Here are excerpts from six new sports books.
The former No. 1 golfer in the world has not had an easy time of it, returning from a back injury and attempting to play golf the way he did when he won 14 majors. Now, he will step away to work on his game.
Tiger Woods shot 82 and missed the cut at the Phoenix Open. Instead of going to the Super Bowl on Sunday, he flew home to Florida on Friday.
Michael Jordan called Obama 'a hack,' among other things, during an interview with Ahmad Rashad. So which president dominated on the links?
Campaigning in Iowa for Republican senate candidate Joni Ernst, Mitt Romney took aim at President Obama with a humorous jab.
The first black to play in what was then known as the US Nationals, Althea Gibson also played on the ladies professional golf tour.
Rory McIlroy captured his second straight major title Sunday at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, holding off final round charges by Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson, and Henrik Stenson.
England's Lee Westwood and Kevin Chappell of the US are atop the PGA leaderboard after Thursday's first round action, with Rory McIlroy lurking.
It's the final major tournament on this year's pro golf tour. The PGA Championship in Louisville could also help some golfers reach the FedEx Playoffs and potentially a spot in the Ryder Cup.
At only 25, McIlroy joins the elite ranks of Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods as one of the only players to have won three majors by the age of 25.