Bubba Watson never hides how he truly feels, but he stuck his foot in his mouth a little this week, and the fans at the Phoenix Open are trolling him hard for his misstep.
This weekend's party in Northern California will get a run for its money at TPC Scottsdale's 16th hole. Check out this week's power rankings for the 2016 Phoenix Open right here.
Phil Mickelson came into the Farmers Insurance Open with tons of confidence and a rebuilt swing, but for all the good groundwork he laid, he simply couldn't get out of his own way in missing the cut.
Did you know that golf hasn't been part of the Olympics since 1904? Well, that's finally about to change this year, and Red Bull recently teamed up with LPGA Tour star Lexi Thompson for a trip way down memory lane to celebrate the occasion. This inside look at golf's days of yore is an eye-opening example of how the times -- and technology -- has truly affected the sports world. As you'll see, wooden clubs and layers of wool clothing were the norm back then, and Lexi put it best when she said, "I don't know how they played golf in those outfits."
Neither do I Lexi, but at least you make it look cool.
The challenge that is Torrey Pines is rivaled only by its beauty. The Farmers Insurance Open will take the PGA Tour's best to their limits, and these five players are set to rise to the occasion.
Jason Dufner is back on top after a couple of tough years on and off the course. Could his win at the CareerBuilder Challenge be a sign of bigger things to come in 2016?
Rickie Fowler defeated a star-studded field in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. With a proven ability to win around the world, a career-defining major could be coming sooner than you think.
How much do you really know about Jordan Spieth?
For more than 50 years, the PGA Tour's West Coast swing has been anchored by what was once called the Bob Hope Classic. Now known as the CareerBuilder Challenge, who will make a move in the desert?
Golf's days as a game for stuffed shirts are over. Now it's time for the PGA Tour dress code to follow its biggest stars, like Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, and allow its players to wear shorts.