearing his ACL last year, Ernie Els has found it tough to bounce back to be among the world's top players, writes Golf World's John Hawkins.
Trying to break out of a mini-slump, Fantasy Focus is picking putting master Brad Faxon to win the Honda this week.
John Hawkins had to travel from In-N-Out Burger to St. Andrews to a bathroom in Hartford, but he collected plenty of memories from the '05 season.
Big Five. Big Four. Big Two. Big One. However you look at it, the elite players are hardly continuing their rivalries this season.
After a 2004 season in which he fell short in all four majors, Ernie Els is looking forward to 2005.
You saw Phil Mickelson's winning putt at the Masters. What you didn't see afterwards may surprise you.
Are long putters legalized cheating or much ado about nothing? Depends on which tour pro you ask.