Global Golf News for 12 Jan 2019
Stewart Cink is smiling beneath the layers of sunscreen, especially after a career-low tying round of 62
Gary Woodland's approach shot into the 18th green at the Sony Open in Hawaii is one of the coolest shots you'll ever see.
Charley Hull got her 2019 campaign off to the perfect start as she held off Marianne Skarpnord to win the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open.
Same player, new flag: Rory Sabbatini, now a naturalized citizen of Slovakia, could be Olympic-bound.
American Matt Kuchar used a hot start to shoot his second-straight 63 and grab the halfway stage lead at the PGA Tour's Sony Open.
Jordan Spieth shoots a 66, but misses the cut by one in his 2019 debut
Matt Kuchar ran off four birdies in five holes to start his second round Friday on his way to a second consecutive 63 and a one-shot lead over Andrew Putnam heading into the third round in Hawai'i.
Matt Kuchar put himself in position to win his second PGA Tour title of the season after firing another 63 at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Chez Reavie holed out from the fairway three times for eagle at the Sony Open on Friday, something that hasn't been accomplished on the PGA Tour since at least 1983.
Chez Reavie, seriously? He holes out for eagles on three par 4s in second round of Sony Open in Hawaii