The Lido at Sand Valley Golf Resort in central Wisconsin is perhaps the most ambitious project the golf course-developing Keiser family has undertaken.
Madison's Steve Stricker made all the right moves while serving as captain of a U.S. team that rolled to a 19-9 win over Europe in the Ryder Cup.
Europe has beaten the U.S. in nine of the last 12 Ryder Cups, but a talented American team captained by Madison's Steve Stricker is looking to…
Madison resident Steve Stricker has six captain’s picks, and there was no way he was going to leave “Patty Ice” off the Ryder Cup team regardless of the outcome, but it took the decision out of Stricker's hands.
Madison resident Jerry Kelly was two shots back of Stephen Dodd after carding a 68 in the third round of the final senior major championship of the year.
In a year of firsts in the majors, Collin Morikawa might have topped them all with his win Sunday in the British Open.
Louis Oosthuizen delivered a key par save on the 15th and an 8-foot birdie on the par-3 16th, finishing with a 1-under 69 and leaving him with a one-stroke lead after the third round of the British Open.
Louis Oosthuizen set a 36-hole record at the British Open and is halfway to ending that run of near misses at the majors.
Jordan Spieth's 5-under 65 certainly turned back time to four years ago when he lifted the claret jug at Royal Birkdale, and put him a shot off the lead held by Louis Oosthuizen.
Bryson DeChambeau fought the wind blowing in from the English Channel and the thick thatches of rough at Royal St. George’s. And then he fought with his clubmaker.
Strange as it was for the Masters to be played in November and the U.S. Open in September, the biggest fallout in golf last year from the COVID-19 pandemic was the British Open not being played at all.
In a revelation on Tuesday ahead of the British Open, Jon Rahm said there was a reason for his unusually short backswing, and it couldn’t be further from the theories he has heard that the Spaniard has “tight hips.”
Commentators for "The Match" asked Aaron Rodgers if he would be the quarterback of the Packers when the season starts, and he said he didn't know.
Jon Rahm came back from COVID-19 quarantine to become the first Spaniard to win the U.S. Open not just because he was the best player in the field this week, but because he handled the disappointment of being forced out of the Memorial so well.
No one had ever birdied the last two holes to win by one shot in 120 previous U.S. Opens until Jon Rahm’s fantastic finish on Sunday that made him the first Spaniard to win the title.
With Tiger Woods-like eagles on Saturday, Louis Oosthuizen and Mackenzie Hughes rallied to tie Russell Henley atop the leaderboard of the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
The weekend at Torrey Pines features major champions and major contenders, players who are unknown or unheralded, all of them still within reach of that U.S. Open trophy.
A long Thursday ended in darkness with Russell Henley in the lead and Louis Oosthuizen poised to join him when the fog-delayed opening round wrapped up Friday morning.
Led by the absence of Tiger Woods, this is not be the U.S. Open everyone expected just a few months ago. Not even close.
What separates Torrey Pines from all other PGA Tour stops except Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles is the grass named for the Kikuyu people in the East African highlands.
“I don’t know if I’d call it a conflict,” Brooks Koepka said of his relationship with Bryson DeChambeau. “We don’t like each other. There’s plenty of people you guys don’t like. I don’t see any difference.”
Phil Mickelson holds the wrong kind of U.S. Open record with his six runner-up finishes, most recently in 2013 at Merion.
There’s been something more in the air than humidity this week at University Ridge.
Andy Levinson, the tour's senior vice president who has overseen its COVID-19 protocols, could not say whether Jon Rahm had been vaccinated, and Rahm didn't mention that in his statement.
Madison's Steve Stricker had a one-shot lead going into the final round, but he missed seven putts inside of 8 feet, and his ball-striking also was off, leading to a 77 that dropped into a tie for 11th.