Ben van Hook
Following a four-year drought with a tear of great play, Inbee Park arrives at the U.S. Women's Open focused on winning her third consecutive major. It's all about balance
Twenty-five years after winning the U.S. Open (and 40 years after leaving Vietnam), Mr. Low-Key shares his secrets
Before she starred in the Solheim Cup, lifelong stutterer Sophie Gustafson delivered the interview of the year--and, perhaps, the biggest victory of her career
A roaring ride with Tiger's dad as he ponders hobo coffee, demolition men and, of course, his famous progeny
Clean fingernails, sirloin steaks, ice cream and the Lord's Prayer: A three-time Masters champion on the things that really matter.
Take it from the man in black: Rats save lives, caning isn't all bad, and we make our own breaks.
Fifty years after winning a green jacket, a Masters Champion remembers hustlers, mobsters and pool-hall basics
Q&A with Alexis Thompson
The genius of John Jacobs is back in style
With two majors under his belt Masters champion Angel Cabrera has an appetite for another green jacket and the career grand slam
From the belly of The Beast comes insight on 150-mile-per-hour clubhead speeds, 500-yard drives, 20-second hang times and 280-pound foes in spandex shorts
A crash cost Ken Green three loves of his life & part of his leg, but he vows to play on
The 18-year-old tour pro reveals how she stays cool under pressure--and more