• Patrick Cantlay won the 2021 US PGA Tour BMW Championship on 29 August 2021. Picture: @BMWchamps/Twitter

    Cantlay edges DeChambeau in epic playoff for BMW Championship crown

    Cantlay secured his fifth Tour title - and his third of the year - when DeChambeau was unable to get his own eight-foot birdie attempt to drop, an agonizing defeat for a player who had looks at potential tournament-winning putts at the 72nd hole and first three playoff holes.

  • Dustin Johnson of the United States reacts on the 18th green after winning the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on 15 November 2020 in Augusta, Georgia. Picture: AFP

    Masters field facing supreme test at firm and fast Augusta

    Five months after Dustin Johnson shattered the course record with a 20-under par 268 in rain-softened conditons, the Masters is back in its typical April setting and serving up lightning-fast greens with firm fairways to roll balls into danger.

  • Bryson DeChambeau of the United States celebrates with the championship trophy after winning the 120th US Open Championship on 20 September 2020 at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York. Picture: AFP

    DeChambeau wins US Open to capture first major victory

    The 27-year-old American, who bulked up during the coronavirus lockdown in a bid to add power to his game, eagled the par-5 ninth from just inside 40 feet and rolled to a six-stroke victory over 21-year-old countryman Matthew Wolff.

  • FILE: Brooks Koepka. Picture: @PGAChampionship/Twitter

    Major monster Koepka shares first-round lead at Masters

    Koepka, who missed last year’s Masters with a wrist injury, used a combination of jaw-dropping power and laser-like irons to card a six-under-par 66 and sit atop the leaderboard with DeChambeau, who came within inches of a closing eagle.