It’s only fitting that on Super Bowl Sunday, the player who most resembles a linebacker outmuscled the field, with Brooks … Continue reading Koepka Conquers in the Desert
Gone are the days of the bulky golf shoe and metal spikes. Nike has been a leader and innovator when … Continue reading Nike’s Air Zoom Infinity Tour Elevates Golf Footwear to New Heights
When it comes to great moments of the last 10 years, there’s almost too much to pick from. After appearing … Continue reading At the end of the decade: Tiger’s comeback, Brooke’s breakthrough and DJ’s dominance
A New Year—and a new list of golf predictions that could come true. The sports futurism business is a tough … Continue reading Bold golf predictions for 2020
Seven—that’s how many Presidents Cups the American Team has won in a row. In some ways it is hard to … Continue reading Presidents Cup—International thriller or more American dominance?
Many thought World No. 1 Brooks Koepka was a shoo-in for the PGA Tour’s Player of the Year honours. Even … Continue reading Rory McIlroy’s Player of the Year title causes debate
With a first-place prize of $15-million, a shortened schedule that ends in August, and a revamped Tour Championship are among … Continue reading FedExCup offers plenty of changes, more money in 2019
Nearly 70 years ago, the Royal and Ancient took the Open Championship to Royal Portrush, a great links in the … Continue reading British Open Preview: Rors, Tiger and the return to Portrush
Every few years golf’s best players contest the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, one of the most famous courses in … Continue reading U.S. Open Preview: Tiger, Rory and Brooks will battle, but Pebble Beach is the real star
Four-time major winner Brooks Koepka came to the Canadian Open calling it a warm-up for golf’s next major championship next … Continue reading Brooks Koepka’s remarks on RBC Canadian Open—an honest athlete or disrespectful?