Thomas Bjorn has always relished breaking down barriers.
His performance in the U.S. Open did nothing to warm the speculation, but the big question surrounding the US Ryder Cup team this summer is whether Tiger Woods should become the first-ever playing vice captain.
Brian Wacker reports on the compelling rise of Justin Thomas, the son and grandson of pro golfers who is now a major champ, headline act and the toast of Kentucky.
It was 62 years ago that Arnold Palmer claimed his first major title at the 1958 Masters, a win that marked the beginning of a new era for professional golf.
He lightened up (under his cap) for the event, but Fowler has always been serious about the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
Hideki Matsuyama does not court publicity.
Daniel Berger is a Presidents Cup rookie in 2017 but this is a young golfer in need of no shelter, as Brian Wacker reports
The Internationals are desperate to start building towards equality in the Presidents Cup win-loss column, and Nick Price is the man they want to pull it all together in 2017
Steve Stricker, mild-mannered Midwesterner, is captain of the United States team that will take on the Internationals in the 12th Presidents Cup. Dave Shedloski spoke to him
At one point in the recent past there was so little hope of Sergio Garcia claiming a major title that he gave up on himself. Then in his 74th major appearance the Spaniard finally broke through
Palmer donned four Green Jackets between 1958 and 1964 and he could have pulled on a few more if fate had really played into his hands
Davis Love III will remember 2016. He led the US to Ryder Cup victory, he was invited into the World Golf Hall of Fame but he also lost a dear friend