With the announcement that Tiger Woods parted ways with Sean Foley, don't blame the swing coach for the former No. 1's lack of major victories, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
The World Golf Championship-Match Play event is headed to San Francisco's Harding Park in May, according to a source, with an official announcement expected Wednesday.
A final resolution to golf's anchored putting issue will be announced at a Tuesday morning news conference conducted jointly by the United States Golf Association and the R&A.
The FedEx Cup will continue in all its glory through 2017.
Phil Mickelson is the newest member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Tiger Woods will return to competitive golf next week at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
From explaining how much cash a sponsor really ponies up to even more talk about Tiger's putter, ESPN.com's Bob Harig answers reader's questions in his weekly mailbag.
Phil Mickelson, in his first comments since Tiger Woods' car accident and acknowledgement of marital infidelity, says golf "needs him to come back."
From golf balls to grooves, the past 10 years have transformed golf. So what can we expect in the next decade? ESPN.com's Bob Harig delves into the issues.
Two golf magazines have reported that Michael Whan has been selected new LPGA Tour commissioner and will be introduced Wednesday morning in New York.
With news of golf inching closer to inclusion in the 2016 Olympics, it's time to start tinkering with the proposed format of such an event, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
The European Tour's glitzy Race to Dubai, which was to culminate with what would have been golf's biggest purse, is apparently set to take a financial hit that will reduce prize money and a lucrative bonus pool.
Women playing against guys? Tiger without a major? The 2003 season was a weird one, to be sure.