Georgia Ball, a female golf pro, discusses the viral reaction to her 'mansplaining' TikTok video.
Anthony Kim was spotted practicing ahead of the LIV Golf event in Saudi Arabia, marking his return to high-level competition since leaving the PGA Tour in 2012.
The Cognizant Classic in The Palm Beaches offers the opportunity for players to earn spots in this week's event at PGA National (Champion) via a Monday qualifier.
Tiger Woods has been ignoring Jon Rahm ever since Rahm made the move to LIV Golf, reportedly for a massive payday. While other golfers who joined LIV received criticism, Rahm has received public support from Rory McIlroy. However, Woods has not reached out to Rahm since the decision.
PGA Tour rookie Jake Knapp has established a heartwarming ritual that he does after every round. He texts his late grandfather, whom he was close to and who passed away last year. Knapp honors his grandfather with a tattoo of his initials and feels his presence on the course. He believes that his grandfather is watching over him and his performance. Knapp had an exceptional round at the Mexico Open, shooting an 8-under 63 and leading by four shots heading into the final round. He attributes his success to his strong ball-striking and ability to find fairways.
According to anonymous sources, Anthony Kim will make his return to professional golf next week at the LIV Golf event in Saudi Arabia. This will be Kim's first professional start since 2012.
Four players are tied for the lead at the Mexico Open at Vidanta, creating a logjam at the top of the leaderboard. Jake Knapp, Matt Wallace, Sami Valimaki, and Alvaro Ortiz are currently leading at 11 under through two rounds. The tournament has a wide range of odds for potential winners, with Knapp listed at +375. With the halfway point reached, it is expected that the winner will come from the top 10 players on the leaderboard. Leading the field in strokes gained: approach and strokes gained: off the tee, Knapp is a strong contender for the title. Mark Hubbard, currently three shots off the pace at 8-under, is also a player to watch with his strong putting and approach play. On the other hand, Tony Finau, despite being a star player, has shorter odds to win but is five shots back at 6-under. It is unlikely for him to make a comeback and successfully defend his title.
Cristobal Del Solar, the first player to shoot 57 in PGA TOUR-sanctioned competition, is contending at the Mexico Open at Vidanta.