Phil Mickelson may own a dinosaur head, a meteorite and dreams of owning the San Diego Chargers, but forget about your silver-spoon preconceptions. As sure as he's one of the world's top golfers, Lefty is a man of the people.
Tiger Woods has no rival. In fact, his only peer doesn't play competitive golf anymore. That would be Jack Nicklaus, whose major record remains the biggest challenge.
The end result wasn't what he wanted, but Steve Stricker's run at the British Open proves he still has plenty of game.
The U.S. Open returns to Pittsburgh this week, home of the "Stillers," Iron City beer and Arnold Palmer's last stand.
Bigger isn't necessarily better on the PGA Tour, where there's a battle between the haves and the have-mores.
Lesser men would have washed themselves of a pal who went to prison, but Mark Calcavecchia isn't about doing the convenient thing, only the right thing.
When the final Masters field is announced in a few weeks, Augusta native Charles Howell III will find himself on the list.
"Twins" Bill Haas and Nick Watney have fellow players seeing double, reports Golf World's Bob Verdi.
How did the former "dirtiest player in the NFL" become Phil Mickelson's biggest fan? Just call it an act of charity.
Unlike other professional sports leagues, the PGA Tour has no drug testing policy. Tim Finchem may soon change that.
Jim Furyk provides some words of wisdom for his Ryder Cup teammates when it comes to succeeding at next week's Ryder Cup.
The Australians, all 23 of them, have made their mark on the PGA Tour in 2006. Bob Verdi explores how they got there.
Tiger Woods decided on the prescription, and the other British Open contenders took their medicine.
Five years after winning the British Open, then enduring the slump of all slumps, David Duval is on the way back, personally and professionally.
Greg Norman's Masters collapse in 1996 was painful but gradual. You had time to cover your eyes, unlike with Phil Mickelson's collapse at the U.S. Open.
Winged Foot's last major resulted in the defining moment of Davis Love III's career, writes Bob Verdi.