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In interviews with the four major champions of 2021, they recall at least one shot everyone remembers and one that is just as meaningful.
As more stars prepare to bolt college for the LPGA, it begs the question: Can Q-Series be revamped to benefit all parties?
With 2021 almost in the books, GolfChannel.com's Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner count down the year's five best storylines.
Jason Kokrak and Kevin Na birdied 12 of their last 13 holes Sunday in fourballs and closed with a 12-under 60 to rally from at three-shot deficit and win the QBE Shootout.
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.
Jason Day and Marc Leishman had 12 birdies, two eagles and finished one shot short of the record for the scramble format.
Steve Flesch and Zach Johnson have built successful careers, but both started with through the investments of others.
Thorbjorn Olesen was cleared Wednesday of sexually assaulting a woman on a flight to Britain in 2019.
Viktor Hovland made consecutive eagles and closed with consecutive bogeys while overcoming a six-shot deficit to win.
Aside from Morikawa leading, Kopeka is five back, Burns and Berger are in the hunt while Spieth and McIlroy endured blunders.
This holiday event in the Bahamas is taking on a little more meaning for Bryson DeChambeau seeking a small measure of revenge.
It's said that green-reading books detract from the skill of the game. Isn't that the case for most golf technology?
McIlroy’s 2021 is like the cliché – hate the sin, love the sinner. In this case, his worst sin was wanting to succeed too much.
Many WD before Day 2 after the U.K. announced it was banning flights from South Africa to counter the spread of a new COVID variant.
Two-time major winner Martin Kaymer is taking three months off for the birth of his first child.