2016 has been a milestone season for Bernhard Langer.
Jason Day is a major champion, world No. 2, and possibly the best putter in the game; 15 years ago, though, his life was in complete turmoil.
Colin Montgomerie is Scottish, yet many of the defining moments of his career have occurred in the United States, from failed attempts to win the U.S. Open to decisive success in Ryder Cup singles matches.
The Majors interviewed 5-time Champion Tom Watson before what might be his final Open curtain call.
Sir Nick Faldo will play in the Open for the last time this year, 25 years after he won his second Open title at St Andrews.
Fellow PGA professionals voted Rickie Fowler over-rated, and then he won the Players Championship. Could the U.S. Open be next?
Martin Kaymer is preparing to defend his U.S. Open title, and looking for a change of fortune after suffering disappointment in the Masters.
Martin Kaymer won the 2010 PGA Championship before disappearing into the shadows. Robin Barwick reports that it was part of a bigger process
Tiger Woods has recorded a missed cut, a withdrawal and a no-show so far in 2015, and the Masters is looming fast. Robin Barwick reports
Despite having a rookie's energy, Paula Creamer has been on tour for over a decade. She tells Dave Shedloski what it takes to be a driving force in golf
Four months after winning the 1999 U.S. Open, the flamboyant Payne Stewart was killed in an aircraft accident. Bob Harig salutes Stewart's immortal legacy
Adam Scott reached No.1 in the world in May, 2014 and did his best to stick to instructions from Greg Norman to “run with it.” Scott spoke to Robin Barwick