The offer still stands: One of these days, we're hoping for Bill Murray on the cover.
Why does Bill Murray regularly bring his humorous antics to Pebble Beach? It's his unique way of repaying golf for the impact the …
With the decision on anchoring seemingly imminent, a question of how average golfers will respond.
Mike Weir uses the comebacks of other veteran pros to inspire a return of his own.
A quick start to the 2013 season has Freddie Jacobson hoping it will be a year to remember.
Bill Haas has four victories on the PGA Tour, including the 2012 Northern Trust Open. Here are his tips for longer, straighter dri …
Chipmunks, a barnyard, lightning, near-misses, and other Medinah CC highlights and quirks as seen through the pages of Golf Digest …
Four Years Later, Captain Azinger Still Leaves His Ryder Cup Mark
After decades of making the journey to Augusta, a writer recounts a particularly memorable trip with his son.
So Yeon Ryu beats fellow South Korean Hee Kyung Seo in a playoff to claim the U.S. Women's Open.
Rory McIlroy has a two-shot lead heading to the weekend and Tiger Woods vaulted up the leader board with a 66 Friday at Augusta
Brett Waldman has decided to leave his job as Camilo Villegas' caddie to pursue his own playing career on the Nationwide Tour.
Regardless of the venue, the final round of the U.S. Open is rife with pitfalls
The late Pat Ward-Thomas's brilliant golf writing still holds up over time.
The Valley Of Sin is the Old Course's final, and perhaps most recognizable, challenge
Tiger Woods received more questions about his personal life than his golf game during his pre-tournament press conference.
Once flying high at Pebble Beach, Tiger Woods is now just looking to pick himself up off the ground.
Weekend television coverage of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach in June will go as late as 11 p.m.
Golf's biggest tournaments offer small putter companies an opportunity to get noticed
TV ratings rise for Masters, fall short of record set in 1997.
Phil Mickelson wraps up a feel-good Masters by winning his third green jacket.
Inspired by both his wife and mother's battle with breast cancer, an inspired Phil Mickelson captures his third Masters
All eyes will be on Tiger Woods on Thursday as he tries to steer the conversation back to just golf.