So, when the news of Ted Bishop’s faux pas surfaced and morphed into a controversy large enough to cost him his job, just where was Suzy Whaley and what did she think of his comment?
Ousted PGA of America president Ted Bishop spent Tuesday morning inside the studios of Golf Channel in Orlando trying to explain how two regretful messages expressed across two social-media platforms late last week have thrown his near four-decade career as a PGA professional into turmoil.
The PGA of America released a statement Monday clarifying former president Ted Bishop's status with the organization moving forward.
On Friday, PGA of America president Ted Bishop found himself looking for justice from a board of directors that has little experience in judging others and clearly overstepped the mark, writes Alex Miceli.
When Derek Sprague awoke Friday morning, he never could have envisioned how the day would play out. Twenty-four hours later, Sprague sat in his office at Malone (N.Y.) Golf Club as the interim president of the PGA.
Ted Bishop was removed as PGA of America president on Friday for having made "insensitive gender-based statements" posted a day earlier on social media.
In light of Ted Bishop's recent social-media posts about Ian Poulter, the real problem is not just a slip of the tongue and the temptations of hitting “post” on social media, writes Brad Klein.
Professional golfers, including Lee Westwood, Luke Donald and caddie Ted Scott, used Twitter to react to PGA of America president Ted Bishops "Lil Girl" comment regarding Ian Poulter.
PGA of America president Ted Bishop took to social media Thursday to call out Ian Poulter for comments Poulter made about Nick Faldo and Tom Watson in his book, "No Limits," which was released this week.
Chris Kirk is coming off the season of his life, having won not once, but twice in 2013-14, including the McGladrey Classic, which he’ll try to defend beginning Thursday not far from his former home in Sea Island.
Seizing the Ryder Cup captaincy remains a possibility for David Toms, despite the PGA of America's effort to change its selection strategy.
Graeme McDowell has joined Lee Westwood in condemning the U.S. Ryder Cup team for airing its dirty linen in public. The Northern Irishman also accused Tom Watson of seeming “disconnected and aloof” from his players.
Losing three consecutive Ryder Cups and eight of the past 10 has forced the PGA of America to re-evaluate everything about the Ryder Cup. One decision is easy, according to our Alex Miceli: Paul Azinger should be the captain in '16.
After losing a third consecutive Ryder Cup and having dropped eight of the past 10, the U.S. should consider college coaches as captains, Lance Ringler writes.
As a new PGA Tour season begins today, Zach Johnson offered up a fresh take on a tournament from across the pond that still is lingering on the minds of many – the 2014 Ryder Cup, where the U.S. went down yet again.
After a successful golf career at Duke and a stint on the PGA Tour, Bill Mallon's professional work as a doctor brings him back to his beloved Pinehurst.
There is no good reason – other than failed history – to continue a Ryder Cup format in which only eight of 12 players on each team are on the course at a time during the first two days of the competition, writes Jim Achenbach.
Who needs to set the DVR each afternoon to “Days of Our Lives” when we have a real-life reality show that is the U.S. Ryder Cup team? It's the focus of Jeff Babineau's Monday musings.
Here is the entirety of U.S. captain Tom Watson's statement Oct. 4 regarding fallout from the team's Ryder Cup loss to Europe.
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson issued a statement Oct. 4, dealing with recent reports of an emotional team-room scene at Gleneagles and taking responsibility for his team's issues.
Our Alex Miceli weighs in on the PGA of America's bold reported choice of Tom Watson as the 2014 Ryder Cup captain.
Golf legend Gary Player sits down with Jeff Rude to reflect on the British Open at St. Andrews, and to discuss Tom Watson's great performance last year.
Tom Watson at the British Open . . . Tiger Woods' dominance . . . Y.E. Yang's shocker at the PGA Championship. What was the best story of 2009?