If the PGA Tour is going to put players on the clock, they need a slow-play policy that doesn't change from week to week
Wie is trying hard and beginning to succeed. She's earned a measure of respect
What can save golf from an uninspiring major championship season? With only the PGA Championship left, John Hawkins has the ideal week in mind
Bad timing by golf's ruling bodies casts a shadow over the seniors two most important tournaments
Rich Beem's PGA Championship win, his second impressive performance in three weeks, begs the question: Is he Tiger Woods' newest rival? Or the next Wayne Grady?
Despite what you may think, there are a lot of things the Angry Golfer really does like
Outdueling Anthony Kim head-to-head and holding off fast-closing Hunter Mahan, Tiger Woods wins his AT&T National event
When is it a choke and when is it something else? Phil Mickelson's late missteps at Bethpage Black only added to the debate
The 2009 PGA Tour Season could use a jolt
A great general and a fine President, but a member of golf's Hall of Fame?
In a wet and dreary U.S. Open that didn't end until Monday, Lucas Glover held off the back-nine charges of Phil Mickelson and David Duval -- and proved his mettle to his toughest critic: himself
Have issues with U.S. Open courses? Bethpage Black in particular? We've heard them all before
Only a fraction of the 156 players in the U.S. Open field will actually have a chance of winning. They might not be all the players you expect
He may be one of the most (quietly) funny guys on tour, but Jim Furyk is dead serious about winning another Open
20-20 hindsight makes it easy to illustrate your point ... especially when it concerns Tiger Woods
Given what he and his family are up against, Phil Mickelson will be an easy player to root for at Bethpage Black
More opinionated insight from the Angry Golfer
A reinvestment in golf proves John Daly needs the PGA Tour. These days, the PGA Tour needs Daly just as much
Fair or not, the mere specter of impropriety in golf has an unpleasant shelf life
Tiger Woods' recent struggles again have many pointing to Hank Haney. In reality, Haney's reach only goes so far.