An open letter to the friends and supporters of 7CsGOLF.com

For the past six years, I have published 7CsGOLF.com. I started it with the idea that I wanted to publish a site that presented something different. I did not want to follow the crowd. I wanted to tell stories about players who weren’t necessarily household names and stories that I thought were interesting. [Read more →]

Opinion: How to fix Tiger? Time for him to reinvent his game

Practically everyone has a theory about what has been ailing Tiger Woods’ game for the past couple of years. [Read more →]

Symetra Tour rookie A. Park off to fast start with two victories

ANNIE PARK / Symetra Tour photo

ANNIE PARK / Symetra Tour photo

Annie Park has played just six professional events, and it’s clear she still has a lot to learn.

For instance, she found out only last week that three wins on the Symetra Tour result in an automatic promotion to the LPGA Tour. That bit of information could be important to the 20-year-old rookie — considering she already has two Symetra Tour victories. [Read more →]

Five Plus One who can win the PGA Championship

Defending champion Rory McIlroy is back after taking some weeks off to recover from an injury. He missed out on defending his WGC Bridgestone Invitational title this past week, but he has declared himself healthy enough to go after a second straight PGA Championship and third in the past four years. [Read more →]

Whistling Straits record-holder Liang sets sights on more wins

AKRON, Ohio – When the PGA Championship begins Thursday at Whistling Straits, China’s Wen-chong Liang will be there. While he isn’t in the field, Liang’s name remains attached to the season’s final major championship. [Read more →]

India’s Lahiri learning valuable lessons in world’s biggest tournaments

AKRON, Ohio – In a way, Anirban Lahiri’s first three rounds at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational have mirrored his season – the first in which he’s played in all the world’s biggest events. [Read more →]

Opinion: Time to start appreciating Zach Johnson’s place in history

AKRON, Ohio – Over the first two days of the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, the pairing that drew the largest crowds was that of Zach Johnson and Jordan Spieth. [Read more →]

American Lipsky uses Asian Tour as springboard to success

AKRON, Ohio – While he was playing golf at Northwestern University, David Lipsky missed out on a chance to experience Firestone Country Club. He said there were a couple tournaments contested there during his college career, but he and his teammates were not able to play. [Read more →]

After earning elusive win last fall, England’s Wilson looks to get back to top-50 form

AKRON, Ohio – Of the 77 men competing in this week’s WGC Bridgestone Invitational, England’s Oliver Wilson might be the happiest. [Read more →]

Australian Masters champ Cullen hoping to make most of WGC debut at Firestone

AKRON, Ohio – After his practice round Wednesday at Firestone Country Club, Australia’s Nick Cullen worked his way along the lengthy fence leading back to the clubhouse, signing autographs and posing for “selfies” with dozens patrons as he went. [Read more →]