There are crazy scorecards and then there’s whatever the heck Evan Grenus turned in on Friday. The young pro from Glastonbury, Conn., made a triple bogey, a double bogey, and four bogeys during pre-qualifying for Korn Ferry Tour Q School—and still advanced! How did Grenus cancel out all those blemishes on his card to shoot
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11:49 PM ET Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. — Australian Hannah Green shot a 9-under 63 Friday to take a five-stroke lead at 17 under after the second round of the Portland Classic. Green’s round included an eagle on the par-5 No. 5 hole. The winner of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in June, Green was
There were plenty of vocal critics of Bryson DeChambeau’s slow play after a video of the Mad Scientist taking more than two minutes to hit a 10-foot putt at Liberty National went viral. But perhaps no critic was as harsh as Eddie Pepperell, who went as far as calling DeChambeau a “single minded twit” in
11:58 PM ET Associated Press CALGARY, Alberta — Michael Bradley birdied his final two holes and tied the course record with a 9-under 61 in Friday’s opening round of the Shaw Charity Classic. The 53-year-old Bradley had his finest round on the over-50 circuit with 10 birdies and a bogey at the par-70 Canyon Meadows
There’s a popular debate among PGA Tour fans that stems from a hypothetical question: If everyone played their “A-game” at a tournament, who would win? It’s a fun conversation that elicits various responses, but, of course, it’s impossible to know the answer. These days on the World Long Drive Association, however, there’s no wondering about
Anirban Lahiri withdrew from the Korn Ferry Tour Championship on Thursday afternoon, citing concern for his family’s safety in the face of Hurricane Dorian. Lahiri, who resides in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., wrote on Twitter that he is returning home to help with evacuation procedures as the storm prepares to reach land this weekend. https://twitter.com/anirbangolf/status/1167475566452314114