Printed inside the July 18, 2014, issue of Golfweek Magazine:
"Maybe I can put a little pressure on him," Rickie Fowler said Saturday after he had done exactly that to Rory McIlroy yet faded to a six-shot deficit at the British Open.
Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia all took turns making a run at the top of the British Open, but each had trouble sustaining any momentum against Rory McIlroy on Saturday.
Tiger Woods used to own weekends at major championships. Now they seem to own him. A trend continued Saturday in the British Open: He hasnít shot in the 60s on a major weekend since 2011.
Rory McIlroy carries a four-shot lead into Saturday's third round at the British Open -- can he stay ahead of Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia? Follow the highlights right here!
Byron Meth and Doug Ghim will fight Saturday to be the last to claim a win in the U.S. Amateur Public Links -- and with it, likely, an invitation to the Masters.
Forget about what we saw and said Thursday. Heís not ready. An inconsistent Tiger Woods clearly needs more competitive repetitions, particularly with a driver, before heís ready to contend in a golf tournament.
Jim Furyk fired a 1-under 71 on Friday at Royal Liverpool, showing the growth that the 44-year-old has made playing links golf over the course of his career.
Friday at the British Open, Rory McIlroy widened his British Open lead at Royal Liverpool from one shot to four, while Dustin Johnson gave chase -- as Tiger Woods and Adam Scott struggled. Recap the highlights here!
Aided by the support of his father, Doug Ghim managed to knock off the defending Public Links champion, Jordan Niebrugge, in an exciting 23-hole match on Thursday in Newton, Kan.
Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Bubba Watson took part in the angrier side of a long British Open Thursday at Hoylake, teeing off in mid-afternoon and experiencing more than their share of heartache.
Tiger Woods, defending champion Phil Mickelson and World No. 1 Adam Scott must chase first-round leader Rory McIlroy at the 2014 British Open championship at Royal Liverpool. Recap the highlights here!
Some even-par rounds are more eventful than others. Henrik Stenson reinforced that Thursday during the British Open when he putted a ball off of a green and, five holes later, broke a wedge over his knee.
Rust? What rust? Tiger Woods didnít look corroded in the least, after bogeys on the first two holes anyway. Rather he looked comfortable and dangerous in shooting 3-under 69 in the Open Championship first round Thursday.
John Daly had one word for the Royal Liverpool rough ĖďBrutal." He has put a TaylorMade 1-iron in his bag to help steer clear of the rough at Hoylake.
Henrik Stenson, the dryly humorous Swede, would be a great player to have as a next-door neighbor, writes Jeff Rude -- especially after his wit shined Wednesday at Hoylake.
Ben Crane has moved from the ninth alternate to the top one and spent Tuesday night beginning his travels from Portland, Ore. to Hoylake, a trip that won't get him to the course until 1 a.m. on Thursday.
With only 12 competitive rounds on the PGA Tour in 2014, Tiger Woods claiming that only finishing first is acceptable might be a bit of a stretch. But his competitors are seeing signs that his game is awfully close.
Inside the July 4, 2014 issue of Golfweek magazine:
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.
Our Jeff Rude sits down with Doug Sanders at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Longtime pro and broadcaster Peter Jacobsen sits down with our Jeff Rude to chat about everything golf.
Jeff Rude sits down with former Ryder Cup hero Tony Jacklin.
Our Jeff Rude sits down with Cameron McCormick
Our Jeff Rude sits down with Hank Haney at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Our Jeff Rude sits down with PGA Tour veteran Ryan Moore.
Our Jeff Rude sits down with LPGA hopeful Blair O'Neal to talk golf and modeling.
Our Jeff Rude sits down with golfing icon Deane Beman.
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 Jeff Rude sits down with former Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III at the PGA Show.
Earlier this year, Davis Love III sat down with our Jeff Rude to chat about the Ryder Cup and the year ahead.
In Part II of his sit-down with Jeff Rude, Nick Faldo talks about why it might have been a bad idea for Rory McIlroy to switch equipment companies this early in his career.
Our Jeff Rude visits with LPGA star Paula Creamer to talk about accessories, shopping and a bit of golf too.
Our Jeff Rude walks the floor of the PGA Show in Orlando with Brian Gay, who has already won once on the PGA Tour this season.
Brian Schielke and Jeff Brunski of Cleveland Golf introduce three products for 2013.
Golfweek Senior Writer Jeff Rude asks LPGA star Brittany Lincicome a very important question: Would you rather be playing golf, or be fishing? Her answer may surprise you!
Fresh off a win at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral's Blue Monster, Justin Rose chats with Golfweek senior writer Jeff Rude about the differences between playing 13 years ago at the British Open to now, as well as what Justin Rose is doing to change the world.
Golfweek's Jeff Rude catches up with one of the LPGA's fashionistas, and recent star of ESPN Magazine's Body Issue, Belen Mozo.
Professional golfer Joe Ogilvie, or "The Junior Commissioner" as he is called on the PGA Tour, talks with Golfweek Senior Writer Jeff Rude about what changes he would make to the PGA Tour and why he thinks Golf 2.0 is important.
Golfweek.com's Jeff Rude catches up with one of Major League Baseball's greats, New York Yankee Derek Jeter where they talk about the differences between playing on a golf course and Yankee Stadium, and why pitchers make better golfers than anybody else in baseball. For more information on the Derek Jeter Celebrity Golf Classic and the Turn 2 Foundation, visit: http://www.turn2foundation.org