T/golf

  1. How Bryson DeChambeau Saved Long Drive Golf Sports, September 26

    The sport is gaining fans among the public and professional golfers, many of whom have adopted its techniques for their own games.

  2. Herbert Kohler, Plumbing Mogul Who Created a Golf Mecca, Dies at 83 Obits, September 16

    The billionaire chief of a family company known for its bathtubs, toilets and faucets, he brought championship play to a tiny Wisconsin town.

  3. These Left-Handed Golfers Are Content to Go Their Own Way Sports, September 16

    Outnumbered on courses and ill-served by pro shops, a society of British players happily defends their turf, and their cause, from the other side of the tee box.

  4. Premier League Soccer Games Postponed After Queen’s Death Foreign, September 9

    The league was one of many sports organizations in Britain to alter its schedule after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Others will play on this weekend.

  5. Many sports events are canceled out of respect for the queen. World, September 9

    After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the British government left the decision over whether to postpone or cancel events up to individual sports organizations.

  6. Saudi-Tied Tournament Causes Push to Void Trump’s N.Y.C. Golf Contract Metro, September 8

    City Council leaders asked Mayor Eric Adams to end the Trump Organization’s contract to run a city-owned golf course in the Bronx and to cancel a tournament next month.

  7. LIV Golf Continues to Try New Ways to Be Noticed Sports, September 4

    Whether it’s the team concept or a decision to allow its golfers to play in shorts, the breakaway Saudi-backed series so far sees itself as the anti-PGA Tour.

  8. With the PGA Tour Season Over, LIV Golf Looks to Strengthen Its Foothold Sports, September 2

    Cameron Smith, the No. 2 player in the world, is among six veteran players who will make their debuts for the breakaway series at an event outside Boston this weekend.

  9. Your Thursday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, June 9

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  10. Who Gets to Tell the Story? Views Differ. Letters, May 1

    Readers respond to Pamela Paul’s first column, about “lived experience.” Also: Those who golf; women’s office clothing.