He may be nearing 70, but Chuck Cook's forward-looking ways are helping top players today.
Old men can't jump, golf nightmares are hell, and why you should 'kill the pig.' A revealing interlude with one of the all-time gr …
Master these shots inside the scoring zone.
In this month's installment of "Golf Saved My Life," Elise Polk recounts how, as a young girl dealing with hearing loss, she disco …
Living in the Arizona Desert has the D-Backs pitcher hooked on golf.
Heading to Phoenix? You'll get your fix and find great golf within the city limits.
The Silicon Valley hotbed is more than a high-tech haven
Don't laugh. Gary McCord has tried it all, and this is the best way to roll a golf ball.
A top-10 teacher and a long-drive champ show you how to go deep and stay on target
A cure for first-tee jitters, why the U.S. keeps losing the Ryder Cup, and other wisdom from the ultimate professional
Above all, the groove rule means wedges, and the name most associated with wedges belongs to Bob Vokey, a 70-year-old Eager to Gre …
Billionaire Bill Cook has bet $500 million that his Indiana resort and new Pete Dye course will set the standard for destination g …
Pausing from his on-air banter with David Feherty, this 'financial illiterate' makes a timely call
You're in need of a stiff drink, and after surviving the hilly Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz, Calif., you've got two choices.
After selling millions of records, Grammy winner Kenny G wants to conquer golf
Reverse spine angle is not to be confused with a reverse pivot, which looks similar but is a problem of poor weight shift.