Golf Sitemap - Page 7 2016-09-26
1991 PGA Championship: Grip It and Rip It Arrives
Golf had a new folk hero after the 1991 PGA Championship, the grip-it-and-rip-it John Daly. And he wasn't even supposed to be in the tournament.
1992 PGA Championship: Price's First Major Victory
The golfer who won the 1992 PGA Championship tournament claimed his first victory in major, but he went on to win two more major championships.
Develop a Pre-Shot Routine to Achieve Proper Golf Alignment
A pre-shot routine can help a golfer achieve proper alignment and start the ball on the right line. At the very least, it will help you miss better!
Use an Intermediate Target to Improve Your Aim in Golf
Do you struggle with alignment and aim in golf? The best golfers always pick an intermediate target to help them line up correctly. Here's how it works.
Free Golf Tips (Videos, Tutorials and Lessons for Golfers)
Does your golf game need a little help? These videos, tutorials and lessons offer golf tips for golfers seeking to improve their swing and score.
Tiger Woods' Bad Drop at 2013 Masters: Penalty, No DQ, Aftermath
A real-time look at the bad-drop incident for Tiger Woods at the 2013 Masters - the penalty, why he wasn't disqualified, and the aftermath.
Which Golfers Played in the Most Ryder Cups?
Find out which golfer played the Ryder Cup the most times, and also what other golfer is poised to tie the all-time record for Cup appearances.
Golfer Matt Every: From Big Break to PGA Tour Winner
Pro golfer Matt Every advanced far after first being in the spotlight as a cast member on The Big Break TV series. Find out more about him.
TaylorMade Penta TP Golf Ball Review
The TaylorMade Penta TP golf ball was the first 5-layer ball when it was introduced in 2010. Here's a look at how these balls performed.
Nike Ignite Driver Review (The Original)
Does the Nike Ignite driver live up to the hype? Here's a review of the original club, introduced to the golf world when Tiger Woods began using it.
Golfers With Most Wins in LPGA Majors
Which golfers have won the most LPGA majors in their careers? Here is the list of golfers with the most wins in women's majors.
LPGA Career Grand Slam and the Women Golfers Who've It
What does it take to win the career grand slam in women's golf? Here are all the LPGA stars who've done it, and how they achieved the huge feat.
Golf Career Grand Slam Winners
Which golfers have won the career grand slam? View the short list learn how each golfer achieved this rare feat.
Ping Intros GMax, i Iron Sets + Glide ES Wedge, Putters
The GMax irons and i Irons headline new golf equipment introduced by Ping in mid-2015. Here's a closer looking, including new wedges and putters, too.
Ping Cadence TR Ketsch Mid
Ping Cadence TR Craz-e-r
Ping i Irons
Ping Glide ES Wedge (Eye Sole)
Ball Mark Repair Tools
What should you use on pitch marks on the green? This is what a ball mark repair tool looks like.
How to Use a Ball Mark Repair Tool
Here is step one in using a ball mark repair tool to fix pitch marks on the golf green.
Fixing Ball Marks on the Golf Green
An explanation of the right way and wrong way to use the ball mark repair tool to fix pitch marks on the golf green.
Completion of Ball Mark Repairs
To finish a ball mark repair, use a putter to smooth over the grass on the putting green.
How to Repair Ball Marks on the Golf Green
Learn the right way to repair ball marks on golf greens, and why it is important for golfers to do so.
Cobra S3 and S3 Max Golf Drivers Review
Read this review of the Cobra S3 and Cobra S3 Max drivers to learn if they live up to the hype.
Who Invented the Golf Tee?
Who was the inventor of the golf tee? There is one man who is generally credited with that feat, but he's not the real answer. Let's explore.
1971 PGA Championship Tournament Scores and Recap
The golfer who won the 1971 PGA Championship completed a second career Grand Slam by doing it. Here is a tournament summary and the final scores.
1969 PGA Championship Golf Tournament
A party boy and racial strife - two very different themes at the 1969 PGA Championship golf tournament. Find out who won and how.
1974 PGA Championship Tournament: Trevino vs. Nicklaus
Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino battled head-to-head in a major again at the 1974 PGA Championship tournament, and the outcome was a familiar one.
1976 PGA Championship: A 10-Footer for Par to Win
A 10-foot par putt on the final hole to win the 1976 PGA Championship ... find out which golfer made that putt to win this major tournament.
1977 PGA Championship: 1st Sudden Death Playoff
The 1977 PGA Championship tournament was the site of the first-ever sudden death playoff in one of golf's majors. Find out who won, plus the scores.
1961 PGA Championship: 120 Feet of Clutch Putts
The golfer who won the 1961 PGA Championship did so in a playoff, but its his putting performance down the 4th-round stretch that is legend.
1958 PGA Championship Tournament: A Major Change
A major change came to the PGA Championship in 1958: It switched from match play to stroke play. Find out who the first winner was under the new format.
1973 PGA Championship: Nicklaus Surpasses Jones
Jack Nicklaus became golf's all-time leader in major championship titles by winning the 1973 PGA Championship and surpassing Bobby Jones.
1972 PGA Championship Golf Tournament Summary, Scores
One of golf's all-time greats won the 1972 PGA Championship golf tournament. Find out who, plus view a tournament summary and the final scores.
1970 PGA Championship Tournament: Arnie's Last Near-Miss
It was close but no cigar for Arnold Palmer at the 1970 PGA Championship, but the winner got to light up. Find out who that was, plus view the final scores.
1968 PGA Championship: Winner Almost as Old as the Major
The winner of the 1968 PGA Championship golf tournament set a record that still stands for oldest champ at any of golf's four majors.
1967 PGA Championship Golf Tournament Scores and Results
An 18-hole playoff was required to determine the winner of the 1967 PGA Championship golf tournament. Find out who that was and view the final scores.
1965 PGA Championship Tournament: Marr Clears the Bar
Dave Marr didn't win a lot of golf tournaments, but he won a major - the 1965 PGA Championship. Here's how it happened, plus the final scores.
1964 PGA Championship: Scoring Record Lasted 30 Years
A 64 in '64 - that was the story of the 1964 PGA Championship golf tournament for the winner, who set a scoring record that stood for 30 years.
1959 PGA Championship Golf Tournament Summary and Scores
The winner of the 1959 PGA Championship tournament became famous later as one of golf's better-known broadcasters. Here's how he won.
1962 PGA Championship Tournament Summary and Scores
The golfer who won the 1962 PGA Championship tournament was quite a Player. Check out the final scores and tournament summary.
1960 PGA Championship: Keeping It In the Family
Who won the 1960 PGA Championship golf tournament? The brother of the man who won it in 1957. Here's the story plus the final scores.
Cleveland Mashie Hybrid Golf Club Review
The Cleveland Mashie is a hybrid golf club with throwback looks. But how modern is its performance? Let's find out in this review of the club.
Proper Golf Grip: How to Take Hold of the Club
Here is a step-by-step guide to the correct way for golfers to take their grip of the club, starting with the lead (or top) hand.
Picture the Dots to Visualize Where to Place Golf Grip
Picture these dots on a golf glove to visualize the proper positioning of a golf club's grip in the golfer's lead (top) hand.
Place the Golf Club In Fingers, Not Palm of Top Gripping Hand
For the best golf grip, the handle of the club should go more in the fingers, rather than the palm, of the hand.
Lead-Hand Thumb Position in the Golf Grip
With the golf club in your fingers, now place the thumb toward the back side of the shaft.
Knuckles and V-Position in Golf Grip
Check the position of your knuckles and the angle of the 'V' formed by your thumb and forefinger as a final step in the top-hand grip of a golf club.
1993 Ryder Cup Matches: Teams, Records and Recap
Who won the 1993 Ryder Cup, and how'd they do it? Here are the match-by-match results, plus a recap and the win-loss records of all the golfers.
PGA Tour Schedule for 2013-2014 Season
This is the schedule of tournaments for the 2013-14 season on the PGA Tour, which began in October 2013 and concluded in September 2014.
Backswing Stretch with Golf Club Helps Create Max Power
Want to stretch out your backswing to regain some power in your golf game? This flexibility exercise for golfers is easy enough to do during your round.
Swing Plane Drill: Use a Quarter to Check Your Balance
Want to improve your golf swing plane for only 25 cents? Here's how you can use a quarter to check your balance and improve your plane.
What Is a Hole In One in Golf?
What is a hole in one in golf? Here's the definition, plus who made the first one - along with information about odds and some amazing/unusual aces.
What Is a Semi-Private Golf Course?
Do you know what a semi-private golf course is, and what it offers (and doesn't offer) to golfers in the general public? Let's explain the term.
Who is the Ryder Cup Named After? (Ryder Cup Founder)
Who put the 'Ryder' in Ryder Cup? Meet the man the golf tournament is named after, and find out why his name is on the trophy and the tourney.
PGA Tour Q-School: Qualifying Tournaments
Does PGA Tour Q-School still exist? Here's a look at the qualifying tournament, with its winners, format and what replaced it as the qualifying method.
2015 British Open Golf Tournament: The Zach Attack
It took a 4-hole playoff among three golfers to decide the winner of the 2015 British Open. And that champion was a major winner for a 2nd time.
Amateur Winners In Golf Majors and Best Finishes Since
Here is the list of amateur golfers who've won professional majors, plus all the Top 5 finishes since the last amateur winner in 1933.
Jack Nicklaus, 1972: Coming Close to Winning 3rd Major
Jack Nicklaus had hopes of a Grand Slam in 1972 after winning the Masters and US Open. But a familiar foe got in the way at the British Open.
Arnold Palmer, 1960: Oh So Close to Grand Slam Dream
Arnold Palmer is one of six golfers who won the first two majors in a year. Did he win the third in 1960? Here's the answer.
Golfers Who Won Year's 1st Two Majors, How They Did in 3rd
Only six golfers have won the Masters and US Open in the same year. But how did those 6 fare in the third major of the year, the British Open?
Tiger Woods, 2002: British Open Dashes Grand Slam
In 2002 Tiger Woods won the first two majors of the year. Going for the Grand Slam, he ran into a bit of trouble in Scotland.
Ben Hogan in 1953: 1st Golfer to Win 3 Pro Majors
Ben Hogan is the only golfer to win the Masters and US Open in same year twice. And one of those years, he even won the next major, too!
1st First Golfer to Win Masters-US Open Double
Who was the first golfer to win the Masters and US Open in the same year? Craig Wood. But something big got in the way of Wood going for a 3rd major.
Playoffs at the British Open Golf Tournament
Check out the list of playoff winners and losers at the British Open, with scores from each plus interesting facts.
How Poorly Fit Golf Clubs Can Hurt Your Game
Here's a before-and-after example of how poorly fitting golf clubs can cause problems in the swing, and how a clubfitting can help correct that.
Basics of Ball Flight in Golf (Simple Causes - Effects)
Tired of other golfers 'helping' you with tips after your mis-hits? Learn the basics of ball flight and you'll be able to help yourself.
Belly Putter Set-up and Stance
The Belly Putter Stroke
How to Use a Belly Putter in Golf
If you want to give a belly putter a try, here's how to use one - the proper technique for stance, set-up and stroke, plus other considerations.
High Winds Blow 2015 Open Championship Into Monday Finish
Already delayed by rains, very high wins on Saturday at the 2015 British Open are blowing the tournament into a very rare Monday finish.
Jack Nicklaus' Swilcan Bridge Farewell at The Old Course
Jack Nicklaus poses on the Swilcan Bridge at the 2005 British Open, the last time Nicklaus played the Open Championship. Page 5.
Sam Snead Danced On Top of the Swilcan Bridge
Sam Snead danced on the Swilcan Bridge on a practice day at the 2000 British Open. Page 7.
Swilcan Bridge in 1929: Wethered vs. Collett Vare
Joyce Wethered and Glenna Collett Vare cross the Swilcan Bridge in St. Andrews in 1929. Page 10.
Swilcan Bridge Kiss: Padraig and Caroline Harrington
Padraig Harrington kisses his wive Caroline on the Swilcan Bridge in St. Andrews. Page 4.
Tom Watson's Swilcan Bridge Farewell to St. Andrews
Tom Watson says goodbye to St. Andrews from atop the Swilcan Bridge at the 2010 British Open.
US Open Winners Posing on the Swilcan Bridge
Four US Open Winners pose on the Swilcan Bridge at The Old Course in St. Andrews during a British Open practice round in 1995. Page 9.
Arnold Palmer's Swilcan Bridge Farewell to British Open
Arnold Palmer waves from the Swilcan Bridge during his final appearance in the British Open, in 1995, at St. Andrews. Page 8.
Bill Murray's Photo Atop the Swilcan Bridge
Bill Murray and pals pose on the Swilcan Bridge in St. Andrews, Scotland. Page 3.
Colin Montgomerie and Friends on the Swilcan Bridge
Colin Montgomerie and some of his wig-wearing fans pose on the Swilcan Bridge. Page 6.
Lorena Ochoa on the Swilcan Bridge at St. Andrews
Lorena Ochoa shows off her trophy for winning the 2007 Women's British Open while posing on the Swilcan Bridge. Page 2.
Hit and Hold the Finish to Become a Better Putter
Not staying down over the putt - coming out of your posture - is major cause of missed shots on the green. Learn to hit and hold to make more putts.
Interesting Facts About the Ryder Cup Trophy
Here are some fun facts about the Ryder Cup trophy, including the identity of the golfer on which the trophy's miniature golfer is based.
How Are Golfers Selected to Play in the Ryder Cup?
How do the USA and Europe teams for the Ryder Cup get selected? Find out how the 24 golfers are chosen to participate.
Should Beginner Golfers Take Lessons?
Taking golf lessons is not something a beginner must do, but it is something every beginning golfer should do, and will benefit from. Find out why.
What Is a "Duffer" in Golf? Nuances of the Term
Do you know what a duffer is in golf? The term describes weaker golfers - but is it an insult? Context is important. Let's take a closer look.
Putting Across Sprinkler Heads in Golf: Free Relief?
If you are putting from off the green, but there is a sprinkler head between you and the putting surface, do you get to move your golf ball?
2011 British Open: Clarke Gets His Major Win
A 42-year-old fan favorite finally got that elusive victory in a major championship at the 2011 British Open. Here's how it happened, plus final scores.
How Michelle Wie Did in Tournaments Playing Against Men
How many times did Michelle Wie play on the PGA Tour? Did she make any cuts? Here's a look at all her scores in men's golf tournaments.
Michelle Wie's Height: Just How Tall is She?
Just how tall is professional golfer Michelle Wie? And how many Michelle Wies would it take to reach the moon ... or the planet Pluto?
The Right Times to Tend the Flag In Golf (Or Request It)
When is it OK to ask another golfer to tend the flag for you? And when should you do the same for another golfer? Good questions! Here are the answers.
Clubhead Lag: What It Is In Golf and Drills to Feel It
Clubhead Lag is a secret that great golfers have and most of the rest of us don't. Learn what it is, why it matters, and drills to help you feel it.
With Proper Lag, Shaft Leans Toward Target at Impact
Getting the Feel of Clubhead Lag
Using an Impact Bag (or Pillow) to Feel Clubhead Lag
2015 US Women's Open Golf Tournament: Chun Gets It Done
A golfer who was already famous in some parts of the world - but little known elsewhere - rallied for victory at the 2015 US Women's Open tournament.
What Is a Links Golf Course in Golf?
From the Golf History FAQ, the About Golf Guide addresses the question,
US Women's Amateur Public Links Championship
What was the US Women's Amateur Public Links Championship? Find out, and view the list of winners plus more tourney info and trivia.
1898 US Open Golf Tournament: A Hard-Drinking Winner
The 1898 US Open golf tournament winner was such a hard drinker the USGA feared giving him the trophy, thinking he might pawn it for booze money.
1902 US Open Golf Tournament: New Ball, Lower Scores
Two big firsts happened at the 1902 US Open golf tournament, including the first use of a new type of golf ball. Here is the story and final scores.
1904 US Open Golf Tournament: First Back-to-Back Champ
The 1904 US Open golf tournament was the first one with a cut, and produced the first back-to-back winner. Here are details and final scores.
1905 US Open Golf Tournament: Anderson Wins His 4th
The first 4-time winner of the US Open golf tournament was crowned in 1905. Find out who won that year, and view the final scores.
1913 US Open Golf Tournament: David vs. Goliath(s)
An unlikely winner, one who surprised a British golf titan, at the 1913 US Open tournament is credited with spurring the growth of golf in America.
1930 US Open Golf Tournament: Three-Fourths to Grand Slam
A fortuitous bounce off a lily pad - or so the legend goes - played a role in determining the winner of the 1930 US Open golf tournament.
1959 US Open: Where the Winner Laid Up on Par-3 Holes
The winner of the 1959 US Open golf tournament showed the importance of course management: He laid up to a par-3 hole all four rounds.
1960 US Open Golf Tournament: Palmer's Stunning Comeback
One of the most-famous come-from-behind wins in golf history happened at the 1960 US Open tournament. Here are the details and final scores.
1961 US Open Golf Tournament: Littler Goes Big
Gene Littler won his only major championship at the1961 US Open golf tournament. Here's how he did it, plus other important doings that year.
1964 US Open Golf Tournament: Beating the Heat and Odds
The winner of the 1964 US Open golf tournament claimed that victory against the odds - and against his doctor's advice. Here's what happened.
1966 US Open Golf Tournament: Famous Charge, Collapse
The 1966 US Open golf tournament was the site of a famous charge and an infamous collapse. The protagonists were Billy Casper and Arnold Palmer.
3 Keys to Successful Sand Play in Golf
These are the three keys to executing successful golf shots from greenside bunkers: correct setup, proper technique and a consistent point of entry.
Slightly Open Clubface
A More Vertical Swing
Setup Position in Greenside Bunkers
1967 US Open Golf Tournament: Nicklaus Over Palmer
Jack Nicklaus outdistanced runner-up Arnold Palmer at the 1967 US Open golf tournament. Here's how he did it, plus the final scores.
1968 US Open Golf Tournament: Trevino's Big Debut
A debut winner on the PGA Tour was the champion at the 1968 US Open golf tournament, beating runner-up Jack Nicklaus. Find out who, and how he did it.
1969 US Open Golf Tournament: A Major Surprise Winner
A major surprise happened at the 1969 US Open golf tournament with a winner who had never won before ... and didn't win after.
1970 US Open Golf Tournament: A 7-Stroke Victory
High winds and complaints about the golf course caused problems at the 1970 US Open tournament - but not for the golfer who won it by 7 shots.
1971 US Open: Trevino, Nicklaus and a Rubber Snake
Lee Trevino, Jack Nicklaus and a rubber snake - those were the three participants in a playoff for the 1971 US Open golf tournament.
2012 British Open: Scott Collapses, Els Capitalizes
Ernie Els won the 2012 British Open, but he needed plenty of help from Adam Scott to do it. Find out what happened to Scott, and how Els got the win.
2010 British Open: How Oosthuizen Won At St. Andrews
The golfer they called Shrek was the winner at the 2010 British Open. Find out how Louis Oosthuizen became the champ, plus view the final scores.
2001 British Open: David Duval Breaks Through
One of those best-golfers-without-a-major got off that list here at the 2001 British Open. Find out how David Duval won and view the final scores.
2003 British Open: Surprise Winner Slays the Giants
A little-known golfer survived challenges by Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh, among others, to walk off with the 2003 British Open championship.
2005 British Open: Tiger Wins, Jack Ends With Birdie
The 2005 British Open golf tournament was the site of Tiger Woods' second win in this event and Jack Nicklaus' final playing appearance at this major.
2007 British Open: How Harrington Got Garcia in Playoff
It took a playoff to determine the winner at the 2007 British Open golf tournament. Find out who won and take a look at the final scores.
2008 British Open: Harrington Wins 2nd In a Row
Padraig Harrington made it two wins in a row at the British Open in 2008. Here are the final scores and a closer look at the Irishman's victory.
1991 British Open: Ian Baker-Finch's Major
An Australian golfer who would later be know for a stunning career collapse was the 1991 British Open golf champion. Here's a recap and final scores.
1967 British Open: De Vicenzo's Major
The first South American major championship winner made his mark at the 1967 British Open, one year before an infamous goof at The Masters.
1995 British Open: John Daly Does It Again
Long John Daly survived what appeared to be a body blow on the 18th hole, then own a playoff to claim the trophy at the 1995 British Open.
1996 British Open: Hard-Luck Golfer Finally Gets Major
Who won the 1996 British Open? It was a hard-luck loser at other majors who finally won his first - and only - here. Find out how he did it.
1998 British Open (Summary and Final Scores)
Mark O'Meara beat his buddy Tiger Woods by a stroke, and won a playoff to claim the Claret Jug at the 1998 British Open golf tournament.
1999 British Open: An Infamous Meltdown on Final Hole
One of the worst collapses in golf history happened at the 1999 British Open at Carnoustie, and it allowed a Scotsman to win the championship.
1960 British Open: Palmer Makes It Cool Again
Arnold Palmer helped make the Open Championship truly major again in 1960 ... but he didn't win it. Find out who did, and view the final scores.
1876 British Open: Literally a Walkover
The champion of the 1876 British Open won it after the golfer he tied with refused to participate in a playoff. Here's the weird story.
1877 British Open: First of Three for Jamie Anderson
The winner of the 1877 British Open won it the next two years, too - three years in a row. Here's how he got started, plus the tourney's final scores.
1896 British Open: Vardon and Taylor Meet In Playoff
Two of the three members of the Great Triumvirate met in a playoff at the 1896 British Open. Read the story of the tournament and view all the scores.
1899 British Open: Vardon Closes Out 19th Century
The 1899 British Open was the site of Harry Vardon's third victory in the Open. Find out how he pulled off the win, plus see the final scores.
1914 British Open (Recap and Final Scores)
The greatest golfer in the early history of the game won his final major championship at the 1914 British Open. Here's what happened.
1964 British Open: Bubbly Week for Champagne Tony
There was Champagne for everyone after the 1964 British Open, as Tony Lema was the winner. Don't understand? Check this out and you will.
1873 British Open: A Tournament of Firsts (and 1 Last)
The Open Championship was played in St. Andrews for the very first at the 1873 British Open. Find out what happened at this historic Open.
1974 US Open Golf Tournament: Massacre at Winged Foot
The high scores and disaster holes helped the 1974 US Open golf tournament earn the nickname The Massacre at Winged Foot. Here's what happened.
1975 US Open Golf Tournament: Settled In a Playoff
Bigger names fell short in the final round, leaving Lou Graham and John Mahaffey to play off for the championship at the 1975 US Open golf tournament.
1977 US Open Golf Tournament: Green and the Death Threat
The third-round leader of the 1977 US Open golf tournament played under a death threat in the final round - and won the championship anyway.
1978 US Open Golf Tournament: North, To Victory!
Gary Player had a chance to win a second major of the year at the 1978 US Open - but fell apart in the final round. Who won instead? Go North.
1979 US Open Golf Tournament: 2nd Trophy for Irwin
The story of the 1979 US Open revolves around a golfer known for gutting out wins in tough conditions. Here's what happened, plus the final scores.
1980 US Open Golf Tournament: Jack Is Back
Jack Is Back was written on the scoreboard at the end of the 1980 US Open golf tournament. Bet you know which Jack we're talking about.
1982 US Open Golf Tournament: Watson Vs. Nicklaus
It was another classic Tom Watson-Jack Nicklaus duel in the 1982 US Open golf tournament, and like some others this one went Watson's way.
1983 US Open Golf Tournament: The Full Nelson
Here's how Larry Nelson caught and beat Seve Ballesteros and Tom Watson to win the 1983 US Open golf tournament at Oakmont Country Club.
1985 US Open Golf Tournament: The Double-Hit Chip
A double-hit chip shot played a key part in the 1985 US Open golf tournament, sending one player's chances south, another one's North.
1986 US Open Golf Tournament: Everybody Lags Raymond
A final round busy with lead changes excited fans at the 1986 US Open golf tournament, but in the end this golfer won his fourth major championship.
1987 US Open Golf Tournament: Chasing Down Watson
A solid but lesser-known golfer chased down legend Tom Watson to win the 1987 US Open golf tournament. Here's how he did it.
1989 US Open Golf Tournament: Strange Days
It was very, very strange at the 1989 US Open golf tournament. Curtis Strange, that is. Here's how he won it for the second consecutive year.
1991 US Open Golf Tournament: Payne in a Playoff
A playoff was required at the 1991 US Open golf tournament before a winner was crowned. Check out the scores and how the champ earned his trophy.
1990 US Open Golf Tournament: Irwin's Victory Lap
A new record was set at the 1990 US Open golf tournament for oldest winner - but that champ looked plenty spry when he took off on a victory lap.
1992 US Open Golf Tournament: Go Fly a Kite
One of golf's most consistent players of the 1980s and 1990s finally broke through at the 1992 US Open championship for a major championship victory.
Tiger Woods' 2000 PGA Championship Win
Tiger Woods' victory at the 2000 PGA Championship was his second in that major.
Tiger Woods' PGA Championship Wins
Here is a look at all the Tiger Woods PGA Championship wins, from the first to the most recent.
Tiger Woods' 2006 PGA Championship Win
Tiger Woods' win in the 2006 PGA Championship was his third in that major.
Tiger Woods' 2007 PGA Championship Win
Tiger Woods' win at the 2007 PGA Championship was his fourth in that major.
1954 Masters Tournament: Snead vs. Hogan in Playoff
The 1954 Masters Tournament ended with a playoff between two titans, Sam Snead and Ben Hogan. Who won? Let's find out (plus view the scores).
1936 Masters Tournament: First 2-Time Winner Is Crowned
At the 1936 Masters Tournament, the event crowned its first-ever 2-time winner. This was only the third time the golf tourney was played.
1959 Masters Tournament: Recap and Final Scores
The golfer Art Wall finished his final round in style, surging to victory at the 1959 Masters Tournament. Here's how he did it, plus the final scores.
1964 Masters Tournament: Arnold Palmer's Final Win
Arnold Palmer won the 1964 Masters Tournament, his fourth and final victory at Augusta National - and his last win in any major.
1968 Masters Tournament: One of Golf's Famous Mistakes
A major mistake happened at the 1968 Masters tournament, and it cost Roberto De Vicenzo dearly. Bob Goalby, on the other hand, was just fine.
1969 Masters Tournament: Archer on the Mark
A one-time major championship winner had his moment in the sun at the 1969 Masters. Find out who the winner was and the final scores.
1970 Masters Tournament: 2 Old Friends Meet in Playoff
Two old friends met in a playoff at the 1970 Masters Tournament. The winner was one of the game's all-time great putters. Here is the recap and scores.
1973 Masters Tournament: Aaron's Moment of Glory
A golfer know more for finishing second broke through for the biggest win of his career at the 1973 Masters. Find out how he did, and view the scores.
1974 Masters: Player's Second Green Jacket
It was a 2-stroke victory for Gary Player at the 1974 Masters Tournament. Here's how Player did it, plus all the final scores.
1975 Masters: Three Heavyweights Battle It Out
The 1975 Masters Tournament featured a battle between three heavyweights - Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller and Tom Weiskopf - for the championship.
The Bumpers, Foot-Wedgers and Hand-Wedgers
Golf Cheating 101: The Lowdown on Golf's Lowlifes
From the Eraser to the Balldropper, the Foot Wedger to the I Would Have Made That Anywayer, these are some of the most common forms of golf cheating.
The Doesn't-Know-the-Rules Guy
1976 Masters: Augusta National Loves Raymond
It was a record-setting performance for the champion of the 1976 Masters Tournament. Check out the final scores and find out who won and set those records.
1983 Masters: Ballesteros Wins His Second
An early surge in the final round of the 1983 Masters Tournament sent Spaniard Seve Ballesteros to his second victory at Augusta National.
1985 Masters: Code Red for Langer
At the 1985 Masters it was code red for the winner, who wore an all-red outfit in the final round. It clashes with the Green Jacket, but he didn't care.
1986 Masters: Jack Nicklaus' Amazing Final Charge
The 1986 Masters Tournament is remembered as one of the greatest in golf history, with Jack Nicklaus staging his final, perhaps best, charge.
7 Best Golfers Who Never Won the US Women's Open
Some of the best golfers in LPGA Tour history never won the biggest tournament in women's golf, the US Women's Open. Be surprised!
1990 Masters: A Playoff Settles It
The 1990 Masters came down to a playoff between one of that era's best golfers, and one of the previous era's best players. The younger guy won.
1993 Masters: Langer Latches Onto Second Win
Bernhard Langer was in go-mode during the 1993 Masters, shooting below par all four rounds. Check out the tournament recap and final scores.
Bobby Jones' Best Quotes: Famous Sayings By, About Him
Bobby Jones had plenty to say about the game of golf. Here are some of Jones' best quotes, plus a sampling of sayings by others about Jones.
1995 Masters Tournament: An Emotional Major
Shortly after burying his mentor, Ben Crenshaw fought his way to surprise win at the 1995 Masters. It was an emotional scene at the end.
1996 Masters Tournament: Norman's Infamous Collapse
Greg Norman's heartbreak turned into Nick Faldo's Green Jacket at the 1996 Masters, site of one of the worst collapses in golf history.
1997 Masters Tournament: Tiger Woods' First Major Win
The 1997 Masters was a historic one with the recordsetting performance of 21-year-old Tiger Woods. Here's how Woods won his first major.
1998 Masters Tournament: O'Meara Wins a Major
Longtime PGA Tour winner Mark O'Meara finally broke through for a major victory at the 1998 Masters. Find out how, plus view the final scores.
1999 Masters Tournament: Another Win for Olazabal
Jose Maria Olazabal won his second Masters championship in 1999; here's how he did it, plus the final scores from Augusta National.
Sexy Golfers: Glamour Shot Photo Galleries of the Pros
Check out these photo galleries of sexy golfer - pros from the LPGA and PGA tours. Photos are of the glamour shot variety: all dressed up (or down), posing for a photoshoot or out on the town.
Sexy Golfers: Glamour Shot Photo Galleries of the Pros
Check out these photo galleries of sexy golfer - pros from the LPGA and PGA tours. Photos are of the glamour shot variety: all dressed up (or down), posing for a photoshoot or out on the town.
Golfer Cheyenne Woods Photo Galleries
View photos of professional golfer Cheyenne Woods, organized into galleries. Browse through a gallery and read information about each image, or click straight to individual pictures.
On the Tee
Lady In Red (Suit)
With DJ Spoony and Some Old Dude
Cheyenne Woods Glamour Shots (Photo Gallery)
Cheyenne Woods has been called one of the most beautiful women in golf. These images help you put a famous face to that famous name.
An American Near Paris
Pretty In Prague
Over the Shoulder
1860 British Open: Pro Tournament Golf Begins
How did the first Open Championship come about in 1860, and which golfer was the first British Open winner? Read on, and check the final scores, too.
Golfer Julius Boros: Get to Know the Hall of Famer
Golfer Julius Boros started by winning a US Open and ended his career as one of golf's greatest 'old' players. Find out more about the Hall of Famer.
59-Year-Old Golfer Shoots 57 With 3 Holes-In-One
Incredible: A 59-year-old golfer reportedly shot a score of 57 that include not one, not two, but three holes-in-one. Is the story believable?
Records for Shooting Your Age in Golf
What is the record for the youngest golfer to shoot his age? The oldest? Find those answers plus other age-shooter records here.
Members of the World Golf Hall of Fame
Which golfers have been elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame? Here is the complete list of members, both alphabetically and by year of induction.
Induction Classes By Year for the World Golf Hall of Fame
Here is the list of members of the World Golf Hall of Fame, listed by year of induction. Page 2.
Golf Movies: Reviews, Quotes, Bests and Worsts
Do you love golf and movies? Then you probably love golf movies. Here are some picks and flicks, recommendations to tee up.
Tips for Fighting Slow Play at the Golf Course
Slow play is a problem at golf courses around the world. So here are some tips for speeding up your next round of golf.
15 More Tips for Fighting Slow Play at the Golf Course
Here are 15 more tips for fighting slow play on the golf course, Page 2 of an article about speeding up play in golf.
Golf Books: Reviews, Ratings and Lists
Find reviews and ratings of golf books, along with lists of the best titles, plus opportunities to shop for the best deals.
Augusta National's No-Women-Allowed Membership Policy
Should Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters, begin admitting women as members? The private club currently only allows men to join.
Mark the Ball (Meanings of the Term in Golf)
Find out the meaning of the terms Mark the Ball and Marking the Golf Ball as they are used by golfers. The phrases can mean different things depending on how they are used.
Tony Jacklin: Bio, Career Facts for British Golf Icon
Tony Jacklin was the best British golfer in a generation when he began winning in the 1960s, and in the 1980s became a European Ryder Cup hero.
Golfer Amy Alcott: From Flying Leap to the Hall of Fame
LPGA golfer Amy Alcott was a major force and major winner on the Tour from the late 1970s into the 1990s who started one of the tour's great traditions.
Who Was the First Three-Time Winner of The Masters?
Who was the first golfer to win three times at The Masters? His third victory happened in 1950. Here is the answer.
What Are Your Odds of Making a Hole-in-One in Golf?
A hole-in-one is pretty darn exciting, but what are the odds of it happening for you? Let's find out - including for some unusual types of aces.
What is Fescue on a Golf Course?
Fescue is a type of grass found on some golf courses. Here's where golfers are most likely to encounter it when playing or watching golf.
2015 US Open Golf Tournament (Winner, Scores and Recap)
Find out where and when the 2015 US Open golf tournament takes place, along with qualifying criteria.
10 Amazing Things Jordan Spieth Achieved at 2015 US Open
At age 21, Jordan Spieth won the 2015 US Open. And in addition to the victory itself, Spieth achieved some amazing things. Here are 10 of the best.
Spieth Wins Masters and U.S. Open in Same Year
Jordan Spieth won the first two majors, the Masters and the U.S. Open, in 2015 - a rare feat in golf history. Here's just how rare it is.
Spieth Doubles Up On Majors Before Age 22
Jordan Spieth was not yet 22 years old when he won his second major of 2015. Here are a few more rarified lists on which his name now appears.
Jordan Spieth: 3rd to Win US Junior Am, US Open
A few more nuggets about Jordan Spieth's 2015 US Open history, including that he is just the third golfer to win both the US Junior Am and US Open.
Golf Tee Height: How High Should the Ball Be Teed?
How high should a golfer tee up his golf ball? The depends on the club being used. Here are recommended tee heights based on club selection.
Why Is the Size of the Golf Hole 4.25 Inches?
The size of golf holes on putting greens is 4-and-a-quarter inches at every golf course in the world. But why? Here's how 4.25 became the standard size.
What Does MDF in Golf Scores Mean?
The acronym MDF sometimes appears in golf tournament scores - but what does it mean? Here's an explanation of MDF's meaning and why it is used.
11 of the Scariest-Sounding Places in Golf
Golf is full of courses and hazards whose names are downright frightening. Here are 11 of the scariest-sounding places in the game.
Playoffs at the US Open Golf Tournament
Find out how many times the U.S. Open golf tournament has ended with a playoff, and the results of each one of those playoffs.
Playoffs in the U.S. Open Golf Tournament - Page 2
Here is Page 2 of the list of U.S. Open golf tournament playoffs.
What Is the US Open Playoff Format?
If the US Open golf tournament finished schedule play in a tie, what happens next? Here is an explanation of the playoff format.
How Many Golfers Entered the First US Open Tournament?
How many golfers were in the field at the first U.S. Open golf tournament? Find out the number, plus who they were.
When and Where was the First US Open Golf Tournament Played?
Find out what year the first US Open golf championship was played, and where they played it.
Prize Money at First US Open Golf Tournament (FAQ)
What was the prize money available at the first US Open golf tournament?
First Winner of US Open Golf Tournament
Who one the very first US Open golf tournament? This FAQ has the answer.
Has Any Golfer Won US Open After Playing in Qualifiers?
Every year there are two stages to US Open qualifying, the local and sectional stages. Has any golfer ever gone through those stages and then won the tournament?
Championship Records from the US Open Golf Tournament
View these championship records from the US Open Golf Tournament. Page 3.
Tiger Woods' Worst Scores as a Pro
What are Tiger Woods' worst scores on the PGA Tour? View the list of Woods' highest 18-hole rounds plus his worst tournament finishes in relation to par.
About.com Golf: TaylorMade R580 Driver Review
The TaylorMade R580 driver was huge for its time, and a huge hit with golfers when it arrived in late 2002. Here's a look at this golf club.
2009 British Open Tournament (Recap and Final Scores)
Tom Watson, age 59, nearly pulled off the greatest win in golf history at the 2009 British Open ... but didn't. Find out who thwarted Watson, and how.
1989 PGA Championship (Winner, Final Scores and Recap)
The winner of the 1989 PGA Championship was a golfer previously best-known for his old-timey style of golf attire. Check out the recap and final scores.
1996 PGA Championship (Winner, Final Scores and Recap)
Valhalla Golf Club made its national debut at the 1996 PGA Championship. And who tamed Valhalla to win? Check out the recap and final scores.
2014 PGA Championship (Winner, Final Scores and Recap)
Who won the 2014 PGA Championship? Rory McIlroy. Find out how he did it, plus view the list of final scores from the tournament.
1994 U.S. Open Golf Tournament (Recap and Scores)
Who won the 1994 US Open? It was the first win in America for a young golfer who became a superstar. Here's a recap of events and the final scores.
2013 British Open Tournament (Recap and Final Scores)
Phil Mickelson wasn't supposed to be a great links golfer, but that didn't stop him from winning the 2013 British Open. Here's how he did it.
2002 British Open Tournament (Recap and Final Scores)
A 4-man playoff was needed to settle the 2002 British Open. At the end of it, the winner was a major champion for a third time.
2014 British Open Tournament (Recap and Final Scores)
Rory McIlroy won another major championship at the 2014 British Open. Find out how he did it, plus view the list of final scores.
2006 British Open Tournament (Recap and Final Scores)
The winner of the 2006 British Open didn't even have to use driver: He hit irons off every tee. Find out the winner and the final scores.
Highest Golf Scores on One Hole on Professional Tours
What are the highest scores on a single golf hole in the history of professional golf? Here are some of the worst scores on an individual hole.
Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball Putter Review (And Its Legacy)
The original Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball Putter debuted in the early 2000s and set the golf equipment market on fire. Its legacy is still strong today.
At US Open, Phil Mickelson is Best at Being Second-Best
No golfer has ever finished second in the US Open more often than Phil Mickelson. So close, yet so far. Here's a look at Mickelson's runners-up.
Phil Mickelson's Most Famous 2nd: The 2006 US Open
Phil Mickelson's most infamous runner-up finish in a US Open happened in 2006, and how prompted him to call himself an idiot.
Mickelson's 2nd-Places in US Open: 2002 is No. 2
The second time Phil Mickelson finished 2nd a the US Open happened in 2002. That's a lot of twos. Too many, if you're Phil.
A Third 2nd for Phil Mickelson at 2004 US Open
Third time the charm? Not if it's the third time you're finishing second in a US Open. As it was for Phil Mickelson in 2004.
Mickelson Breaks Record for US Open 2nds in 2009
At the 2009 US Open Phil Mickelson was second-best once again, and he set a new tournament record for most runner-up finishes.
One More Times in 2nd Place for Mickelson: 2013 US Open
The joy of six? Not if it's finishing second in a US Open that you've done six times. Phil Mickelson hit that number at the 2013 tournament.
2004 US Open (Winner, Recap and Scores)
Brutal course conditions inflated numbers at the 2004 US Open golf championship. Find out who won and view the list of final scores.
1999 U.S. Open Golf Tournament (Recap and Scores)
Who won the 1999 US Open? There's a statue of him now at Pinehurst Resort. Here's a recap of the exciting tournament and the final scores.
Are 'Handicap' and 'Handicap Index' the Same Thing in Golf?
In golf, is a handicap and a handicap index the same thing? Or do the terms meaning something different? Let's find out.
Can You Use a Club Other than Putter When on the Green?
Is the putter the only golf club you can use on a putting green? This Golf Rules FAQ looks at what the rules say about using other clubs on the green.
Golf Handicap FAQ: How Many Scores to Establish Handicap?
If you want to establish a golf handicap, you don't have to play a lot of rounds of golf to do it. Find out how many scores it takes.
Going 'Xtreme' with Anna Rawson
This sexy photo of Anna Rawson was sent out Parsons Xtreme Golf when that company announced her hire as spokesperson.
Photo: Anna Rawson a Model Hire
Anna Rawson is more than just a model golfer or model hire for PXG, she's also degreed by an Ivy League university. Page 2.
Anna Rawson at 2006 American Film Institute Golf Classic
A photo of Anna Rawson attending the American Film Institute Golf Classic in 2006. Page 5.
Anna Rawson Pictured in LPGA Photo Shoot
A photo of golfer Anna Rawson snapped during an LPGA photo shoot. Page 9.
Anna Rawson ala Cart
This glamour photo of Anna Rawson shows the former professional golfer in sunglasses behind the wheel of a golf cart. Page 11.
Anna Rawson at 2007 ESPY Awards
Anna Rawson poses on the red carpet during her arrival for the 2007 ESPY Awards. Page 7.
Photo: Anna Rawson at Movie Premiere
This photo of Anna Rawson shows the former professional golfer as she arrives for a world movie premiere in Los Angeles. Page 10.
Photo: Golfer Anna Rawson at Fashion Week
Anna Rawson stops for photographers prior to a fashion show that was part of Fashion Week Fall 2008 in New York City. Page 3.
Photo: Anna Rawson's Billowing Skirt
A posed photo of golfer Anna Rawson taken for the LPGA Tour, showing her in a billowing skirt. Page 8.
Anna Rawson Candid Photo
A posed photo of Anna Rawson prior to an LPGA tournament, with a candid view of the golfer. Page 6.
LPGA Photo Shoot: Anna Rawson
Golfer Anna Rawson poses for a photo, this one taken during a shoot for the LPGA Tour. Page 4.
How Are US Open Pairings Determined?
How are the US Open pairings determined each year? Read this FAQ for an explanation of how USGA officials decide on the golf tournament groupings.
1996 US Open (Scores and Tournament Recap)
Steve Jones seemed to come out of nowhere to win the 1996 US Open golf tournament. Find out how he did it, plus the final scores.
1995 US Open (Scores and Tournament Recap)
One of those best-golfers-without-a-major finally got that major at the 1995 US Open golf tournament, played at Shinnecock Hills.
1997 US Open (Scores and Tournament Recap)
Find out who won the 1997 US Open golf tournament, and check out the list of final scores. And how did Tiger Woods fare in his first US Open as a pro?
1998 US Open (Scores and Tournament Recap)
Lee Janzen did it to Payne Stewart again, passing Stewart - as he did in 1993 - to win the 1998 US Open. Here is a recap and the final scores.
About.com Golf Club Review: Cobra Baffler Rail Hybrid
The Cobra Baffler Rail Hybrid golf clubs made their debut in 2010; here's a look at the key features and how the clubs perform.
About.com Golf Club Review: Callaway FT OptiForce Driver
How does the Callaway FT OptiForce driver perform? We put it to the test to find out. Bottom line: It's a 5-star driver.
About.com Golf Club Review: Ping G20 Hybrid
Does the Ping G20 Hybrid live up to the company's promises? This review gives the utility clubs 4.5 out of 5 stars, so the answer is mostly yes.
About.com Golf Club Review: Cleveland 588 RTX CB Wedge
The Cleveland 588 RTX CB Wedge introduced the RTX designation to the company's short-game clubs. Find out if the first ROTEX spin system is up to par.
Face Balanced Putter: What It Is and Who Needs One
What is a face-balanced putter in golf? Here's an explanation, plus which types of golfers benefit from this kind of putter.
Golf Handicap FAQ: Incomplete and 9-Hole Rounds
From the Golf Handicap FAQ, the About Golf Guide responds to the question,
What is the Spining of Golf Shafts and Should You Care?
Spining is a service offered by some clubfitters regarding the consistency of golf shafts within a set. Find out if you need to get it done to your clubs.
Smash Factor: Improve Yours to Hit the Ball Farther
What is smash factor in golf? Read this definition for an explanation of the concept, and how to determine yours.
Golfer Lanny Wadkins Biography and Career Details
Golfer Lanny Wadkins was a cocky competitor who backed it up with a major championship victory and consistent winning from the 1970s into the 1990s.
6 Famous Golfers Whose First Pro Win Was the US Open
These famous golfers, including some of the game's biggest names, scored their first pro wins in the US Open.
Lee Trevino's First Pro Win Happened in the US Open
Lee Trevino got his first win in a significant pro golf tournament at the US Open in 1968.
Jack Nicklaus' First Pro Win Was in the US Open
Jack Nicklaus is one of the famous golfers whose very first pro tournament victory happened at the US Open.
Jack Fleck's First Tour Win Was a US Open
Journeyman golfer Jack Fleck broke through for his first significant pro victory at the US Open.
Julius Boros Made the US Open His First Tour Win
Julius Boros is one of the famous golfers whose first significant pro victory happened at the US Open.
Bobby Jones' 1st Win in a Pro Tournament Was a US Open
The first time Bobby Jones won a professional golf tournament - or any major, pro or amateur - was at the 1923 US Open.
Breakthrough: Their First PGA Tour Win Was a U.S. Open
These golfers had never won before on the US PGA Tour ... and then they won the US Open.
Toe Hang: What It Is, What It Tells You About a Putter
Toe Hang is a quality of certain types of putters. Here's an explanation of the term, and what kinds of golfers need to be aware of it.
5 Best Golfers Ever in the US Open Tournament
Many golfers have done great things at the US Open tournament, but which ones were the greatest? We count down the Top 5 players in tourney history.
4th Best Golfer Ever in the US Open: Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods shows up on our ranking of the Top 5 Golfers in US Open history. Here's a look at his credentials.
3rd Best Golfer Ever in the US Open: Ben Hogan
Ben Hogan is ranked third on the list of 5 Greatest Golfers at the US Open. Here's a look at why.
2nd Best Golfer Ever in the US Open: Jack Nicklaus
Where does Jack Nicklaus rank among the best golfers ever at the US Open? Pretty darn high!
Bobby Jones Is the Best Golfer Ever in the US Open
Our ranking of the Top 5 Goflers Ever in the US Open concludes with the pick at No. 1, the great amateur Bobby Jones.
About.com Golf: Do You Really Need a Yardage Book?
What is the Yardage Book in golf? And do you need to care? Or are these leftovers from the 20th century becoming obsolete?
Tiger Woods First Major Championship Win
What was Tiger Woods' first victory in one of golf's major championships? Where and when did it happen? Here is the answer from the Tiger FAQ.
Golf Tournament Planning: 10 Tips For Successful Event
Here is a brief list of tips to make your golf tournament planning efforts for charity events and corporate outings a success.
About.com Golf: What Is a Snowman?
What does the term Snowman mean when it is used by golfers? It's not a word you want directed at you.
Bobby Locke, Golf Great - but Not a US Open Winner
Bobby Locke isn't well-remembered today, but this great golfer is among the best ever who failed to win the US Open.
Best Golfers Who Failed to Win a US Open: Vijay Singh
How good was Vijay Singh? Good enough to land on the list of best golfers without a US Open title to his name.
Nick Faldo Badly Wanted to Win a US Open ... But Didn't
Nick Faldo is one of the 10 best golfers of all-time who never won a US Open championship.
Best Golfers Without a US Open Win: Greg Norman
Greg Norman is one of the great golfers who never won a US Open championship.
10 Best Golfers Who Never Won a US Open
The golfers on this list are some of the greatest who ever played. But none of them ever managed to win the US Open.
Best Golfer Who Never Won the US Open? Sam Snead
Who is the best golfer of all-time who failed to win the US Open? The Slammer - 82 PGA Tour wins for Sam Snead, but no US Opens.
Phil Mickelson the Hard-Luck Champion at US Open
Phil Mickelson is the hard-luck champion at the US Open with six runner-up finishes. He's also runner-up on the list of best golfers without a win in that tournament.
Seve Ballesteros Never Won the US Open
Here's why Seve Ballesteros' inclusion on a list of best golfers who failed to win the US Open is not a surprise.
Peter Thomson Among Best Golfers Without US Open Title
Peter Thomson won the British Open often. But he never won the US Open, so he makes this list of best golfers who failed to do so.
Kiva Dunes: Golf on the Gulf Shores
View photos and read info about Kiva Dunes Golf Club in the Gulf Shores region of Alabama.
Short Par-4 at Kiva Dunes
A short par-4 hole is pictured in this image from the Kiva Dunes Golf Club slideshow.
6th Hole at Kiva Dunes Golf Club
View a photo of the 6th hole at Kiva Dunes and find out one reason Jerry Pate was hired as the golf course architect.
13th Hole at Kiva Dunes Golf Club
How close is Kiva Dunes to the waters of the Gulf of Mexico? This photo from on high shows it.
Aerial View of Kiva Dunes Golf Club
Here's an aerial view of Kiva Dunes Golf Club in Alabama, on the Gulf of Mexico.
Up in the Air at Kiva Dunes
This photo shows Kiva Dunes Golf Club's proximity to the Gulf of Mexico from an aerial view.
Kiva Lodge at Kiva Dunes Golf Club
Kiva Village and Kiva Lodge are two elements of the Kiva Dunes Golf Club in Alabama.
Witch Hollow Golf Course at Pumpkin Ridge in Oregon
Take a photo tour of the Witch Hollow Course - site of major championships - at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in Oregon, and learn about the golf course.
Hole 6 at Witch Hollow Course
Take a look at the sixth hole on the Witch Hollow Course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
Hole 10 at Witch Hollow Course
Get a look at Hole No. 10 on the Witch Hollow Course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in Oregon, and what Tiger Woods did here.
Hole 12 at Witch Hollow Course
A view of the 12th hole on the Witch Hollow golf course, part of Oregon's Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
Hole 14 at Witch Hollow Course
Take a look at the 14th hole on the Witch Hollow Course, one of the two golf courses at Oregon's Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
Hole 15 at Witch Hollow Course
A view of the 15th hole on the Witch Hollow Course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
Hole 17 at Witch Hollow Course
Here's a photo of and information about the 17th hole at Witch Hollow, one of the golf courses at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
Photo: Michelle Wie Works with David Leadbetter in 2005
David Leadbetter works with pupil Michelle Wie in this photo from 2005.
Michelle Wie Out of the Bunker at 2005 US Women's Open
Check out this photo of Michelle Wie practicing bunker shots at age 15.
Photo of Michelle Wie, Age 15, Practicing for Major
Michelle Wie is 15 years old and practicing before the start of a major championship in this photo.
Moving Into It: Wie, 15, at US Women's Open
Michelle Wie, age 15, is watched by her caddie plus David Leadbetter in this photo taken at Cherry Hills Country Club.
Michelle Wie's Bad Start to Final Round at 2005 USWO
Michelle Wie tried to emulate Arnold Palmer when she started the final round of the 2005 US Women's Open in the lead. It didn't work.
On the Bogey Train: Michelle Wie, Age 15, at 2005 USWO
Michelle Wie, age 15, was riding the bogey train in the final round of the 2005 US Women's Open.
Final-Round Collapse: Wie at 2005 US Women's Open
Michelle Wie loves large dangly earrings, but hates her final-round score at the 2005 US Women's Open.
Photo: Michelle Wie, Age 15, Studying the Line
Michelle Wie studies the line of a putt during a practice round at age 15 in this photo.
Photos: Michelle Wie, Age 15, at 2005 US Women's Open
Check out these photos of 15-year-old Michelle Wie at the US Women's Open in 2005, and find out how she fared that year.
Slideshow: 15-Year-Old Michelle Wie at 2005 Sony Open
In 2005, Michelle Wie, then 15, played the PGA Tour's Sony Open, second time there. Check out photos and find out how she did.
Michelle Wie, Age 15, Works on Swing with Leadbetter
In this photo, Michelle Wie works with instructor David Leadbetter on the Sony Open driving range in 2005.
Michelle Wie's Early Attempts on Men's Tour
Michelle Wie and David Leadbetter work on the range at the Sony Open, one of several traditionally men-only events Wie tried.
Photo: Michelle Wie in 2005 Sony Open Pro-Am
View a photo of Michelle Wie playing the Sony Open pro-am at age 15.
Wie Knows: Making Putts Makes You Smile
In this photo, 15-year-old Michelle Wie demonstrates an eternal truth in golf: Making putts makes you smile.
Photo: Wie Watching, Waiting, at Age 15
This photo shows 15-year-old Michelle Wie during a pro-am round prior to the 2005 Sony Open.
Photo: 15-Year-Old Michelle Wie at Waialae
This image shows Michelle Wie and caddie playing from a fairway at Waialae Country Club.
Photo: Wie Draws a Crowd at 2005 Sony Open
In this photo, spectators watch as Michelle Wie tees off during a practice round at the 2005 Sony Open.
Tiger Woods' 8 Wins in Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill
Here's a look, with photos and final scores, at each of Tiger Woods' record-tying eight wins at Bay Hill Club in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
How to Hit Sidehill Bunker Shots - Ball Below Feet
How do you play a sidehill bunker shot when the ball is below your feet? Find out the adjustments that are necessary to pull off the shot.
House of Carrington Ice Feel Golf Shirts
The House of Carrington Ice Feel golf polo shirts are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
adidas Tour360 4.0 Golf Shoes
The adidas Tour360 4.0 golf shoes are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
Titleist AP2 Irons - Golf Clubs
The Titleist AP2 Irons lead off this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
Wilson Staff FG Tour Irons and F Line for 2010
The Wilson Staff F line and FG Tour irons are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
Wilson Staff Ci9 Irons and C Line for 2010
The Wilson Staff C line and Ci9 irons are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
Wilson Staff D-FY Combo Set and D Line for 2010
The Wilson Staff D line and Di9 irons are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
Wilson Staff 888 Series Putters
The Wilson Staff 888 Series putters are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
Bridgestone e-Series Distance Performance Golf Balls
The Bridgestone e-Series Distance Performance golf balls are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
FootJoy FJ Sport Golf Shoes
The FootJoy FJ Sport golf shoes are featured in this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
Titleist AP1 Irons - Golf Clubs
The Titleist AP1 Irons lead off this roundup of new golf equipment hitting the market in Fall 2009.
More Michelle Wie Photos from 2005 PGA Tour Sony Open
In 2005, Michelle Wie - then aged 15 - made her second start in the PGA Tour's Sony Open tournament. View photos from that week.
Big Wiesy Tees It at 2005 Sony Open
Spectators watch 15-year-old Michelle Wie tee off during a practice round prior to the 2005 Sony Open.
Michelle Wie Swing Finish at 15
Here's a photo of Michelle Wie's swing finish position when she was 15 and playing in a PGA Tour event.
Photo: Michelle Wie and Stewart Cink in the Pro-Am
This photo shows the traditional pro-am photo pose, but with Michelle Wie and Stewart Cink in 2005.
Photo: Michelle Wie Autographs at the Sony
The 15-year-old Michelle Wie was already a veteran at signing autographs; this photo is from the Sony Open.
Photo: Wie Walking with Ernie
Michelle Wie, Ernie Els and David Leadbetter head off the tee in this image from the 2005 Sony Open.
Photo: 15-Year-Old Wie Wedging It from Bunker
Michelle Wie, age 15, practices bunker shots at Waialae Country Club in this photo from the 2005 Sony Open.
Photo: Michelle Wie and David Leadbetter in a Bunker
Instructor David Leadbetter keeps a close eye on Michelle Wie's bunker practice in this photo from 2005.
Watch golf video from About.com, including instructional clips and how-to videos about the game, and find recommendations on golf videos and DVDs to purchase.
Watch golf video from About.com, including instructional clips and how-to videos about the game, and find recommendations on golf videos and DVDs to purchase.
Watch golf video from About.com, including instructional clips and how-to videos about the game, and find recommendations on golf videos and DVDs to purchase.
Hole 12 at Ghost Creek Course
View a photo and read details about Hole No. 12 on Pumpkin Ridge's Ghost Creek golf course.
Ghost Creek Golf Course at Pumpkin Ridge in Oregon
View photos of and learn more about the Ghost Creek course, part of the Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in Oregon.
Hole 3 at Ghost Creek Course
Take a look at the third hole on the Ghost Creek golf course at Pumpkin Ridge in Oregon.
Hole 8 at Ghost Creek Course
Here's a look at Hole No. 8 on the Ghost Creek Course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in Oregon.
Hole 9 at Ghost Creek Course
Take a look at the 9th hole on the Ghost Creek course, part of Oregon's Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.