Golf

Ko's poise, grace stand out as much as No. 1 ranking

The most impressive thing about Lydia Ko is the poise with which she wins ... and loses.

McIlroy brushes aside 'nasty' lawsuit to win in Dubai

Rory McIlroy won in Dubai and keeps thriving on the course despite distractions off it.

Haney: Woods' chipping yips not going away

Paul Azinger said on Saturday that Tiger Woods' short-game woes could be corrected "in minutes." Hank Haney, one of Woods' former swing coaches, doesn't agree.
After a couple extra days off work to ponder the Super Bowl XLIX matchup, Tiger Woods has made his official pick.
From Tiger Woods going beast mode to Lydia Ko taking over the world, enjoy this edition of Quotes of the Week.
The most impressive thing about Lydia Ko is the poise with which she wins ... and loses.
Rory McIlroy won in Dubai and keeps thriving on the course despite distractions off it.
Dubai Desert Classic scoring page
Paul Azinger said on Saturday that Tiger Woods' short-game woes could be corrected "in minutes." Hank Haney, one of Woods' former swing coaches, doesn't agree.
Paul Azinger says Tiger Woods' chipping and pitching problems can be solved "in minutes."
Na Yeon Choi’s eyes glistened when speaking with reporters after she won the Coates Golf Championship.
Lydia Ko’s reign as Rolex world No. 1 begins with Monday’s release of the new Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings. Her ascendance stuns none of her peers.
Martin Laird watched the ball disappear into the cup on the par-3 16th hole and put some elbow grease into his fist pump.
Jessica Korda’s brilliant finish nearly won her yet another LPGA season opener. Ha Na Jang’s solid debut makes her the player to beat in the LPGA Rookie of the Year race.
Some can't remember the last time they shot in the 80s the way Tiger Woods did Friday. Some can't forget - though they try.
Lydia Ko became the youngest No. 1 in golf history on Saturday, thanks in large part to a maturity beyond her years.
Can Scotsman Martin Laird close out his 54-hole lead? You Oughta Know how he's performed in similar situations.
Martin Laird never gave up his lead Saturday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t sweat a bit.
While Phil Mickelson left town earlier than expected, fans at the Waste Management Phoenix Open still have a Sun Devil to root for on the leaderboard.
After collecting passport stamps for the better part of two years, Brooks Koepka needed a break.
The leaderboard has tightened up at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, but Martin Laird is still on top.
Lydia Ko coughed up the Coates lead to Na Yeon Choi, but she still became the youngest No. 1 in golf history with a T-2 finish.
Tiger and Phil miss the cut at Waste Management and some highlights of Bailey Mosier's trip through the NFL Experience