October 11, 2010 | BRANDEL CHAMBLEE
Spanish flair (Seve Ballesteros and José María Olazábal) and continental determination brought the Ryder Cup to a fever pitch on Friday afternoon of the 1987 event at Muirfield Villange, when the Euros swept all four...
July 12, 2010 | BRANDEL CHAMBLEE
Watching Tiger Woods over the last few weeks reminded me that he's the most underpaid athlete in history given his impact on golf and the PGA Tour. He no longer has the clout he once had, but his second shot to the...
September 07, 1998 | Edited by Kevin Cook
North of NorthwestThe Greater Vancouver Open gives the Tour a new direction
July 23, 2012 | BRANDEL CHAMBLEE
One of the most deeply held beliefs in golf is that Tom Watson is the greatest links player the U.S. has ever produced. His case is based on his five British Open wins, which are more than any other American and a...
May 17, 2010 | BRANDEL CHAMBLEE
When he was working with Butch Harmon, Tiger Woods had a lethal combination of length and accuracy, and a nuanced control of his irons that allowed him to knock down pins. He won eight majors in six years, and in my...