Caddies can earn a lot of money on the PGA Tour. The perfect example is Joe LaCava, Tiger Woods’ caddie who earns an unbelievable amount.
Superstar athletes often make millions of dollars a year. Despite this enormous income, some athletes are notorious for leaving bad tips.
Although Tigers Woods still has a lot to offer the game, it’s evident that he’s no longer the athlete he once was.
Phil Mickelson may be the best example of a generous giver on the PGA Tour, but he’s far from the only one making a difference.
But both Tigers Woods and Rafael Nadal know what it’s like to excel at their sports. The pair shares a jaw-dropping 81 victories combined.
Unlike a fine for an overdue library book, athletes must pay thousands of dollars. Here are some of the most bizarre fines in sports history.
Some athletes actually earn more money from their endorsements then they do from their professional sports careers. Who are these lucky folks?
A revelation Tiger Woods made about his workout routine helps us see just how physically dominant the golfer was before he started to slip.
When an athlete loses their talent, health, or mojo, it’s hard to gain it back. These golfers burned out hard. Will we ever see them again?
Multi-time Masters winner and defending champion Tiger Woods has a spot in the 2020 tournament, and we know many golfers who will join him.
The PGA Tour has a major pace of play issue, and the top golfers in the world are speaking out about it. A shot clock would help.
Since 2007, the PGA Tour’s season has ended with a playoff system called the FedEx Cup playoffs, with the winner of the Tour Championship being awarded the FedEx Cup. Tiger Woods is the only two-time FedEx Cup champion since the playoffs debut, taking home the top spot in both 2007 and 2009. The format of …