Golf Timeline

Tiger Woods Is Pain Free, Returns To Tournament Golf

Tiger Woods returning

Tiger Woods said Tuesday before his annual golf tournament at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, MD that he is pain-free for the first time in about two years, and he intends to play in the Open Championship in July. In late March, Woods underwent underwent surgery for a pinched nerve in his back. His return… Read more »

Lucy Li Ends Incredible Run at U.S. Women’s Open

Lucy Li, 11, misses the cut at U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst

Lucy Li, the 11-year old golfing phenom who took the entire golfing world by storm this week, missed the cut during the second round of the U.S Women’s Open at Pinehurst, North Carolina. Li shot a 78 on Friday and finished her remarkable run at 16 over par. Li qualified for the tournament last weekend… Read more »

Phil Mickelson Could Be Facing Prison For Insider Trading

Phil Mickelson Could Be Facing Prison For Insider Trading

Phil Mickelson could be looking at prison time after the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Securities and Exchange Commission opened up an investigation into possible insider trading. The investigation reportedly involves some other big names, including billionaire Carl Icahn and Las Vegas gambler William Walters. Authorities believe Mickelson and Walters may have traded… Read more »

Tiger Woods Withdraws From U.S Open Due To Injury

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Golf fans everywhere were disappointed today when Tiger Woods announced he will not be playing in this year’s U.S. Open. The U.S. Open is from June 12th to June 15th at Pinehurst No.2, which is where Woods tied for third in 1999 and was runner-up in 2005. Woods withdrew because he is still recovering from… Read more »

Lizette Salas Tweets, Instagrams Celebration After LPGA Victory

Lizette Salas wins her first lpga Tournament

Yesterday was a memorable day for golfer Lizette Salas. Earning her first victory since she joined the LPGA in 2011, Salas completed the course at Kingsmill 13 under par for the tournament, four strokes ahead of the three women tied for second, Yani Tseng, Lexi Thompson and Sarah Jane Smith. The LA Times reports that… Read more »

Madeira Open: Golfer Alastair Forsyth’s Caddie Dies Of Heart Attack

Madeira Open Tournament

A Zimbabwean caddie who worked for golfer Alastair Forsyth has died on the final day of the Madeira Open golf tournament in Portugal. The man, identified as Iain McGregor, passed away after he suffered a heart attack at the venue. According to the Associated Press, the McGregor’s life could not be saved despite best efforts… Read more »

Jordan Spieth Won’t Win The Masters — Here’s Why He’ll Choke

Jordan Spieth will not win the 2014 Masters.

Jordan Spieth is the feel-good story of the Masters right now. The affable 20-year-old has soared to the top of the leaderboard after three rounds and is currently tied with former Masters winner Bubba Watson. It’s a great story. Too bad Jordan Spieth will choke away the win. Is Jordan Spieth one of the most-talented… Read more »

Caroline Wozniacki: You Won’t Believe How She Shook Up The Stuffy Old Masters

Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki, the 23-year-old former world Number One tennis player, showed up at the Masters golf championship in Augusta, Georgia, Wednesday and she brought a surprise for one of professional sports’ stuffiest and most conservative events — on her head. The Masters has not officially started, but on Wednesday the 80-year-old pro golf championship hosted… Read more »

Robert Garrigus’ Caddie Calls Out Rival, Kevin Na

Robert Garrigus - was his caddie out of line for calling out Kevin Na for slow play

If Robert Garrigus wins the Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor, Florida this weekend, all will be forgotten between him and fellow player, Kevin Na. However, if Garrigus happens to lose the tournament by one or two strokes, he (or his caddie) will likely explode over the slow play of his playing partner. Sunday is shaping… Read more »

Karrie Webb Wins Australian Open Golf For 5th Time

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Today was a good day for Karrie Webb, who won the LPGA Australian Open golf championship for the fifth time. Webb started the final day with a five-stroke deficit, but was quick to take the lead. She ended the tournament with a score of 4-under 68 in the final round, beating Chella Choi by one… Read more »