Tiger Woods and Lorena Ochoa will each earn Player of the Year honors on their respective tours, but who had the better season? Ron Sirak says the numbers and intangibles are so close, it's tough to call.
The FedEx Cup playoffs haven't even started yet, but make no mistake, the golf season ended with the PGA Championship.
When will Tiger Woods pass Jack Nicklaus? Ron Sirak has a date: July 18, 2010.
Tiger Woods looked simply dominating on Sunday. But as GolfDigest.com's Ron Sirak writes, it may only be the tip of the iceberg.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will renew their rivalry this week, but Sergio Garcia could make things interesting at the PGA Championship.
By failing to remain at Baltusrol for the Monday continuation of the final round, Tiger Woods almost committed a major blunder.
Phil Mickelson is now a two-time major champion. And Golf World's Ron Sirak thinks there's more to come.
If Tiger Woods is to prevent another no-name PGA winner, he'd better get on his horse soon.
Jack Nicklaus has either 18 or 20 major wins. Tiger Woods has 10 or 13. Why the confusion? We can all blame Bobby Jones.
The Nationwide Tour's Cox Classic isn't a major in the traditional sense, but with Jason Gore as champion, it will go down as a major story this year.
With football in full swing and baseball playoffs starting up, the PGA Tour needs to change its fall schedule.
Unlike the USGA at Shinnecock, the PGA didn't make Whistling Straits any harder than it already was.
What's wrong with Tiger? His swing? His woman? Maybe he just needs to have a little fun.
The PGA Championship should return to its roots, meaning match play in May, writes Ron Sirak.
Tiger Woods is still No. 1, but Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els are playing like the two best players on the planet.
Golf Channel suspended play-by-play announcer Kelly Tilghman for two weeks on Wednesday for saying last week that young players who wanted to challenge Tiger Woods should "lynch him in a back alley."