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.
Bigger isn't necessarily better on the PGA Tour, where there's a battle between the haves and the have-mores.
Unlike other professional sports leagues, the PGA Tour has no drug testing policy. Tim Finchem may soon change that.
The Australians, all 23 of them, have made their mark on the PGA Tour in 2006. Bob Verdi explores how they got there.
Fred Couples tees off on the Ryder Cup, playing with Phil Mickelson and the PGA Tour's new TV contract.
Jesper Parnevik and Camilo Villegas are two of the coolest-looking cats on tour. Bob Verdi wonders what he has to do to be included on that list.
With its new season-ending schedule, the PGA Tour is hoping for a dramatic, NASCAR-like finish in 2007 and beyond, writes Golf World's Bob Verdi.
Vijay Singh has plenty of criticism for the PGA Tour, but as he likes to say, "They don't care what I think."
If Fred Couples was the PGA Tour commissioner, some things would surely change.
Golf galleries can become unruly at times, but you'll never see a brawl at a PGA event.
It was a wild race for the Ryder Cup team, but Jay Haas and Stewart Cink made it as captain's picks.
For most golfers, going for the green might mean a long iron on a par 5. For Tommy Tolles, it's the bottle of hair dye he decides to choose.
Former college teammates Chris Riley and Chad Campbell are as different as titanium and persimmon, but they both have bright futures on the PGA Tour
Steve Elkington has spent 18 fun-filled years on tour, and now he'd like to tell you all about it.