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It's National Hot Dog Day (Wednesday, July 23), which means it's a perfect day to reflect on all the priceless moments hot dogs have brought to our lives.
The Grill Room thought it would take this occasion to revisit perhaps the greatest golf cart creation of all time - the Batman Tumbler Golf Cart.
Hunter Mahan has karma on his side this week at the Canadian Open.
After 67 years in print, Golf World announced Wednesday that it will switch to an all-digital publication beginning July 28.
After a 30-year absence, the Long Drive Competition will return at next month’s PGA Championship.
Hall of Famer Karrie Webb is eager to deliver more than frosty drinks in an international team competition.
The South Koreans apparently have an unofficial captain who’s not on the roster.
Top seeds South Korea and the U.S. have more pressure on them than any other country in the inaugural International Crown.
Stephen Colbert did a two-minute riff on formerly engaged Rory McIlroy (Open Championship) and Caroline Wozniacki (Istanbul Cup) both winning titles on the same day last week.
Morning Drive brought in Golf Digest's equipment editor Mike Stachura to get an inside look at Rory McIlroy's bag.
Twenty-nine months after his last start in North America, Jarrod Lyle continues his return from leukemia this week when he tees it up on the Web.com Tour.
Tiger Woods' Ryder Cup hopes may come down to his ability to make the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are having a rough go of it, but you wouldn't know it listening to them diagnose their problems.
See who our experts think will have a big week north of the border, as the PGA Tour makes its annual stop in Canada for the RBC Canadian Open.
By honestly assessing Rory McIlroy's game, did Tiger Woods reveal how he views himself?
See which 10 players you should keep an eye on this week in the Great White North, as the Canadian Open heads to Royal Montreal for the first time since 2001.
The Americans will be sending out Rolex world No. 1 Stacy Lewis with No. 5 Lexi Thompson when the International Crown begins Thursday morning with fourball matches.
More than 500 PGA professionals were let go Tuesday after Dick’s Sporting Goods fired all of the full-time professionals in their golf sections, according to a report from ESPN.com.
Stacy Lewis turned her right ankle stepping on a sprinkler head in her practice round Tuesday morning for the International Crown but says she’ll be fine for the start of fourball matches on Thursday.
The PGA Tour heads north of the border this week for the RBC Canadian Open. Here are four early-round groups to watch.