With their regular partners electing not to compete in the Zurich Classic of New Orleans last week, Ryan Palmer and Jon Rahm teamed to win the PGA Tour’s annual pairs event, outpacing Tommy Fleetwood and Sergio García by three strokes at the TPC Louisiana.
Australia’s Minjee Lee won the Hugel-Air Premia LA Open in California on Sunday, capturing her fifth LPGA Tour title by four strokes at Wilshire Country Club.
After six second-place finishes in eight seasons on the European Tour, Spain’s Jorge Campillo won his first title, the Trophée Hassan II in Morocco.
Tiger Woods’ majesty has not just been restored by his victory at the Masters, it has been recast with an even deeper appreciation of his achievements, writes Ron Green Jr.
Rory McIlroy’s father, Gerry, has found a home at renowned Seminole Golf Club, where he has become a popular member and where he competed in his first Coleman Invitational last week.
Edoardo Molinari created a Saturday stir by tweeting a European Tour list of slow-play offenders – and spoke to GGP about his actions following Sunday’s final round of the Trophée Hassan II.
Molinari and his younger brother, Francesco, have maintained a close kinship despite the divergent paths down which their respective careers have taken them, writes John Steinbreder.
After a strong 2018 season, the LPGA Tour’s American contingent is off to a slow start this year, writes Ron Sirak.
Scott Harvey won the Coleman Invitational at Seminole Golf Club for the second time in three years, while Steve Harwell captured the senior division title.
Although Rabat, Morocco, and Augusta, Ga., are worlds apart, they share some common attributes relating to golf, this week’s installment of The Divot explains.
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