In 1994, playing his final U.S. Open, Arnold Palmer had a late tee time for the first round at Oakmont. More than five hours later, with the sun fading fast, Palmer and fellow competitors John Mahaffey
Three Australian golfers have secured International team spots for December’s Presidents Cup contest in Melbourne but former world No.1 Jason Day is not among them. The top-eight automatic qualifiers the
Jason Day, Tiger Woods, Gary Woodland among those unable to play their way onto Presidents Cup teams
Jason Day’s season came to an unceremonious end on Sunday, with the Australian failing to qualify for the Tour Championship for the first time in seven years after a T-52 at the BMW Championship on Sunday.
(Reuters) - The International team for December's Presidents Cup will have at least four first-time players, after Mexico's Abraham Ancer, China's Li Haotong, Taiwan's C.T. Pan and Australian Cameron all
Jason Day's partnership with caddie Steve Williams is over after six tournaments. Day told the Australian Associated Press that Williams will no longer be on his bag, citing a "disconnect" between the