COMMENTARY | Luke Donald will miss the tournament cut at the 2013 BMA PGA Championship following a two-round total of 150 (6-over par) at Wentworth. In doing so, the former World Number One wrote another chapter in what has become a rollercoaster career. More »2013 Has Been a Roller Coaster Year for Luke Donald
COMMENTARY | Regardless of your opinion on Sergio Garcia the person these days, Sergio Garcia the professional golfer is playing at an incredibly high level. More »Sergio Garcia Playing Impressive Golf Despite Off-Course Drama
COMMENTARY | Everyone in golf, let's agree to a moratorium on talking about race for a while. Before someone embarrasses the game again. More »Why is Race Such a Troubling Topic for Golf?
COMMENTARY | Life is defined by how one responds to opportunity. More »Tiger Can End Feud With Sergio by Accepting Apology
COMMENTARY | On Tuesday morning, golf traditionalists took a resounding victory, a 2-0 sweep, when both the R&A and the USGA agreed on signing in rule 14-1b, a ban against the use of an anchored putter, which will begin at the onset of the 2016 season. More »Golf Traditionalists Rejoice Ban of Belly Putter
COMMENTARY | The recent feud between Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods has turned ugly. While Garcia's recent comments at a press conference prior to the 2013 BMA PGA Championship were a mere two sentences, his words speak volumes on how far we have come as a society in terms of eradicating racism in our culture. More »Sergio's Racial Comments Prove We Have a Long Way to Go
COMMENTARY | The latest punch thrown in the Sergio Garcia-Tiger Woods feud was levied Tuesday night by the Spaniard at the European Tour's Players' Award dinner. And when the dust settled, it was Garcia who came out bloodied and rightfully so. More »Sergio Garcia Doesn’t Deserve a Pass for Racial Comments About Tiger Woods
COMMENTARY | Sergio Garcia crossed a line on Monday he never should have toed. More »Sergio Garcia crossed line with 'fried chicken' comment about Tiger Woods
COMMENTARY | The hammer has come down on the anchor, but do we even understand why? More »Adoption of Anchoring Ban a Matter of Stroke Integrity, Not Advantage
COMMENTARY | On the morning of May 21, the United States Golf Association (USGA) and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club (R&A) did exactly what everyone thought they were going to do: officially ban the anchored putting stroke. More »Three Issues More Important Than Anchored Putting
COMMENTARY | I support the anchoring ban. I don't support the lack of data to support the rationale of it. More »Where's the Beef? Governing Bodies Don't Show Statistical Proof Backing Anchoring Ban
COMMENTARY | A decade ago, Annika Sorenstam stood on the 10th tee at Colonial C.C., about to hit an historic tee shot. More »Colonial in 2003: The Missed Cut that Defined the Annika Sorenstam Brand
COMMENTARY | Sang Moon Base won the HP Byron Nelson Championship on Sunday, May 19 for his first career victory on the PGA Tour. In doing so, he also became the eighth first-timer to win in 2013. More »Multiple Winners Becoming Endangered on PGA Tour
COMMENTARY | Ken Venturi's father once said to him, "Son, when you're as good as you are, you can tell everybody. When you're really good, son, they'll tell you." More »Twists of Fate Gave Us the Gift of Ken Venturi
COMMENTARY | Rory McIlroy just wants something that fits. More »Rory McIlroy’s Management Shift Is Best for the Long Term
COMMENTARY | Your chances of qualifying for the U.S. Open are pretty slim. More »How to Qualify for the U.S. Open in 5 Easy Steps
COMMENTARY | In the arena of professional golf, not many players have interacted with the general public much like Ian Poulter. In doing so, Poulter has earned himself a mixed bag in terms of fanfare, which could not be more polarized among golf fans across the globe. More »Ian Poulter: The Golfer Fans Love to Hate
COMMENTARY | May is a weird month for Rory McIlroy. More »Rory McIlroy's Management Change Comes at a Bad Time
COMMENTARY | It's said often on the PGA Tour that it's hard to follow up one low score with another. More »Keegan Bradley Shot 60 at the Byron Nelson Championship, but Will He Win?
COMMENTARY | It's days like these that make the case to keep the anchored stroke legal. More »Keegan Bradley Shoots 60 at Byron Nelson Championship; An Anchored Putt from 59
COMMENTARY | Golf, it's great. Football (or soccer for the American folk like me), it's also great. Why hasn't someone found a way to combine the two? Well, someone has. More »Football Golf: Say Hello to a New Sport
COMMENTARY | When you were 14 years old, what better things did you have to do than go to school and play golf? Not much. More »Is Tianlang Guan Playing Too Much on the PGA Tour?