PGA Tour

Dustin Johnson Tests Positive for Coronavirus

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — Dustin Johnson became the most prominent player to test positive for the coronavirus since golf resumed in June, forcing him to withdraw Tuesday from the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek.

Dustin Johnson

Texas to Allow Some Fans at Outdoor Sporting Events

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas will soon allow outdoor pro sports events to have spectators, but the numbers will be strictly limited, under a new order Thursday from Republican Gov. Greg Abbott.


Tiger Woods’ Big Win Leads to 206% Ratings Increase for NBC

It’s not a secret that a big day for Tiger Woods, normally leads to a big day for the broadcast networks. However, given that it’s been five years since Woods’ last PGA win, it would be fair for one to assume that a victory would lead to even greater ratings.

Tiger Woods

The ‘Tiger-Effect’ Skyrocketed TV Ratings at the Hero World Challenge

What could the PGA Tour’s 23-year-old two-time major winner and proverbial “future of golf” possibly be talking about last week at the Hero World Challenge when he said “it is really exciting for us and for golf … He can truly help get the numbers back up in golf,” about a 4o-year-old # 898th ranked player in the World teeing it up after a fifteen-month layoff?

Tiger Woods of the United States tips his cap on the 18th hole during the final round of the Hero World Challenge

Donald Trump Responds to PGA Move to Mexico: ‘Hope They Have Kidnapping Insurance’

“They move the World Golf Championships from Miami to Mexico City,” Donald Trump commented. “They moved the PGA Tour, moved the World Golf Championships from Miami, where they’re furious to Mexico City. If I become your president, this stuff is all going to stop,” Trump added. He went on to criticize the U.S. economy for being taken advantage of by Mexico.

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump shows a photograph a supporter wants him to sign, during the final round of the Cadillac Championship golf tournament, Sunday, March 6, 2016, in Doral, Fla.

Caddies Sue PGA for $50 Million in Lost Advertising Revenue

With the PGA tour raking in big bucks from advertising, part of which comes from tour caddies wearing corporate logos on their bibs, 80 professional caddies joined in a $50 million lawsuit charging that they deserve some of the spoils for their role as unpaid roaming billboards.