Global Golf News for 18 Feb 2019
JB Holmes ended a brutal final day of the Genesis Open as a PGA Tour winner for the fifth time after clinching a one-shot win over Justin Thomas at Riviera.
J.B. Holmes outlasted Justin Thomas on a long day at Riviera Country Club.
Miguel Angel Jimenez rallies to win in a playoff with Bernhard Langer and Olin Browne
From J.B. Holmes' win to Matt Kuchar's apology, here is what you missed this weekend from the world of golf.
Social media and TV commentators couldn't let go just how slow the pace of play was for the final threesome at the Genesis Open
Justin Thomas was in command through 55 holes at Riviera Country Club, then suddenly his putter abandoned him.
J.B Holmes won, but he certainly took his time doing it. Plus, Jordan Spieth melted down and Justin Thomas let one slip away. It was a weird week in L.A.
Nelly Korda added to her family's impressive sports pedigree Down Under with a win Sunday in the Women's Australian Open.
J.B. Holmes rallied on a marathon Sunday from four strokes back to win at Riviera, earning $1.332 million from the $7.4 million
J.B. Holmes, mostly known for his prodigious tee shots, instead led the field in putting to win the Genesis Open.
Tiger Woods moved into the top five for a few moments during the final round of the Genesis Open, but another nearly 30 hole day eventually got the best of him
Tiger Woods, after an apparent momentum-seizing birdie off a deft bunker shot on No. 7 in the Genesis Open, promptly stalled instead. Afterward, he blamed the effects of a long week.