T/golf

  1. Brooks Koepka Holds Off Tiger Woods to Win P.G.A. Championship Sports, August 12

    Koepka became the first player to win the United States Open and the P.G.A. Championship in the same year since Woods did it in 2000.

  2. Brooks Koepka Holds Off Tiger Woods to Win the P.G.A. Championship Sports, August 12

    Koepka became the first player to win the United States Open and the P.G.A. Championship in the same year since Woods did it in 2000.

  3. P.G.A. Championship: Brooks Koepka Sits Atop an Intriguing Leaderboard Sports, August 11

    Koepka held a two-stroke lead over Adam Scott heading into Sunday’s final round, while Rickie Fowler, Jon Rahm and Gary Woodland sat three back in a tie for third.

  4. Gary Woodland Sets a Scorching Pace at the Stormy P.G.A. Championship Sports, August 10

    On a day when weather delayed half of the field’s second round, Woodland finished with the lowest 36-hole total in tournament history, a 10-under-par 130.

  5. Catching Golf’s Motion in a Still Photo Sports, August 10

    The photographer Doug Mills went to the P.G.A. Championship with a silent, mirrorless camera to document the sport’s speed and energy.

  6. Thoughts of Jarrod Lyle Loom Over the P.G.A. Championship Sports, August 9

    Lyle, 36, died in his native Australia on Wednesday after enduring repeated treatments for leukemia over almost two decades.

  7. Playing With Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas Begins His P.G.A. Championship Defense Sports, August 9

    Gary Woodland led after the first round at Bellerive Country Club with a six-under-par 64, and Thomas was five strokes back after appearing in a marquee group with Woods and Rory McIlroy.

  8. Jarrod Lyle, Golfer Who Played On Despite Cancer, Dies at 36 Obits, August 9

    An Australian who competed in more than 120 P.G.A. tournaments, he was recognized for his persistence in returning to golf after bouts with leukemia.

  9. Meet Golf’s Odd Couple: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson Sports, August 8

    The distance between them has narrowed in middle age, and as they go into this week’s P.G.A. Championship, the pair may have more in common than anyone could have imagined.

  10. P.G.A. Championship’s Random Past Proves Even the Lowly Can Win Sports, August 8

    The underdog-friendly major, which is at Bellerive in Missouri this year, is known for giving golf some very surprising winners.

  11. Justin Thomas Tames Emotions to Win at Bridgestone Sports, August 5

    It was an emotional end for Thomas, who won a World Golf Championship title for the first time.

  12. Georgia Hall Thrills British Fans With Open Victory Sports, August 5

    Just 22, Hall stormed past Pornanong Phatlum in the final round, earning her first major title.

  13. Justin Thomas Pulls Away at the Bridgestone as Tiger Woods Fades Sports, August 4

    Thomas has a three-shot lead heading into the final round. Woods shot a three-over-par 73 and ended the day 11 shots behind Thomas.

  14. Pornanong Phatlum Moves Closer to Women’s British Open Title Sports, August 4

    A Thai player seeking her first major title was nearly flawless again on Saturday in the third round.

  15. Pornanong Phatlum, Ranked No. 97, Leads the Women’s British Open Sports, August 3

    Pornanong has shot two straight rounds of five-under-par 67 for a one-stroke lead heading into the weekend.

  16. Three Players Share the Bridgestone Lead, While Tiger Woods Lurks 5 Back Sports, August 3

    Tommy Fleetwood, Ian Poulter and Justin Thomas went into the weekend at 11 under par and tied for the lead.

  17. Ian Poulter Leads Bridgestone Invitational. Let’s Talk About Tiger Woods. Sports, August 2

    Woods shot a four-under 66, four strokes off the lead. But he naturally commanded most of the attention at Firestone Country Club.

  18. Bruce Lietzke, Laid-Back Winner on the PGA Tour, Dies at 67 Obits, July 29

    He won 13 tournaments but, by his account, rarely practiced and liked to take summer vacations — at the height of the tour — to be with his family.

  19. My Glorious Brown Lawn Op Ed, July 27

    I shut down the sprinkler system and tested a new aesthetic. To my delight, I discovered that it’s beautiful.

  20. Tiger Woods Was Back in Contention. But It Wasn’t the Same Tiger Woods. Sports, July 22

    Woods briefly led at the British Open, but there were signs that this player was much different from the version that last won a major 10 years ago.

  21. Francesco Molinari, in a First for Italy, Wins the British Open Sports, July 22

    Riding a wave of success this summer, Molinari emerged from a crowded group atop the leader board at Carnoustie to win the claret jug.

  22. British Open: Jordan Spieth Moves Into Position for a Repeat Sports, July 21

    Spieth has not won a tournament since last year’s British Open, but his bogey-free 65 on Saturday gave him a share of the lead heading to the final round at Carnoustie.

  23. In Contention at the British Open, Tiger Woods Says, ‘I’m Right There’ Sports, July 21

    With a five-under-par 66 in the third round, Woods was again challenging to win his 15th career major, something that has not happened for five golf seasons.

  24. If God Designed Golf Courses, They Would Play Like This Op Ed, July 20

    Links golf, and the Open Championship where it is annually celebrated, is the sport’s greatest setting — because golf is a game for chasers.

  25. British Open: Tommy Fleetwood Is Again Flirting With a First Major Title Sports, July 20

    Fleetwood shot 65 on Friday to pull into a tie for third at Carnoustie. For the third time this year, he has a realistic chance to win his first major.

  26. Where the Fairway and the Railway Lie Side by Side Sports, July 20

    Carnoustie is one of several British Open courses where golfers have to be aware of an extra distraction: a train rolling by at a critical moment.

  27. Brittany Lincicome Shoots a 78 in a PGA Tour Event, but Finds a Bright Side Sports, July 19

    Lincicome became the sixth woman ever to play in a PGA Tour event when she teed off at the Barbasol Championship.

  28. Carnoustie’s 18th Hole Is Ready to Make, or Break, Another Legacy Sports, July 19

    No. 18 was the site of meltdowns by the leaders at two previous British Opens, and it caused plenty of problems on Thursday, too.

  29. British Open: A Relaxed Kevin Kisner Putts His Way to an Early Lead Sports, July 19

    Kisner’s secret to calm nerves in the first round? A backyard soccer game with his housemates the night before.

  30. 36 Hours in St. Andrews Travel, July 19

    Golf fanatics aren’t the only ones who’ll linger in this venerable Scottish town, where you can combine visits to nearby castles and distilleries with in-town diversions that might include a William and Kate tour.

  31. Brittany Lincicome Will Play Golf Against the Men. Where’s the Fuss? Sports, July 19

    Lincicome’s invitation to this week’s Barbasol Championship has caused none of the hand-wringing that accompanied Annika Sorenstam’s entry in a 2003 PGA Tour event.

  32. Tiger Woods Thinks He Can Win the British Open. And He May Have a Point. Sports, July 17

    The conditions of Carnoustie, and a recent history of older players succeeding, could open the door for Woods’s first major championship win in 10 years.

  33. Marcia Chambers, 78, Who Exposed Discrimination in Golf, Dies Obits, July 17

    A longtime legal affairs reporter, Ms. Chambers turned her attention in the 1990s to exclusionary practices at private country clubs.

  34. The British Open Challenge: Don’t Do Too Much, or Too Little, to the Course Special Sections, July 17

    Tournament officials try to let the conditions be the conditions, and allow proven courses, and occasionally the weather, to provide the context that produces a champion.