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Steve Stricker stood a mere 10 feet away from the lowest round ever in a major, a captivating moment at any other championship.
No matter how long it grows or even how quickly, the list of major champions from the tiny country of Northern Ireland just wouldn’t feel complete without Darren Clarke.
Thomas Bjorn and Tom Lewis have nothing in common except for the unlikely position they shared Thursday atop the leaderboard at the British Open.
Steve Stricker can appreciate better than most how the British Open is unlike any other major.
One clutch shot gave Jim Furyk two big trophies Sunday.
This should serve as a wake-up call for Jim Furyk: He’s tied for the lead at the Tour Championship, and very much in the hunt for the US$10 million FedEx Cup prize.
About the only thing fun for Jason Day was being atop the leaderboard in the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Martin Kaymer’s name is etched on the side of the Wanamaker Trophy.
Whistling Straits was there for the taking. So is this PGA Championship.
The fog finally lifted over Whistling Straits and revealed a stunning vista.
Louis Oosthuizen walked over the Swilcan Bridge toward a victory that was never in doubt Sunday at St. Andrews, another big moment in sports for South Africa.
The last test for Louis Oosthuizen was his second shot to the 17th green at St. Andrews, where the pin was planted perilously behind the Road Hole bunker.
Around the loop at the far end of St. Andrews, shots at the mercy of a vicious wind were flying in every direction as Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and so many others struggled to survive in the British Open.
Graeme McDowell doesn’t have the golfing pedigree of a U.S. Open champion at Pebble Beach.
Dustin Johnson plays his best at Pebble Beach no matter what month, no matter what stage.
The scenery at Pebble Beach was as spectacular as ever. The U.S. Open was as tough as ever.
Tim Clark couldn’t afford to look at the leaderboard, much less consider what it would mean to end 204 tournaments of frustration and finally win on the PGA Tour.
One round away from one of the biggest wins of his career, Lee Westwood of England knows what to expect on the final day of The Players Championship.
Lee Westwood doesn’t rate The Players Championship as the fifth major, but he’s sure playing like it is.
Tiger Woods hit one tee shot that went 190 yards and barely reached the fairway. He hit another shot smack into the middle of a sawgrass plant, the ball only seen by standing over it and suspended a few inches off the ground.