At the British Open, Rickie Fowler was thinking of Gleneagles and the fact he rose from seventh to third in Ryder Cup points -- pretty much securing a spot on the U.S. roster.
Winning a major comes with plenty of accolades. For Rory McIlroy after the 2014 British Open, it also vaults him to No. 2 in the OWGR behind only Adam Scott.
Notables from the game of golf – his competitors and otherwise – were quick to compliment 2014 Champion Golfer of the Year Rory McIlroy after he claimed his first Claret Jug for winning the British Open.
Rory McIlroy will share Sunday's final tee time at the 2014 British Open with Rickie Fowler -- see complete pairings here.
Rory McIlroy will play in the final group of Saturday's third round at the 2014 British Open at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake -- Tiger Woods also will have a late time, but off No. 10 tee.
Ernie Els, Padraig Harrington and Bubba Watson were among the top names who couldn't get past the cut at Royal Liverpool in the 2014 British Open.
Eight years ago, Tiger Woods won at Hoylake by using driver only once. A similar strategy could work this week despite the course being a bit more green due to recent rain.
Graeme McDowell struggled in the final round of the 2012 Open Championship to end his chances at a second major title. It's a memory that McDowell hopes to forget by adding his first Claret Jug this week at Royal Liverpool.
Adam Scott tops our senior writers' picks to win the 2014 British Open, with Jordan Spieth and Paul Casey also earning multiple mentions as contenders at Royal Liverpool. See who else is expected to contend.
The pairings and tee times for the second round were announced on Monday morning at Royal Liverpool, and here's a look at some of the groupings that stand out.
Inbee Park will try to win her fifth major championship and first Women's British Open title as she takes a one-shot lead into Sunday's final round at Royal Birkdale. Follow now!
Inbee Park shot 4-under 68 and took advantage of Sun Ju Ahn's two-shot penalty to grab the 54-hole lead Saturday at the Ricoh Women's British Open.
First-round leader Ayako Uehara came back to the pack Friday as Mo Martin took the lead at the Ricoh Women's British Open -- with Beatriz Recari, Inbee Park and Jessica Korda among several notables in contention. Recap the highlights here!
Defending champion Stacy Lewis carded a 1-under 71 Thursday during the first round of the Ricoh Women's British Open. Yet, it was Ayako Uehara who shot three shots better than Lewis and posted a 68 at Royal Birkdale.
University of Washington assistant coach Dan Potter has been named head coach at Boise State. Potter spent the past two seasons at Washington, where he played his college golf from 2000-2004.
Catriona Matthew, 44, is not only competing with the young guns at this week's Ricoh Women's British Open, but also managing to maintain a solid family life with husband Graeme and daughters Katie and Sophie.
Graeme McDowell's victory at the French Open moved him closer to a Ryder Cup spot as the Northern Irishman moved to 10th in European Points and 12th in World Points – he was previously 22nd and 16th, respectively.
Angel Cabrera's first PGA Tour victory, at the Greenbrier Classic, moved him inside of the top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking while Tiger Woods dropped two spots.
Two holes-in-one Sunday. Two 61s this week. And yet Angel Cabrera – he of two major victories – had none of the above en route to winning the PGA Tour's 2014 Greenbrier Classic.
Seven more players punched their Open Championship tickets Sunday with George McNeill, Chris Stroud, Cameron Tringale, Billy Hurley III, Robert Karlsson, Michael Hoey and Victor Riu all earning invites via the Open Qualifying Series.
Our Jeff Rude kicks of 2014 with his first Hate To Be Rude of the season, sitting down with Graeme McDowell at the PGA Show.
Our David Dusek breaks down Graeme McDowell's winning bag at the RBC Heritage.
Graeme McDowell talks about how the stars aligned in order for him to even get into the U.S. Open in this edition of Hate to be Rude.
Graeme McDowell won the 110th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss his keys to victory.
David Feherty and Twitter are just some of the topics Jeff Rude and Graeme McDowell talk about while walking up the 18th at Hazeltine.