Birdies and Bogeys
The green jacket owned by the first winner of the Masters, Horton Smith, was sold at auction Sunday for nearly $700,000.
Ken Venturi, who passed away Friday at the age of 82, played a part in Arnold Palmer's controversial Masters win in 1958, writes Bob Harig.
Despite the controversy surrounding Fred Couples and Colin Montgomerie, the show must go on at the World Golf Hall of Fame, writes Bob Harig.
Vijay Singh, a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, has been linked among other athletes to a banned substance, according to Sports Illustrated.
The election of Fred Couples to the Hall of Fame shined a light on a selection process that needs an overhaul, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
How exactly did Ernie Els resurrect his career with a win at the Open Championship? It all started with his eyes, and a different kind of putting coach, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
When Phil Mickelson is inducted into the Hall of Fame on Monday night, he won't be the first golfer to wonder aloud why he's being honored with so much of his career ahead of him, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Phil Mickelson is the newest member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
With ballots due next week, here are three major flaws with the World Golf Hall process, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
As in other sports, PGA Tour players get voted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. But LPGA players like Laura Davies must earn their way in based on results.
By passing a few legends on the PGA Tour victory toteboard, Tiger Woods shined a spotlight on some forgotten champions.
Phil Mickelson seemed more excited to talk about the San Diego Padres than his golf game.