Trevor Immelman has been spending this post-Masters season battling a viral parasite he contacted either through water or a meal while in Augusta.
Tiger Woods is married, heading toward his 31st birthday and in a more peaceful state of mind -- which means trouble for the rest of the field.
The world's top golfer is also its hottest player as we head into the PGA Championship at Baltusrol.
Instead of the Big Four, we received a large dose of the Little Four at the Players. Could it be a preview to The Masters?
Can Phil keep it going? Will Tiger get it going? Here are a few questions for the second half of the golf season.
The tour's four biggest stars head toward Shinnecock where their usual power game will take a back seat to ball striking
For nonwinners like Ted Purdy, Joe Ogilvie and Stephen Ames a few hot weeks can start a career-altering path .
The second-year Wachovia Championship has added some needed excitement to a once quiet month.
The Masters isn't the first tournament of the year. But it might as well be.
Golf Digest looks back at a half a century of Palmer victories, defeats, laughs and memories.
Singh and Mickelson take over the show, as Woods waits and Els rests.
Things to think about as Golf World's Tim Rosaforte points to the U.S. Open.
After losing the '03 Masters in a playoff, Golf World finds that Len Mattiace isn't afraid to cry.