Something tells us he will be a lifelong Rickie Fowler fan.
This dart from DJ is your Shot of the Day.
He sits just one back of Russell Henley.
Add power to your game with this move from Dustin Johnson's trainer: http://glfdig.st/pz5yaqq
OK, maybe you will...
It's been quite a prosperous 2017 for the 18-year-old. Joaquin Niemann wins Mark H. McCormack Medal as golf's top amateur. The 18-year-old is headed to USF.
Day 1 of the #FedExCup Playoffs is in the books.
Here's what you need to know heading to Friday at THE NORTHERN TRUST on #TheTakeaway.
DJ starts his FedEx Cup Playoff run STRONG with a first-round 65 at the Northern Trust Open. He’s -5, one behind leader Russell Henley. ???? http://glfdig.st/KXwrN8Q
Tiger will be at Liberty National as an assistant captain.
Kickin' it Beastie Boys style, these NYC area best young teachers have great advice to come through in the clutch. When you absolutely, positively can't afford to botch your next play, these best young teachers from the New York area have great advice to
Patrick Reed is in the hunt for the FedEx Cup, but did he beat this 10-year-old?? ???? http://glfdig.st/y05Fw25
The race to Boston is on.
Who made the biggest moves to advance after Round 1? Who laid the groundwork for an extended FedExCup Playoffs stay Thursday at Glen Oaks?
Numbers don't lie. This month, we are providing predictions for the 2017 FedExCup Playoffs, the four-tournament run that begins this week at THE NORTHERN TRUST.
Rory McIlroy, a Wounded Champion, Begins FedEx Cup Defense
"You didn't come 3,000 miles to lay up at Cypress Point." The passion for links golf, the friendships made along the way, the endless struggle to love a game that doesn't always love you back—Sandy left that all behind for the rest of us to keep.
Consider this your lesson plan for lower scores. Isn't it time to stop the blow-up holes, the wasted rounds, the frustration—and start playing the golf you know you can? This 5-lesson program is designed to help you find out where inconsistency is holding
Tiger Woods will begin his latest "comeback" at the Presidents Cup, says Steve Stricker
What you can learn from the Mid-Am champion's powerful move. Grand Am: Stewart Hagestad can beat the pros but won't join them
Dustin Johnson one back of Russell Henley at Glen Oaks Club