There's no shock that Tiger Woods -- at more than $117 million in 2008 -- tops Golf Digest's list of top 50 earners in golf. But a couple of the names in the top 5 haven't won a PGA Tour event in more than a decade, writes GolfWorld's Ron Sirak.
You can't get good odds on Tiger Woods. But wager against him at your own risk.
Throughout every generation of golf's history, there has always been a Big Three. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh are filling that role just fine, thank you.
There is golf and then there is Tiger golf. Fire up the Buick, Tiger, and let the season begin, writes Ron Sirak.
The World Golf Hall of Fame has gained such acceptance that it no longer needs to worry about accommodating the ungrateful, writes Ron Sirak.
Vijay Singh wasn't exactly the people's choice, but he got just enough votes to squeak into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Where does Vijay Singh's 2004 season rank in the top 10 in PGA Tour history?
Tiger Woods' golf game has been stale this year. Perhaps marriage will get him back on track.
With more young stars on its side, the European future looks much better than that of their American counterparts.