Putting Requires Adaptive Athlete, Not Locked In Engineer Most of us are probably familiar with the Bobby Jones quote, “a game played on a five-inch course – the distance between your ears.” It’s an axiom that resists argument, especially for putting. The brain is such a powerhouse, and yet so fickle and fragile. When I …
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- Dark days behind him, Chris Kirk's path back from alcoholism to PGA Tour should be a model for other sportsLA QUINTA, Calif. – One thing that many sports fans forget on a regular basis is that the athletes they cheer for, or cheer against as (...)
- Brandon Hagy wasn't supposed to be in American Express. Now he holds first-round lead.LA QUINTA, Calif. – As it turns out, Jon Rahm had an impact on the first-round leader board of the American Express after all. Rahm, the (...)
- Rickie Fowler looks to put behind him 'by far the worst year that I had,' starting at the American ExpressLA QUINTA, Calif. – Rickie Fowler showed up at the American Express with a new look and a new attitude. The look was something close to a (...)
- Hatton outplays McIlroy to win in Abu DhabiEnglishman Tyrrell Hatton shot a sparkling 6-under par in the final round on Sunday to win the season-opening Abu Dhabi Championship by 4 strokes after overnight leader Rory McIlroy faded with an uninspired even-par 72 to drop into third.
- Clarke wins by 2 for 2nd straight Champions titleDarren Clarke won the Mitsubishi Electric Championship by two strokes on Saturday for his second straight PGA Tour Champions victory.
- Mickelson denies helping Walters' commutationAttorney Glenn Cohen told ESPN that Phil Mickelson "had nothing to do'' with gambler Billy Walters getting a commuted sentence and that despite what the White House said, no letter or phone call was made by Mickelson on Walters' behalf.