Rory McIlroy resigned from the PGA Tour Policy Board because he felt battle-fatigued. It all lines up
It’s clear that McIlroy wants to concentrate on doing what he does best rather than be bogged down in meetings.
After shocking resignation, Jordan Spieth is elected to replace Rory McIlroy as a member of the PGA Tour Policy Board.
Spieth previously served as a player director from 2019-2021.
The most enduring and ruinous narrative peddled by the Tour was that every event mattered equally.
Lanto Griffin pulls no punches as Rory McIlroy leaves PGA Tour Policy Board, but who should replace him?
This veteran pro golfer has strong opinions about who should succeed McIlroy.
The remaining Player Directors must now elect a successor to serve out McIlroy’s term, which ends in 2024.
PGA Tour’s Jay Monahan provided players with an update in a memo sent out on Monday, the final board meeting for 2023. What it said
The commish gave an update on negotiations with PIF and the DP World Tour.
Exclusive: PGA Tour reduces list of potential investors down to five, which includes powerful ‘friends’ of golf
From more than a dozen initial suitors, this list of five groups remain in the mix to be the primary investment partner.
Staiano made four bets worth $116.20, three of which were on a made-for-TV exhibition match.
“It took a piece of my soul, but it was a super fun challenge.”
“We put in a bid. It’s one of the great sports. I love it. You know, I think we could add to it what we’ve added to all of our (…)