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Storylines of the Year: Biggest stories from '21

With 2021 almost in the books,'s Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner count down the year's five best storylines.


PNC Championship hypothetical odds: Team Woods, Team Thomas

PNC hypothetical odds: Team Woods, Team Thomas

PointsBet Senior Editor Teddy Greenstein joins Golf Today to discuss hypothetical odds for this week at the PNC Championship.

How you can watch Tiger's return at PNC

Tiger Woods makes his competitive return to golf at this week’s PNC Championship in Orlando, Florida. Here's when and how you can watch him.

Could Tiger be unveiling new driver at PNC?

Could Tiger Woods be unveiling a new driver at this weekend’s PNC Championship? The USGA just updated its conforming list with a ner TaylorMade driver.


Ron Sirak previews Tiger Woods at PNC Championship

Ron Sirak previews Tiger Woods at PNC Championship

Golf Channel contributor Ron Sirak joins Golf Central to preview the PNC Championship from Orlando, Florida, where Tiger Woods will return to competition with his son, Charlie, for the first time since his car accident.

Watch: Tiger, son Charlie are very much alike

How alike are Tiger Woods and his son, Charlie? Very, and here's a video of Tiger watching the video to prove it.

Timeline: A look at Tiger's return from crash

It's been a long road back for Tiger Woods, even before the Feb. 23 crash. Here's a look at his path back to competitive golf.

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Recapping top storylines of 2021 LPGA season

Recapping top storylines of 2021 LPGA season

Amy Rogers and Brently Romine offer some key takeaways from the LPGA's 2021 season, from Lydia Ko's resurgence to Lauren Coughlin's late push to stay on-tour in 2022.

As LPGA lures more college stars, is there better way?

As more stars prepare to bolt college for the LPGA, it begs the question: Can Q-Series be revamped to benefit all parties?

Corpuz learned toughness at LPGA Q-Series

Allisen Corpuz joins Golf Today to discuss her experience with the LPGA Q-Series and earning status on the LPGA Tour for 2022, as well as her expectations for the upcoming year.


Major champs recall shots, biggest and obscure

In interviews with the four major champions of 2021, they recall at least one shot everyone remembers and one that is just as meaningful.

Recruiting Bryson: College coach shares story

Former SMU coach Josh Gregory recalls Bryson DeChambeau's recruiting process and his first impression of the future superstar.

In April, near Zanzibar is where int'l tours will be

Officials with the European Challenge Tour, Sunshine Tour and ISM announced the creation of the Mount Kilimanjaro Klassic.

Love III's mother, Penta, dies at age 94

Penta B. Love, the mother of World Golf Hall of Fame player Davis Love III and widow of renowned swing coach Davis Love Jr., died Monday. She was 94.

Reviewing '21 based on every club in the bag

From Jon Rahm's putt that won the U.S. Open to Nelly Korda's major-winning 7-wood, here were the shots, by club, that shaped the year.

Perpall to become USGA's first Black president

Fred Perpall has been nominated as the USGA's president-elect will become the organization's first Black president since its inception.


The Reality of Turning Pro: Diving into pro golf

The life of an elite pro may be glamorous, but the journey to get there is usually anything but. Here are the experiences of those who have recently begun theirs.

Cunningham's journey as a dad, with dad

As a dad since college and with his dad by his side, George Cunningham rumbles in his RV, in search of a PGA Tour card.

Vaughn traded tour life for happiness

After winning the NCAA championship, Monica Vaughn seemed fast-tracked for the LPGA. But that's not where her heart was.

Swann: Going out on top and working way up

Kennedy Swann ended her college career on top. Now, she's hard at work, fighting for status and finances as a professional.


Thorpe: Money shouldn't hold black golfers back

Thorpe: Money shouldn't hold black golfers back

PGA Champions Tour golfer Jim Thorpe joins Doug Smith and Will Lowry to talk about finances and how the lack of money should hold back black golfers from achieving their dreams.
Golfers who faced bigotry need to be celebrated

Golfers who faced bigotry need to be celebrated

Will Lowry shares a story involving golf pioneer James Black and the discrimination he faced at golf tournaments, calling for more golfers to celebrate those who faced such treatment.

Elder would have won more without harassment

Harassment kept Elder from winning more

Jim Thorpe reflects on the legacy of trailblazer Lee Elder and others who would've been more successful had they not had to deal with name-calling and other forms of intimidation.