Golf Digest

A rare window into Lydia Ko's life away from the golf course

We all know Lydia Ko, the golfer. With 23 career wins at age 25, Ko's time on the course has been documented better than her time away from it. On this week’s episode of Henni & Hally: Women with Game, hosts Hally Leadbetter and Henni Koyack get to know the woman behind the stacked resume.
Golf Channel

Power rankings: Sam Burns among top 10 to watch at Sanderson Farms

After a week at Quail Hollow for the Presidents Cup, the PGA Tour heads down to Jackson, Mississippi, for the Sanderson Farms Championship. Let's be honest: the field includes defending champion Sam Burns but otherwise is not strong. So, it's likely we'll see a fresh face – maybe even a rookie – hoist what, in my opinion, is the best trophy in golf (see above; no, it's not real ... I think).
Fox News

Swedish Golf Federation cuts ties with Henrik Stenson over LIV Golf, Ian Poulter takes aim

The Swedish Golf Federation (SGF) has officially cut ties with 2016 British Open champion and six-time PGA Tour winner Henrik Stenson over his ties to LIV Golf. Gunnar Hakansson, secretary general for the Swedish federation, recently made the announcement in a statement, adding that Stenson’s involvement wasn't "appropriate as a role model in our junior and paragolf activities," according to Golf Digest.

PGA Tour 2K23 Release Date

After taking a break in 2022 2K is making a return to the golfing world. PGA Tour 2K23 release is set for October 14. If gamers decide to purchase with the Deluxe or Tiger Woods editions the links open on October 11. Confirmed Courses. PGA Tour 2K23 will be launching...

Fantasy Golf: Sanderson Farms Championship DFS Player Selections

After a one week absence, the PGA Tour returns to the golf schedule with the Sanderson Farms Championship. A quality field of talent (including defending champion Sam Burns) will travel to Jackson, Mississippi, for a chance to hoist the winner’s trophy on Sunday. Let’s take a look at this week’s PGA Tour event from a fantasy golf perspective.

Spieth Goes 5-0 As Americans Rule Presidents Cup Again

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Americans won the Presidents Cup again, no asterisk needed. Sure, the International team lost at least four players — maybe more — who defected to Saudi-funded LIV Golf and were deemed ineligible by the PGA Tour. It had eight rookies asked to...