1. Will John Deere Classic Give Jordan Spieth the Spark Needed to Win 1st Major?

    It seems like only yesterday that a 19-year-old rookie named Jordan Spieth holed out a bunker shot that allowed him to win his first PGA tournament at the John Deere Classic. OK, so it was last year...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 2 days ago 957 reads 0 comments

  2. Is Tiger Woods Attracting Unnecessary Controversy with MusclePharm Sponsorship?

    More than a few major titles separate Tiger Woods from Jack Nicklaus. With his latest endorsement of sports nutrition company MusclePharm , Tiger has solidified his standing as golf’s preeminent fitness guru...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 8 days ago 3,371 reads 7 comments

  3. US Open 2014 Scores: Biggest Surprises from Day 3

    Surprise, surprise, the U.S. Open is very tough. So, in the least surprising occurrence of Day 3 at the 2014 U.S...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 26 days ago 3,700 reads 0 comments

  4. US Open 2014 Scores: Biggest Surprises from Day 2

    Martin Kaymer piled on his competition by shooting his second 65 in two days at the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2, breaking the existing record with a two-day total of 130...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 27 days ago 3,146 reads 0 comments

  5. US Open 2014 Scores: Biggest Takeaways from Day 1

    Until Martin Kaymer took control at the 2014 U.S. Open, it seemed as if the leaders would be clumped together like the brush surrounding the revamped Pinehurst course...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 28 days ago 1,514 reads 0 comments

  6. Ranking the 10 Greatest Performances in US Open History

    Ranking U.S. Open performances is a bit like ranking Michael Jordan dunks or Mariano Rivera saves. They are all great—it’s the U.S. Open, for goodness' sake...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 5,891 reads 12 comments

  7. 2014 U.S. Open: Top 10 Storylines at Pinehurst

    The main storyline for the U.S. Open usually revolves around the course and how rough and tough it is. How tight will the fairways be? How high will the rough be? How slick can ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 5,906 reads 6 comments

  8. Will the Official World Golf Ranking's No. 1 Spot Be a Revolving Door in 2014?

    With just about half the season gone, Adam Scott sits atop the world rankings , but it is a tremulous position with a number of players seeking to topple him...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 1,326 reads 2 comments

  9. Breaking Down Bubba Watson's Struggles After Implosion at 2014 Memorial

    To paraphrase that memorable biblical line , “He who lives by the driver, dies by the driver.” It aptly captures Bubba Watson ’s unwatchable final round at the ...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 7,175 reads 4 comments

  10. What Does Adam Scott Need to Do to Continue Winning Ways?

    Newly anointed No. 1 player in the world Adam Scott played like it at the Crowne Plaza International when he made a gutsy approach to eliminate Jason Dufner in a sudden-death playoff...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 490 reads 0 comments

  11. Is Victory at 2014 BMW PGA Championship a Sign of a More Mature Rory McIlroy?

    Going from heart-wrenching to heart-stopping, Rory McIlroy turned his personal soap opera on end by enthralling the golfing world with an amazing comeback win at the BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 3,196 reads 8 comments

  12. What a Lost 2014 Would Mean for Tiger Woods' Career

    As a generation’s finest golfer, Tiger Woods has always done the unthinkable, the unbelievable and the unmatchable, but now his career is in jeopardy and his quest for the most major titles may be unreachable...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 1,681 reads 4 comments

  13. What We'll Learn About Jordan Spieth at the 2014 Byron Nelson Championship

    Jordan Spieth , who made national news at the 2010 Byron Nelson as a teenage wunderkind, now has a chance to use his hometown venue as a launching pad to even greater success...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 1 month ago 1,109 reads 3 comments

  14. Meet Seung-Yul Noh, Latest Member of the PGA Tour's Unstoppable Youth Movement

    By winning the Zurich Classic , 22-year-old Seung-Yul Noh taught us it is not so much what’s in a name, but what’s in your game, if you are going to succeed on the pro tour...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 2 months ago 1,099 reads 2 comments

  15. Will Patrick Reed Regain His Mojo at the Zurich Classic?

    Patrick Reed, the cherubic young winner of three titles since August, has already learned how quickly the tide can turn on the PGA Tour...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 1,013 reads 0 comments

  16. Matt Kuchar's Talent on Full Display in Epic Final Round, Win at RBC Heritage

    Matt Kuchar had the RBC Heritage all wrapped up. And then he didn ’t. And then he did...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 3,109 reads 3 comments

  17. What Are Bubba Watson's Chances to Win a 2nd Major Championship in 2014?

    If golf was poker, Bubba Watson would be its wild card. Now that he has won two Masters tournaments in three years, there is little question that Bubba is among the elite players in the world...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 1,926 reads 1 comments

  18. Masters 2014 Results: Biggest Winners and Losers from Day 2

    On a perfectly sunny day at Augusta, Bubba Watson (-7) singed the course, taking an early lead that left his competitors in the dust at the 2014 Masters...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 3,574 reads 1 comments

  19. The 10 Most Thrilling Finishes in Masters History

    The Masters possesses a magic brought on by the rare combination of great history and even greater final moments...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 3,119 reads 2 comments

  20. The 2014 Masters: Top Young Golfers to Watch

    When Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw wryly observed that, “Youth is wasted on the young,” he had not yet seen this year’s crop of young golfers who will descend upon the 2014 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 3,724 reads 0 comments

  21. Tiger Woods out of 2014 Masters: Who Will Fill the Star-Power Vacuum at Augusta?

    It had to happen, but we just didn’t think it would be so soon. Tiger Woods is out of the Masters due to back surgery , and we really don’t know when he will return or in what shape he will be once he does...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 1,961 reads 2 comments

  22. Biggest Winners and Losers at the 2014 Valero Texas Open

    There are big winners, and then there are huge winners like 339th-ranked Steven Bowditch who took home the 2014 Valero Texas Open trophy for his first professional win. OK, so he backed into the win with a four-over 76 on the last day...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 3 months ago 6,785 reads 3 comments

  23. Why Phil Mickelson Needs a Strong Showing at 2014 Valero Texas Open

    Phil Mickelson must try to get back to his winning ways at the Valero Texas Open or he will be looking at a steep uphill lie when he comes to Augusta for the Masters in April...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 4 months ago 1,833 reads 2 comments

  24. What Will We Learn About Tiger Woods' 2014 Masters Chances at Bay Hill?

    Beleaguered by a bad back and mired in a slump, Tiger Woods enters the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill with a serious agenda to illustrate his ability, both physically and mentally, to win a major this year...

    Richard Leivenberg Written by Richard Leivenberg about 4 months ago 878 reads 0 comments

  25. Biggest Winners and Losers of 2014 Valspar Championship

    It took John Senden eight years, but he finally scored his second pro victory at the 2014 Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Course in Palm Harbor, Fla...

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