JERSEY CITY, N.J. — For the first time in the history of the tournament, a sitting president presented the trophy to the winning team at the Presidents Cup. President Trump arrived at Liberty National via motorcade on Sunday afternoon and was able to watch the end of the competition from a luxury suite near the
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — The Americans have won the Presidents Cup for the seventh straight time, and this one wasn’t even close. Daniel Berger was 3 up with three holes to play against Si Woo Kim. That assured the Americans at least the half-point they needed for a victory. Kevin Chappell halved his match with
HEDDON-ON-THE-WALL, England — They came in their tens of thousands to see an Irishman anointed a British Master and so it came to pass. But it wasn’t Rory McIlroy’s 23rd worldwide professional victory the Geordie crowds witnessed; it was Paul Dunne’s first. Dunne completed the win with a chip-in birdie at the 72nd hole for
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Who will win the Presidents Cup on Sunday? No, we mean which match will be the clincher, since it’s nearly a foregone conclusion that the Americans will win the cup for the 10th time in this, the 12th Presidents Cup. Our experts on the grounds in the shadow of the Statue
ATLANTIC BEACH, Fla. — Five-time PGA Tour winner Jonathan Byrd shot a 7-under 64 in rainy, windy conditions Saturday to take the third-round lead in the Web.com Tour Championship. Needing a high finish to regain his PGA Tour card, Byrd had a 20-under 193 total at Atlantic Beach Country Club for a two-stroke lead over
Spain’s Belen Mozo will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the LPGA Tour’s New Zealand Women’s Open after a 1-under 71 Saturday helped her hold off challenges from Brooke Henderson of Canada and American Brittany Lincicome. Mozo, who led by five strokes after the second round, had a three-round total of 15-under
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Stick a fork in this one. Stop the fight. Tell the fat lady to warm up her vocal cords. Even before this week, the United States already owned a winning overall record at the Presidents Cup with a mark of 9-1-1 — the same number the International team should call to
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — The emergence of Justin Thomas in 2017 as more than Jordan Spieth’s buddy and a true force in the game bodes extremely well for American fortunes in team competition for years to come. It seemed only a matter of time before Thomas, who just a few days ago capped a remarkable
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — The opening ceremony at the Presidents Cup was unlike any other in golf with former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton on the first tee. The results were all too familiar. The Americans led at some point in all five of the foursomes matches Thursday at Liberty National.
HEDDON-ON-THE-WALL, England — Just yards from the boundary of Close House Golf Club, the venue for this week’s British Masters, is the birthplace of George Stephenson, inventor of the first passenger steam locomotive. Like Stephenson, Rory McIlroy knows all about hot air. The difference is that Stephenson used it and McIlroy has to suffer it.